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On “Long-Run-Transitions” in Urban Planning Supported by More Advanced Geothermal Energy Utilization in City of Nis, Serbia

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In order to give reasons for further advanced multi-faceted research of geothermal utilization, geothermal energy utilization and its integration in urban planning in the long run in the City of Nis were analysed. Regional aspect of this utilization is considered, which is novelty in the planning of the city. The arguments are supported by expert opinions on geothermal utilization acquired abroad and in Serbia that suggest geothermal use within proposals for an eco-city.

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Anonimowy motet Exsultate gaudete laeti omnes kompozycja̧ Gorczyckiego? / The anonymous motet Exsultate gaudete laeti omnes – a composition by Gorczycki?

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The anonymous motet a cappella Exsultate gaudete laeti omnes preserved in manuscript, catalogue no. Kk I 1, in the Archives of the Krakow Cathedral Chapter, recorded by the provost of the Rorantists’ Capella, Józef Tadeusz Benedykt Pȩkalski in the mid18th century, is an extremely intriguing composition as far as the question of its author is concerned. This work exhibits many ties and even overt similarities with the style of an eminent representative of the Polish Baroque, Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki (1665/67-1734). The analysis presented in this article reveals the features that clearly link the anonymous motet with the musical language of this composer (evident inter alia in the melodic pattern, texture, and harmonics) without omitting other elements at the same time, those that would not support Gorczycki’s authorship. Thus, although in light of the whole of the observed phenomena Gorczycki’s authorship appears probable, there is no conclusive argument to attribute it to him. Despite the absence of a final conclusion that would clearly settle the matter, the author of the study decided to publish the motet together with its analysis, hoping that another scholar might find some overlooked detail, or encounter helpful concordance, etc, which will allow us to definitively confirm, or, on the contrary, to rule out Gorczycki’s authorship.

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Chromatics in Polish Music of the Baroque Period. Between Musical Rhetoric and Composer's Invention

Chromatyka w muzyce polskiej epoki baroku. Między muzyczną retoryką a inwencją kompozytorską

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The spatial pattern of voter choice homogeneity in the Nigerian presidential elections of the fourth republic

Takyi et al. (2010) inform us that perhaps in a country of Muslims and Christians, the vote choice of people professing different faiths may differ significantly. Ichino and Nathan (2013) note that the theory of instrumental voting has been used to characterise ethnic voting patterns in various studies in Africa. The argument, however, relates more broadly to the sociological model or what others call structural theories of voting, which emphasise that voters tend to support candidates and parties that are of their sociocultural background ( Heywood, 2007 ). In

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Determinants of voter turnout in Nsukka Council of Enugu State, South Eastern Nigeria

access to networks, via which people can be drafted for political actions. Among these resources, civic skills are the most vital for swaying political participation. This argument was developed in the Civic Voluntarism Model (CVM) as expounded by Verba et al. (1995) and Putnam (2000) . In the CVM, the gaining of public skills occurs in non-political institutions, such as religious institutions, workplaces and voluntary organisations ( Verba et al. 1995 ). The study draws on these arguments on political participation and includes variables measuring individuals

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Selected aspects of water and sewage management in Poland in the context of sustainable urban development

.8% of Poland’s total population, and as much as 54.5% of the total urban population. The work assumes the hypothesis that positive changes occurred in water and sewage management in the examined cities. The main argument for such a hypothesis was the requirement in Poland to adapt the water and sewage infrastructure to EU requirements. 2 Methods and materials This work uses data from the Local Data Bank of the Central Statistics Office (Bank Danych Lokalnych Głównego Urzędu Statystycznego [BDL GUS]). They were used in the attempt to develop a summative index

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US Global Cities as Centres of Attraction of Foreign TNCs

Detroit. The fact that Washington is the capital of the US presents a key argument for the city to serve as a major corporate hub. Many foreign TNCs open representative offices in Washington to establish public relations, receive government contracts, or enter into direct interaction with government agencies. For example, the initial task of the SAP branch was to commence cooperating with local government and non-governmental organisations. Due to geographical location and deep economic and cultural ties, Miami acquired a reputation as the unofficial capital of Latin

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Public spending mechanisms and gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the agricultural sector (1970–2016): Lessons for Nigeria from agricultural policy progressions in China

positively to economic growth, through multiplier effects on aggregate demand. But government consumption may crowd out private investment, dampen economic stimulus in the short run and reduce capital accumulation in the long run ( Coady and Fan, 2008 ). Economy theory of public expenditures is classified into two: productive if they are included as arguments in private production functions, and unproductive if they are not ( Barro and Sala-I-Martin, 1992 ). This categorisation implies that productive expenditures have a direct effect upon the rate of economic growth

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Economic and functional changes in the largest villages in Poland at the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century

transformation trends in the studied group of units. Two arguments prove that approach inappropriate: 1) the use of non-homogeneous data sources and the consequent composite methods of measurement may lead to ambiguous or uncertain conclusions, and 2) the impact of diverse factors in the form of profound political, economic, cultural and technological transformations, or even changes in social mentality, throughout the three decades separating the studies may make the real transformation trends appear different from the assumptions. Wójcik (2013) , relying mostly on the

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Optimal Spatial Allocation of Labour Force and Employment Protection Legislation (EPL)

)\times \,\text{Max}\,\mathbf{E}\left[ N\,LI\left( v*\left( p \right) \right)\left| EP\,L=P \right. \right]= \\=N\,LI\left( v*\left( p \right) \right)\times P\left[ N\,LI\left( v*\left( p1 \right) \right)\left| EP\,L=P \right. \right] \\\end{matrix}$$ In essence, the variable to maximise is a composition of a multivariate function, which involve two functions as an argument – the maximum NLI and the probability of obtaining it. Additionally, such a probability is determined by the level of employment protection (Blanchard, 2005; Pissarides, 2000 ) while the maximum NLI

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