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Unpacking the provision of the industrial commons in Industry 4.0 cluster

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Forecasting Future Salaries in the Czech Republic Using Stochastic Modelling

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Clusters as a Factor of Rural Tourism Competitiveness: Montenegro Experiences

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Smart Residential Buildings as Learning Agent Organizations in the Internet of Things

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Adoption of Business Process Orientation Practices: Slovenian and Croatian Survey

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Choosing the exchange rate regime–a case for intermediate regimes for emerging and developing economies

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