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Satinder Kumar and Parminder Singh

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Tomasz Sosnowski

Comparative Analysis of Private Equity Market in Poland and Other Central and Eastern European Countries

The main goal of this article is an analysis of the development stage attained by the private equity market in Poland and its comparison with similar markets in other countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The main emphasis has been laid on the very essence of this source of capital and its importance for development of small and medium-sized enterprises. The performed analysis has allowed to verity the hypothesis saying that private equity funds in Poland display a greater involvement in comparison with such funds in the remaining countries of this region, which is confirmed by the value of capital invested in Polish enterprises and the value of divestments in Poland. The empirical data used in this article come from statistical reports of the European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association.

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Danuta Lipińska

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This article presents a theoretical and empirical analysis of resource efficiency in the use of natural resources for economic growth consistent with the principles of sustainable development in EU countries. To realize this objective, a review of the literature and EU strategic documents concerning the subject under study is presented. The comparative analysis has been prepared on the basis of international statistical data (Eurostat, EEA) for EU countries from the years 2002−2013. The analysis covers the following indicators: resource productivity, water exploitation index, water productivity, generation of waste, and the landfill and recycling rate. The results show that in general terms the efficiency of resource use in the EU is gradually improving, but only to a small extent. With regard to individual countries this process shows significant diversity, and is closely associated with the level of economic development of a particular country. In some individual countries, this resource efficiency is at a very low level, which is the case with several countries of Eastern and Central Europe.

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Inese Binovska, Linda Kauškale and Jānis Vanags

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The development of the real estate market contributes to the development of the national economy, thus creating a favourable investment climate for the investors. Increase in the level of the incomes of the inhabitants may increase the availability of housing in the country by fiscal and monetary policy instruments. The topicality of the paper is related to the need for analysis of the trends and prospects of the real estate market development of the Baltic States, as it has a high social meaning and has a high importance for market participants. The objective of the research is to analyse influencing factors and tendencies of real estate market development in Baltic States, and includes a comparative analysis of the residential property market in the Baltic States is conducted. The research methods used in the paper are statistical data analysis, historical and logical approach methods. The article focuses mainly on the housing market. It was concluded in the study that under the similar geographic and economic conditions in the Baltic States, the housing affordability index and real estate market development tendencies have many differences and success indicators are still varying.

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Przemyslaw Busse and Wlodzimierz Meissner

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Danuta Szczerbińska and Monika Wiercińska

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Józef Kuczmaszewski, Paweł Pieśko and Magdalena Zawada-Michałowska

using a half angle search algorithm. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 14(3), pp. 180-184. Minquiz, G.M., Borja, V., López-Parra, M., Ramírez-Reivich, A.C., Domínguez, M.A. and Alcaide, A. (2014). A Comparative Study of CNC Part Programming Addressing Energy Consumption and Productivity. Procedia CIRP, 14, pp. 581-586. Niesłony, P. and Grzesik, W. (2011). Optimization procedures for machining operations on CNC machine tools. PAK, 57(2), pp. 224-227. Przybylski, W. and Deja, M. (2007

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Krzysztof Chmielowski, Piotr Bugajski and Grzegorz B. Kaczor

to the separate sewer system]. Infrastruktura i Ekologia Terenów Wiejskich. Nr 9 p. 155–163. Ł omotowski J., S zpindor A. 1999. Nowoczesne systemy oczyszczania ścieków [Modern water treatment systems]. Warszawa. Arkady. ISBN 83-213-4139-X pp. 456. M łyński D., C hmielowski K., M łyńska A. 2016. Analysis of hydraulic load of a wastewater treatment plant in Jasło. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 28 p. 61–67. MŚ 2003. KPOŚK – Krajowy Program Oczyszczania Ścieków Komunalnych [The National Programme for Municipal Waste Water Treatment

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David Berat

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The article summarizes the situation of the Roma in the Republic of Croatia, before and after the adoption of the Decade for inclusion of the Roma 2005-2015. As well are listed the taken activities and measures for improvement of the situation of the Roma in the areas of education, health, housing and employment. The article contains a comparative analysis of the realized activities in Republic of Croatia and Republic of Macedonia.

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Stanisław A. Witkowski and Magdalena Ślazyk-Sobol

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Professional burnout - a comparative analysis considering the key sectors in Poland The article presents the results of empirical research referring to the problem of burnout caused by professional burnout among staff of the most significant sectors in Poland. The authors presents the first part of the research project which also covered re-examination conducted after the interval of nine months. The research focused at the search for predictors of the phenomenon of burnout which - according to the latest concept of Maslach and Leiter - are as follows: emotional exhaustion, cynicism ad a reduced sense of personal achievements. With the application of neural networks, both the impact of organisational factors (organisational climate, experience of organisational stress) as well as personality-based factors onto the presence of professional burnout was verified. The main application conclusions resulted from the first stage of the research were presented at the end of the article.