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On the spatial differentiation of energy transitions: Exploring determinants of uneven wind energy developments in the Czech Republic

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Industrial clusters in a post-socialist country: The case of the wine industry in Slovakia

, J. (1990): Teritoriálne priemyselné útvary Slovenska. Bratislava, Univerzita Komenského. MÖLLER, J., LITZEL, N. (2008): Measuring specialisation and concentration in regional clusters – an empirical analysis for Eastern Bavaria. In: Maier, G., Blien, U. [eds.]: The Economics of Regional Clusters (pp. 119–144.). Cheltenham, Edward Elgar. MORRISON, A., RABELLOTTI, R. (2009): Knowledge and Information Networks in an Italian Wine Cluster. European Planning Studies, 17(7): 983–1006. NCSR (2009): Decree No. 350/2009 Coll., which implements certain

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Decision Making in Psychiatric Reform: A Case Study of the Czech Experience

considerations have in fact been observed in a variety of studies ( Hudson, 1992 ). Efforts to improve public health programmes have historically involved a number of strategies that have been extensively reviewed elsewhere. Most notable is the review of Pallasa et al. (2012) of 181 studies that identified seven broad strategic areas of change: standards and guidelines; organizational structure and governance; human resource knowledge and skill; process re-engineering and technology development; use of incentives; organizational culture; and leadership and management

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Reduction of defects in the lapping process of the silicon wafer manufacturing: the Six Sigma application

conformance to specifications; which was dominant in the 20th century. It means that an outcome must not deviate from the specifications set by an organisation, and any deviations are considered as lowering the quality ( Reeves & Bednar, 1994 ). Such conformance measures have been argued to increase the internal efficiency of the process and sale prices over time ( Topalovic, 2015 ). Later, as the focus shifted from manufacturers to customers, a new definition of “quality” emerged, i.e. meeting or exceeding customer expectations. Anything that does not satisfy the customer

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Land Administration and Land Consolidation as Part of Austrian Land Management

/ Management Systems. In: HEPPERLE, E – DIXON–GOUGH, R – MANSBERGER, R; PAULSSON, HERNIK, J., KALBRO, T. (eds.): Land Ownership and Land Use Development – The Integration of Past, Present, and Future in Spatial Planning and Land Management Policies . European Academy of Land Use and Development. vdf Hochschulverlag AG an der ETH Zürich. pp.13–24. 14. MUGGENHUBER, G. – MANSBERGER, R. – NAVRATIL, G. – TWAROCH, Ch. – WESSELY, R. 2013. Der Kataster als Ausgangspunkt einer flächendeckenden Liegenschaftsbewertung . Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 39, Heft 2, S. 167

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Benchmarking the financial performance of local councils in Ireland

–57. Järvinen, J. (2009). Shifting NPM agendas and management accountants’ occupational identities. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 22 (8), 1,187–210. Jordan, S., & Messner, M. (2012). Enabling control and the problem of incomplete performance indicators. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 37 (7), 544–64. Julnes, P. D. L., & Holzer, M. (2001). Promoting the utilization of performance measures in public organizations: An empirical study of factors affecting adoption and implementation. Public Administration Review, 61 (6), 693

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Analysis of the effectiveness in the disbursement of the European Regional Development Fund for selected entities in the tourism economy

L iterature Austin, P. C. (2011). An introduction to propensity score methods for reducing the effects of confounding in observational studies. Multivariate Behavioral Research , 46 (3), 399-424. Barney, J. B. (2001). Is the resource-based „view” a useful perspective for strategic management research? Yes. Academy of Management Review , 26 (1), 41-56. Borkowska-Niszczota, M. (2014). Ocena potencjału turystycznego obszarów przyrodniczo cennych województwa podlaskiego [Assessment of the tourism potential of the naturally valuable areas of

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Increase the Safety of Road Traffic Accidents by Applying Clustering

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In terms of continual increase of number of traffic accidents and alarming trend of increasing number of traffic accidents with catastrophic consequences for human life and health, it is necessary to actively research and develop methods to combat these trends. One of the measures is the implementation of advanced information systems in existing traffic environment. Accidents clusters, as databases of traffic accidents, introduce a new dimension in traffic systems in the form of experience, providing information on current accidents and the ones that have previously occurred in a given period. This paper proposes a new approach to predictive management of traffic processes, based on the collection of data in real time and is based on accidents clusters. The modern traffic information services collects road traffic status data from a wide variety of traffic sensing systems using modern ICT technologies, creating the most accurate road traffic situation awareness achieved so far. Road traffic situation awareness enhanced by accident clusters' data can be visualized and distributed in various ways (including the forms of dynamic heat maps) and on various information platforms, suiting the requirements of the end-users. Accent is placed on their significant features that are based on additional knowledge about existing traffic processes and distribution of important traffic information in order to prevent and reduce traffic accidents.

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Bullwhip Effect in the Information Flow of a Supply Chain: A Role of Culture

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Human Capital Quality and Development: An Employers' and Employees' Comparative Insight

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