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Primary Energy Consumption, CO2 Emissions and Economic Growth: Evidence from India

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Explaining individual- and country-level variations in unregistered employment using a multi-level model: evidence from 35 Eurasian countries

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Cross-Cultural Variations in Consumer Behavior: A Literature Review of International Studies

Lydeka, Z. 2005. An assessment of various approaches for cross-cultural consumer research. Problems and Perspectives in Management 3: 147-159. Sandikci, O., Peterson, M., Ekici, A., Simkins, T. 2016. Development and quality of life in Turkey: how globalization, religion, and economic growth influence individual well-being. Journal of Macromarketing 36 (3):304-20. Schumann, H. J., Wangenheim, V. F., Stringfellow, A., Yang, Z., Blazevic, V., Praxmarer, S., Shainesh, G., Komor, M., Shannon, R. I. M., and Jimenez, F. R. 2010. Cross

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Integrated AHP-TOPSIS Method for the Assessment of Health Management Information Systems Efficiency

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Corporate Reputation and Brand Architecture: the Debate

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Sharing is Caring, and Millennials Do Care: Collaborative Consumption through the Eyes of Internet Generation

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Ordinal Or Cardinal Utility: A Note

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State and Analysis of Scientific Journals in the Field of “Economic Sciences” for the Period 1995-2014

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Critical Mass in the Boardroom of Croatian Banks

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