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Senior entrepreneurship – key facts at regional level in Romania

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Bank Versus Stock Market Development in Brazil: An ARDL Bounds Testing Approach

. Stock market development and economic growth: Evidence from seven sub-Sahara African countries. Journal of Economics and Business 61 (2): 162-171. Akinlo, A. E. and Egbetunde, T. 2010. Financial development and economic growth: The experience of 10 sub-Saharan African countries revisited. The Review of Finance and Banking 2 (1): 17-28. Allen, F. and Gale, D. 1999. Diversity of Opinion and the Financing of New Technologies. Journal of Financial Intermediation 8: 68-89. Ang, J. B. and McKibbin, W. J. 2007. Financial liberalization, financial sector

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Poverty amongst Female-headed Households in Bosnia and Herzegovina: an empirical analysis

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Organizational Factors, Organizational Culture, Job Satisfaction and Entrepreneurial Orientation in Public Administration

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Managerial Characteristics and Export Performance – Empirical Evidence from Kosovo

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Religion’s Possible Role in Facilitating Eusocial Human Societies. A Behavioral Biology (Ethological) Perspective

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The Relationship Between Board Characteristics and Environmental Disclosure: Evidence from Turkish Listed Companies

disclosures: are they useful in determining environmental performance?. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 20 (3): 217-240. Huse, M. and Grethe Solberg, A. 2006. Gender-related board-room dynamics: How Scandinavian women make and can make contributions on corporate boards. Women in Management Review 21 (2): 113-130. Iatridis, G. E. 2013. Environmental disclosure quality: Evidence on environmental performance, corporate governance and value relevance. Emerging Markets Review 14: 55-75. Ienciu, I. A., Popa, I. E. and Ienciu, N. M. 2012. Environmental

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Nature or Nurture – Will Epigenomics Solve the Dilemma?

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Bold vision: Gender diversity stuck in transition

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Determinants of under-representation of women on Boards of Directors: an exploratory study of African public and private firms

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