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The Interpretation of Circular Priorities to Central European Business Environment with Focus on Hungary

theory of planned obsolenscence. In The Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 101, 1986, no. 4, pp. 729-749. https://doi.org/10.2307/1884176 Cramer , J. 2014. Moving towards a circular economy in the Netherlands: Challenges and directions. Utrecht University, 2014, pp. 1-9. Link: http://usi-urban.wp.hum.uu.nl/files/2015/04/Paper-HongKong-JC-april-2014.pdf Cohen, B. - Kietzmann , J. 2014. Ride On! Mobility business model for the sharing economy. In Organization & Environment, vol. 27, 2014, no. 3. http://dx.doi.org/10

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How do we study crowdfunding? An overview of methods and introduction to new research agenda

://crowdexpert.com/crowdfunding-industry-statistics/ (05.02.2017) Mikołajewska-Zając, K. (2016). Sharing as labour and as gift: Couchsurfing as an “affective enterprise.” Ephemera. Theory & Politics in Organization , 16 (4): 209–222. Mikołajewska-Zając, K. (2017). Terms of reference. The moral economy of reputation in a sharing economy platform. European Journal of Social Theory , http://doi.org/10.1177/1368431017716287 Moenninghoff, S.C. and Wieandt, A. (2013). The Future of Peer-to-Peer Finance. Schmalenbachs Zeitschrift Für Betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung, 65 (5): 466–487, http

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Market Orientation and Survival of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria

Turkish Health Organizations. Health Marketing Quarterly, 32(4), pp.313-329. [49] Na, Y.K., Kang, S. and Jeong, H.Y., 2019. The Effect of Market Orientation on Performance of Sharing Economy Business: Focusing on Marketing Innovation and Sustainable Competitive Advantage. Sustainability , MDPI, 11(3), pp.1-19. [50] Narver, J.C. and Slater, S.F., 1990. The effect of market orientation on business profitability. Journal of Marketing , 54(4), pp.20-35. [51] Nwaizugbo, I.C and Anukam, A.I, 2014. Assessment of Entrepreneurial Marketing Practices Among

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Multioptionalität: Ein neuer („alter“) Terminus in der Alltagsmobilität der modernen Gesellschaft?

sozialstaatlicher Prinzipien haben in den letzten zwei Jahrzehnten zum Aufkommen einer Transport Poverty beigetragen, womit der mangelnde Zugang zu Verkehrsmitteln vor allem bei marginalisierten Gruppen problematisiert und Möglichkeiten zur gesellschaftlichen Teilhabe auf der Basis bezahlbarer Mobilität nicht länger gewährleistet wird. Die vor allem marktbasierten Entwicklungen im Kontext neuer Mobilitätsdienstleistungen lösen den Konflikt nicht, selbst wenn Konzepte wie „Nutzen statt Besitzen" oder eine Sharing Economy dies nahelegt. So wird eine Transport Poverty im

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Business models innovation based on crowds: a comparative study

-mediated technology, for example, the sharing economy is rapidly being developed [ Taeihagh, 2017 ]. Crowdsourcing is continuously evolving and a variety of its forms are emerging [ Prpić 2016 ; Prpić and Shukla, 2016 ]. It can be carried out in two ways: by “proprietary crowds” that organizations foster through their own in-house platforms or by using “third-party crowdsourcing platforms” that provide the required IT infrastructure and “built-in crowds” as a paid service. Apart of external crowdsourcing through contests, internal crowdsourcing is used and is a part of an

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Urban Cycling as an Indicator of Socio-Economic Innovation and Sustainable Transport

automobile-involved bicycle crashes Accident Analysis & Prevention 86 239 246 10.1016/j.aap.2015.11.002 Cohen B., Kietzmann J., 2014. Ride on! Mobility business models for the sharing economy. Organization & Environment 27(3): 279–296. DOI: 10.1177/1086026614546199 Cohen B. Kietzmann J. 2014 Ride on! Mobility business models for the sharing economy Organization & Environment 27 3 279 296 10.1177/1086026614546199 Cole-Hunter T., Donaire-Gonzalez D., Curto A., Ambros A., Valentin A., Garcia-Aymerich J., Martinez D., Braun L

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Dimensionality of an urban transport system based on ISO 37120 indicators for the case of selected European cities

friendly means of transport, such as trams, trains or electric vehicles as well as to exploit waterways and alternative fuels. The sharing economy solutions, such as car-sharing, car-pooling and bike-sharing, has become very popular in cities. Thus, Basaric et al. examined findings of user satisfaction surveys, impacts of bike-sharing on modal split and the emissions of pollutants ( Basaric et al., 2012 ). Glotz-Richter created arguments for car-sharing. Local governments should develop park&ride and bike&ride as well as encourage people to cycle and walk ( Glotz

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Marketing principles for Industry 4.0 — a conceptual framework

Decentralised decisions are based on the interconnection of objects and people as well as on the transparency of information placed along the entire value chain. This kind of network makes it possible to use local and global information for more effective business decision-making. This way, participants of the ecosystem are given a chance to make autonomous decisions based on generally available data. Naturally, trust is another aspect mentioned in the open and sharing economy theory, which is important here as well. Strengthening the sense of trust between partners is one

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Smart city concept in the light of the literature review

Mohring–Harwitz theorems: Lessons for financing smart cities in developing countries Environment and Urbanization ASIA 10 1 13 – 30 10.1177/0975425318821797 Mizielińska-Chmielewska, M. (2018). Inteligentne miasta podążają za modelem ekonomii współdzielenia Smart Cities follow the sharing economy model Retrieved from http://www.inteligentnemiasto.com/smart-cities/inteligentne-miasta-podazaja-za-modelem-ekonomii-wspoldzielenia Mizielińska-Chmielewska M. 2018 Inteligentne miasta podążają za modelem ekonomii współdzielenia Smart Cities follow the

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