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An Analysis and Comparison of the Commercial Bank Competition Regimes in Lithuania and Denmark

) Competition And Stability In Banking Sector, Hyperion International Journal of Econophysics & New Economy. Vol. 9 Issue 1, p163-172. 10p. Journal of Competition Law and Economics (2018), Retrieved from: https://academic.oup.com/jcle Klimenko, M. (2004) Competition, matching, and geographical clustering at early stages of the industry life cycle Journal of Economics & Business Vol. 56 Issue 3, p177-195. 19p accessed through internet: Lynch, R. (1997). Corporate Strategy. Kent: Pantek Arts, Maidstone. Lithuanian Central Bank (2018) Capital

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Co-movements of Lithuanian and Central European Stock Markets Across Different Time Horizons: A Wavelet Approach

., Dhesi, G. (2010). Volatility spillover and time varying conditional correlation between the European and US stock markets. Global Economy and Finance Journal, (3), 148-164. Nekhili, R., Aslihan A-S. & Gençay, R. (2002). Exploring exchange rate returns at different time horizons. Physica A, 313, 671-682. Nikkinen, J., Piljak, V., Äijö, J. (2012). Baltic stock markets and the financial crisis of 2008–2009. Research in International Business and Finance, (26), 398-409. Maneschiöld, P. O. (2006). Integration between the Baltic and international

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The Efficiency of Public Procurement in the Republic of Kosovo: An Econometric Approach

://publications.europa.eu Croom, S., & Brandon-J, A. (2007). Impact of e-procurement: experiences from Implementation in the UK public sector . Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 13(4), p. 294-303. Dastidar, K. G., & Mukherjee, D. (2014). Corruption in delegated public procurement auctions. European Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 35, p. 122-127. Duli, I., (2011). Public Procurement Reforms in Kosovo. The first decade . “BPC”-Balkan Procurement Consultancy, pages 232. EBRD, (2015). Are you ready for e-Procurement? Guide to Electronic Procurement Reform , p

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Methodological Perspective of Evaluation of Green Marketing Performance

., Ming, F., Mingxia, W. (2011). A research on evaluation of green marketing performance based on gray system. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.196.9351&rep=rep1&type=pdf Zampese, E. R. S., Moori, R. G., Caldeira, A. (2016). Green marketing as a mediator between supply chain management and organizational performance. Revista de Administracao Mackenzie, 17 (3), 183–211. https://doi.org/10.1590/1678-69712016/administracao.v17n3p183-211 Zhang, L., Fu, J. (2017). Performance evaluation of the green marketing of circular economy based

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The World’s Oldest Profession? Employment-Age Profiles from the Transactional Sex Market

Weiss, Y., 1976. Human capital and labor supply: A synthesis. Journal of Political Economy, 84(3): 449-472. 10.1086/260454 Blinder A.S. and Weiss Y. 1976 Human capital and labor supply: A synthesis. Journal of Political Economy, 84 3 449 – 472 Castellucci, F., Padula, M. and Pica, G. 2011. The age-productivity gradient: Evidence from a sample of F1 drivers. Labour Economics, 18(4): 464-473. 10.1016/j.labeco.2010.09.002 Castellucci F. Padula M. and Pica G. 2011 The age-productivity gradient: Evidence from a sample of F1 drivers

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Exploiting the Irish Border to Estimate Minimum Wage Impacts in Northern Ireland

employment protection in NI and the RoI are likely to be broadly similar. Over this period, the RoI labor market has been subject to much higher levels of economic volatility, due principally to the highly open nature of the Irish economy, compared to the NI labor market, which is generally perceived as being less subject to national and international shocks, in part due to its heavier reliance on public sector employment. Public sector jobs are estimated to account for over 30% of total employment in NI, compared to a UK average of 17% ( McFlynn, 2015 ) and a figure of

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Reallocation and the Role of Firm Composition Effects on Aggregate Wage Dynamics

for the same period. We proceed by first implementing a standard Blinder–Oaxaca (BO) decomposition exercise ( Blinder, 1973 and Oaxaca, 1973 ), augmented with employer-level characteristics. This exercise allows us to quantify separately the parts of average wage changes that are due to changes in employers’ and those due to changes in workers’ average characteristics in the economy. Since matched employer–employee datasets were previously not easily available, the firm side of the adjustment has often been neglected in the earlier literature. Recently, some

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