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Earthworms as indicators for different forest management types and human disturbance in Ilam oak forest, Iran

References Acosta-Martínez V., Cruz L., Sotomayor-Ramírez D., Pérez-Alegría L. 2007. Enzyme activities as affected by soil properties and land use in a tropical watershed. Applied Soil Ecology, 35, 35-45. Ahmad N., Ul-Hassan F., Qadir G. 2007. Effect of Subsurface Soil Compaction and Improvement Measures on Soil Properties. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology, 9, 509-513. Ammer S., Weber K., Abs C., Ammer C., Prietzel J. 2006.Factors influencing the distribution and abundance of earthworm

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Social value added (SVA) as an adaptation of economic value added (EVA) to the specificity of cultural institutions

References Alwasiak, St., Lewandowska-Kalina, M., Kalina, L., Kowalewski, O., Możdżeń, M. and Rybiński, K. (2014). Interes publiczny a interesy grupowe w polskim ustawodawstwie. Ekonomista , 3 : 349–365. Appleby, B. (1997). The new lingo of value added. Hospitals & Health Networks : 50–52. Ames, P.J. (1990). Breaking new grounds. Measuring museums’ merits. Museum Management and Curatorship , 9 : 137–147. Analiza kosztów i korzyści projektów inwestycyjnych: Przewodnik (2003). European Commission, Directorate-General – Regional Policy

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Board characteristics and earnings forecasts accuracy in IPO prospectuses

error term in a regression equation. Because of a two-tier board model in Poland, we estimate several regression models, separate for the management and the supervisory board [ Bohdanowicz, 2015 , p. 1423], in which the dependent variable being a mark of forecast accuracy takes a different form. Table 1 summarizes all the types of variables we used in our study. Table 1 The variable definition Variables Measures Predicted sign Panel A: Dependent variables FER Earnings forecast error AFER Absolute earnings forecast error

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Efficiency evaluation in forest management – a literature review

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The impact of the logistics management in customer satisfaction

References Bazeley P., Jackson K. (2013), Qualitative data analysis with NVivo, Sage Publications Limited, London. Beamon B.M. (1999), “Measuring supply chain performance”, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 19(3), 260-295. Dekker R., Bloemhof J., Mallidis I. (2012), “Operations Research for green logistics-An overview of aspects, issues, contributions and challenges”, European Journal of Operational Research, 219(3), 671-679. Genchev S.E., Richey R.G., Gabler C

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Supervisory Empowerment Behaviors, Psychological Empowerment and Work Outcomes among Egyptian Managers and Professionals: A Preliminary Study

empowerment behavior to employee attitudes and behavioral intentions. Personnel Review, 40 (3), 284–305. Greasley, K., Bryman, A, Dainty, A. Price, A., Soetanto, R., & King, N. (2005). Employee perceptions of empowerment. Employee Relations, 27 (4), 354–368. Hales, C. (2000). Management and empowerment programs. Work, Employment and Society, 14 (3), 501–519. Herrenkohl, R. C., Judson, G. T., & Heffner, J. A. (1999). Defining and measuring employee empowerment. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 35 (3), 373–389. Kazlauskaite, R., Buciuniene

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The F-measure for Research Priority

fictitious case, it clearly demonstrates the fact that this indicator does not behave as intuitively expected, and worse it does not measure what it (probably) is supposed to measure. The problem lies in the parameter O W . Table 1 Calculations related to Example A; the indicator F is introduced further on. Original situation New situation: Country 2 publishes 17,000 articles less in other domains Country 1 Country 2 Country 1 Country 2 O CD 200 1,400 200 1,400 O D 5,000 5,000 5,000 5

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Crop and Livestock Insurance as Risk Management Instrments in Polish Agriculture Compared to the EU Regulations

References 1. ACT of 23 April 1964 THE CIVIL CODE. Polish Journal of Law 1964, No. 16, item 93, with subsequent amendments. 2. ANTON J. 2015. Risk management in agriculture: What role for policy in the new Common Agricultural Policy? In: Research Handbook on EU Agriculture Law (Editor MCMAHON J. A., – CARDWELL M. N.). Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham. p. 62–85. ISBN 978–1–78195–461–4. 3. COMMUNICATION from the Commission to the Council of 9 March 2005 on risk and crisis management in agriculture. COM (2005) 74, 9 March 2005. [cit. 10

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Framework of performance measurement practices in construction companies in Egypt

L iterature Abd Elhamid, M., & Ghareeb, S. (2011). Measuring Performance in Egyptian Construction Firms Applying Quality Management Systems. Journal of Construction Engineering and Project Management , 1 (2), 18-27. Ahmad, S., Svalestuen, F., Andersen, B., & Torp, O. (2016). A Review of Performance Measurement for Successful Concurrent Construction. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences , 226 , 447-454. Aho, M. (2009). A Capability Maturity Model for Corporate Performance Management. An Empirical Study in Large Finnish Manufacturing

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Linking a performance management system and competencies: Qualitative research

authority for measuring and evaluating business performance according to attributes of the Z-MESOT method. The application of the responsibility and authority as a necessary element of competences in the management process enables to interlink the organisation’s requirements and the employee’s opportunities in a way that permits their development in mutual harmony and to ensure the organisation’s competitiveness (Königová & Hron, 2012; Szczepańska-Woszczyna et al., 2015 ). The competency-based approach in Performance Management System (PMS) focuses on the behaviour and

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