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Possibilities of Satisfying the Energy Needs of Rural Community Residents with Renewable Energy Sources – the Case of Poland

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Sustainability and Control Issues of the Financial Management of Local Governments – Through Hungary’s Example

. Local self-government in Hungary: The impact of crisis. In Nunes, S.C. – Buček, J. (Eds.). Local government and urban governance in Europe. Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017, (pp. 71–87). doi: FOREMNY, D. 2014. Sub-national deficits in European countries: The impact of fiscal rules and tax autonomy. In European Journal of Political Economy, vol. 34, 2014, pp. 86–110. doi: HABÁNIK, J. – KORDOŠ, M. – HOŠTÁK, P. 2016. Competitiveness of Slovak economy and

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Business Model Innovation as a Tool to Establish Corporate Sustainability

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Territorial Examination of the Income Status of Hungarian Cities’ and Towns’ Inhabitants

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Farmers’ Markets as a Business Model Encouraging Sustainable Production and Consumption

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Is Rural Tourism a Perspective Driver of Development of Rural Municipalities? – The Case of Slovak Republic

. Pojem vidiek, jeho definícia a typológia. [online] Nitra : SPU, 2013. 24 p. Study material for the course 314U501 Rural Development. [[Retrieved 2016-03-16]. Retrieved from: <;download=6662;lang=sk > FLEISCHER, A., FELSENSTEIN, D. 2000. Support for Rural Tourism - Does it Make a Difference? In Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 1007-1024. GANNON, A. 1994. Rural tourism as a factor in rural community economic development for economies in transition. In Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Vol. 2

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The Change Of Residents’ Attitudes Towards Renewable Energy Sources In 2006–2014 As A Reflection Of Primary Research

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The Relationship Between Farm Size And Productivity In Slovakia

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Sustainable Rural Development in Russia Through Diversification: The Case of the Stavropol Region

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The Extended Functions of Strategic Controlling in Relation to the Value Creation of Sustainable Development

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