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Motivational factors for educational tourism: marketing insights

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Private for-profit rural water supply in Nigeria: Policy constraints and options for improved performance

Anambra State, Nigeria. Journal Policy and Development Studies. Vol. 1. Iss. 2 p. 71–80. E zenwaji E.E., E duputa B.M., O koye I.O. 2016. Investigation into the residential water demand and supply in Enugu metropolitan area. American Journal of Water Resources. Vol. 4. Iss. 1 p. 22–29. F aniran A. 1992. Water resources development in Nigeria. University Lectures. Ibadan. University of Ibadan. ISBN 9781212780 pp. 95. F erro G., L entini E.J., M ercadier A.C., R omero C.A. 2014. Efficiency in Brazil’s water and sanitation sector and its

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Optimization of the Effective Heat Supply Radius for the District Heating Systems

. The Impact of Parallel Energy Consumption on the District Heating Networks. Environmental and Climate Technologies 2019:23(1):1–13. doi:10.2478/rtuect-2019-0001 [15] Christensen B., Jensen-Butler C. Energy and urban structure: Heat planning in Denmark. Progress in Planning 1982:18(2):57–132. doi:10.1016/0305-9006(82)90008-3 [16] Kristensen P., Sletbjerg M. Energydata – planning and analysis in a GIS. Proceedings of the ESRI User Conference. Munich: 1998. [17] Moller B. A heat atlas for demand and supply management in Denmark. Management of

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Development Features of Heat Power Industry Legislation in Russia

, Munich, 1998. [11] Möller B. A heat atlas for demand and supply management in Denmark. Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal 2008:19(4):467–479. doi:10.1108/14777830810878650 [12] Persson U., Werner S. Heat distribution and the future competitiveness of district heating. Applied Energy 2011:88(3):568–576. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2010.09.020 [13] Werner S. District heating and cooling in Sweden. Energy 2017:126:419–429. doi:10.1016/ [14] Pol O., Schmidt R.-R. Development of district heating and

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Factors affecting household access to water supply in residential areas in parts of Lagos metropolis, Nigeria

US–Mexican transborder region. European Journal of Operational Research Vol.256, pp. 567–581. Egbinola, C.N. (2017). Trend in Access to Safe Water Supply in Nigeria. Journal of Environment and Earth Science , Vol.7, No.8, pp. 89–96. Ezenwaji, E. E. Eduputa B. M. Okoye, C. O. (2016). Investigations into the Residential Water Demand and Supply in Enugu Metropolitan Area, Nigeria American Journal of Water Resources Vol.4, No.1, pp. 22–29. Fadare, S.O. Olawuni, P.O. (2008). Domestic water supply and health of households in the three

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The foodservice business in big Polish cities

by: the amount of GNP, the trend and tempo of changes in it, as well as the unemployment rate ( Kwiatkowska & Levytska 2007 ). Conditions of business development services, including foodservice, can be divided into demand and supply. Demand and supply are the backbone of the market and a feedback loop is observed between them. There is an active sphere of influence of supply to demand and consumer preferences. The scale and structure of foodservice businesses are primarily determined by consumers. Demand conditions for the development of foodservice businesses

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support small- to medium- sized enterprises (SMEs) and micro-enterprises are largely directed at individual firms and do not address how firms can collaborate in demand and supply chains to develop and grow. Lee et al. (2010 ) argue that one way SMEs and micro-firms can overcome the lack of economies of scale and technical expertise of larger firms is through using networks within which they are embedded to develop open innovation models appropriate to their size and resource contingencies. This model of innovation is well illustrated in the open innovation model

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Administrative Processes as an Anti-Corruption Tool? A View from Public Employees in the Baltic States

–311. 66. Pollitt, Christopher, and Gert Bouckaert. Public management reform: A comparative analysis – New Public Management, governance, and the neo-Weberian state . 3 rd ed. Oxford: Oxford: University Press, 2011. 67. Randma-Liiv, Tiina, and Jane Järvalt. “Public personnel policies and problems in the new democracies of Central and Eastern Europe.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 13 (2011): 35–49. 68. Randma-Liiv, Tiina. “Demand- and supply-based policy transfer in Estonian public administration.” Journal of Baltic Studies

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Societies”. In IEEE Access, February 2017. [26] J. J. Guerrero, L. A. Guerrero, “A Virtual Repository of Learning Objects to Support Literacy of SEN Children”. In IEEE Revista Iberoamericana De Tecnologias Del Aprendizaje, Vol. 10, No. 3, August 2015. [27] A. A. Choudhury, J. Rodriguez, “A New Curriculum in Fluid Mechanics for the Millennial Generation”. In IEEE Revista Iberoamericana De Tecnologias Del Aprendizaje, Vol. 12, No. 1, February 2017. [28] A. Sethi, “Factors Responsible for Mismatch between Demand and Supply of

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The consequences of soil degradation in China: a review

Monitor. Retrieved from Fukase E, Martin W (2016) Who will feed China in the 21st century? Income growth and food demand and supply in China. Journal of Agricultural Economics 67(1): 3−23. Gao JH, Jia J, Kettner AJ, Xing F, Wang YP, Li J, Bai F, Zou X, Gao S (2015) Reservoir-induced changes to fluvial fluxes and their downstream impacts on sedimentary processes: The Changjiang (Yangtze) River, China. Quaternary

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