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., 2013. Kreativita a inovácie ako aktuálny imperatív stratégií podnikov. from Pratt, A. C., and Jeffcutt, P., 2009. Creativity, Innovation and the Cultural Economy : Routledge (Studies in Global Competition). Prokeinová, R., 2014. Štatistika v SAS-e, SAS v štatistike : ASPA. Samani, S. A., Rasid, S. Z. B. A., and bt Sofian, S., 2014. A Workplace to Support Creativity. Industrial Engineering and Management Systems, 13 (4), 414–420. Sarooghi, H., Libaers, D

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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 18% for RoI (OECD Government at a Glance 2013). Although a high reliance on the public sector has helped insulate the NI labor

able to do business with each other across all the particularities of content and background” ( Taylor, 2011 , p. 83). He argues that a homogeneous culture seems to be “… an undeniable feature of modern-market, growth-oriented, industrial economies, embedded as they are in bureaucratic polities …” ( Taylor, 2011 , p. 83). Even more, “… the modern state economy can’t help fostering in his homogenization of identity and allegiance that it must nourish for its survival” ( Taylor, 2011 , p. 90). “That is why those states try to inculcate patriotism and to create a strong

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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