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Work-Related Psychosocial Risk Factors and Care Workers Mental Health (In Estonian Nursing Homes)

Economics and Management, 10(2), 169−180. Kleimann, L., Frank, L., Ciesla, G., Rupnow, M., & Brodaty, H. (2004). Psychometric Performance of an Assessment Scale for Strain in Nursing Care: the M-NCAS. Health Quality of Life Outcomes, 2(62), 1−10. Kristensen, T.S., Hannerz, H., Hųgh, A., Born, V. (2005). The Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire (COPSOQ) - A tool for the Assessment and Improvement of the Psychosocial Work Environment. Scandinavian

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Consolidating peace: Rethinking the community relations model in Northern Ireland

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Culture and Economic Development: Emigration as Evaluation of Lithuanian Cultural Environment

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Policies for Happiness in the Global Village

and the Human Development Index: Australia Is Not a Paradox. The Australian Economic Review , vol. 39, no. 2:176–184. Liang, Kung-Yee, Zeger, Scott L. (1986). Longitudinal data analysis using generalized linear models. Biometrika , 73: 13–22. Lin, N. (2002). Social capital: A theory of social structure and action . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Luechinger, Simon (2009). Valuing air quality using the life satisfaction approach. Economic Journal , 119: 482-515. Mimicopoulos, M. and Kyj, L. (2007) Public Governance Indicators: a

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Attractive Investment Images in Southeastern Europe: the Case of Varna, Bulgaria

quality of life in European regions and cities, European Communities, Belgium. D'Arcy, E., and Keogh, G. 1998. Territorial Competition and Property Market Process: An Exploratory analysis, Urban Studies , 35 (8): 1215-1230 D'Arcy, E., and Keogh, G. 1999. The property market and urban competitiveness: a review, Urban Studies , 36 (5-6): 917-928 Deas, I., and Giordano, B., 2001. Conceptualising and measuring urban competitiveness in major English cities: an exploratory approach, Environment

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Effects of transformations in the urban structure on the quality of life of city residents in the context of recreation

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Privatisation and Investment Activity in the Tourism of the Republic of Serbia


As other countries of Central and Southeastern Europe, the Republic of Serbia at the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century entered the process of universal transformation, which in essence represented a powerful political and economic movement for thorough changes in all parts of social and economic life. The central place in total transformational processes was taken by property, that is ownership transformation. The purpose of this research are numerous changes and the effects caused by the ownership transformation, that is privatisation in all economic activities, and in tourism as well. The research methods used in this paper are: analysis method, synthesis method, abstraction method, generalisation method, comparison method, as well as mathematical and statistical methods. The research results show that the effects of the privatisation in the tourism activities of Serbia are rather devastating. Besides, there were no necessary changes in other elements of business transformation (organisational, managerial, personnel, technological and other), what is the decrease in quality of tourist offer in Serbia and its bad position on the international tourism market. Taking into account that the Republic of Serbia has included the development of tourism amongst the priorities of its actual economic policy and development strategy, results of this research should by its originality, scientific approach to the subject of the research, quality and expertise, complete research material in this scientific field, also to point out new possibilities of Serbian tourism development to creators of economic, touristic and investment politics.

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Information Support Model and Its Impact on Utility, Satisfaction and Loyalty of Users

REFERENCES Al-Mamary, Y.H., Shamsuddin, A., & Aziati, N. (2013). The Impact of Management Information Systems Adoption in Managerial Decision Making: A Review. The International Scientific Journal of Management Information Systems, 8(4), 10-17. Babić-Hodović, V., & Činjarević, M. (2009). Uticaj percepcije kvaliteta usluga edukacije na lojalnost klijenata . VI Naučno-stručni skup sa međunarodnim učešćem KVALITET 2009, (pp. 737-744). Retrieved April 6, 2016, from . In Bosnian

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