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Valentina Hlebec

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Lukáš Varecha

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Daniela Roque and Houshmand E. Masoumi

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Kirsi Korhonen, Ossi Kotavaara, Toivo Muilu and Jarmo Rusanen

: Value chain framework comparisons and insights. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 26 (1), 13-23. DOI: 10.1017/S1742170510000384. [6] Bosona, T. G. & Gebresenbet, G. (2011). Cluster building and logistics network integration of local food supply chain. Biosystems engineering 108(4), 293-302. DOI: 10.1016/j.biosystemseng.2011.01.001. [7] Bosona, T., Nordmark, I., Gebresenbet, G. & Ljungberg, D. (2013). GIS-based analysis of integrated food distribution network in local food supply chain. International Journal of Business and

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L. Pilař and J. Pokorná

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Tamar Charkviani

Formation of Meritocracy in Transforming Public Services. Published by: Ilia State University. Tbilisi. Coleman, J.S., 1986. Social Theory, Social Research, and a Theory of Action. American Journal of Sociology 91, pp.1309-1335. Golesenko, I., 2003. The phenomenon of “Russian bribe”: the historical overview of the native sociology of bureaucracy. Available at: http://www.gumer. info bibliotek_Buks/History/Article/go;os_fen.php [Accessed 15 September 2013]. Granovetter, M., 1983. The Strength of Weak Ties: A Network Theory Revisited. Sociological Theory 1, pp

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Oksana Shelomovska, Maryna Romaniukha and Natalia Sorokina

:// Education in Europe in 2020-2030. Forecast. 15 May 2017 from [In Ukrainian] Fewkes, A, McCabe, M. (2012). Facebook: Learning Tool or Distraction? Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 28(3). Retrieved 15 October 2017 from Kirilchuk, S.M. (2015). The application of social networks in training of future teachers of vocational training. In Actual problems of modern science and research . Retrieved 15

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Ali Soltani, Rasoul Balaghi Inaloo, Mohammad Rezaei, Fatemeh Shaer and M. Akbari Riyabi

faced with major and complex decisions in this regard. Observations suggest that people who have settled in poor urban areas due to their poor financial ability have more limited access to healthcare services as a result of an increase in spatial and social inequalities (Sharifzadegan et al., 2010: 2; Soltani, and Maranadi, 2015 : 33). Thus, site selection for hospitals and centres should be based on criteria and standards and existing realities and take into account the urban context and the structure of the transportation network. This way, they can cover all urban

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Kristijan Civljak

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Krzysztof Stepaniuk

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