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Competency Management in Central Europe: A Comparison of Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian Competency Needs

, Polens und der Tschechischen Republik. In Lang, R. (Ed.), Führungskräfte im osteuropäischen Transformationsprozess . München: Rainer Hammp Verlag. McCall, M. W. (1998). High Flyers. Developing the Next Generation of Leaders . Boston: Harvard Business School Press. McKinley, W. & Mone, M. A. (2003). Micro and Macro Perspective in Organization Theory: A Tale of Incommensurability. In Tsoukas, H., Knudsen, C., (eds.), Organization Theory . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Meske, W. (1998). Institutional Transformation of

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Footnotes to organizational competitiveness

-31. Dierickx, I., & Cool, K. (1989). Asset stock accumulation and sustainability of competitive advantage. Management Science , 35 , 1504-1511. DiMaggio, P. J., & Powell, W. W. (1983). The iron cage revisited: Institutional isomorphism and collective rationality in organizational fields. American Sociological Review , 48 , 147-160. Donaldson, L. (1998). The myth of paradigm incommensurability in management studies: Comments by an integrationist. Organization , 5 , 267-272. Dunning, J. H., & Lundan, S. M. (2008). Multinational enterprises and the

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Urban agriculture and place-making: Narratives about place and space in Ghent, Brno and Bristol

(7): 1415–1426. ROGGE, E., KERSELAERS, E., PROVE, C. (2016): Envisioning opportunities for agriculture in peri-urban areas. In: Andersson, K. et al. [eds.]: Metropolitan Ruralities: Research in Rural Sociology and Development, 23: 161–189. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. SCHEROMM, P. (2015): Motivations and practices of gardeners in urban collective gardens: The case of Montpellier. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 14(3): 735–742. SCHMELZKOPF, K. (2002): Incommensurability, Land Use, and the Right to Space: Community Gardens in New York City 1. Urban

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The countryside in the city? Rural-urban dynamics in allotment gardens in Brno, Czech Republic

’? Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review, 48(5): 859–878. SCHMELZKOPF, K. (2002): Incommensurability, Land Use, and the Right to Space: Community Gardens in New York City. Urban Geography, 23(4): 323–343. SIMMS, A. (2008): Nine Meals from Anarchy: Oil dependence, climate change and the transition to resilience. London, New Economics Foundation. SOVOVÁ, L. (2015): Self-provisioning, Sustainability and Environmental Consciousness in Brno Allotment Gardens. Sociální Studia/Social Studies, 12(3): 11–26. SÝKORA, L. (2014): Proměny postsocialistických

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Frame Semantics in the Arabic Translation of Philosophical Terminology

. Rouen: Publications de l’Université de Rouen. Ghazala, H. 1995. Translation as problems and solutions: A course-book for university students and trainee translators. Valetta Malta: Elga Publication. Hart, R. In Press. “Translating the Untranslatable: From Copula to Incommensurable Worlds”. To appear in Tokens of Exchange: The Problem of Translation in Global Circulations, edited by Lydia H. Liu. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press (in press); an earlier version is being published as "Translating Worlds: Incommensurability and Problems

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Another Brick in the Whole. The Case-Law of the Court of Justice on Free Movement and Its Possible Impact on European Criminal Law

-302. • De Búrca Grainne, 1993, ‘The Principle of Proportionality’ and its Application in EC Law, in Yearbook of European Law , XIII(1): 105-150. • Donini Massimo, 2003, ‘Sussidiarietà penale e sussidiarietà comunitaria’, in Rivista italiana di diritto e procedura penale , XLVI(1-2): 141-183. • Endicott Timothy, 2012, ‘Proportionality and Incommensurability’, in University of Oxford Legal Research Paper Series , no. 40, available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=2086622 . • Fichera Massimo and Herlin-Karnell Ester, 2013, ‘The Margin of Appreciation Test

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