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Investigation of Stock Market Integration in the Baltic Countries

Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity Models. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 20(3), 339-350. http://dx.doi.org/10.1198/073500102288618487 Engle, R. (2009). Anticipating Correlations: A New Paradigm for Risk Management. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Engle, R. F. & Granger, C. W. J. (1987). Co-integration and Error Correction: Representation, Estimation, and Testing. Econometrica, 55, 251-276. http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/1913236 Granger, C. W. J. (1969). Investigating Causal Relations by Econometric

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Integration of Young People into the Latvian Labour Market

.08.002 Buligina, I., Putans, R., Sloka, B. (2014). Coherence of Work Based Learning and Regional Development in Latvia. Ekonomika un uzņēmējdarbib, 25, 19−26. http://dx.doi.org/10.7250/eb.2014.003 De Koning J. (2005). Active Labour Market Policies: Relevance, Expenditure and Effectiveness. Rotterdam: SEOR Working Paper, 1−29. Working together for Europe’s Young People. A Call to Action on Youth Unemployment (2010). European Commission, Brussels, COM(2013) 447 final, 1−22. Grinevica L., Rivza B. (2014) Integration of Young People

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A Simple Model for the Integration of Goods and the Capital Market with Unionized Labor Markets

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The present work analyzes the effects of goods and capital market integration on welfare. In an imperfectly competitive industry with unionized labor, openness to competition via exports, the possibility of holding minority stakes into a rival company and undertaking Greenfield Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) exemplify product and capital market liberalization, respectively. Challenging the “lieu commune” that liberalization a priori improves the social welfare of an economy, making use of a game-theoretic approach, it is shown that a domestic government should design the appropriate interventions in product and capital markets depending on the precise pattern of economic integration.

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Managing Capabilities for Supply Chain Resilience Through it Integration

Firms Can Transform Trade-Offs Into Win-Win Outcomes. Business Strategy and the Environment, 23(1), 18-37. http://doi.org/10.1002/bse.1758 Berle, Ø., Norstad, I., & Asbjørnslett, B. E. (2013). Optimization, risk assessment and resilience in LNG transportation systems. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 18(3), 253-264. http://doi.org/10.1108/SCM-03-2012-0109 Bosona, T. G., & Gebresenbet, G. (2011). Cluster building and logistics network integration of local food supply chain. Biosystems Engineering, 108(4), 293

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Measurement of Export Market Concentration for the Largest European Economic Integrations

References 1. Almagro, A. S. (2015), “Trade Agreement Depth, Polity, and Export Concentration: A Political Economy Analysis of Trade Agreement Design”, available at: https://as.nyu.edu/content/dam/nyu-as/politics/documents/Almagro_IRThesis.pdf (23 November 2017). 2. Babatunde, M. A. (2006), “Trade Policy Reform, Regional Integration and Export Performance in the ECOWAS Sub-Region”, available at: https://www.gtap.agecon.purdue.edu/resources/download/2522.pdf (23 November 2017). 3. Babones, S., Farabee-Siers, R. M. (2010), “Global Export

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Towards European Union or Regional Economic Area: Western Balkans at Crossroads

Trade Integration in Southeast Europe, World Bank Washington DC, 3-21. Juncker, J. (2017). Brexit, in Portal Politico. Retrieved from http://www.politico.eu/article/jean-claude-juncker-upbeat-and-ready-for-afight/ Kathuria, S. (2008). Western Balkan Integration and the EU; An agenda for trade and Growth, Washington DC, 5-27. Moraliyska, M. (2014). Regional economic cooperation in the Western Balkans and its impact on Bulgaria, Economic Alternatives, 1(5) 1-18. Pere, E. (2009). The significance of economic

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Double Jeopardy: How Refugees Fare in One European Labor Market

1 Introduction The reception and labor market integration of refugees is one of the most pressing and important issues facing Europe today. The recent influx of asylum seekers also makes it one of the most contentious and hotly debated issues of our time. However, there is only a limited body of research looking at how refugees are faring in the European labor markets ( Bakker et al. 2016 ; Bevelander and Pendakur 2014 ; Bratsberg et al. 2017 ; Fasani et al. 2017 ; Luik et al. 2016 ; Rea et al. 2014 ; Ruiz and Vargas-Silva 2017 , 2018; Sarvimäki 2017

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Two-Point Quadrature Rules for Riemann–Stieltjes Integrals with Lp –error estimates

Bulletin Journal of Mathematics , in press [11] N.S. Barnett, S.S. Dragomir and I. Gomma, A companion for the Ostrowski and the generalised trapezoid inequalities, Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 50 (2009), 179–187. [12] N.S. Barnett, W.-S. Cheung, S.S. Dragomir, A. Sofo, Ostrowski and trapezoid type inequalities for the Stieltjes integral with Lipschitzian integrands or integrators, Computer & Mathematics with Applications , 57 (2009), 195–201. [13] P. Cerone, S.S. Dragomir, New bounds for the three-point rule involving the Riemann

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An Overview of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of the Republic of Belarus with the EU and Lithuania

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Foreign trade fosters not only companies but national economies to maximize their gains for the benefit of a better living standard. In developing countries, such as Belarus, the volume of foreign trade depends on the path of liberalization and integration into the trade with the EU. This paper analyzes foreign trade and economic relations between the EU, Lithuania and Belarus.

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Inclusion properties of Generalized Integral Transform using Duality Techniques

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Let Wβ δ(α,γ) be the class of normalized analytic functions f defined in the region |z| < 1 and satisfying

Re e((1-α+2γ)(f/z)δ + (α-3γ+γ[(1-1/δ)(zf′/f) + 1/δ(1+zf″/f′)])(f/z)δ(zf′/f)-β)>0,

with the conditions α ≤ 0, β < 1, γ ≤ 0, δ > 0 φ ∈ ℝ. For a non-negative and real- valued integrable function λ(t) with ∫0 1 λ(t)dt = 1, the generalized non-linear integral transform is defined as

Vλ δ(f)(z) = (∫0 1λ(t)(f(tz)/t)δdt)1/δ.

The main aim of the present work is to find conditions on the related parameters such that Vλ δ(f)(z) ∈ Wβ1 δ111) whenever f ∈ Wβ2 δ222). Further, several interesting applications for specific choices of λ(t) are discussed.

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