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Premises of Sustainable Development Concept Occurence

REFERENCES Antonescu, D. (2011). Dezvoltarea regională. Tendinţe. Mecanisme. Instituţii . Bucureşti: Top Form. Diesendorf, M. (2001). Sustainability and Sustainable Development , available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/5171554_Models_of_sustainability_and_sustainable_development , accessed on 10 January 2019. Division for Sustainable Development Goals, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Secretariat Building. (2012). United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio+20 , available at: https

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The Effect of Service Clusters on the Sustainable Economic Development

References Andriani, P., Jones, C., Perkmann, M., De Propris, L., Sena, V., Delbridge, R., Möslein, K., Neely, A. (2005). Challenging Clusters. The Prospects and Pitfalls of Clustering for Innovation and Economic Development. Advanced Institute of Management Research. Bekar, C., Lipsey, R. G. (2001). Clusters and Economic Policy. Policies for the New Economy, Montreal. Bruneckienė, J. (2010). Šalies regionų konkurencingumo vertinimas įvairiais metodais: rezultatų analizė ir vertinimas. Ekonomika ir vadyba, vol. 15, 2010, ISSN 1822-6515. p

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Professional Development of School Principals in the Pilot Program of ‘Pedagogical Flexibility’: The Israeli Case

References Administration of Teaching Workers (2014), Department A for Teaching Workers, Ministry of Education, Jerusalem. Bredeson, P. V. (2000). The School Principal’s Role in Teacher Professional Development. Journal of In-Service Education , 26 (2), 385-401. Brookhart, S. M., & Moss, C. M. (2015). How to Give Professional Feedback. Educational Leadership , 72 (7), 24-30. Castagnoli, P., & Cook, N. (2004). Growing Your Own Leaders: The Impact of Professional Development on School Improvement – Summary Report . Nottingham, England

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Security Awareness in Romania – Security Culture and Social Responsibility Development Pillar

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This article brings into discussion the current state of security culture in Romania as well as the impact that the development of security education has in the training of young people who are socially responsible and aware of the importance of internalizing the basic concepts in ensuring individual and national security. The analysis continues with success factors to be pursued in public-private partnerships as a means of promoting education and security culture among young people, along with identifying recommendations for their development and improvement. Security education represents a pillar for developing a strong security culture. Therefore, increasing the security awareness among the population, especially of the young people enrolled in various educational stages, must become a priority on the strategic agendas.

This paper analyzes the steps performed so far in Romania and looks into the benefits such a strategy could bring to cybersecurity, especially by developing a framework for sustainable partnerships in the security field.

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Development of Electronic Payments in Georgia

://cbw.ge/banking/georgia-is-the-leader-country-in-the-region-to-implement-innovative-technologies-visa-official/ Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems (2004). Survey of developments in electronic money and internet and mobile payments. Bank for International Settlements. Commonwealth of Independent States (December, 2005). Payment and Securities Settlement Initiative. Payments and Securities Clearance and Settlement Systems in Georgia. The World Bank. E-Payments in Europe – The Eurosystem’s perspective (September 2002). European Central Bank. Hock-Han Tee & Hway-Boon Ong (2016). Cashless Payment and Economic Growth. Tee and Ong Financial Innovation 2

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The Impact of E-Commerce Development on the Warehouse Space Market in Poland

. [Accessed 28.06.2016]. Retrieved from http:// www.ecommerceeurope.eu/.../european-b2c-e-commerce-report. Kabango, Ch. M., & Asa, A. R. (2015). Factors influencing e-commerce development: Implications for the developing countries. International Journal of Innovation and Economics Development, 1(1), 64 - 72. Kawa, A. (2014). Logistyka e-handlu w Polsce. [Accessed 20.01.2016]. Available: https://media.pocztapolska.pl/file/.../logistyka_e_handlu_w_polsce.pdf Logistyka e-commerce w Polsce. Przetarte szlaki dla rozwoju sektor

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Possibilities for Financial Technology Sector Development and its Impact on Banking Sector Profitability in Lithuania

-changing-FinTech-Markets-J.Jefferys-and-Randy.pdf Baležentis, A., & Žalimaitė, M. (2011). Ekspertinių vertinimų taikymas inovacijų plėtros veiksnių analizėje: Lietuvos inovatyvių įmonių vertinimas. Management theory and studies for rural business and infrastructure development , 3 (27), 23-31. Beaird, J. How the Rise of Fintech Could Affect Your Bank. [Accessed 19.11.2018] Available from Internet: https://www.whitlockco.com/fintech-and-your-bank/ Bektas, E. (2014). Are the determinants of bank net interest margin and spread different? The case of North Cyprus. Banks and Bank Systems , 9(4). Bikker

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The Importance of Anthropometry Measurements in Analyzing the Impact of Sports Activities on Students

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Our research aims to identify the importance of anthropometry measurements and functional testing of two groups that practice sport different, the first group, the experimental group was formed by 25 students (age 10 ± 2.1 years, 13 boys and 12 girls), that practiced 2 hours a week physical education and other 2 hours a week basketball and volleyball optional courses; and the second group formed by 25 students (age 10 ± 1.8 years, 14 boys and 11 girls), that practiced 2 hours a week classic physical education.

The anthropometric tests included in the research were the measurement of height, weight, different length of superior and inferior segments, bust, spread of arms, biacromial diameter, bitrohanterian diameter and chest perimeter.

Results showed that children from the experimental group, that practiced more sports activities, developed more quickly and had better proportionality index then the sample group. Statistically significant differences were determined within the experimental group both in the initial and in the final tests (p<0.05), also significant differences were discovered between the experimental and the sample group in the final measurement (p<0.05).

Conclusions of this research showed that more physical activities can influence the development of children both in anthropometric way and in functional and health related.

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The Main Evolution References of Copyright in Antiquity and the Modern Era

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The present study integrates into the complex scientific approach of investigating the legal protection of the rights that result from the intellectual creation in the Romanian objective law. In this regard, it analyzes the main evolutionary benchmarks of the protection of intellectual creation from ancient times to the modern era, aiming to highlight the elements of social nature that were the basis of the emergence and development of copyright. At the same time, the scientific approach addresses the issue of the emergence of copyright by combining, through the method of multi-disciplinary scientific research, the legal, social and historical sciences. In the accomplishment of the present scientific approach we used the following scientific research methods: the historical method, the logical method, the deductive-inductive method and the comparative method.

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From Human Body Digitization to Internet of Bodies toward a New Dimension of Military Operations

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Digitization of the human body, philosophically said, - the “mating” with technology, represents the fusion of electronic technology with the human biology, which reduces the barriers of physical, digital and biological life. “The Internet of bodies”, that is the imminent development of the field of digitization of the human body on a large scale, is the inevitable future of technology at this moment. Instead of devices connected to the Internet as in Internet of Things (IoT), human bodies can be connected to a network, with the potential to be controlled and monitored remotely. The Internet of bodies is from the author’s point of view the future of technology, but this future is not so far away.

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