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Evaluation of Digital Shadow Economy Prevention Measures

). Computer crime investigations in the United States: leveraging knowledge from the past to address the future. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, (1), 1-26. Holt, T. J., Blevins, K. R. and Burkert, N. (2010). Considering the pedophile subculture on-line. Sexual Abuse: Journal of Research and Treatment, (22), 3-24. Holz, T., Engelberth, M., Freiling, F. (2012). Learning more about the underground economy: A case-study of keyloggers and dropzones. In ESORICS Proceedings, (9), 1-18. Kim, D. J., Steinfield, C. and Lai

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(De-) Regulating the Creative Economy

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Social Cooperatives in Greece. Introducing New Forms of Social Economy and Entrepreneurship

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Creative Class, Creative Economy, and the Wisdom Society as a Solution to their Controversy

.]. 1 st edition. Praha: Karolinum, 179p. Brooks, D. (2001). Bobos. Nová americká elita a její styl. [Bobos. The New Upper Class and How They Got There.]. 1 st edition. Praha: Dokořán 279p. Cikánek, M. (2009). Kreativní průmysly. Příležitost pro novou ekonomiku. [Creative Industries. Opportunity for new Economy.]. 1 st edition. Praha: Institut umění - Divadelní ústav. 79p. Clark, T. N. (2003). Urban Amenities: Lakes, Opera, and Juice Bars Do They Drive Development? Research in Urban

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JACOB’s LADDER: Holotropic Economy

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Economic activity and reflection should be Holotropic, that is aiming at unity, instead of overspecialized approaches. A cosmic awareness is needed, along a radical revision and reformulation of human nature and of reality. In the modern era, the Hylotropic, matter oriented movement prevailed, imposing a coarser materiality and a marked spiritual devolution. This is how it reached this form of economy, based on selfishness, mercantilism and highly pecuniary greedy interest, a highly financialized economy and its dominance (econocracy) over the other social disciplines, over the behaviour and human life in general. It seems we are at the end of such a period and a new holotropic era is to come.

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Swedish Retirement Migrant Communities in Spain: Privatization, informalization and moral economy filling transnational care gaps

Universitet. Bolton, S & Laaser, K 2013, Work, employment and society through the lens of moral economy, Work, employment and society, 27(3): 508-525. Breivik, JK 2015, ‘’Lille Norge’: emigranters felleskapsutfordringer i Spania’, Tidsskrift for Velferdsforskning, vol 18, no 1, pp 34-47. Gavanas, Anna (2006). “De Onämnbara: jämlikhet, ”svenskhet” och privata hushållstjänster i pigdebattens Sverige.” Chapter in ”Arbetslivets (o)synliga murar,” edited by Paulina de los Reyes, SOU 2006:59. Gavanas, Anna and

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Creative economies in Romania – spatial projections and trends

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The delay economy of “continuity” and the emerging impatience culture of the digital era

longer forced to watch time-structured television schedules – they have other options. The analysis will show how the communicative behaviour of the four channels, in different ways, is part of what I call a traditional delay economy associated with linear television, which relies heavily on the patience of the implied viewers. The article then discusses how the delay economy might be challenged by what I call an emerging impatience culture . The article suggests that the experience of gaining instant access to desired audio-visual content and the proliferation of

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Digital Economy and Society: Baltic States in the EU Context

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