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Municipal waste recycling in big cities in Poland in the context of ecologisation

, 781-790. DOI: Lehmann, S. (2010): Resource recovery and materials flow in the city: Zero waste and sustainable consumption as paradigms in urban development. In: Sustainable Development Law & Policy , 11(1), 28-38. Available at: , DoA:20.06.2018 Lewandowska, A. (2018): Economics of waste management in poland in the context of regional ecologization as exemplified by kujawsko-pomorskie voivodship. In: Electronic Journal of Polish Agricultural

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Optimal Spatial Allocation of Labour Force and Employment Protection Legislation (EPL)

1 Introduction Over the latest two decades, the migration flows mainly directed to the countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) have redesigned the anthropology of the so-called Western world, while they have simultaneously engineered the international mobility rules and trends. The socio-economic gap between developed and developing countries, along with other similar factors such as the migration costs borne by either the receiving countries or the migrants themselves, fuel the mobility in discussion. The respective data

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The impact of economic crisis on regional disparities and the allocation of economic branches in Greek regions

Justification for the use of Location Quotients, Regional Science and Urban Economics, (5)3, 343-355. Monastiriotis, V. (2011). Making geographical sense of the Greek austerity measures: compositional effects and long-run implications, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, (4)3, 323-337. Monastiriotis, V. (2014). Convergence through crisis? The impact of the crisis on wage returns across the Greek regions, Région et Développemen t, 39, 35-66. Norcliffe, G.B. (1982). Using Location Quotients to Estimate the Economic Base and Trade Flows

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Using GIS methods to analyse the spatial distribution and public accessibility of pharmacies in Craiova city, Romania

large flows of people most of the time. Access to a community pharmacy is not difficult and the number of pharmacies may increase, especially in the metropolitan area of Craiova city, as new authorisations can no longer be issued for Craiova city. Taking into consideration the fact that the residential areas recently developed out towards the rural area surrounding the city, new pharmacies may be established nearby. References Azhar, S. Hassali, M.A. Ibrahim, M.I.M. Ahmad, M.,-Masood, I. and Shafie, A.A. (2009). The role of pharmacists in developing

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