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Innovation Policy as a New Development Driver of the Regions in Slovakia: Does Activity of Regional Self-government Matter?

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Building Business Relationships Through the Web: How Medical Technology Companies Enroll Stakeholders in Innovation Development and Uptake

Argument on the Web’, Journal of Business Ethics , 62: 355-366. Denis, J. -L., Hébert, Y., Langley, A., Lozeau, D. and L-H. Trottier (2002) ‘Explaining Diffusion Patterns for Complex Health Care Innovations’, Health Care Management Review , 27: 60-73. Esrock, S. L., and G. B. Leichty (2000) ‘Organization of Corporate Web Pages: Publics and Functions’, Public Relations Review , 26: 327-344. Flyvberg, B. (2011). Case study. In N.K. Denzin & Y.S. Lincoln (eds). The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research 4th Edition (pp. 301-316). Thousand Oaks

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Mobile Eating: A Cultural Perspective

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Over 80 percent of North Americans regularly eat in the car, yet neither mobility literature nor expanding discussions of food cultures focus on the practice. Two studies shed light on eating in the car. First, North American’s distinct, dynamic, and embedded mobile food infrastructure is outlined via discussion of noteworthy innovations - from the 19th century dining car to the 21st century drive thru - that food entrepreneurs constructed to facilitate eating on the go. Second, four exploratory focus groups investigate the meanings and practices drivers associate with eating in the car. Together findings suggest that eating in the car is compromised by the demands of accelerating modernity. Framing eating in the car as simply another facet of an obesity crisis, as culinary preference, or personal choice and responsibility limits full understanding of the cultural anxieties, environmental and health risks surrounding this widespread food practice.

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Trends and Challenges for Social Enterprises in Romania

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The Romanian Pension System Reforms: Evidences from Legislative Roll Call Analysis

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Alternative Forms of Spirituality and the Socialization of a Self-Enhancing Subjectivity: Features of the Post-Secular Religious Space in Contemporary Romania

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America and Human Capital Formation in Communist Europe Aspirations, Reactions and Results

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Mapping of Academic Production on Social Enterprises: An international analysis for the growth of this field

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Institutional Logics as orchestras’ strategic dilemma

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Personal and Spiritual Development in Contemporary Romania: In Search of Ambivalence

2 This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation, CNCS - UEFISCDI, project number PN-II-RU-TE-2014-4-2515. REFERENCES Binkley, S. (2009). The Work of Neoliberal Governmentality: Temporality and Ethical Substance in the Tale of Two Dads. Foucault Studies (6):60. Binkley, S. (2011). Happiness, positive psychology and the program of neoliberal governmentality. Subjectivity 4:371–394. Bondi, L. (2005). Working the spaces of neoliberal subjectivity: Psychotherapeutic

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