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Fostering Innovation in the National Systems: An Application to Spain

redes de aprendizaje virtual: aplicación de la técnica dafo”, available at: http://campus.usal.es/~teoriaeducacion/rev_numero_05/n5_art_colas_pablos.ht ml/ (23 March 2011). 14. Conner, K. R., Prahalad, C. K. (1996), “A Resource-Based Theory of the Firm: Knowledge versus Opportunism”, Organization Science, Vol. 7, No. 5, pp. 477-501. 15. Cooke, P. (2005), “Regionally Asymetric Knowledge Capabilities and Open Innovation”, Research Policy, Vol. 34, No. 8, pp. 1128-1149. 16. D’Aveni, R. (1994). “Hypercompetiton: Managing the Dynamics of Strategic Maneuvering”, New

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The Effect of Government Subsidy on Non-Technological Innovation and Firm Performance in the Service Sector: Evidence from Germany

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Innovation strategies in SME’s economic growth and job creation in economy

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Socio-Ecological Innovations in Marketing Strategy – A Comparative Analysis Of Companies Operating in Western European Countries and Central-Eastern European Countries

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What matters: The Formation of University Spin-offs in Europe

References 1. Aldridge, T. T., Audretsch, D. (2011), “The Bayh-Dole act and scientist entrepreneurship”, Research policy, Vol. 40, No. 8, pp.1058-1067. 2. Bercovitz, J., Feldman, M. (2008), “Academic entrepreneurs: Organizational change at the individual level”, Organization Science, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 69-89. 3. Bigliardi, B., Galati, F., Verbano, C. (2013), “Evaluating performance of university spin-off companies: Lessons from Italy”, Journal of technology management & innovation, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 178-188. 4. Chesbrough, H. W. (2006

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Achieving Portfolio Diversification through Cryptocurrencies in European Markets

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Background: Cryptocurrencies represent a specific technological innovation in financial markets that keeps getting more and more popular among investors around the world. Given the specific characteristics of the cryptocurrencies, this paper examines the possibility of their use as a diversification instrument.

Objectives: This paper examines the direction and strength of the relationship between the selected cryptocurrencies and important financial indicators on the European Union market. Since cryptocurrencies are a novelty in the financial system, the empirical literature in this area is rather scarce.

Methods/Approach: In order to assess diversification properties of cryptocurrencies for European traders, a comprehensive econometric analysis was carried out. The first part of the analysis refers to the estimation of the multivariate Generalized Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity (GARCH) model, whereas the second part focuses on wavelet transforms.

Results: Bitcoin and Ripple proved as a possible diversification instrument on most of the observed European markets since corresponding coefficients of unconditional correlation are negative.

Conclusions: The relationship between the value of the cryptocurrencies and selected indices is generally very weak and slightly negative, indicating that some cryptocurrencies can serve as a means of diversification. However, investors need to take into account the extreme volatility, exhibited in all existing cryptocurrencies.

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Social Responsibility and Loyalty in Public Relations Codes

giornalismo secondo Luka Brajnovic” (“Fundamental criteria of public relations in codes of ethics. A comparison with the ethical criteria of journalism according to Luka Brajnović”), Dissertation, Rome, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, pp. 186-194. 22. Kolić Stanić, M. (2018b), “Education as the Essential Part of Public Relations Ethics Codes”, in the Proceedings of the 4th ENTerprise REsearch InNOVAtion Conference, Udruga za promicanje inovacija i istraživanja u ekonomiji “IRENET”, Zagreb, Croatia, pp. 98-104. 23. Kolić Stanić, M. (2018c), “Ethics as

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Foreign-Versus Domestic-Owned firms in the Predicament ‘Cui bono?’

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Employers’ Perceptions of Business and Economics Graduates’ Competencies in Croatia

, M. N., Salahudin, S. N. (2015), “Employability Competencies of Business Management and Accounting Employed Graduates (COBA Employed Graduates): Producing Graduates Who Meet Employer Expectation”, in National Symposium & Accounting (NSEBA 2014) Empowering Social Transformation through Business Innovation”, pp. 1–18. 32. Sánchez, A. V., Ruiz, M. P., Olalla, A. G., Mora, G. M., Paredes, J. A. M., Otero, J. M., Ildefonso, I. M. S., Eizaguirre, J. S. (2008), Competence-based learning: A proposal for the assessment of generic competences, Bilbao: University of

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