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An extended technology acceptance model for marketing strategies in social media

R eferences 1. Adams, D. A., Nelson, R. R., Todd, P.A. (1992). Perceived Usefulness, Ease of Use, and Usage of Information Technology: A Replication. In: MIS Quarterly , Vol. 16, pp. 227 – 247. 2. Agarwal, R., Prasad, J. (1998). A Conceptual and Operational Definition of Personal Innovativeness in the Domain of Information Technology. In: Information Systems Research , Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 204 – 215. 3. Alshare, K., Grandon, E., Miller, D. (2004). Antecedents of Computer Technology Usage: Considerations of the Technology Acceptance Model in the

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More Efficient Operations of the Company with the Help of Communication Technologies

REFERENCES 1. Seen A., J. (2007). In Information Technology: Principles and Practice, “Computer Library”, Belgrade, 2. Karic, S; Cehajic, S; Memic, H; Memic, I. (2009). Electronic Business, Department of Information Technology, Mostar, 3. Koncar J. (2008): Electronic Trade, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Economics Subotica, 4. Krstev, C, (2013). Computer Communications and Networks, taken from: http://poincare.matf.bg.ac.rs/~cvetana/Nastava/Materijal/KomunikMreze.pdf , 5. Puja, N, health information system (2006

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Analysis of the Use of Digital Technologies in Montenegro’s Tourist offer on the Example of a Hotels in Bar

REFERENCES [1]Aridi, A., 2017. Technology Transfer : Instruments and Market-based Incentives. In Financial In struments Supporting Innovation Workshop, March 1st - 2nd, 2017, Belgrade, Serbia. Belgrade, Serbia: World Bank Group. Available at: https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/sites/jrcsh/files/20170301-02-tech-transfer-innovation-aridi_en.pdf . [2] Boes, K., Buhalis, D., & Inversini, A. (2015). Conceptualising smart tourism destination dimensions. In Information and communication technologies in tourism 2015 (pp. 391-403). Springer, Cham. [3] Brandt

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Međunarodni Transferi Tehnologije i Znanja Kao Podsticajnih Faktora Razvoja Preduzeća / International Transfer of Technology and Knowledge as a Factor Stimulating Enterprise Development

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Savremeni uslovi poslovanja zahtijevaju od preduzeća brzo mijenjanje, prilagođavanje i konstantno usavršavanje. Opstanak, rast i razvoj na sve većem i dinamičnijem tržištu mogu obezbijediti preduzeća koja na vrijeme dođu do potrebnih znanja, informacija i tehnologije. To su najčešće najpotrebniji resursi za rast i razvoj i za ostvarenje postavljenih ciljeva preduzeća. Nerijetko se dešava da preduzeća ne raspolažu svim navedenim resursima i do njih, u savremenim uslovima poslovanja, dolaze na osnovu razvoja međunarodnog transfera. Međunarodna trgovina obezbjeđuje brži i lakši transfer tehnologije i znanja između zemalja na različitim krajevima svijeta. Takav način funkcionisanja i poslovanja preduzeća, tj. transfer tehnologije i znanja donosi preduzeću brojne prednosti i olakšava mu razvojni put.

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An Essential Review of Internet Banking Services in Developing Countries

R eferences Hamid, N.A.A. (2008). The Relative Importance of Trust and Usable Website Design in Building E-Loyalty Intention on Internet banking. Communications of the IBIMA, Volume 3, 101-113. AbuShanab, E., Pearson, J. (2007). Internet Banking in Jordan. Journal of Systems and Information Technology, 9(1), 78 – 97. Adapa, S., Cooksey, R. (2013). Factors Affecting Consumers’ Continued Use of Internet Banking: Empirical Evidence From Australia. Australsian Journal of Information Systems, 18(1), 5-31. Ahmad, S.Z., Khalid, K. (2017). The

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Application of Artificial Intelligence in Investment Banks

References 1. Attaran, M. (2004). Exploring the relationship between information technology and business process reengineering %J Inf. Manage. 41(5), 585-596. doi: 10.1016/s0378-7206(03)00098-3 2. Brynjolfsson, E., & Hitt, L. M. (2000). Beyond Computation: Information Technology, Organizational Transformation and Business Performance. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 14(4), 23-48. 3. Chester, A. N. (1994). Aligning Technology with Business Strategy. Research- Technology Management, 37(1), 25-32. doi: 10

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On Smart Contracts and Organisational Performance: A Review of Smart Contracts through the Blockchain Technology

, Technology, and Governance. The Journal of Economics Perspectives, 29(2), 213-238. 4. Brown, D. R., & Harvey, D. (2006). An experiential approach to organization development. New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc. 5. Chen, H., Chiang, R. H. L., & Storey, V. C. (2012). Business Intelligence and Analytics: From Big Data to Big Impact. MIS Quarterly, 36(4), 1165-1188. 6. Christidis, K., & Devetsikiotis, M. (2016). Blockchains and Smart Contracts for the Internet of Things. IEEE Access, 4, 2292-2303. 7. Chuen, D. L. K

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The Role of Energy in a Real Business Cycle Model with an Endogenous Capital Utilization Rate in a Government Sector: Lessons from Bulgaria (1999–2016)

\{ {{\pi }_{t}} \right\}_{t={0}}^{\infty },$ the realized technology process { A t } t = 0 ∞ , $\left\{ {{A}_{t}} \right\}_{t={0}}^{\infty },$ prices { p t ′ w t ′ r t } t = 0 ∞ , $\left\{ {{p}_{{{t}'}}}{{w}_{{{t}'}}}{{r}_{t}} \right\}_{t={0}}^{\infty },$ and chooses { c t , h t , u t , k t + 1 } t = 0 ∞ $\left\{ {{c}_{t}},{{h}_{t}},{{u}_{t}},{{k}_{t+1}} \right\}_{t=0}^{\infty }$ to maximize its utility subject to the budget constraint. Note that by choosing k t + 1 the household is implicitly setting investment it optimally

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