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Exploring Companies’ Innovation Policies in the Industrial Sector in Central and Eastern Europe

. The A-to-F model. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, Trott, P. (2008). Innovation Management and New Product Development. Harlow: Prentice Hall. Wójcik, P. (2016). How Creating Shared Value Differs from Corporate Social Responsibility. Journal of Management and Business Administration. Central Europe, 24(2): 32-55.

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Response of Central European Civil Security Systems to the Economic Crisis

security systems. Retrived from ANVIL website: (Accessed 1. 5. 2015) Brazova, V. K., Matczak, P., & Takacs, V. (2015). Evolution of civil security systems: the case of three Central European countries. Journal of Risk Research, 18(5-6), 789-806. Brazova, V. K., Matczak, P., & Grodzki, R. (2014). Effectiveness of the Governance Framework in Dealing with Disasters: Czech, Polish and Slovak perspective. In Nađ, I. (Ed.), Crisis Management Days: Book of Papers (pp. 363

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Anytime? Anywhere? The seasonality of flight offers in Central Europe

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Financial sustainability of social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe

differ from other Forms of Enterprise. Calitatea. Acces la succes/Quality. Access to Success (Scientific Journal of Management Systems ©SRAC), 17(153), 23-27/108-110. Staicu D. (2017). Policy framework and legal forms of social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe. Proceedings of the International Conference on Business Excellence, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 875-883. ISSN (Online) 2558-9652. doi: Sunley, P. and Pinch, S. (2012). Financing social enterprise: social bricolage or evolutionary

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Policy framework and legal forms of social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe

eco-systems: A European mapping report Updated country report: Slovakia. Retrieved from European Commission, Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion Website: . Labaye, E., Sjåtil, P.E., Bogdan, W., Novak, J., Mischke, J., Fruk, M., Ionuțiu, O. (2013). A new dawn: Reigniting growth in Central and Eastern Europe . Retrieved from McKinsey Global Institute Website: . O’Byrne, D., Lean, J., Moizer, J

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What can institutional analysis say about capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe? Results and limitations

1 Introduction Institutional analysis has been generally accepted as a necessary way of understanding socioeconomic development. There are several studies in the literature which use this methodology in the investigation of the transition from a socialist to a capitalist system and the stabilized institutional arrangement of post-socialist countries. This paper examines how institutional analysis can contribute to the understanding of the current position and future perspectives of Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries which are European Union (EU

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Analysis of social models in Central and Eastern Europe - A focus on poverty and social exclusion

for the Knowledge Society, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 456-473. Szyjko, C.T. (2011). Future of the European social model. Journal of International Relations, 9(1), 84-96. Timofei, L. (2011). The European Social Model - pros and cons. Journal of Doctoral Research in Economics, III(4), 11-18. World Bank (2014). Strengthening recovery in Central and Eastern Europe - EU 11 Regular Economic Report. Retrieved from

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A cohort perspective on the fertility postponement transition and low fertility in Central Europe

References BILLARI, F. C., KOHLER, H. P. (2004): Patterns of Low and Lowest-Low Fertility in Europe. Population Studies, 58(2): 161–176. BILLINGSLEY, S. (2010): The Post-Communist Fertility Puzzle. Population Research Policy Review, 29(2): 193–231. BOSVELD, W. (1996): The ageing of fertility in Europe. A comparative demographic-analytic study. Doctoral dissertation. PDOD Publications, Amsterdam, Thesis Publishers. BRZOZOWSKA, Z. (2015): Female Education and Fertility under State Socialism in Central and Eastern Europe. Population, 70

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Specifics of IFRS Adoption by Central and Eastern European Countries: Evidence from Research

Albu, C. N., 2014. IFRS Application in Central and South-Eastern European Countries. Accounting & Management Information Systems, 13 (2), 182-197. Albu, N., Lupu, I., and Sandu, R., 2014. Multinationals as Vectors of Corporate Governance Improvement in Emerging Economies in Eastern Europe: A Case Study. In S. Boubaker and D. K. Nguyen (Eds.), Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets (pp. 331-349). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi: Alon, A., 2013. Complexity and Dual Institutionality: The

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Determinants of Banks’ Performance: the Case of ROE Of G-SIBs in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe

References Allen, F., Jackowicz, K., Kowalewski, O. and Kozłowski, Ł. (2015). Bank lending, crises, and changing ownership structure in Central and Eastern European countries. Journal of Corporate Finance, Athanasoglou, P., Brissimis, S. and Delis, M. (2008). Bank-specific, industry-specific and macroeconomic determinants of bank profitability. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 18(2): 121-136,

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