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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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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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Hybridization Revisited: New Insights from the Evolutionary Approach

Tóth, A. (2006). Who is hybridizing what? Insights on MNCs’ employment practices in Central Europe. In: Multinationals, Institutions and the Construction of Transnational Practices. Palgrave Macmillan UK, Mendel, G. (2008). Experiments in plant hybridization, Cosimo Classics. Read at the February 8th, and March 8th, 1865, meetings of the Brünn Natural History Society. Nelson, R.R. and Winter, S.G. (2009). An evolutionary theory of economic change. Harvard University Press

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The Specificity of Boards of Directors in Russian Companies

References Aluchna, M. (2007). Mechanizmy corporate governance w spółkach giełdowych. Warszawa: Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH. Aluchna, M. (2013). Executive Compensation. A Review of the Latest Research. Management and Business Administration. Central Europe, 22(3): 3-14, Avdasheva, S., Dolgopyatova, T. and Pleines H., (2007). Corporate Governance in Russian Companies with State Ownership (in Russian). HSE Working Paper WP1/2007/01. Obtained from: https

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Supervisory Board Composition and Firm Financial Performance: A Case of Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange

-141). Palgrave Macmillan UK. Hardi, P. and Buti, K. (2012). Corporate governance variables: lessons from a holistic approach to Central-Eastern European practice. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society, 12(1): 101-117, Herdjiono, I. and Sari, I.M. (2017). The Effect of Corporate Governance on the Performance of a Company. Some Empirical Findings from Indonesia. Journal of Management and Business Administration, 25(1): 33-52. Hillman, A.J. and Dalziel, T

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Stock Market Reaction to CEO Appointment – Preliminary Results

-18. Jaskóła, K. (2011). Are development of the human and organization contrary to each other? Practical considerations. The interview with Konrad Jaskóła - the chairman of the Polimex Mostostal S.A. Management and Business Administration. Central Europe, 19(1): 14-20. Jehn, K.A. and Bezrukova, K. (2004). A field study of group diversity, group context, and performance. Journal of Organizational Behavior, Special Issue: Diversity and the Workplace, 25(6): 703-729, (25.02.2016). Kaiser, R

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Appreciation of the Swiss Franc and its Impact on Romania and other Central and Eastern European Countries

Swiss Loan Costs Hurt Banks , retrived from:, Accessed in january 2015; 11. OECD (2014), Central European Country - Economic forecast summary, retrived from:, Accessed in january 2015; 12. Financial Stability Report 2014, retrived from, Accessed in january 2015; 13. Eurostat (2014), retrived from http

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Contribution of the EU Budget to the Implementation of the Social Cohesion Policy of the European Union

Agenda on Migration, Communication to the European Parliament, the European Council and the Council, COM(2015) 490 final, Brussels. European Commission (2015c). Assessment of the Social Impact of the new Stability Support Programme for Greece, Commission Staff Working Document, SWD(2015) 162 final, Brussels. European Commission (2015d). On steps towards completing the Economic and Monetary Union, Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council and the European Central Bank, COM(2015) 600 final, Brussels

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Business History in Poland: Current State and Future Potential


Purpose: This article explores the gap in the business history literature devoted to Central and Eastern Europe and discusses the potential of conducting business history research in Poland. Methodology: This is an explorative and tentative study based on a recently developed database of 387 Polish companies which are more than 100 years old. Findings: The article explores the reasons behind the lack of business history debate in the Polish academia and discusses its future potential. We argue that given the size of population and a unique historical context, the Polish sample is worth studying as it can provide valuable contributions to well established debates in the field of business history debates covering issues such as continuity, longevity, and survival strategies. Research limitations and implications: This is an explorative and tentative study and therefore has several limitations, including a limited scope of companies included in the database, sources of data, and poor quality of corporate archives. Originality and value: This is the first article explicitly discussing the potential of conducting business history studies in the context of empirical data concerning Polish long-lived companies.

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