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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

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Juxtaposition of Organizational Competitive Factors and Performance Evaluation in Conjunction with Their Implications for HRM in MNCs: Part One, Contextual Review and Comparison of Central European and Polish Findings

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Oil-Price Volatility and Macroeconomic Spillovers in Central and Eastern Europe: Evidence from a Multivariate GARCH Model

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Competency Management in Central Europe: A Comparison of Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian Competency Needs

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Analysis of Higher Education Indicators Coherency in Central and Eastern Europe

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Openness and Financial Development in Central and Eastern European Countries

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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

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

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