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Jaroslav Dvorak

priimamoms reguliavimo priemonėms vertinti. Verslas: Teorija ir Praktika, 9(3). Government of Lithuania „The Law of the Legislation Basics of Lithuania” No. XI-2220 // Valstybės žinios, 2012.11.06 No. 110-5564. Government of Lithuania resolution „Approval of the Prospective Regulatory Impact Assessment Methodology” No. 276 // Valstybės žinios, 2003.02.26 No. 23-975. Government of Lithuania resolution „On the Legislation Rules of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and Approval of Sample Form of Regulatory Monitoring

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Justyna Dobroszek and Anna Szychta

. Szychta, A. (2002). The scope of application of management accounting methods in Polish enterprises. Management Accounting Research, 13(4): 401-418. Szychta, A. (2007). Etapy ewolucji i kierunki integracji metod rachunkowości zarządczej. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego. Szychta, A. (2009). Changes in management accounting practice in Poland. In: I. Sobańska, L. Bagdonienė, Č. Christauskas and W.A. Nowak (eds.), Enterprise Accounting and Management under Globalization: Recent Evidence from Poland and Lithuania. Łódź: University

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Aleksandra Rudawska

Employers) (2013). Job Outlook 2014. Bethlehem: NACE. Pfaff, E. and Huddleston, P. (2003). Does it matters if I hate teamwork? What impacts student attitudes toward teamwork? Journal of Marketing Education, 23(1): 37-45, Pineda, R.C., Barger, B. and Lerner, L.D. (2009). Exploring differences in student perceptions of teamwork: the case of U.S. and Lithuanian students. Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies, 1: 1-9. Rokeach, M. (1966). Attitude change and behavioral

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Tomasz Ingram, Teresa Kraśnicka, Martyna Wronka-Pośpiech, Grzegorz Głód and Wojciech Głód

typologies in discrete manufacturing industries. Strategic Management Journal, 16: 75-83, Kriauciunas, A. and Kale, P. (2006). The impact of socialist imprinting and search on resource change: A study of firms in Lithuania. Strategic Management Journal, 27(7): 659-679, Laugen, B.T., Boer, H. and Acur, N. (2006). The new product development improvement motives and practices of Miles and Snow’s prospectors, analyzers and defenders. Creativity & Innovation Management, 15

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Mihaela Simionescu


Considering the potential factors that might generate economic growth, a target for any economy, this paper identified some determinants of economic growth in the countries from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE countries) that are member states of the European Union. The foreign direct investment was the most important determinant of economic growth in most of the countries (Bulgaria, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania) in the period 2003-2016, according to Bayesian bridge regressions. The indicators related to the level and the quality of labour resources proved to be insignificant in explaining the economic growth in these countries. Moreover, in Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, the government expenditure on education had a negative effect on economic growth.

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Ioan Gh. Pop, Ioan S. Fotea and Silvia L. Fotea

,” Knowledge in Organizations , L. Prusak, Editor, Butterworth-Heinemann, Woburn, MA. 70. Pop, I. G., Mătieş, V., (2008a), A Transdisciplinary Approach to Knowledge in Mechatronical Education, 7th France-Japan and 5th Europe-Asia Mechatronics Congress , Anecy, May 21-23, pp. 195-198. 71. Pop, I.G., (2009a), Creativity as a Reflexive Transdisciplinary Language in the Mechatronical Knowledge, “Problems of Education in the 21st Century”, Lithuania , vol.13 (13), pp. 94-102, may, 2009; 11, SMC “Scientia Educologica”, Lithuania, ISSN 1822-7864 ; 72. Pop, I