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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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Asta Gaigalienė and Dovydas Česnys

–25. Internet access: https://www.datasociety.net/pubs/dcr/PeertoPeerLending.pdf 19. Milne, A., Parboteeah, P. (2016). The Business Models and Economics of Peer-to-Peer Lending. Internet access: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2763682 20. Pokorna, M., Sponer, M. (2016). Social Lending and its Risks // Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 220, pp. 330–337. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2016.05.506 21. Republic of Lithuania Law on Consumer Credit. No. XII-1989. Internet access: https://e-seimas.lrs.lt/portal/legalAct/lt/TAD/5c534e403c5c11e68f278

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Julius Ramanauskas, Rimantas Stašys and Francesco Contò

. - Holland: Springer. 25. Kozuch, A., Koloszko-Chomentowska, Z. (2006). A New Look at the Agricultural and Rural Cooperative Movement // Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development. No. 1 (7), p. 77-80. 26. Lietuvos Respublikos kredito unijų įstatymas (2000). Valstybės žinios, 45-1289. 27. Liutinskienė, J. (2014). Credit Unions’ System in Lithuania. The European Microfinance Network 11th Annual Conference in Lisbon on June 19th and 20th, 2014. Internet access: <http

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Jūratė Kuklytė and Jolita Vveinhardt

. Upward, A., Jones, P. (2016). An Ontology for Strongly Sustainable Business Models: Defining an Enterprise Framework Compatible with Natural and Social Science // Organization & Environment. Vol. 29, Issue 2, p. 97-123. doi: 10.1177/1086026615592933. 64. Urmanavičienė, A., Čižikienė, J., Raišienė, A. G. (2015). Are Social Enterprises Ready to Help in Solving Societal Problems?: The Case of Lithuania // Contemporary Research on Organization Management and Administration. Vol. 1, Issue 3, p. 6-26. 65. Vaitkevičius, R., Saudargienė, A

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Journal of Management, Informatics and Human Resources

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Sonata Staniulienė and Brigita Kučinskaitė

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The paper investigates interpersonal and work relationships in Lithuanian companies based on scientific literature analysis and qualitative research. The authors present the findings of a questionnaire survey conducted on employees’ work relationships in Lithuanian companies.

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Irena Bakanauskienė, Rita Bendaravičienė and Laima Barkauskė

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Elections of the most attractive employer take place both in Lithuania and worldwide. Instruments used to measure organizational attractiveness in these elections are focused on a priori features of a universal “employer of choice” and therefore neglecting a fact that people may have different perceptions and preferences. Addressing this limitation the article presents the results of an empirical study of employer attractiveness in Lithuanian business sector. Based on the responses (N = 1020) to an open-ended question, the study allowed to identify the most important features of an attractive employer, namely: attractive salary, good working atmosphere, flexibility and freedom at work, timely payment of wages.

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Valentina Burksiene, Jaroslav Dvorak and Gabriele Burbulyte-Tsiskarishvili

., & Kurowska-Pysz, J. (2016). Cultural Integration and Cross-cultural Management Challenges in the Central European Countries: Lithuania and Poland. European Integration Studies , (10), 29-43, http://dx.doi.org/10.5755/j01.eis.0.10.16281 Griffiths, R. (2006). City/culture discourses: Evidence from the competition to select the European Capital of Culture 2008. European Planning Studies , 14(4), 415-430, https://doi.org/10.1080/09654310500421048 Hawkes, J. (2001). The Fourth Pillar of Sustainability: Culture's essential role in public planning . Common Ground

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Vesna Novak, Anja Žnidaršič and Polona Šprajc

ambiguities, new uncertainties. Journal of Management Studies , 40 (4), 983-1004, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-6486.00367 Chanda, A. & Kabra, S. (2000). Human resource strategy-architecture for change . New Delhi, India: Response Books. Devjak, T., Devjak, S. & Polak, A. (2014). Dejavniki vpliva na izbiro pedagoškega poklica: motivi, pričakovanja in profesionalni razvoj. Didactica Slovenica - Pedagoška Obzorja , 29(1), 3–18. Diskienė, D. & Marčinskas, A. (2007). Lithuanian managerial potential: state and perspectives . Vilnius, Lithuania: VU

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Liliya Satalkina and Nestor Shpak

and Competitive Environment 2014. Elsevier Science Bv: Amsterdam, pp.725-732. Varmus, M. & Lendel, V. (2015). Innovative climate and lateral thinking – the key factors for work with innovations in the enterprise, Forum Scientiae Oeconomia , 3(3), 5-11. Volynets, I. (2015). Social Innovation and Aboriginal Communities, UAKN National Secretariat: National Association of Friendship Centres. Vveinhardt, J. & Kuklytė, J. (2016). Development improvement programme of social business models in Lithuania, Forum Scientiae Oeconomia, 4(3), 149