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Lina Pilelienė and Viktorija Grigaliūnaitė

References [1] Al-Majali, M. M. (2012). International Tourists Satisfaction: Case of Jordan. International Business Research, 5(9), 210-216. [2] European Commission (2014). Tourism industry sub-sectors. Country report: Lithuania. Internet access: [Accessed October 8, 2014]. [3] Grigaliūnaitė, V., & Pilelienė, L. (2014). Rural Tourist Satisfaction Index: A Case of Lithuania

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Valery Komisarov, Linda Kauškale and Natalija Lepkova

from CBRE website: Colliers International. (2015). Real Estate Market Overview. Annual Report. Latvia. Lithuania. Estonia. Retrieved from Colliers International. (2016). Real Estate Market Overview. Annual Review. Latvia. Lithuania. Estonia. Retrieved from Brett, L. D., & Schmitz, A. (2005). Real estate

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Alvija Sumskaite and Inga Juknyte-Petreikiene

Practice of Internationalisation of Higher Education and Its Counterparts in Lithuania . Kaunas: ISM. Beerkens, H. J. J. G. (2004). Global and institutional embeddedness: Higher education consortia in Europe and Southeast Asia. CHEPS [online]. Retrieved from . Brodin, J. (2010). Education for Global Competencies. An EU-Canada Exchange Programme in Higher Education and Training. Journal of Studies in International Education, 14 (5), 569-584. Bucharest Communique. (2012). Retrieved from http

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Rita Remeikiene and Ligita Gaspareniene

References Aiello, F. & Pupo, V. (2012). Structural Funds and The Economic Divide in Italy. Journal of Policy Modeling, 34 (3), 403-418. Andrulevičiūtė, V. (2015, September 21). Will Lithuania survive without EU structural funds? Delfi News. Retrieved from Balzaravičienė, S., & Pilinkienė, V. (2012). Comparison and Review of Competitiveness Indexes: Towards the EU policy. Economics and Management, 17 (1), 103

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Virginija Grybaitė and Jelena Stankevičienė


Information and communication technologies enable the emergence of a new phenomenon called the “sharing economy”. An increasing number of articles in the media as well as debates about the positive and negative aspects of the sharing economy show a growing interest in the subject. The paper aims to review the different approaches to the definition of the sharing economy and to present the authors’ views on the concept. The reviewed literature reveals the main drivers for participating in the sharing economy. A survey was conducted to learn more about the motives of Lithuanian people participating in this concept. The survey reveals the following leading factors of using the sharing economy platforms: an easy way to make extra money; supporting individuals and/or small/independent companies; meeting new people and having an interesting experience/doing something most people haven’t tried yet. The survey also reveals that most of the respondents prefer to own things rather than share them. Despite the widespread popularity of the sharing economy platforms in the world, this phenomenon is in its infancy in Lithuania.

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Stavebné a environmentálne inžinierstvo

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Stefan Kudlac, Jozef Gasparik, Milan Dedik and Petr V. Kurenkov

transport capacity of the train and railway track based on used types of wagons. In: Transport means proceedings of the 20th international conference, 5-7 October 2016 (pp. 584 – 588). Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania. [8] Buková, B., Brumerčíková, E. & Kondek, P. (2017). Determinants of distribution logistics in the construction industry. Open Engineering: formerly Central European journal of engineering. 7(1), 14-18. [9] Majerčák, J., Kudláč, Š. & Ponický, J. (2016). Innovative management of supply chains. Logi: scientific journal on

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Jakub Hašek, Roman Hruška and Aidas Vasilis Vasiliauskas

, M. & Copikova, A. (2017). The Identification of Crisis Manager Skills by Using Saaty's Method. In 16th Conference of the Eurasia-Business-and-Economics-Society, 27-29 May 2015 (pp. 341-367). Istanbul, Turkey. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-39919-5_26. [5] Stopka, O., Bartuska, L. & Kubasakova, I. (2014). Selecting the Most Suitable Region in the Selected Country for the Placement of the Bi-Modal Freight Village Using the WSA Method. In Scientific proceeding for the conference ITELMS'2014, 22-23 May 2014 (pp. 238-243). Kaunas, Lithuania. [6] CHAPS. (2017