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Kamilla Sheryazdanova

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Roberta Medda-Windischer

Discourse on Migration in South Tyrol. In: Medda-Windischer, Roberta–Carlà, Andrea (eds), Migration and Autonomous Territories: The Case of South Tyrol and Catalonia . Leiden: Koninklijke Brill. 65–99. EUROSTAT. 2018 (March). Migration and Migrant Population Statistics. Available at: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/pdfscache/1275.pdf . GAGNON, Alain-G. 2009. Immigration in a Multinational Context. From Laissez-faire to an Institutional Framework in Quebec. In: Zapata-Barrero, Ricard (ed.), Immigration and Self-government of Minority

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Christopher Houtkamp

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Zsuzsanna Tomor

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Abhimanyu Sharma

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Edith Oltay

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Eleonóra Matkovits-Kretz

. Christian. 2012. Migration im Donauraum. Die Ansiedlung dér Deutschen im 18. Jahrhundert und Híre Folge. Ulm: Stiftung Donauschwábisches Zentralmus eum. GONDA Gábor. 2014. Kitaszítva. Kényszeremigráció, nemzetiségpolitika és földreform németek által lakott dél-és nyugat-dunántúli településeken 1944- l\948 (Left Out. Forced Emigration, National Politics and Agrarian Reform in Settlements of Southern and Western Transdanubia Inhabited by Germans 1944-1948). Pécs: Kronosz Kiadó. MOLNÁR Csaba. 2013. Migráció a Duna térségében. A németek

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Nevena Gojkovic Turunz

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Roberta Medda-Windischer

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Norbert Varga and Andrea Szikra

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This study presents a sociological analysis of the Holy Books of two world religions (the Bible and the Quran) since, according to prognoses and risk analyses, a political, economic, cultural, and religious confrontation between the world religions will be unavoidable. Special economic and political aspects also contribute to the up-to-datedness of the topic in the democratic world; in fact: the economic crisis at the beginning of the 21st century, the difficulties of managing the crisis with traditional micro- and macroeconomic tools as well as the Europe-wide issue of migration processes. These challenges have directed our attention to alternative economic solutions and policy options, including theories on ethical basis. Modern academic discourse has recently started to direct research at leadership skills as acknowledged forms of talent. The priority of moral talent is never disputed in the Bible and the Quran, more so by certain leaders holding political or economic positions.