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Oleksandr Chernyak, Ganna Kharlamova and Andriy Stavytskyy

, Development and Security, London: Palgrave Macmillan Education. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-41008-5 Large Energy (2016), Large Energy User Group Index Scores and Rankings (1980- 2014), 2016 edition FINAL, Institute for 21st Century Energy. Lipp, J. (2007), ‘Lessons for effective renewable electricity policy from Denmark, Germany and the United Kingdom,’ Energy Policy, vol. 35, no. 11, pp. 5481-5495. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2007.05.015 Lucas, J.; Francés, G. & González, E. (2016), ‘Energy security and renewable

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Zahid Shahab Ahmed

extremists for setting scores against members of other Muslim sects, such as Sunnis against Shias. Looking at the recent history of Pakistan with reference to the promotion of pluralism, the era of General Pervez Musharraf – 1999–2002 Chief Executive of Pakistan and 2001–2008 President of Pakistan – should be analysed. The focus of this paper is to analyse relevant aspects of Musharraf’s regime before and after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 (henceforth 9/11). It was a time when the global landscape suddenly shifted following the 9/11 terrorists attacks

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Diana Elena Vasiu

REFERENCES Altman, E. I. (1968). Financial Ratios, Discriminating Analysis and the Prediction of Corporate Bankruptcy. Journal of Finance , 23(4), 589-609, Altman, E. I. (2018). Applications of Distress Prediction models: What Have We Learned after 50 Years from the Z-Score models?. International Journal of Financial Studies, MDPI, Open Access Journal, vol. 6(3) , 1-15. Balteş, N. (coord.). (2003). Analiza economico-financiară a întreprinderii . Sibiu: Editura Universităţii “Lucian Blaga”, 295-304. Balteş, N. (coord.). (2010

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Vědunka Kopečná

REFERENCES Abadie, A. (2002). Bootstrap Tests for Distributional Treatment Effects in Instrumental Variable Models. Journal of the American Statistical Association . 97(457), p. 284-292. Aldrich, J. H. and Nelson, F. D. (1984). Linear Probability, Logit, and Probit Models . 1 st edition. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications. Becker, S. O. and Ichino, A. (2002). Estimation of average treatment effects based on propensity scores. The Stata Journal . 1(4), p. 358–377. Cameron, A. C. and Trivedi, P. K. (2013). Microeconometrics: methods and

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Arno Tausch and Almas Heshmati

activity, Journal of Economic Surveys, in press. McLeod, L. D., Swygert, K. A. and Th issen, D. 2001. Factor analysis for items scored in two categories. In: Test scoring (D. Th issen & H. Wainer (Eds.)), pp. 189-216). Mahwah, N. J.: Erlbaum. Minkov, M. 2009. Predictors of Diff erences in Subjective Well-Being across 97 Nations. Cross-Cultural Research, 43, 152-179. Minkov, M. and Hofstede, G. 2011. Cultural diff erences in a globalizing world. Bingley, UK: Emerald. Minkov, M. and Hofstede, G. 2013. Cross

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Lucia-Larissa Palea, Simona Boştină-Bratu and Alina Negoescu

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Evaluation is a very complex process, which involves a continuous effort to reduce subjectivity from the evaluation procedure in giving grades, scores, marks, percentages etc. The assessment of the instructional process is a controversial topic due to the human factor involved in this process of valorization of learning outcomes. The issue in question breeds discussions on morality, since the future of the testees depends on the facts of examination and of the factually proved objectivity. Evaluation is therefore a pedagogical concept that transcends the definition of measure and the appreciation of the students’ performance. It refers to the process of determining and assessing learning outcomes by revealing the contribution of each resource in the teaching-learning process. The purpose of this paper is to point out some of the major elements of the evaluation process in the context of enhancing the quality of the educational act.

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Ondřej Hora

of Propensity Score Matching . Bonn: The Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). Caliendo, M., Künn, S., & Schmidl, R. (2011). Fighting Youth Unemployment: The Effects of Active Labor Market Policies . Bonn: The Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). Caliendo, M., & Schmidl, R. (2016). Youth unemployment and active labor market policies in Europe. IZA Journal of Labour Policy, 5 (1), 1-30. Doi: 10.1186/s40173-016-0057-x Calmfors, L., Forslund, A., & Hemström, M. (2002). Does active labour market policy work? Lessons from the Swedish

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Jakub Popelka

References Boyne, G. (2004). Explaining Public Service Performance: Does Management Matter? Public Policy Administration, 19(4), 100-117. Bureš, R. (2010). Transparentnost a financování sportovní politiky na místní úrovni. In I. Slepičková & P. Slepička. (Eds.), Sport a politika (pp. 78-90). Praha: UK FTVS. Coalter, F. (2007). A wider social role for sport: Who’s keeping the score? London: Routledge. Collins, M. (2004). Sport, physical activity and social exclusion. Journal of Sports Sciences, 22

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Vilém Řehák

, and promoting a sustainable economy including preserving Kenya ’ s natural gifts .” (8) The presented excerpts show that US relations with Kenya follow the four pillars delineated in the 2012 African strategy and that these pillars are interconnected. The US narrative can be summarized in the following way: the US will cooperate with Africa so as the continent participates more actively on the global economic relations and benefits from them, but this requires that Africa improves its score on security, democracy and human rights, infrastructure and human capital