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Przemysław Konieczka and Adam Szyszka

Finance: Vol. 2, Oxford, UK: North Holland Fuller K.P., Goldstein, M. (2011), Do dividends matter more in declining markets, Journal of Corporate Finance, No. 17, pp. 457-473 Fama E., French K. (2001), Disappearing Dividends: Changing Firm Characteristics or Lower Propensity to Pay? Journal of Financial Economics, No. 60, pp. 3-43 Julio B., Ikenberry L. (2004), Reappearing dividends, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, No. 16, pp. 89-100 Hansen L.P., Heaton J.C., Li N. (2005), Intangible risk, in: Corrado C., Haltiwanger J., Sichel D. (eds.), Measuring Capital in

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Nugzar Todua, Teona Gogitidze and Jaba Phutkaradze

market , Finance and Statistics]. Boccaletti, S., Moro, D. (2000), Consumer Willingness To Pay For GM Food Productions in Italy, AgBioForum – The Journal of Agro Biotechnology Management & Economics , Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 259–267. Buhr, B. L., Hayes, D. J., Shogren, J. F., Kliebenstein, J. B. (1993), Valuing Ambiguity: The Case of Genetically Engineered Growth Enhancers, Journal of Agricultural and Research Economics, 18 (2), pp. 175–184. Churchill, G., Brown, T. (2007), Маркетинговые исследования [ Marketing Research ], 5th edition, Piter, St

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Sharmila Pudaruth, Thanika Devi Juwaheer and Umme Yusra Koodruth

). The Effects of Knowledge and Attitudes upon Greeks’ Pro-environmental Purchasing Behaviour. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Vol 14 no. 3, pp. 121-134. Todd, A.M. (2004). The aesthetic turn in green marketing. Ethics & the Environment, Vol 9 no. 2, pp 86-102. Tsen, C., Phang, G., Hasan, H. Buncha, M. (2006). Going green: A study of consumers' willingness to pay for green products in Kota Kinabalu. International Journal of Business and Society, Vol 7 no. 2, pp. 40-54. Tu, J., Kao, T. Tu, Y. (2013). Influences of

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Dan-Cristian Dabija, Juraj Chebeň and Drahoslav Lančarič

, L.C., Stillman, D., (2009): When generations collide: Who they are. Why they clash. How to solve the generational puzzle at work, New York, Harper Collins. Laroche, M., Bergeron, J., Barbaro-Forleo, G., (2001), Targeting Consumers who are Willing to Pay more for Environmentally Friendly Products, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 503-520. Martin, D., Schouten, J., (2012): Sustainable Marketing, Boston, Columbus etc., Prentice Hall. Menon, A., Menon, A., (1997), Enviropreneurial marketing strategy

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Piotr Wójcik

-comparison advertising on buyers’ perceptions of acquisition value, transaction value, and behavioral intentions, Journal of Marketing, Vol. 62, pp. 46–59 Ha-Brookshire J.E., Norum P.S., 2011, Willingness to pay for socially responsible products: case of cotton apparel, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Vol. 28, No. 5, pp. 344–353 Hair J.F., Black W.C., Rabin B.J., Anderson R.E., 2009, Multivariate Data Analysis (7 th ed.), Englewood Clifs, NJ: Prentice Hall Holbrook M.B., 1994, Te nature of customer value: an axiology of services in the consumption experience, in: R.T. Rust, and

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Ada T. Cenkci

[1968] differentiated between attitudinal and behavioral compliance. The former is the degree to which a target person is willing by him/herself to fulfill an actor’s wishes (with or without acting accordingly), while the latter refers to the extent to which a target person adheres behaviorally to those wishes (with or without being willing to do so by him/herself) [ Emans et al., 2003 ]. Rahim and Afza [1993] stated that a power base is effective to the degree to which it causes both attitudinal and behavioral compliance, where the latter results from a target’s wish

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Andreas Nölke

1 Introduction Research on emerging markets has been neglected in the comparative capitalism (CC) research tradition. The original Varieties of Capitalism (VoC) framework [ Hall and Soskice, 2001 ] did not pay attention to emerging markets at all. Its basic features, a juxtaposition of coordinated market economy (CME) and liberal market economy (LME), were mainly based on illustrations of the German and US economic systems. However, its basic features still are canonical for CC scholarship today, in particular the distinction of five institutional spheres

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Jarosław Kowalski and Bożena Ewa Matusiak

paying electricity bills in the household. The total sample was random quota based and consisted of 1,660 people in Poland, 1,639 in the Netherlands, and 1,545 in Portugal. To ensure representativeness in each country, the sample structure was adjusted using analytical weights to reflect the population of each country based on gender, age, education, and region of residence. At this stage, we asked people about the detailed concept of the HEMS which was prepared during the e-balance project. 2) User tests conducted in June and July 2017 in 38 households in the town

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Urszula Garczarek-Bąk

location of the user’s eye gaze at a particular moment in time provided the most basic unit of analysis for visual attention understanding. Generally, eye movements consist of a series of fixations and saccades while viewing images or reading information. The duration describes the length of time that a user fixates on a particular area on the screen. It is used to understand whether the subject is paying attention to a specific visual element. A fixation is usually defined as a relatively stable state of eye movement (ranges from 100 to 500 ms, depending on the viewed

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Kornelia Osieczko and Jan Polaszczyk

indexes, mentioned by Prakash et al. [2011] , IEA [2007] , Scheepers et al. [2007] , Bollen [2008] , Le Coq and Paltsey [2009] and Quemada et al. [2012] , refer to a similar issue: indexes based on the Shannon Diversity Index [ Energypolicyblog, 2018 ]; geopolitical energy security measure [ Blyth and Lefevre, 2004 ]; Energy Security Indexes: ESIprice + ESIvolume [ IEA, 2007 ]; Supply/ demand index for the long-term security of supplies [ Scheepers et al., 2007 ]; Willingness to pay function, for security of supplies [ Bollen, 2008