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Foreign Direct Investment: Implications for FDI in Eastern Europe. A Summary of the Literature, [in:] J. Witkowska, Z. Wysokińska (eds.) Motivation of Foreign Direct Investors and their Propensity to Exports in the Context European Integration Process. Empirical Studies with Special Reference to Eastern and Central European Countries, University of Lodz, Łódź. OECD data base, Pelkmans J. (2001), Second Edition. European Integration, Methods and Economic Analysis, Longman, Harlow- New York. Robson P. (1987), The Economics of International

Journal of Economics. 94(-), 29-47. DOI: 10.2307/3440244. Javorcik, B. S. (2004). Does Foreign Direct Investment Increase the Productivity of Domestic Firms? In Search of Spillovers Through Backward Linkages. The American Economic Review. 94(3), 605-627. DOI: 10.1257/0002828041464605. Keller, W. & Yeaple, S. R. (2009). Multinational Enterprises, International Trade, and Productivity Growth: Firm-Level Evidence from the United States. Review of Economics and Statistics. 91(4), 821-831. DOI: 10.3386/w9504. Klein, R. & Rai, A. (2009). Interfirm Strategic Information Flows

). Determining Investor Suitability Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process. Financial Analysts Journal, 51 (4), 63-75, Cain, D. M., & Davidoff Solomon, S. M. (2011). Form over Substance – The Value of Corporate Process and Management Buy-Outs. Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, 36 , 849-902. Cheng, C.-L. (2012). The use of financial ratios to predict bankruptcy: A study of the board of directors on corporate performance . ProQuest. Retrieved October 31, 2016, from ProQuest http://search

decision-making and accountability perspectives that might be influenced by such manipulation. The Focused View refers to PSCA in the specific context of published financial statements and concentrates on the measurement and presentation of financial performance (reported surplus or deficit) and the recognition and measurement of debt. This narrow view has affinity with the study of earnings management in the corporate sector literature. The research method adopted is based upon a search for relevant articles, primarily from the academic literature although some

1 Introduction The last few decades have witnessed a notable rise in entrepreneurial activity in both developed and developing countries. Besides, much public policy in this context has been directed towards increasing the supply of entrepreneurs ( Blanchflower, 2000 ; Steinmetz & Wright, 1989 ). At the same time, there has been a dramatic rise in income inequality around the world ( Atkinson, 2003 ; Autor, 2014 ; Goldthorpe, 2010 ; Jaumotte, Lall, & Papageorgiou, 2013 ) over the past two decades. In addition, there have been increasing efforts by national

representatives and administrative officials use the information to improve their decision-making, leading to a more efficient and effective public administration and healthy public finances. Having completed the reform process, in Hamburg it is possible to evaluate decision-makers’ actual experiences with the new accounting and budgeting system ( Burth & Hilgers, 2014 ). By drawing on these experiences this paper contributes to a better understanding of how reforms in public sector financial management succeed. The paper begins by describing the methods used in our research

(2003) brought to attention the need for better policymaking and policy implementation through the development of methods of knowledge and systems based on substantive criterion with the scope of understanding and predicting the truth. Based on its public management model, where he emphasised the importance of territory, constitutionalism, citizenship, bureaucracy and legitimate coercion, Max Weber regarded the modern state as a community that successfully claims the use of legitimate violence within a certain territory ( Anter, 2014 ). Nevertheless, the American

value for themselves (Ali, Ryu, & Hussain, 2015 ). For Richards (2011) , the essence of creative tourism lies in the realization of activities that involve the tourist, allowing them to co-create and participate, developing and exploring their creative abilities and, at the same time, getting involved and getting to know the local community and their culture as part of an engaging experience. Thus, in order to improve the living conditions of the population of Póvoa de Lanhoso, generating direct and indirect employment, involving the local community, through its

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Communications. Melbourne: Cengage Learning Australia. Cliquet, G. (eds.): Geomarketing. Methods and Strategies in Spatial Marketing (p. 327). United Kindom: Iste. Češi a reklama v roce 2013 [online]. Retrieved 2015-07-20 from . Derbraix, C. (1990). Décisions économiques, famille et chômage: Réflexions sur les conséquences comportementales et affectives. Recherche et Applications en Marketing, 5(3), 53-68. Desmet, P. (2005). Marketing direct: concepts et méthodes. Paris: Dunod. Egan, J. (2007