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Borna Abramovic, Vladislav Zitricky and Pavol Mesko

References [1] European strategies. (2011). White paper 2011 - Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system, from https://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/strategies/2011_white_paper_en . [2] Černá, L. & Mašek, J. (2015). The proposal the methodology of the supply chain management in transport and logistic company. Transport means 2015: proceedings of the 19th international scientific conference, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania. ISSN 1822-296X. [3] Nedeliakova, E., Sekulova

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Bojan Morić Milovanović, Tomislav Krišto and Stjepan Srhoj

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This paper proposes team building methodology for project managers in virtual teams as means to develop swift trust between new team members in the inception phase of the project life cycle. Proposed methodology encompasses activities within the first three days after the team formation and proposes the measuring tools for monitoring and managing trust development within the project team. Aim of this paper is to provide new insights to various decision makers potentially interested in increasing the performance of project teams operating in virtual environment, such as: investors, business owners and project managers working in virtual environment.

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Peter Marienka, Juraj Jagelčák and Lukáš Trnka

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This article consists of identifying important elements of the transport process of dangerous goods in all modes of transport, in recognizing and warning about the differences between theory and practice and designing optimized methodological procedures used in this transport process. The methodological procedures should have importance during whole transport process, from the order, through the accepting and identification of the goods, the packing, handling to the actual transport of dangerous goods by air.

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Róbert Pazúr, Ján OŤaheľ and Martin Maretta

pokrývky v odlišných prírodných podmienkach. Geografie, 117(4): 371–394. PAZÚR, R., LIESKOVSKÝ, J., FERANEC, J., OŤAHEĽ, J. (2014): Spatial determinants of abandonment of large-scale arable lands and managed grasslands in Slovakia during the periods of post-socialist transition and European Union accession. Applied Geography, 54: 118–128. PAZÚR, R. (in review): Capturing the effective cell size in vector-to-raster conversion: methodological framework and its application on CORINE land cover dataset. Transactions in GIS. PIJANOWSKI, B., PITHADIA, S

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Sylwia Myszograj, Ewelina Płuciennik-Koropczuk and Anita Jakubaszek

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The paper presents the results of studies concerning the designation of COD fraction in raw wastewater. The research was conducted in four municipal mechanical-biological sewage treatment plants and one industrial sewage treatment plant. The following fractions of COD were determined: non-biodegradable (inert) soluble SI, biodegradable soluble fraction SS, particulate slowly degradable XS and particulate non-biodegradable XI. The methodology for determining the COD fraction was based on the ATV-A131 guidelines and Łomotowski-Szpindor methodology. The real concentration of fractions in raw wastewater and the percentage of each fraction in total COD are different from data reported in the literature.

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Wiesław Urban, Emil Ratter, Promporn Wangwacharakul and Bonnie Poksinska

review of contemporary lean thinking. International Journal of Operations & Production Management , 24 (10), 994-1011. Hines, P., & Rich, N. (1997). The seven value stream mapping tools. International Journal of Operations & Production Management , 17 (1), 46-64. Jamaliah, M. S., Mohamad, A. M. H., & Azianti, I. (2016). Improvements of worksite control for pull system. ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 11 (12), 7699-7705. Karim, A., & Arif-Uz-Zaman, K. (2013). A methodology for effective implementation of lean strategies and its

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Helena Šlogar, Krešimir Jerin and Milan Papić

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Foreign direct investments include equity capital, reinvested earnings and debt relations between ownership-related residents and non-residents. Since 31 October 2014, the Croatian National Bank has started to publish information in the field of statistics Relations (balance of payments, foreign debt and the IIP) in accordance with the methodology prescribed by the sixth edition of the Manual on Balance of Payments (Eng. Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual, BPM6), thus changing the presentational form of direct investment. Direct investments are not classified according to the so-called direction of investments (Eng. directional principle) on direct investment in Croatia and direct investment abroad anymore, but according to BPM6 apply the socalled principle of assets and liabilities (Eng. Assets / Liabilities principle). The aim is to point out the differences between the standards BPM5 and BPM6 and determine which activities and which countries are the most represented in the structure of direct investments in Croatia. By identifying relevant activities and countries in the structure of foreign direct investment, relevant information is obtained about the macroeconomic state of the Republic of Croatia and about the opportunities and potential dangers that certain activities and countries provide.

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Martin Telecký, Jiří Čejka and Mykola Guchenko

Economics, Department of Accounting and Finances. [3] Regulation No. 296/2010 Sb. on the procedures for establishing the financial model and determining the maximum amount of compensation. [4] Methodology and indicator calculation method for sustainable urban mobility. World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Project 2.0 (SMP2.0), WBCSD, 2015. [5] Kolosz, B. & Grant-Muller, S. (2015). Extending cost-benefit analysis for the sustainability impact of inter-urban Intelligent Transport Systems. Environmental Impact

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

References [1] Černá, L., Klapita, V. & Mašek, J. (2015). Technical basis of intermodal transport (1st ed.). Bratislava, Slovakia: DOLIS s.r.o. [2] Máca, J. & Leitner, B. (2002). Operation analysis (1st, 2nd ed.). Ţilina, Slovakia: University of Ţilina. [3] Kudláč, Š. (2018). Proposal of a methodology for assessing bottlenecks in logistic chains in intermodal transport. Doctoral dissertation, University of Ţilina, Ţilina, Slovakia. [4] Matejko, P. (2012). Methodology of assessment of logistic processes in transport. Doctoral dissertation