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The Highest Rate of Public Trust in Judiciary in Twenty Years in Lithuania: Trend or Coincidence?

. Trimatė teisininko profesijos krizės problema [The crisis of legal profession as three-dimensional problem]. Jurisprudencija , 2015, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 191–205. LICHT, Jenny de Fine. Do We Really Want to Know? The Potentially Negative Effect of Transparency in Decision Making on Perceived Legitimacy. Scandinavian Political Studies , 2011, vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 183–201. MARTIN, Gary. There Are Three Kinds of Lies: Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics – the Meaning and Origin of This Phrase . [online]. Available at: < https

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Les types de monopoles appartenant aux avocats et le rôle des directives de reconnaissance dans l’Union européenne et la Slovaquie

visant a faciliter l’exercice permanent de la profession d’avocat dans un État membre autre que celui ou la qualification a été acquise, JO CE n° L 77 du 14.3.1998, p. 36. PERTEK, Jacques. L’Europe des professions d’avocat apres la directive 98/5 sur l’exercice permanent dans un autre État membre. Revue du Marché commun et de l’Union européenne, 2001, pp. 108-109. M. Esperança Ginebra Mollins and J. Tarabal Bosch (eds). El Reglamento (UE) 650/2012: su impacto en las sucesiones transfronterizas. Madrid-Barcelona-Buenos Aires-Sao Paulo

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German Language Proficiency among Students of Business and Management in the Czech Republic and its Perception: The Importance of German Language Skills on the Labour Market and the Role of Universities in Foreign Language Training

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This paper presents the results of an empirical study designed to map German language proficiency among students at Czech universities of business and management. The results of this empirical survey can be summarised as follows. First, the ability of students at Czech universities of business and management to communicate in German is poor, and exceeds the general German language proficiency of the Czech population only to an insignificant extent. Second, the school environment (the opportunity to learn the language, compulsory subject, language study motivation) has a decisive influence on the respondents’ ability to communicate in German. Third, nearly three-quarters of the respondents perceive German as a language that is very or rather important for their profession and career growth. Fourth, almost two-thirds of the respondents consider the role played by a university of business and management in the improvement of German language proficiency rather or very important. In conclusion, the study proposes directions for the potential development of the national educational system in the area of German language proficiency of university graduates in business and management in the Czech Republic, with an emphasis on the concept of content and language integrated learning (CLIL). We believe that the survey results are also very important from the point of view of enterprises operating in the Czech Republic because of the very close economic relations between the Czech Republic and German-speaking countries.

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Spirit and Limits of The European and French (New?) Approach on Production Contracts, Interbranch and Producers Organisations

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From the Single CMO Regulation (Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organization of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products), the European common law is looking for a new challenge when the French law has been already partially reformed (Law n° 2010 - 874 of 27th of July 2010 and Décret n° 2010 - 1753 of 30th of December 2010). In both cases, Legislators would like to firstly fight against the dispersion of organizing farmer’s concentration in front of food processors (agro processing industry) and supermarkets (food distribution sector); secondly, they try to make the contracts more transparent requiring writing forms. Thus, it deals with the way farmers (farmers or producers Organizations) organize their relationships: what are the opportunities and limitations, what are the new points and specificities in this institutional law? It also deals with contracts requirements, options and freedom the partners may have. Overall this paper may represent a way to think about the meanings and the spirit of the common organization of agricultural markets reform: will it be the good answer face to the successive agricultural economic crises; it is not sure...

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ENTRY INTO THE PHYSICIANS’ MARKET: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE OUTPATIENT SECTOR IN AUSTRIA

Health Care in the UK. Journal of Health Economics, 19(6), 855-76. Rosenbaum, D. (1993). Profit, Entry and Changes in Concentration. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 11, 185-203. Schaumans, C. and Verboven, F. (2008). Entry and Regulation: Evidence from Health Care Professions. RAND Journal of Economics, 39, 949-972. Siegfried, J. J. and Evans, L. B. (1994). Empirical Studies on Entry and Exit: A Survey of the Evidence. Review of Industrial Organizations, 11, 167-178. Sleuwaegen, L. and Dehandschutter

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