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Imran Anwar Mir

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Ivana Tomašević, Sandra Đurović and Nikola Abramović

, T., Bendler, J., & Neumann, D. (2017). Social media analytics and value creation in urban smart tourism ecosystems. Information & Management, 54(6), 703-713. [4] Buhalis, D., & Amaranggana, A. (2013). Smart tourism destinations. In Information and communication technologies in tourism 2014 (pp. 553-564). Springer, Cham. Buonincontri, P. & Micera, R., 2016. The experience co-creation in smart tourism destinations: a multiple case analysis of European destinations. Information Technology and Tourism, 16(3), pp.285–315. [5] Del Chiappa, G. & Baggio, R

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Lokhman Hakim Osman, Azhar Ahmad and Nor Asiah Omar

R eferences 1. Borgatti & Li 2009, ‘On Social Network Analysis in a Supply Chain Context*’, Journal of Supply Chain Management, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 5-22. 2. Borgatti, S & Molina, J 2003, ‘Ethical and strategic issues in organizational social network analysis’, The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, vol. 39, no. 3, p. 337. 3. Borgatti, SP, Jones, C & Everett, MG 1998, ‘Network measures of social capital”, Semantic Pajek Networks Software, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 27-36. 4. Choi & Kim, Y 2008, ‘Structural Embeddedness and Supplier Management

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R. Jen-peng Huang, Genesis Sembiring Depari, Sri Vandayuli Riorini and Pai-Chou Wang

social network Facebook: Case study SMEs in Indonesia. In Advanced Computer Science and Information System (ICACSIS), 2011 International Conference on (pp. 171-176). IEEE. 8. Hanna, R., Rohm, A. and Crittenden, V.L., 2011. We’re all connected: The power of the social media ecosystem. Business horizons, 54(3), pp.265-273. 9. Hum, N.J., Chamberlin, P.E., Hambright, B.L., Portwood, A.C., Schat, A.C. and Bevan, J.L., 2011. A picture is worth a thousand words: A content analysis of Facebook profile photographs. Computers in Human Behavior, 27

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Magdalena Danileț and Claudia Stoian

References 1. Andrei, A., Zait, A. & Vatamanescu, E.-M., 2015. Youths' trust in banking. An exploratory study among romanian consumers. In: A. Roman, S. G. Anton & I. Bilan, eds. Euro and the european banking system: Evolutions and challenges. Iasi: Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, pp. 25-34. 2. Anghelcev, G., Chung, M.-Y., Sar, S. & Duff, B. R., 2015. A ZMET based analysis of perceptions of climate change among young South Koreans. Journal of Social Marketing, 5(1), pp. 56-82. 3. Aral, Sinan

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Jens Weghake and Fabian Grabicki

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Omowumi O. Idowu

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Martina Sopta, Mihaela Mikić and Tin Horvatinović

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Igor Jakubiak

-Andersen presents the classification of welfare systems, based on three main components: the degree of decommodification, the level of social stratification and the division of roles between private and public sector. He distinguishes three clusters of welfare states, based on his analysis of OECD countries: conservative, liberal and social-democratic. In the conservative (corporatist) welfare state, rights are attached to class and status, and the role of the private sector is marginal. Welfare system is shaped by the church and committed to preservation of traditional family

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Kristóf Gyódi

through the use of market data. Warsaw is Poland’s largest city, with the highest number of tourists: 3.2 million in 2016 ( Statistical Office in Warsaw 2017 ). Airbnb remains largely unregulated in the city, making it a relevant case study for an examination of the outcome of a non-regulation scenario in Central Europe. The analysis seeks to answer the following research questions: What is the size and capacity of the Airbnb network in Warsaw? What is the approximate share of offers provided by professional businesses on the platform? To what extent is