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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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Omowumi O. Idowu

1109 6691 [17] Samuelson, P. A. Tale of Two Macroeconomics, Japan and the World Economy, Elsevier, 15(3), 2003, 361-363 [18] Statistical, Economics and Social Research and Training for Islamic Countries (2007) [19] National Gender Policy, Federal Republic of Nigeria Situation Analysis / Framework. The Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development, 2009, Abuja. [20] Danish Trade Union Council, Malawi Labor Market Profile. Danish Trade Union Council for International Development and Co

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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

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Marian Oliński and Piotr Szamrowski

; Kenix 2007 ; Kang and Norton 2004 ; Naudé, Froneman and Atwood 2004 ). The results of these studies have indicated that nonprofit organisations only sporadically use websites as strategic, interactive stakeholder engagement tools. This may be due to many reasons, such as the lack of qualified staff, who are experts in creating interactive websites. The arrival of social networking sites such as the very popular Facebook and Twitter have eliminated this excuse. Therefore, public relations practitioners should consider this communication channel as an important tool

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Katarzyna Kochaniak

. Group Public Policy & Economic Research Working Paper, 176, 1-15. Illes, A., Lombardi, M. (2013). Interest Rate Pass-Through Since the Financial Crisis. BIS Quaterly Review, 57-66. Retrieved from: Jappelli, T., Pagano, M. (1997). The Determinants of Saving: Lessons from Italy. InterAmerican Development Bank Office of the Chief Economist Research Network Working Paper, R-313, 1-32. Katona, G. (1951). Psychological Analysis of Economic Behavior. New York: McGraw

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Michaela Jánská and Petra Olšová

na našem trhu. Praha: Grada. Kitta, P. et al. (2014). Retail in territory. Ústí nad Labem: FSE. Koekemoer, L. (2004). Marketing communications. Ladsdowne: Juta and Co, 2004. Kolpron, s.r.o. Marketingová studie zaměřená na podporu místního cestovního ruchu na ústecku [online]. Retrieved 2015-07-31 from Kotler, P. (2000). Marketing Management: Analysis, Planning, Implementation, and Control. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Kotler, P., Keller, K.L. (2012). Marketing management. Upper

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Tomasz Skica, Jacek Rodzinka and Teresa Mroczek

. (1997). Why Does Government’s Share of National Income Grow. In: Muller D. (Ed.), Perspectives on public choice, CUP, New York, pp. 569-590. Hon Chu, K. (2007). Financial Crises, Liberalization, and Government Size, Cato Journal, Vol. 27(1), pp. 37-52. Jensen, F.V. (2001). Bayesian Networks and Decision Graphs. New York: Springer-Verlag. Josheski, D., Lazarov, D., Koteski, C. (2011). Analysis of the optimal size of the government consumption, Unpublished (

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Roberta Capello and Ugo Fratesi

-2412 Camagni, R., 2009. “Territorial Capital and Regional Competitiveness: Theory and Evidence”, in Capello R. and Nijkamp P. (eds.), Handbook of Regional Dynamics and Growth: Advances in Regional Economics, Edward Elgar, pp. 118-132 Camagni, R., (ed.) 1991a. Innovation Networks: Spatial Perspectives, Belhaven-Pinter, London Capello, R., Fratesi, U., Resmini, L., 2011. Globalization and Regional growth. Past Trends and Future Scenarios, Springer-Verlag. Cappellin, R., Nijkamp, P., (ed.) 1986. Technological Change, Employment and Spatial

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Mikołaj Herbst, Paweł Kaczmarczyk and Piotr Wójcik

), age ( Kaczmarczyk 2005 ; Kaczmarczyk and Okólski 2008 ; Gottlieb and Joseph 2006 ; Grabowska and Okólski 2009 ; Mosca and Wright 2010 ), gender ( Faggian and McCann 2007 ; Faggian, McCann and Sheppard 2006 ), marital status and family situation (Newbold 2001; Haapanen and Tervo 2011 ), migration experience ( Kodrzycki 2001 ; Kaczmarczyk 2005 ) and so on. Last but not least, in a large number of studies the importance of social capital and migrant networks responsible for lowering the risks and costs associated with spatial mobility was pointed out ( Fawcett