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Magdaléna Drastichová

References Daly, H. E. (1996). Beyond Growth. Boston: Beacon Press, 1996. ISBN 978-0-8070-4709-5. Drastichová, M. (2014). Measuring Sustainable Development in the European Union Using the Adjusted Net Saving. In: I. Honová, M. Hon, L. Melecký, L., M. Staníčková (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on European Integration 2014 (pp. 87 – 101): Ostrava: VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava. ISBN 978-80-248-3388-0. European Commission (2016). Environment. Beyond GDP [Online]. Last updated: 25. 11. 2016 [cit. 29. 11. 2016

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Mara del Baldo and Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli

References A˚kerlind, G., and Kayrooz, C., 2003. Understanding academic freedom: The views of social scientists. Higher Education Research & Development, 22 (3), 327-344. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0729436032000145176 Adams, C. A., and Larrinaga-Gonzalez, C., 2007. Engaging with Organizations in Pursuit of Improved Sustainability Accounting and Performance. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 20 (3), 333-355. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/09513570710748535 Castello, I., and Lozano, J. M., 2011. Searching for new forms of

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Tatiana Covalschi and Sebastian Lazăr

References Afonso, A., and Rault, C., 2015. Multi-step analysis of public finances sustainability. Economic Modelling, 48, 199-209. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2014.10.011 Altăr, M., Albu, L. L., Necula, C., and Bobeică, G., 2009. Public finances: Introduction of a medium term fiscal-budgetary framework. Strategy and policy studies, no.1. Bucharest: European Institute of Romania. Altăr, M., Necula, C., Dumitriu, I., and Bobeică, G., 2011. European Semester: Ensuring sustainable economic growth

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Marzena Sylwia Kruk

References 1. Barbier, Edward B. 2005. “The Concept of Sustainable economic Development”. Environmental Conservation, Vol 14(02), pp: 101-110. 2. Florczak, Waldemar 2009. “Concepts of endogenous growth and of knowledge-based economies in the economics”. Lodz Scientific Society, Vol.80, pp. 215-239. 3. Jelonek, Adam.W. and, Tyszka, Krzysztof. 2001. “Concepts of social development”. Warsaw: Scholar Scientific Publisher. 4. Kronenberg, Jakub. and Bergier, Tomasz. 2010. “ Relations of economy

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Dr Ranasinghe M.W. Amaradasa

://www.fnu.ac.fj/college-of-medicine/uncategorised/68-current-fsmed-projects , accessed on 1st Mar 2018. 5. ICCIP (2017) (International Climate Changer Information Programme) World Symposium on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Strategies in Coastal Communities Apia, Samoa, 5th-7thJuly, 2017 https://www.haw-hamburg.de/en/ftz-nk/events/sustainability-science.html 6. Investment Fiji, http://www.investmentfiji.org.fj/pages.cfm/for-investors/sector-industry-profiles/forestry.html . Accessed on 13th Feb 2018. 7. Mellam, Albert (2014) “Reforms in the Papua New Guinea Higher Education Sector

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Satyendra C Pandey and Pinaki Nandan Pattnaik

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Petar Đukić

References Bibi, A. & Brenan. M. A. (2009). First Ecology. Beograd: Clio. Daničić, Đ. i Karadžić S. V. (2007). Holy Bible, Old and New Testament. Beograd: Biblijsko društvo. Drucker, F. P. (1995). Post-Capitalist Society. Beograd: Grmeč. Đukić, P. (2011). Sustainable Development - Utopia or a Chance for Serbia. Tehnološkometalurški fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu. Đukić, P. (2012). Sustainable Development Under Impact of the Crisis - Global and National Dimension. Economic

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Gheorghita Dinca, Marius Sorin Dinca and Catalina Popione

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The purpose of our paper is to analyze the main factors which influence fiscal balance’s evolution and thereby identify solutions for configuring a sustainable fiscal policy. We have selected as independent variables some of the main macroeconomic measures, respectively public debt, unemployment rate, economy openness degree, population, consumer goods’ price index, current account balance, direct foreign investments and economic growth rate. Our research method uses two econometric models applied on a sample of 22 countries, respectively 14 developed and 8 emergent. The first model is a multiple regression and studies the connection between the fiscal balance and selected independent variables, whereas the second one uses first order differences and introduces economic freedom as a dummy variable to catch the dynamic influences of selected measures upon fiscal result. The time interval considered was 1999-2013. The results generated using the two models revealed that public debt, current account balance and economic growth significantly influence the fiscal balance. As a consequence, the governments need to plan and implement a fiscal policy which resonates with economy priorities and the phase of the economic cycle, as well as ensure a proper management of the public debt, stimulate sustainable economic growth and employment.

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Bojana Subasic and Bogdana Opacic

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Reforming cultural policy in Serbia comes into a focus after year 2000. With delegating jurisdiction on the local cultural systems, because one of the ideas is that local government and experts can recognize needs, potential and capacities for local development more clearly and comprehensively. This work deals with the challenges of cultural policy as initiators of sustainable development, where the City of Pancevo has been selected as an example of a good practice. The first part of the text deals with challenges of cultural policy on national level. When it comes to cultural policy development on the Republic level, one can say that participants in culture in Serbia contribute to improving culture every year. However, for more successful cultural policy it is necessary to approach cultural policy challenges in service of sustainable development. Ranking all challenges leads to a conclusion that it is necessary to solve problems such as financing of the institutions, lack of a strategic thinking and insufficient inter-sector, inter -department and international cooperation. The second part of the text is dedicated to the City of Pancevo, as an example of a good practice in cultural policy and sustainable development domain. During 2013. with the support of the IPA fund cross-border cooperation program, the City of Pancevo accomplished Poles of Culture project. Within that project the Center for Study in Cultural Development conducted a research of cultural needs and habits of citizens of Pancevo, cultural institutions and citizen associations within culture. The third part of the text deals with the research results of cultural needs and habits of Pancevo citizens. They represent guidelines for improving the city cultural policy. The fourth part of the text is dedicated to the cultural policy on the local level and recommendations for cultural policy improvement has been given based on the example of the City of Pancevo.

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Rade Ratković and Milica Šoć

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U radu se istražuje fenomen mixed use resorts kao savremeni oblik razvoja smještajne industrije. Cilj rada je da se ova vrsta resorta precizno definiše, predstave neki uspješni modelu u svijetu i sagledaju izazovi u pogledu razvojne održivosti ove vrste smještajnih objekata. Posebno se analizira prvi internacionalni projekat mixed use resorts u Crnoj Gori, poznat pod imenom Lustica Bay. Održivost na konkretnom primjeru se analizira sa aspekta Strategije održivog razvoja turizma Crne Gore i teorijskih postulata o održivosti razvoja turizma.

Razvoj turizma je praćen problemom insuficijencije finansijskih resursa za razvoj. Kreditno i kapitalsko finansiranje ima svoja stanovita ograničenja u pogledu obima kapitala i obima i cijene kreditnih sredstava. Zbog toga se pribjegava kombinaciji sa modelom prodaje nekretnina, koje bi se, u dobrom dijelu, uključile u operativno poslovanje mixed use resorts. Ta ograničenja su u Crnoj Gori, kao zemlji u tranziciji, još više izražena.

Kada se tome doda i nepostojanje potrebne infrastrukture za podršku inostranim investitorima (sposobna i efikasna administracija, fleksibilni urbanistički planovi, dobro istražene lokacije sa aspekta održivosti, kredibilne domaće razvojne kompanije-lokalni diveloperi koji bi bili pouzdan partner ino investitorima i sl), onda je jasno da se u posljednje 2-3 decenije neuporedivo brže grade vikend stanovi i kuće (second homes) nego hoteli, risorti i slićni objekti koji imaju najveći uticaj na ekonomiju i društvo.

U radu su identifikovani glavni izazovi i prijetnje takvoga razvoja, gdje se često puta, mixed use resorts zloupotrebljavaju kao ulaznica za razvoj novih naselja za prodaju, a ne novih smještajnih objekata za turističko privređivanje. Izazovi koji prate izabrani slučaj za istraživanje, ukazuju na konkretno ispoljavanje generalno identifikovanih problema i razvojnih prijetnji.