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Spela Verovsek, Matevz Juvancic and Tadeja Zupancic

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Balčiūnaitienė Asta and Teresevičienė Margarita

://ec.europa.eu/education/pub/pdf/higher/modernisation.pdf 4. Filho, L. W., Caeiro, S., Jabbour, Ch., & Azeiteiro, U. M. (2013). Sustainability Assessment Tools in Higher Education Institutions. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer International Publishing. 5. Filho, L. W. (2015). Education for Sustainable Development in Higher Education. In Transformative Approaches to Sustainable Development at Universities , 3 – 10. (p. 3-12). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer International Publishing. 6. Flowerdew, J. (2013). Discourse in English Language Education. NY: Routledge. 7. Galkutė, L. (2005). Universities

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Vocational Training: Research And Realities

Profesinis Rengimas: Tyrimai Ir Realijos

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Laimutė Anužienė and Vidmantas Tūtlys

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The main goal of this article is to explore the contents of the concept of enactment of the VET curriculum in the work process and to disclose the current methodological and methodical approaches of it’s implementation in practice. The article starts with the discussing the theoretical aspects of the enactment of the VET curricula referring to the insights of psychology, sociology of education and work, as well as vocational didactics research. It is followed by the case study of the enactment of VET curriculum in the education and work processes in one initial VET centre of Lithuania aimed to disclose applied methodological approaches and their implications for the professional and personal development of students. Research provides evidence that effective and sustainable enactment of the initial VET curricula requires to apply the integrated and holistic approach to competence development and implementation of VET curriculum.

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Obase Ralph, Ngoran Gilles, Nde Fon, Henry Luma and Ngwane Greg

., Peregovich, B., . . . Martins, L. R. (2004). Environmental and Health Assessment in Two Small-Scale Gold Mining Areas - Indonesia. Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany, Institute of Forensic Medicine. Brazil: Centro de Tecnologia Mineral (CETEM). Seydou, K. (2002, August). Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Mali. Mining, Mineral and Sustainable Development (MMSD). The World Bank. (2013). Artisanal Mining in Criticlal Ecosystems: A Look At Gabon, Liberia, and Madagascar. Washington DC 20433: The World Bank, African Region

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Nguyen Thi Mai Hong and Vu Hong Nhung

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The article presents the reality of Poverty Reduction work at Bavi commune, Bavi district, Hanoi city, Vietnam today, obtained results, difficulties, drawbacks and its causes, then, the article claims the essential role and specific strengths of social workers majoring in poverty reduction to enhance the effectiveness of poverty reduction on the basis of sustainable development goals today.

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Stephen I. Ocheni and Michael Sunday Agba

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The paper focuses on fiscal decentralization, public expenditure management and human capital development in Nigeria. It presents a synergical relationship/nexus between fiscal decentralization, public expenditure management and human capital development and sees fiscal decentralization as an imperative necessity of empowering levels of government with financial resources to bring government closer to the people by the rendition of social services to people within their jurisdictions. The paper further argues that assigned fiscal responsibilities of governmental agencies must be backed up with prudent management of public expenditure (recurrent and capital) which should be aptly targeted at developing the human resources considered as the kingpin of true developmental efforts in any society. Nigeria, a social formation with an estimated population of 180 million persons and the largest economy in Africa has consistently failed in fostering the development of its human capital through budgetary allocations and implementation, fiscal decentralization and public expenditure management. To arrest the trend, the paper calls for a sustained commitment on the part of government in the development of the nation’s resources through sustained budgetary allocations in education, health, agriculture, infrastructural development, training and retraining of workers, power, science and technology and execution of people oriented public programmes/projects.

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Gaqo Tanku and Piro Tanku

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The purpose of this paper is the importance of performance apraisal in motivating employees of “Osumi” Bussines Company (for private reasons the name is not the real name). Performance evaluation regarded as one of the priority competitive elements for sustainable development. Already it accepted the simple fact that the performance management process adopted by managers, but also it is importance the assistance to employees in this process. In this way, it becomes possible not only the assessment of business management, but on the other hand the management of individual performance of each members of the organization. This paper contains the results and key findings. They are presented in the form of statistical data, which provided concrete results and recommended further measures.

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Aranit Shkurti

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Badar Alam Iqbal, Mohd Nayyer Rahman and Abdul Turay

.,Yadav, Surendra. S., &Gautam, Vinayshil. (2012). Foreign Direct Investment and Current Account Deficit- A causality analysis in context of India. Journal of International Business and Economy, 13(2), 85-106. Kwialkowski, D., Phillips, P., Schmidt, P., & Shin, Y. (1992). Testing the null hypothesis of stationarity against the alternative of a unit root. Journal of Econometrics, 54, 159-178. Nag, Biswajit.,& Mukherjee, Jaydeep. (2012). The sustainability of trade deficits in the presence of endogenous structural breaks: Evidence from the Indian