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Stakeholder analysis in the biomass energy development based on the experts’ opinions: the example of Triglav National Park in Slovenia

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Power of Forest Stakeholders in the Participatory Decision Making Process: A Case Study in Northern Italy

, contexts, experiences and opportunities.Agricultural Systems 55(2): 173-193. GRIMBLE, R. - CHAN, M.K. (1995): Stakeholder analysis for natural resource management in developing countries. Natural Resources Forum 19(2): 113-124. HARSHAW, H.W. - TINDALL D.B. (2005): Social structure, identities, and values: a network approach to understanding people’s relationships to forests. Journal of Leisure Research 37(4): 426-449. HOBBES, T. (1651): Leviathan. Green Dragon, St. Paul's Churchyard. KANGAS, A. - LAUKKANEN

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Measuring Travellers’ and Stakeholders’ Satisfaction on Perceived Sustainability of a Transport Interchange


The present paper aims at measuring the satisfaction of travellers and stakeholders on perceived quality of service provided at the Latvian interchange “Riga International Coach Terminal” and understand whether there are any gaps between the two groups of involved parties, based on their perceptions and expectations. To this end, a travellers’ attitudinal survey was organized and interviews with representative stakeholders were conducted, in order to capture and analyse their attitudes and preferences and extract those attributes that affect their satisfaction. Results showed that the interchange performs well in physical quality attributes, such as travel and wayfinding information provision, but in terms of access and aesthetics expectations in the internal and external design, some contradictory findings were revealed between travellers and stakeholders, validating the fact that understanding users’ perceptions can work as vital input to policy makers’ perceptions of an integrated sustainable public transport system.

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Stakeholder Groups of Public and Private Universities in the Czech Republic – Identification, Categorization and Prioritization

Science . 2012 (35). pp. 173-196. MARIĆ.I. (2013). Stakeholder analysis of higher education institutions. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems. 11(2).Pp. 217-226 MIROIU. A., ANDREESCU. L. (2010). Goals and Instruments of Diversification in Higher Education. Quality Assurance Review. 2(2). Pp. 89-101 MOSAIC.(2015). Key Stakeholders. From: OECD. 2013. Education at a Glance 2013: OECD Indicators . OECD Publishing. ISBN 978-92-64-20105-7 PARIS. K.A. (2003

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Analysis of the opportunities to implement the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism

Problem Solving for closer cooperation between academic entities and enterprises. The following chapter presents a SWOT matrix to elaborate on the results of the analysis into the strengths and weaknesses arising from the application of the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism. The analysis was based on the results of the survey and the literature review. The results of the SWOT analysis showed significant benefits from the application of the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism. This required a needs analysis of the individual stakeholders implementing the BIZ-TRIZ mechanism. The stakeholder analysis is

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Barriers to Participation in Tourism in the Disabled

. Transportation Journal 31(3), 46-53. 8. Przecławski K. (1995). Tourism and its role vs. people with special needs. In J. Ślężyński, W. Petryński (eds.), Progress in tourism for the benefit of people with special needs (p. 34). Kraków: Polish Association of Disabled People. [in Polish] 9. Buhalis D., Eichhron V., Michopoulou E., Miller G. (2005). Accessibility market and stakeholder analysis. United Kingdom: One-Stop-Shop for Accessible Tourism in Europe (OSSATE), University of Surrey. 10. Jones S. (2004). Disabled faced by travel “barriers

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A socio-economic evaluation of a protected area - A case study: Hamadan province, Iran

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Identification And Systematization Of Regeneration Investment Project Management Determinants

., QUINN C. H., STRINGER L. C. 2009. Who’s in and why? A typology of stakeholder analysis methods for natural resource management. Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 90: 1933-1949. ROGOWSKA M. 2010. Endogeniczne determinanty rozwoju lokalnego. In: Znaczenie samorządu terytorialnego dla rozwoju regionalnego w Polsce Niemczech i na Ukrainie. Red. E. Malinowska-Klimiuk. Zeszyty Naukowe NR 620, Ekonomiczne Problemy Usług Nr 61, Wyd. Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego, Szczecin: 353-362. RYMARZAK M. 2009. Zarządzanie nieruchomościami

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Lakes sensitivity to climatic stress – a sociological assessment

, no. 2-3, pp. 120–135. DOI: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2004.11.004. Rannow, S, Loïbl, W, Grieving, S, Gruehn, D & Meyer, BC 2010, ’Potential impacts of climate change in Germany – Identifying regional priorities for adaptation activities in spatial planning’, Landscape Urban Planning , no. 98, pp. 160–171. Reed, M, Graves, A, Dandy, N, Posthumus, H, Hubacek, K, Morris, J, Prell, C, Quinn, C & Stringer, L 2009, ‘Who’s in and why? A typology of stakeholder analysis methods for Natural Resource Management’, Journal of Environmental Management, no. 90, pp

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