Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics

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ISSN / EISSN : 2169-0367 / 2169-0367
Current Publisher: IBIMA Publishing (10.5171)
Total articles ≅ 141
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Anca Tamaș
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-11; doi:10.5171/2021.359892

Łukasz Kuta, Justyna Hachoł, Izabela Gołąb-Bogacz
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-13; doi:10.5171/2020.293212

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The circumstances for conducted this study was a life level assessment in the aspect of mountain community economic development, as well as the safety level at work in the agriculture and in the local industry. The key issue in such places is tourism, which results mainly from natural resources. The studies were performed on a sample of 200 randomly selected inhabitants of the municipalities and 100 tourists. The survey consisted of 15 questions (6 open and 9 closed ones). The findings of the survey show that among the most developmental directions of economy, according to the inhabitants of the two compared municipalities, were tourism and agritourism. Also, most tourists have decided that the natural advantages of the municipalities encourage them to visit both regions. The multi-criteria analysis showed that municipality B is characterized by a higher quality of environment and higher landscape values than the other. Similarly, the natural environment was assessed by the inhabitants of both communes. The greatest problem in both municipalities was unsatisfactory air quality, while the greatest problem of safety at work was pain in the lumbar spine, around the neck and shoulder line. Besides, only 13% (region A) and 6,1% (region B) of the expenditures constituted financial support for the municipal economy, the environmental protection and healthcare. Results from the data analysis show that the described municipalities have significant chances for systematic development in spite of numerous current problems, among which the most important one is unemployment.
Nensi Xhani, Marioara Avram, Costin D. Avram
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-13; doi:10.5171/2020.369982

Pawel Brusilo
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-10; doi:10.5171/2020.812353

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This paper is an overview and a comparison of the new structural economics postulates and the assumptions of Polish Strategy for the Responsible Development by 2020 (with 2030 perspective). New structural economics is a modern way of thinking about economic development, which combines the postulates of neoclassical and structural economics.
Dana Hrušovská, Mária Demjanovičová, Dominika Tumová, Martin Mičiak
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-12; doi:10.5171/2020.510844

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The business-making should nowadays focus on sustainability. This is the main aspect of the circular economy. The aim of this article is to analyze how sustainability is perceived in Slovakia. This issue is much less developed in Slovakia in comparison with the situation in other countries. Despite this fact, the companies have already started making effort in this area. The article looks for answers to questions such as: what the situation in relation to sustainability is; what has already been implemented; what is planned for the future; and how the customers will react to the elements of sustainability.
Nikolay W. Gontar
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-10; doi:10.5171/2020.175394

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Analysis of economic modernization processes includes a study of the role of MNCs' ties at the local level as a resource and mechanism of modernization/ The MNC and local business integration mechanisms and results in various economy sectors in the Russian Black Sea region (Rostov Region and Krasnodar Region) are analyzed in the article. The forms and tools for including MNC in the processes of restructuring the economy of the Russian Federation regions from the point of view of forming ties at the local level and of management mechanisms providing this result are analyzed for the first time in the Russian research practice.
Vera Samarina, Atiana Skufina, Elena Korchak, Natalia Serova, Aleksandr Samarin
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-7; doi:10.5171/2020.108960

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The authors have presented the research of Arctic strategies for the socio-economic development of circumpolar states with the identification of national and regional aspects. The research seems to be very relevant because of the growth of geopolitical and economic importance of the Arctic. Countries with Arctic territories together and individually develop legal framework of a country, taking into account the following: firstly, their priorities; secondly, the existing legal status of land, water and air spaces of the Arctic; thirdly, global interests of the present and future of the planet.
Vojtěch Meier
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics pp 1-9; doi:10.5171/2020.639568

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Family businesses are the foundation of any economy. They have been heavily influencing our society for many centuries. The level of involvement among family members is vital to flourish a family business. Therefore, research is conducted to assess the dependencies of six aspects of the selected family businesses in the Czech Republic. Several findings from the family survey are found in the correlation analysis: there is the highest indirect dependence between the number of directors and the number of family members actively involved in a family business, and some factors do not show dependence. This is evidenced by the relationships between the number of members of the board of directors or managing directors and the number of family members who are not interested in family business. Correlation analysis methods are used on top of the methods of analysis, synthesis and comparison.
Marcela Göttlichová
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics, Volume 2020, pp 1-12; doi:10.5171/2020.543568

Ilona Kwiecień, Patrycja Kowalczyk-Rolczynska, Michal Popielas
Journal of Eastern Europe Research in Business and Economics, Volume 2020, pp 1-12; doi:10.5171/2020.539912

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