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1. Competitiveness of high-tech sectors in the European Union: A comparative study
Issue: Vol. 12, No 2, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Miroslawa Braja, Agata Gemzik-Salwach
Keywords: competitiveness, R&D expenditures, high-tech industries, pharmaceutical industry, electronic industry, Balassa index, Revealed Comparative Advantages
JEL: O14, O30, D89, F10
213-227 (15)
2. Competitiveness and economic profit analysis of Kazakhstan’s poultry companies
Issue: Vol. 12, No 2, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Petr Hájek, Gulnar Zhunissova, Zhanar Oralbaeva, Aknur Zhidebekkyzy, Adilya Baidildina
Keywords: EVA, INFA, bankruptcy models, performance evaluation, competitiveness, score models, poultry sector, Kazakhstan
JEL: G32, G33
147-164 (18)
3. The TRIPS agreement implementation in Mexico. Implications for social responsibility and development
Issue: Vol. 12, No 2, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Santiago González-Gomez, Arturo García-Santillán
Keywords: Intellectual property, competitiveness, international commerce, social responsibility, modernization, México
JEL: O34, M14
46-65 (20)
4. Competitiveness of Uzbek agrarian foreign trade – different regional trade blocs and the most significant trade partners
Issue: Vol. 12, No 4, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Akhmadjon Ortikov, Luboš Smutka, Irena Benešová
Keywords: agrarian trade, agricultural products and foodstuffs, Uzbekistan, partners, competitiveness, changes, institutional comparative advantage, balance, products mapping
JEL: Q13, Q17
177-194 (18)
5. Stringency of environmental regulations vs. global competitiveness: Empirical analysis
Issue: Vol. 12, No 4, 2019
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Viktor Koziuk, Yuriy Hayda, Oleksandr Dluhopolskyi, Yuriy Klapkiv
Keywords: sustainable development, ecology, environmental policy, stringency, competitiveness
JEL: F64, L51, Q52, Q53, Q54, Q58
278-298 (21)
6. Corruption perception and bilateral trade flows: Evidence from developed and developing countries
Issue: Vol. 12, No 1, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Putu Mahardika Adi Saputra
Keywords: corruption, bilateral trade, gravity model, competitiveness
JEL: C33, D73, F14, O14
65-78 (14)
7. Knowledge management in human resource management: Foreign-owned subsidiaries’ practices in four CEE countries
Issue: Vol. 11, No 3, 2018
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: József Poór, Tímea Juhász, Renáta Machová, Andrea Bencsik, Svitlana Bilan
Keywords: knowledge management, foreign subsidiaries, human resource management, expatriates, competitiveness
JEL: J53
295-308 (14)
8. Energy Efficiency in the Long-Run in the Selected European Countries
Issue: Vol. 11, No 1, 2018
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Manuela Tvaronavičienė, Dalia Prakapienė, Kristina Garškaitė-Milvydienė, Romas Prakapas, Łukasz Nawrot
Keywords: competitiveness, energy security, energy efficiency, household sector, behavioral patterns
JEL: N70, O18
245-254 (10)
9. Assumptions of Corporate Social Responsibility as Competitiveness Factor
Issue: Vol. 13, No. 3 (2017)
Journal: Montenegrin Journal of Economy
Authors: Zaneta Simanaviciene, Rima Kontautiene, Arturas Simanavicius
Keywords: corporate social responsibility, competitiveness, economic downturn, enterprise.
149-160 (12)
10. Socioeconomic and Cultural Dimensions of National Identity in the Globalized World
Issue: Vol. 9, No 3, 2016
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Shchurko Ulyana, Datsko Olesya, Tomáš Dudáš
Keywords: national identity, security, state, globalization, social-economic, cultural development, autopoiesis, competitiveness
JEL: A11, A13, E01, E03
255-269 (15)
11. Economic prospects and development of the power industry in Russia
Issue: Vol. 9, No 3, 2016
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Evgeny Lisin, Galina Kurdiukova, Wadim Strielkowski
Keywords: economic development, power industry, technology, competitiveness
JEL: O13, P28
178-190 (13)
12. Putting a competitive advantage at stake? Energiewende in the discursive practices of German industrial actors
Issue: Vol. 9, No 3, 2016
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Yulia Borshchevska
Keywords: renewable energy, Energiewende, Germany, competitiveness, competitive advantage, energy price
JEL: O13, Q42, Q43, Q48
99-113 (15)
13. The effect of acquisition moves on income, pre-tax profits and future strategy of logistics firms
Issue: Vol. 10, No 4, 2017
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Judit Oláh, György Karmazin, Domicián Máté, Janusz K. Grabara, József Popp
Keywords: logistics service providers, collaboration, relationship value, competitiveness
JEL: L25, M21, M51
233-245 (13)
14. Supporting Regional Competitiveness Through Innovation. Case Study: Sud Muntenia
Issue: Vol. 6, No 1, 2013
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Negrea Alina Petronela, Valentin Cojanu
Keywords: competitiveness, regional development, innovation, clusters, Sud Muntenia.
JEL: R11
51-58 (8)
15. Coopetition and Internationalization of a Company – the Case of Firms in the Wielkopolska Voivodeship
Issue: Vol. 3, No 1, 2010
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Barbara Jankowska
Keywords: coopetition, internationalization, enterprise, competitiveness, SME.
JEL: F23, D21
94-102 (9)
16. The bumpy road to a competitive economy – economic governance in the European Union
Issue: Vol. 7, No 3, 2014
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Magdalena Tusińska
Keywords: macroeconomic policy coordination, European Union, Member States, economic governance, competitiveness
32-43 (12)
17. Logistic service branch as an economic mesosystem
Issue: Vol. 7, No 1, 2014
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Anna Wiktorowska-Jasik
Keywords: branch, logistic service, mesosystem, logistic service market, logistic operator, innovations, competitiveness, economy sector.
JEL: L87
84-93 (10)
18. Factors that Influence the Effectiveness of Russian Telecommunication Companies
Issue: Vol. 8, No 3, 2015
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Рavel Коrchagin, Еlena Коrneeva, Natalya Nikitina
Keywords: telecommunications, efficiency, regression analysis, Russian Federation, competitiveness
JEL: L96, D22, D24, L23
119-130 (12)
19. ASSESSMENT OF COMPETITIVENESS OF POLISH FOOD PRODUCERS ON THE UKRAINIAN MARKET
Issue: Vol. 2, No 1a, 2009
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Mirosława Tereszczuk
Keywords: competitiveness, agro - food sector, import, export, food producers
115-123 (9)
20. EXPORT DIVERSIFICATION VERSUS EXPORT ORIENTATION IN THE TERMS OF GLOBALIZATION AND COMPLICATED FINANCIAL ENVIRONMENT
Issue: Vol. 3, No 1a, 2010
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Yuriy Bilan, Pavel Yamko
Keywords: export diversification, hi-tech export, competitiveness, SMEs, trade barriers, Hungary, Poland
11-26 (16)