Vol. 9, No 1, 2016

Issue: Vol. 9, No 1, 2016
Journal: Journal of International Studies
ISSN: 2071-8330, eISSN: 2306-3483
Published date: 03-2016 (print) / 03-2016 (print)
Language: English
DOAJ: https://doaj.org/toc/2306-3483/9/1
Tables of Contents
# [1-20/20] Title Pages
1. From Arab Spring to Economic Winter – examination of the relationship between politics and economics as evident in the Syrian civil war during 2011-2015
Authors: Erez Cohen
Keywords: Civil War, Syria, Political Economy
9-26 (18)
2. Did natural resource wealth motivate fighting in the Bosnian War?
Authors: William O’Brochta
Keywords: conflict impact, natural resource economics, Bosnian War
JEL: C54, Q34
27-43 (17)
3. The impact of international forces withdrawal on investment in Herat, Afghanistan
Authors: Farid Ahmad Farzam Rahimi
Keywords: Afghanistan, impact, international forces, investment, security, and withdrawal.
JEL: F21, F50
44-55 (12)
4. A comparative analysis of intellectual property rights protection in China and India in the XXI century
Authors: Dominika Bochańczyk-Kupka
Keywords: Property rights, intellectual property rights protection, China, India
56-65 (10)
5. Neoliberalism in geoeconomics: the case of Southeast Europe
Authors: Radenko Scekic, Mimo Draskovic, Milica Delibasic
Keywords: geoeconomics, geopolitics, neoliberalism, institutions, Southeast Europe.
66-75 (10)
6. Smart cities in Central and Eastern Europe: viable future or unfulfi lled dream?
Authors: Maria Kola-Bezka, Mariusz Czupich, Aranka Ignasiak-Szulc
Keywords: smart city, Central and Eastern Europe, rankings of smart cities, benefits and prospects of implementation of smart solutions in CEE
76-87 (12)
7. Renewable energy and security for Ukraine: challenge or smart way?
Authors: Ganna Kharlamova, Oleksandr Chernyak, Silviu Nate
Keywords: renewable energy sources, energy security, efficiency, correlation, Ukraine.
88-115 (28)
8. Changes in the regulation of the electricity sector as a factor in stimulating economic development in Poland in 2000-2014
Authors: Rafał Nagaj
Keywords: state interventionism, sectoral regulation, electricity market, pricing, economic growth
116-129 (14)
9. The socio-economic effects of Poland’s membership in the European Union and the challenges of the middle-income trap
Authors: Jacek Białek, Adam Oleksiuk
Keywords: middle-income trap, model of economic development, development policy, EU membership, cohesion policy
130-143 (14)
10. Competitiveness of Slovak economy and regional development policies
Authors: Jozef Habánik, Marcel Kordoš, Peter Hošták
Keywords: Global Competitiveness Index, European Union, international economics, social and economic development, regional development, research and development
144-155 (12)
11. Innovative economy, and the activity of financial market institutions. Case of Poland
Authors: Janusz Cichy, Witold Gradoń
Keywords: innovation, financial market, financial capital, economy, enterprise
156-166 (11)
12. Distribution of structural funds: equity, efficiency and public procurement (Czech Republic)
Authors: Oldřich Hájek, Jiří Novosák, Jana Nekolová, Lenka Smékalová
Keywords: structural funds, public procurement, regional disparities, Czech Republic
167-179 (13)
13. Bankruptcy in Czech Republic – from the perspectives of debtors, creditors, and the judiciary, 2008-2013
Authors: Marie Paseková, Zuzana Fišerová, Dagmar Bařinová
Keywords: Personal bankruptcy, insolvency, creditors´ satisfaction, secured receivable, in- solvency court
180-191 (12)
14. Entrepreneur´s attitude towards innovativeness and competitive aggressiveness: the case study of Czech micro-enterprises
Authors: Ludmila Kozubíková, Anna Zoubková
Keywords: micro-enterprises, small and medium-sized enterprises, entrepreneurial orientation, innovativeness, competitive aggressiveness
JEL: L26
192-204 (13)
15. Comparative performance of foreign and domestic family firms in Czech Republic
Authors: Ondřej Machek
Keywords: Family business; Foreign family firms; Domestic family firms; Performance; Czech Republic
JEL: M10
205-218 (14)
16. Lithuanian cultural policy: challenges and achievements
Authors: Dalia Streimikiene
Keywords: cultural policy, cultural indicators, Lithuania
JEL: Z18
219-228 (10)
17. Non-standard forms of employment and working time flexibility – the categories of co-occurrence?
Authors: Dominika Bąk-Grabowska, Agnieszka Jagoda
Keywords: flexible work; forms of working time; employment forms; Poland
229-239 (11)
18. Health and limitations in health as the determinant of human capital effectiveness: perspective of the EU Member States
Authors: Agnieszka Jakubowska
Keywords: Health, Health Capital, Human Capital, Effectiveness
JEL: J24
240-251 (12)
19. Trust as an element of social capital – evidence from a survey of Polish and Spanish students
Authors: Piotr Szkudlarek, Jorge Vila Biglieri
Keywords: Social Capital, Trust, Sociology of Economics
JEL: A14
252-264 (13)
20. Smart overbooking in the accommodation facilities in the Czech Republic
Authors: Jiřina Jenčková, Josef Abrhám
Keywords: overbooking, smart overbooking, dynamic pricing, revenue management, demand forecast, Czech Republic
JEL: M21
265-276 (12)