Economics & Sociology

ISSN: 2071-789X eISSN: 2306-3459 DOI: 10.14254/2071-789X
Index PUBMS: f5512f57-a601-11e7-8f0e-080027f4daa0
Issue information
Issue: Vol. 8, No 4, 2015
Journal: Economics & Sociology
ISSN: 2071-789X, eISSN: 2306-3459
Published date: 20-12-2015 (print) / 20-12-2015 (print)
Language: English
Index PUBMS: 1f035169-aa13-11e7-8eae-080027f4daa0
Tables of Contents
# [1-16/16] Title Pages
1. Determinants of Regional Growth in Portugal: An Empirical Analysis
Authors: José R. Pires Manso, António J. Fernandes de Matos, Cláudia C. M. Carvalho
Keywords: Growth, determinants of regional development, panel data, random effects model, fixed effects model
JEL: O47, R58
11-31 (21)
2. Approach of the SME Entrepreneurs to Financial Risk Management in Relation to Gender and Level of Education
Authors: Jaroslav Belás, Aleksandr Ključnikov, Sergej Vojtovič, Monika Sobeková-Májková
Keywords: small and medium enterprises, gender of entrepreneurs, education of entrepreneurs, financial risk management
JEL: L26, O16, G32
32-42 (11)
3. Stock Prices: Are Intuitive or Deliberate Persons Better Forecasters?
Authors: Tobias Endress, Tony Gear
Keywords: Forecasting, decision-making, financial economics, equity predictions, stock trading
JEL: D70, G11, G17, M51
43-50 (8)
4. Impact of SMEs on Standards of Living of Czech Rural Households
Authors: Jakub Straka, Naďa Birčiaková, Jana Stávková
Keywords: SME, rural, households, standards of living, Czech Republic
51-64 (14)
5. Application of the CSR Measuring Model in Commercial Bank in Relation to their Financial Performance
Authors: Jiří Paulík, Monika Sobeková Majková, Tomáš Tykva, Michal Červinka
Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, commercial banking, financial performance
JEL: G21
65-81 (17)
6. Large Enterprise Branches: the Case of the Czech Republic
Authors: Jan Suchacek
Keywords: location factors, first-tier affiliates, organizational structures, Czech Republic, cluster analysis
JEL: R10, R30, R39, L10, L20, L29
82-93 (12)
7. Innovative Trends in Human Resources Management
Authors: Tatjana Bilevičienė, Eglė Bilevičiūtė, Gintarė Paražinskaitė
Keywords: innovation, information technologies, personnel administration, human resources management, effectiveness
JEL: C02, O32
94-109 (16)
8. Dillemas of Modern Motherhood (Based on Research in Russia)
Authors: Anna Kuleshova
Keywords: motherhood, globalization, family, children, Russia
110-121 (12)
9. Challenges for Refugee Children at School in Eastern Turkey
Authors: B. Dilara Şeker, Ibrahim Sirkeci
Keywords: Refugee children, education, integration, problems at school
JEL: I14, I31, J13
122-133 (12)
10. Children of the Street: Why are they in the Street? How do they Live?
Authors: Augendra Bhukuth, Jérôme Ballet
Keywords: Children of the street, poverty, child labor, child abuse and neglect, gang, violence
JEL: J13, J24, J81
134-148 (15)
11. Innovations and its Impact on the Performance of Acute Care Hospitals in Germany – An Investigation Containing Empirical Research and Software Development
Authors: Manuel Heurich, Claudio Vignali
Keywords: Hospitals, Innovations, Performance, Software development, Germany
JEL: M21, I11, L86, C88
149-164 (16)
12. The Socioeconomic Determinants of Fertility Rates in Muslim Countries: A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis
Authors: Caglar Yurtseven
Keywords: fertility; dynamic panel data; Muslim countries; socioeconomic determinants
JEL: I19, I29, C23
165-178 (14)
13. Towards Sustainable Development through Eco-innovations: Drivers and Barriers in Poland
Authors: Maria Urbaniec
Keywords: sustainable development, green economy, eco- innovation, drivers, barriers
JEL: O39, Q01, Q56
179-190 (12)
14. Social Capital and Polish Students’ Behaviour in Experimental Games Designed to Illustrate Cooperation
Authors: Urszula Markowska- Przybyła, David M. Ramsey
Keywords: experimental game theory, generalised trust, social capital, Poland
JEL: C70, C72
191-206 (16)
15. „Future Generations“ and Sustainable Consumption
Authors: Noémi Csigéné Nagypál, Georgina Görög, Piroska Harazin, Rita Péterné Baranyi
Keywords: sustainable consumption, eco-labels, resource-efficiency, consumer behavior
JEL: Q59
207-224 (18)
16. Optimism and Consumption: Psychological Costs of Malaysia-Sulu Dispute
Authors: Rayenda Khresna Brahmana, Simon Kopong, Ritzky Karina Brahmana
Keywords: Stress Level; Optimism; Consumption; Dispute; Sabah Malaysia
JEL: N45
225-240 (16)