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Mohamed Ramadan Rezk, Nahed Salem, Amr Radwan, Leonardo Piccinetti, Yasser Elshayeb, Mahmoud Sakr, Abdelmajid BenAmara, Yasser Abdel-Fattah. THE BIG PICTURE OF CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH IN THE ARAB WORLD: INSIGHTS FROM BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS

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Rezk, M.; Salem, N.; Radwan, A.; Piccinetti, L.; Elshayeb, Y.; Sakr, M.; BenAmara, A.; Abdel-Fattah, Y. 2022. The big picture of climate change research in the Arab world: insights from bibliometric analysis, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 653-671. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(41)

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Olga Lavrinenko, Oleg Rybalkin, Alina Danileviča, Marija Sprūde. GREEN ECONOMY: CONTENT AND METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES

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Lavrinenko, O.; Rybalkin, O.; Danileviča, A.; Sprūde, M. 2022. Green economy: content and methodological approaches, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 635-652. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(40)

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Andrejus Novikovas, Rasa Grigonienė. EMPLOYEE DATA RETENTION PERIODS IN IMPLEMENTING THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN: THE SITUATION IN LITHUANIA

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Novikovas, A.; Grigonienė, R. 2022. Employee data retention periods in implementing the right to be forgotten: the situation in Lithuania, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 623-634. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(39)

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Janka Beresecká, Martin Hronec, Štefan Hronec, Jana Hroncová-Vicianová. THE IMPACT OF TOP MANAGEMENT EDUCATION ON THE SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT

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Beresecká, J.; Hronec, M.; Hronec, .; Hroncová-Vicianová, J. 2022. The impact of top management education on the socially responsible management of local government in the context of investment development, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 608-622. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(38)

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Michal Tlustý, Iveta Kmecová. THE DEGREE OF USE OF MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS DEPENDING ON THE SECTOR AND SIZE OF ENTERPRISES

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Tlustý, M.; Kmecová, I. 2022. The degree of use of motivational factors depending on the sector and size of enterprises, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 590-607. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(37)

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Ján Morvai, Mihály Ormos, Imrich Antalík, Ladislav Mura, Adam Páldi, Barnabás Szabó. FINANCIAL PLANNING IN SLOVAKIA: RESULTS OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH

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Morvai, J.; Ormos, M.; Antalík, I.; Mura, L.; Páldi, A.; Szabó, B. 2022. Financial planning in Slovakia: results of empirical research, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 572-589. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(36)

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Michał Bilczak. THE STATE OF THE CROSS-BORDER ECONOMY IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION IN MODERN CONDITIONS

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Bilczak, M. 2022. The state of the cross-border economy in the Baltic Sea Region in modern conditions, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 557-571. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(35)

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Aina Čaplinska, Alina Danileviča. FINANCIAL LITERACY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL LEAVERS: A CASE OF LATGALE REGION IN LATVIA

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Čaplinska, A.; Danileviča, A. 2022. Financial literacy of secondary school leavers: a case of Latgale region in Latvia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 544-556. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(34)

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Dainius Genys, Aušra Pažėraitė. MAPPING LITHUANIAN TRANSITION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE ENERGY: SOCIOLOGICAL ACCOUNT ON A WASTE-TO-ENERGY CASE

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Genys, D.; Pažėraitė, A. 2022. Mapping Lithuanian transition towards sustainable energy: sociological account on a waste-to-energy case, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 527-543. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(33)

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Veronika Machová, Tomáš Krulický, Michaela Brožová. VALUATION OF GOODWILL USING WEIGHTED AVERAGE RETURN ON ASSETS: ASSESSMENT OF AVERAGE TRANSPORT AND STORAGE ENTERPRISE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

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Machová, V.; Krulický, T.; Brožová, M. 2022. Valuation of goodwill using weighted average return on assets: assessment of average transport and storage enterprise in the Czech Republic, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 10(2): 510-526. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2022.10.2(32)

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