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Volume 6 Number 2 December 2018

Issue DOI: 10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2

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PAPERS:

1. State aid and investment: case of Slovakia

Michal Fabuš, Marek Csabay

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Fabuš, M.; Csabay, M. 2018. State aid and investment: case of Slovakia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 480-488. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(1)

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2. Smart management of technologies: predictive maintenance of industrial equipment using wireless sensor networks

Andrey I. Vlasov, Pavel V. Grigoriev, Aleksey I. Krivoshein, Vadim A. Shakhnov, Sergey S. Filin, Vladimir S. Migalin

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Vlasov, A. I.; Grigoriev, P. V.; Krivoshein, A. I.; Shakhnov, V. A.; Filin, S. S.; Migalin, V. S. 2018. Smart management of technologies: predictive maintenance of industrial equipment using wireless sensor networks, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 489-502. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(2)

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3. Teamwork management in Creative industries: factors influencing productivity

Jūratė Černevičiūtė, Rolandas Strazdas

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Černevičiūtė, J.; Strazdas, R. 2018. Teamwork management in Creative industries: factors influencing productivity, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 503-516. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(3)

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4. Intentions to adopt ecopreneurship: moderating role of collectivism and altruism

Farida Saleem, Ahmad Adeel, Rizwan Ali, Shabir Hyder

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Saleem, F.; Adeel, A.; Ali, R.; Hyder, S. 2018. Intentions to adopt ecopreneurship: moderating role of collectivism and altruism, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 517-537. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(4)

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5. Peculiarities of housing market: dynamics of housing availability in Ukraine

Valerii O. Omelchuk

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Omelchuk, V. O. 2018. Peculiarities of housing market: dynamics of housing availability in Ukraine, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 538-547. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(5)

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6. Towards the Silk Road economic zone initiative: historical perspective

Ayula Zhylankozova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Zhylankozova, A. 2018. Towards the Silk Road economic zone initiative: historical perspective, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 548-557. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(6)

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7. Efficiency of using agricultural land in Kazakhstan

Aigul Yerseitova, Sara Issakova, Leila Jakisheva, Almara Nauryzbekova, Altynay Moldasheva

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Yerseitova, A.; Issakova, S.; Jakisheva, L.; Nauryzbekova, A.; Moldasheva, A. 2018. Efficiency of using agricultural land in Kazakhstan, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 558-576. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(7)

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8. Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial management in high-technology industries

Aleksandr M. Batkovskiy, Natalya S. Efimova, Vyacheslav D. Kalachanov, Elena G. Semenova, Alena V. Fomina, Viktor M. Balashov

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Batkovskiy, A. M.; Efimova, N. S.; Kalachanov, V. D.; Semenova, E. G.; Fomina, A. V.; Balashov, V. M. 2018. Evaluation of the efficiency of industrial management in high-technology industries, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 577-590. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(8)

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9. Analysis of the development terms of the radio market in The Slovak Republic

Michal Fabuš, Marcel Lincényi

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Fabuš, M.; Lincényi, M. 2018. Analysis of the development terms of the radio market in The Slovak Republic, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 591-602. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(9)

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10. The process of individualisation of punishment in insolvency crimes

Jozef Čentéš, Michal Mrva, Michal Krajčovič

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Čentéš, J.; Mrva, M.; Krajčovič, M. 2018. The process of individualisation of punishment in insolvency crimes, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 603-619. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(10)

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11. Second pension pillar participants' behaviour: the Lithuanian case

Teodoras Medaiskis, Tadas Gudaitis, Jaroslav Mečkovski

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Medaiskis, T.; Gudaitis, T.; Mečkovski, J. 2018. Second pension pillar participants' behaviour: the Lithuanian case, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 620-635. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(11)

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12. The ability of listed companies to optimize their capital structure, shape their distribution policy and fight hostile takeovers by repurchasing their own shares

Daniel Schwarz

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Schwarz, D. 2018. The ability of listed companies to optimize their capital structure, shape their distribution policy and fight hostile takeovers by repurchasing their own shares, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 636-648. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(12)

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13. The doctrine of apparent authority as a precondition for sustainable business

Vaidas Jurkevičius, Yuliia Pokhodun

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Jurkevičius, V.; Pokhodun, Y. 2018. The doctrine of apparent authority as a precondition for sustainable business, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 649-661. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(13)

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14. An overview of business models in the Czech chemical industry: a sustainable multiple value creation perspective

Peter Kita, Iveta Šimberová

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Kita, P.; Šimberová, I. 2018. An overview of business models in the Czech chemical industry: a sustainable multiple value creation perspective, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 662-676. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(14)

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15. Identification of the factors of competitiveness of industrial company based on the module approach

Boris Nikiforovich Gerasimov, Vera Ansarovna Vasyaycheva, Kirill Borisovich Gerasimov

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Gerasimov, B. N.; Vasyaycheva, V. A.; Gerasimov, K. B. 2018. Identification of the factors of competitiveness of industrial company based on the module approach, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 677-691. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(15)

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16. Population in the shadow market: petty corruption and unpaid taxes

Gennady Vasilievich Osipov, Vladimir Ivanovich Glotov, Svetlana Gennadievna Karepova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Osipov, G. V.; Glotov, V. I.; Karepova, S. G. 2018. Population in the shadow market: petty corruption and unpaid taxes, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 692-710. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(16)

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17. Intellectual input of development by knowledge-based economy: problems of measuring in countries with developing markets

Rimma Sagiyeva, Aziza Zhuparova, Rashid Ruzanov, Raigul Doszhan, Askar Askerov

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Sagiyeva, R.; Zhuparova, A.; Ruzanov, R.; Doszhan, R.; Askerov, A. 2018. Intellectual input of development by knowledge-based economy: problems of measuring in countries with developing markets, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 711-728. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(17)

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18. Low-Low (LL) high human capital clusters in public administration employment - predictor for digital infrastructure public investment priority - Romania case study

Cristina Lincaru, Speranta Pîrciog, Adriana Grigorescu, Gabriela Tudose

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Lincaru, C.; Pîrciog, S.; Grigorescu, A.; Tudose, G. 2018. Low-Low (LL) high human capital clusters in public administration employment - predictor for digital infrastructure public investment priority - Romania case study, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 729-753. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(18)

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19. Innovation security of cross-border innovative milieu

Andrey S. Mikhaylov, Anna A. Mikhaylova, Oksana V. Savchina

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Mikhaylov, A. S.; Mikhaylova, A. A.; Savchina, O. V. 2018. Innovation security of cross-border innovative milieu, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 754-766. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(19)

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20. The investment climate in Latvia's, Lithuania's and Belarus's cross-border regions: the subjective-objective assessment

Alina Ohotina, Olga Lavrinenko, Jevgenij Gladevich, Dainis Lazdans

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Ohotina, A.; Lavrinenko, O.; Gladevich, J.; Lazdans, D. 2018. The investment climate in Latvia's, Lithuania's and Belarus's cross-border regions: the subjective-objective assessment, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 767-780. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(20)

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21. Flexible forms of employment, an opportunity or a curse for the modern economy? Case study: banks in Poland

Jerzy Kaźmierczyk, Aleksandra Chinalska

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Kaźmierczyk, J.; Chinalska, A. 2018. Flexible forms of employment, an opportunity or a curse for the modern economy? Case study: banks in Poland, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 782-798. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(21)

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22. Towards quality assurance of the study process using the Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Method

Rimvydas Labanauskis, Aurelija Kasparavičiūtė, Vida Davidavičienė, Dovilė Deltuvienė

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Labanauskis, R.; Kasparavičiūtė, A.; Davidavičienė, V.; Deltuvienė, D. 2018. Towards quality assurance of the study process using the Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Method, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 799-819. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(22)

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23. Acceptance criterion of state coercion in contemporary society

Olga Finogentova, Vasiliy Tokarev, Mikhail Petrenko, Tatyana Primak

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Finogentova, O.; Tokarev, V.; Petrenko, M.; Primak, T. 2018. Acceptance criterion of state coercion in contemporary society, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 820-829. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(23)

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24. The tax mechanism of managing the process of formation of information economy in modern Russia

Olga Vandina, Zoya Mkrtychan, Igor Denisov, Yelena Vechkinzova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Vandina, O.; Mkrtychan, Z.; Denisov, I.; Vechkinzova, Y. 2018. The tax mechanism of managing the process of formation of information economy in modern Russia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 830-839. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(24)

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25. Possibilities of Blitz-Psychograms as a tool for human resource management in the supporting system of hardiness of company

Tatyana Pritvorova, Bysuly Tasbulatova, Yelena Petrenko

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Pritvorova, T.; Tasbulatova, B.; Petrenko, Y. 2018. Possibilities of Blitz-Psychograms as a tool for human resource management in the supporting system of hardiness of company, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 840-853. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(25)

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26. Factors influencing student entrepreneurship intentions: the case of Lithuanian and South Korean universities

Živilė Baubonienė, Kyong Ho Hahn, Andrius Puksas, Eglė Malinauskienė

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Baubonienė, .; Hahn, K. H.; Puksas, A.; Malinauskienė, E. 2018. Factors influencing student entrepreneurship intentions: the case of Lithuanian and South Korean universities, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 854-871. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(26)

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27. Options simulation toolkit for strategic evaluation of corporations' financial potential

Viktoriya Valeryevna Manuylenko, Marina Aleksandrovna Loktionova, Nina Vladimirovna Lipchiu, Natalia Vladimirovna Sobchenko, Tatyana Andreyevna Sadovskaya

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Manuylenko, V. V.; Loktionova, M. A.; Lipchiu, N. V.; Sobchenko, N. V.; Sadovskaya, T. A. 2018. Options simulation toolkit for strategic evaluation of corporations' financial potential, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 871-889. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(27)

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28. Impact of spatial development on sustainable entrepreneurship

Elena Petrovna Kiselitsa, Natalia Nikolaevna Shilova, Irina Aleksandrovna Liman, Egor Evgenyevich Naumenko

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Kiselitsa, E. P.; Shilova, N. N.; Liman, I. A.; Naumenko, E. E. 2018. Impact of spatial development on sustainable entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 890-911. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(28)

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29. Improving the system of labor incentives and stimulation in oil companies

Vera Vladimirovna Plenkina, Irina Vladimirovna Osinovskaya

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Plenkina, V. V.; Osinovskaya, I. V. 2018. Improving the system of labor incentives and stimulation in oil companies, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 912-926. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(29)

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30. Analyzing regional differences in the condition and development of trade in Russia

Albina Nikolaevna Mayorova, Svetlana Viktoronva Panasenko, Alexander Fedorovich Nikishin, Gennady Gennadjevich Ivanov, Elena Aleksandrovna Mayorova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Mayorova, A. N.; Panasenko, S. V.; Nikishin, A. F.; Ivanov, G. G.; Mayorova, E. A. 2018. Analyzing regional differences in the condition and development of trade in Russia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 927-938. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(30)

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31. Urban inequalities in Italy: a comparison between Rome, Milan and Naples

Keti Lelo, Salvatore Monni, Federico Tomassi

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Lelo, K.; Monni, S.; Tomassi, F. 2018. Urban inequalities in Italy: a comparison between Rome, Milan and Naples, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 939-957. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(31)

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32. The investment component in a nation’s economic security: the case of the Russian Federation

Marina Gennadievna Nikitina, Viktoriya Viktorovna Pobirchenko, Elena Alekseevna Shutaieva, Anna Ivanovna Karlova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Nikitina, M. G.; Pobirchenko, V. V.; Shutaieva, E. A.; Karlova, A. I. 2018. The investment component in a nation’s economic security: the case of the Russian Federation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 958-967. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(32)

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33. Relationship of gender to the position of Slovak University students on the socio-economic determinants of the business environment and the development of entrepreneurship

Jaroslav Belas, Beata Gavurova, Martin Cepel, Anna Kotaskova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Belas, J.; Gavurova, B.; Cepel, M.; Kotaskova, A. 2018. Relationship of gender to the position of Slovak University students on the socio-economic determinants of the business environment and the development of entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 968-978. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(33)

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34. Migration and the economic crisis in the European Union member states: cluster analysis

Lorena Škuflić, Mira Krpan, Berislav Žmuk

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Škuflić, L.; Krpan, M.; Žmuk, B. 2018. Migration and the economic crisis in the European Union member states: cluster analysis, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 979-1000. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(34)

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35. Developmental review program impact on enhancing the effectiveness of "Teaching and Learning" in accounting program: a case study in a Saudi University

Nabil Ahmed Mareai Senan

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Senan, N. A. 2018. Developmental review program impact on enhancing the effectiveness of "Teaching and Learning" in accounting program: a case study in a Saudi University, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 1001-1017. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(35)

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36. Strategies of interaction with a consumer within the marketing product policy

Oleksandra Stoian, Tetiana Polozova, Evgen Didenko, Oleksandra Storozhenko, Olena Moskvichova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Stoian, O.; Polozova, T.; Didenko, E.; Storozhenko, O.; Moskvichova, O. 2018. Strategies of interaction with a consumer within the marketing product policy, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 1018-1027. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(36)

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37. Sustainable economic development and post-economy of artificial intelligence

Oktay Mamedov, Yuri Tumanyan, Oksana Ishchenko-Padukova, Irina Movchan

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Mamedov, O.; Tumanyan, Y.; Ishchenko-Padukova, O.; Movchan, I. 2018. Sustainable economic development and post-economy of artificial intelligence, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 1028-1040. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(37)

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38. Sustainability issues of territorial power systems in market conditions

Evgeny Lisin, Galina Kurdiukova, Natalya Ketoeva, Joana Katina

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Lisin, E.; Kurdiukova, G.; Ketoeva, N.; Katina, J. 2018. Sustainability issues of territorial power systems in market conditions, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(2): 1041-1052. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.6.2(38)

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