Volume 6 Number 3 March 2019

Issue DOI: 10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3

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PAPERS:

1. Real options analysis of abatement investments for sulphur emission control compliance

Sina Atari, Yassine Bakkar, Eunice Omolola Olaniyi, Gunnar Prause

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Atari, S.; Bakkar, Y.; Olaniyi, E. O.; Prause, G. 2019. Real options analysis of abatement investments for sulphur emission control compliance, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1062-1087. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(1)

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2. Model of sustainable regional development with implementation of brownfield areas

Henrieta Pavolová, Tomáš Bakalár, Elsanosi Mohamed Abdelhafiez Emhemed, Zuzana Hajduová, Martin Pafčo

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Pavolová, H.; Bakalár, T.; Emhemed, E. M.; Hajduová, Z.; Pafčo, M. 2019. Model of sustainable regional development with implementation of brownfield areas, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1088-1100. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(2)

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3. Using quantitative methods to identify insecurity due to unusual business operations

Antonín Korauš, Miroslav Gombár, Pavel Kelemen, Stanislav Backa

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Korauš, A.; Gombár, M.; Kelemen, P.; Backa, S. 2019. Using quantitative methods to identify insecurity due to unusual business operations, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1101-1112. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(3)

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4. The Role of Green Economy in Sustainable Development (Case Study: The EU States)

Olga Lavrinenko, Svetlana Ignatjeva, Alina Ohotina, Oleg Rybalkin, Dainis Lazdans

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Lavrinenko, O.; Ignatjeva, S.; Ohotina, A.; Rybalkin, O.; Lazdans, D. 2019. The Role of Green Economy in Sustainable Development (Case Study: The EU States), Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1113-1126. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(4)

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5. An approach to determining customer satisfaction in traditional Serbian restaurants

Dragisa Stanujkic, Darjan Karabasevic, Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas, Florentin Smarandache, Fausto Cavallaro

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Stanujkic, D.; Karabasevic, D.; Zavadskas, E. K.; Smarandache, F.; Cavallaro, F. 2019. An approach to determining customer satisfaction in traditional Serbian restaurants, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1127-1138. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(5)

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6. Role of Unemployment insurance in Sustainable development in Vietnam: Overview and policy implication

Le Thanh Tung

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Tung, L. T. 2019. Role of Unemployment insurance in Sustainable development in Vietnam: Overview and policy implication, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1139-1155. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(6)

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7. Social enterprises: evaluation of the impact of state support and corporate income exemptions on the state budget of Lithuania

Rasa Subačienė, Ramunė Budrionytė, Aida Mačerinskienė, Daiva Tamulevičienė

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Subačienė, R.; Budrionytė, R.; Mačerinskienė, A.; Tamulevičienė, D. 2019. Social enterprises: evaluation of the impact of state support and corporate income exemptions on the state budget of Lithuania, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1156-1171. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(7)

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8. Economics of the international ridesharing services - a trap for amateurs

Aleksandr Ključnikov, Boris Popesko, Jitka Kloudová

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Ključnikov, A.; Popesko, B.; Kloudová, J. 2019. Economics of the international ridesharing services - a trap for amateurs, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1172-1181. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(8)

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9. Factors for efficient use of information and communication technologies influencing sustainable position of service enterprises in Slovakia

Dana Benešová, Miroslav Hušek

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Benešová, D.; Hušek, M. 2019. Factors for efficient use of information and communication technologies influencing sustainable position of service enterprises in Slovakia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1182-1194. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(9)

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10. Content of a Intra Group Compliance Agreement as a risk mitigating factor

Marek Kordík, Lucia Kurilovská

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Kordík, M.; Kurilovská, L. 2019. Content of a Intra Group Compliance Agreement as a risk mitigating factor, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1195-1204. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(10)

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11. Labor market security in the light of external labor migration: new theoretical findings

Anna Lialina

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Lialina, A. 2019. Labor market security in the light of external labor migration: new theoretical findings, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1205-1225. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(11)

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12. Financing of young knowledge-based companies after the financial crisis: the case of Kazakhstan

Gulzhan Isatayeva, Velena Seitova, Gulzhamal Koptayeva, Altynai Turlybekova, Aigul Mutaliyeva

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Isatayeva, G.; Seitova, V.; Koptayeva, G.; Turlybekova, A.; Mutaliyeva, A. 2019. Financing of young knowledge-based companies after the financial crisis: the case of Kazakhstan, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1226-1234. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(12)

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13. Between sustainability, social cohesion and security. Regional development in North-Eastern Estonia

Gunnar Prause, Tarmo Tuisk, Eunice Omolola Olaniyi

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Prause, G.; Tuisk, T.; Olaniyi, E. O. 2019. Between sustainability, social cohesion and security. Regional development in North-Eastern Estonia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1235-1254. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(13)

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14. Managing contradiction and sustaining sustainability in inter organizational networks through leadership: a case study

Neman Muradli, Fariz Ahmadov

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Muradli, N.; Ahmadov, F. 2019. Managing contradiction and sustaining sustainability in inter organizational networks through leadership: a case study, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1255-1269. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(14)

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15. Security position and detection of unusual business operations from science and research perspective

Antonín Korauš, Ján Dobrovič, Jozef Polák, Pavel Kelemen

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Korauš, A.; Dobrovič, J.; Polák, J.; Kelemen, P. 2019. Security position and detection of unusual business operations from science and research perspective, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1270-1279. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(15)

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16. Study on the spatial distribution of China's Outward Foreign Direct Investment in EU and its influencing factors

Li Shuyan, Michal Fabuš

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Shuyan, L.; Fabuš, M. 2019. Study on the spatial distribution of China's Outward Foreign Direct Investment in EU and its influencing factors, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1280-1296. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(16)

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17. Motivation for disclosure of corporate social responsibility: evidence from banking industry in Indonesia

Atang Hermawan, Ardi Gunardi

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Hermawan, A.; Gunardi, A. 2019. Motivation for disclosure of corporate social responsibility: evidence from banking industry in Indonesia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1297-1306. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(17)

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18. Prerequisites for the development and prospects of organic agricultural products market

Alina Proshchalykina, Yevhenii Kyryliuk, Iryna Kyryliuk

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Proshchalykina, A.; Kyryliuk, Y.; Kyryliuk, I. 2019. Prerequisites for the development and prospects of organic agricultural products market, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1307-1317. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(18)

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19. Regional spillover effect to Gross Regional Development Product (GRDP) in The Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Nur Feriyantoa, Muafi , Dityawarman El Aiyubbic

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Feriyantoa, N.; , M.; Aiyubbic, D. E. 2019. Regional spillover effect to Gross Regional Development Product (GRDP) in The Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1318-1334. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(19)

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20. Analysis of the oil, price and currency factor of economic growth in Azerbaijan

Sugra Ingilab Humbatova, Azer Islam Ogli Garayev, Sabuhi Mileddin Ogli Tanriverdiev, Natig Gadim-Oglu Hajiyev

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Humbatova, S. I.; Garayev, A. I.; Tanriverdiev, S. M.; Hajiyev, N. G. 2019. Analysis of the oil, price and currency factor of economic growth in Azerbaijan, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1335-1353. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(20)

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21. Management control system, corporate social responsibility, and firm performance

Agus Ismaya Hasanudin, Yuliansyah Yuliansyah, Jamaliah Said, Christin Susilowati, Muafi

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Hasanudin, A. I.; Yuliansyah, Y.; Said, J.; Susilowati, C.; , M. 2019. Management control system, corporate social responsibility, and firm performance, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1354-1368. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(21)

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22. Passions and enthusiasm of small and medium enterprises (SMEs): A case study of Nakorn Ratchasima province, Thailand

Adisak Suvittawat

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Suvittawat, A. 2019. Passions and enthusiasm of small and medium enterprises (SMEs): A case study of Nakorn Ratchasima province, Thailand, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1369-1379. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(22)

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23. Dynamics and strategic directions of public health preservation in Russian Federation

Anatoliy I. Chistobaev, Zoya A. Semenova, Nikolai A. Grudtсyn

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Chistobaev, A. I.; Semenova, Z. A.; Grudtсyn, N. A. 2019. Dynamics and strategic directions of public health preservation in Russian Federation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1380-1392. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(23)

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24. The Effect of Human and Social Capital on Entrepreneurial Activities: A Case Study of Iran and Implications

Ehsan Chitsaz, Mehdi Tajpour, Elahe Hosseini, Hengameh Khorram, Saloomeh Zorrieh

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Chitsaz, E.; Tajpour, M.; Hosseini, E.; Khorram, H.; Zorrieh, S. 2019. The Effect of Human and Social Capital on Entrepreneurial Activities: A Case Study of Iran and Implications, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1393-1403. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(24)

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25. Business model and team as preconditions of a start-up viability

Štefan Slávik, Ráchel Hagarová, Ivana Ljudvigová, Branislav Zagoršek

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Slávik, .; Hagarová, R.; Ljudvigová, I.; Zagoršek, B. 2019. Business model and team as preconditions of a start-up viability, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1404-1427. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(25)

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26. Does the Phillips Curve exist in Indonesia? A Panel Granger Causality Model

Gatot Sasongko, Andrian Dolfriandra Huruta, Yudith Natalia Vebryanska Gultom

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Sasongko, G.; Huruta, A. D.; Gultom, Y. N. 2019. Does the Phillips Curve exist in Indonesia? A Panel Granger Causality Model, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1428-1443. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(26)

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27. Trust and development of education and science

Vyacheslav Volchik, Elena Maslyukova

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Volchik, V.; Maslyukova, E. 2019. Trust and development of education and science, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1444-1455. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(27)

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28. Biomass blockchain as a factor of energetical sustainability development

Emilia Krajnakova, Mantas Svazas, Valentinas Navickas

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Krajnakova, E.; Svazas, M.; Navickas, V. 2019. Biomass blockchain as a factor of energetical sustainability development, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1456-1467. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(28)

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29. Conflict resolution approaches towards smart sustainability of internal relations

Rastislav Kazanský, Vladimír Andrassy

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Kazanský, R.; Andrassy, V. 2019. Conflict resolution approaches towards smart sustainability of internal relations, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1468-1484. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(29)

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30. Local wisdom in rural microfinance: a descriptive study on villagers of East Sumba

Like Soegiono, Apriani Dorkas Rambu Atahau, Harijono , Andrian Dolfriandra Huruta

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Soegiono, L.; Atahau, A. D.; , H.; Huruta, A. D. 2019. Local wisdom in rural microfinance: a descriptive study on villagers of East Sumba, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1485-1496. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(30)

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31. Theoretical approach to the internationalization of SMEs: future research prospects based on bibliometric analysis

Monika Bužavaitė, Deniss Ščeulovs, Renata Korsakienė

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Bužavaitė, M.; Ščeulovs, D.; Korsakienė, R. 2019. Theoretical approach to the internationalization of SMEs: future research prospects based on bibliometric analysis, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1497-1511. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(31)

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32. The perceived value of social media marketing: an empirical study of online word-of-mouth in Saudi Arabian context

Ahmed S. Ajina

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Ajina, A. S. 2019. The perceived value of social media marketing: an empirical study of online word-of-mouth in Saudi Arabian context, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1512-1527. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(32)

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33. Industry 4.0 and national security: the phenomenon of disruptive technology

Tadas Limba, Andrius Stankevičius, Antanas Andrulevičius

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Limba, T.; Stankevičius, A.; Andrulevičius, A. 2019. Industry 4.0 and national security: the phenomenon of disruptive technology, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1528-1535. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(33)

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34. Food security as a prelude to sustainability: a case study in the agricultural sector, its impacts on the Al Kharj community in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Mohammad Rishad Faridi, M. M. Sulphey

Reference to this article should be made as follows:
Faridi, M. R.; Sulphey, M. M. 2019. Food security as a prelude to sustainability: a case study in the agricultural sector, its impacts on the Al Kharj community in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues 6(3): 1536-1545. https://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2019.6.3(34)

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