wtorek, 14 listopada 2017

2017 - Zeszyt 111

Informacja o DUN
Podziękowania
FOREWORD .......................................................................................................................... 11
1. Edyta BRZYCHCZY, Agnieszka TRZCIONKOWSKA − New possibilities for process analysis in an underground mine ............................................................................. 13
2. Kinga STECUŁA, Jarosław BRODNY − Meaning of knowledge to the increased effectiveness of the use of mining machines ........................................................................ 27
3. Ryszard SNOPKOWSKI, Aneta NAPIERAJ, Marta SUKIENNIK − Examples of using the intensity indicator of winning stream for various longwall shearer-based mining technologies ............................................................................................................. 39
4. Paweł BOGACZ − Assessing market attractiveness of individual consumers sector for hard coal producers ......................................................................................................... 55
5. Jacek BENDKOWSKI − Empirical study on engagement of coal mines employees ....... 69
6. Adam GUMIŃSKI − The coal output reserve in a group of collieries .............................. 83
7. Anna BLUSZCZ − Assumptions of the climate policy and coal mining in the European Union .................................................................................................................... 97
8. Radosław WOLNIAK − The Corporate Social Responsibility practices in mining sector in Spain and in Poland – similarities and differences .............................................. 111
Summary ............................................................................................................................... 121

sobota, 21 października 2017

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środa, 18 października 2017

2017 - Zeszyt 108

Informacja o DUN  
Okładka
Stopka redakcyjna
FOREWORD ……………………………………………………………………………...
7
1. Agnieszka Izabela BARUK – Prosumeric activity of purchasers in the context of the level of their education …………………………………………………………
9
2. Jacek BENDKOWSKI – How to manage ad-hoc collaboration networks ……………
23
3. Anna BLUSZCZ – Methods of evaluation of the level of sustainable development – Poland on the background of the European Union ……………………………………
35
4. Andrzej BODAK – Safe working environment in the process of employee well-being ……………………………………………………………………………..
45
5. Jan BRZÓSKA, Marek KRANNICH – Model of the regional revitalization operator …......................................................................................................................
55
6. Алэксaндр Г. ЧЕРЕП – Influences of investment activity in Ukraine on level of competitiveness of the states ………………………………………………………
69
7. Аллa B. ЧЕРЕП – Problem questions of forming of home skilled potential ………...
75
8. Agnieszka GOŹDZIEWSKA-NOWICKA, Tomasz JANICKI, Wojciech POPŁAWSKI, Urszula SŁUPSKA – Determinants of the formation of interorganizational structures ………………….…………………………………...
85
9. Agnieszka GOŹDZIEWSKA-NOWICKA, Tomasz JANICKI, Wojciech POPŁAWSKI, Urszula SŁUPSKA – The companies functioning in the structures of virtual organizations …..……………………………………………........................
95
10. Sandra GRABOWSKA – Key performance indicators – case study ...........................
105
11. Liubov I. HALKIV, Ihor Y. KULYNIAK – Formation of innovative economy: investment principles of educational potential development ………………………….
113
12. Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA – Economic consequences of market risk in coal mining production in Poland …………………………………………………………..
123
13. Jarosław KACZMAREK – The potential and results vs. financial security of going concern of land transport companies ………………………………………………….
133
14. Konrad KOLEGOWICZ – The investments and employment in small, medium and large enterprises in Poland …………………………………………………………….
147
15. Ольга КОПИЛОВА – The concept of the Ukrainian securities market integration to global trade networks ………………………….....…………………………………
161
16. Jolanta KORKOSZ-GĘBSKA – Selected aspects of corporate social (ir)responsibility of production companies ..…………………………………………..
173
17. Paweł KOSIŃ – Causal examining changes of the relation of the market to book capital value ……………………………….…………………………………………..
183
18. Aleksandra KOSZAREK-CYRA, Monika PIŚNIAK – The ecological awareness of students of the Management Faculty of the Częstochowa University of Technology ..
193
19. Teresa KRAŚNICKA – Succession and the economic and financial position of family firms in Poland and Czech Republic. Qualitative study results .....................
203
20. Paweł KRZEMIŃSKI – The importance of controlling in entities’ management processes ………...…………………………………………………………………….
215
21. Andrzej LIMAŃSKI, Ireneusz DRABIK – Foreign direct investment location risk
229
22. Andrzej MAGRUK – Minimizing of uncertainty phenomenin in system of industry 4.0 by anticipation of unprecedented events ……………………………...
243
23. Stanisław MARCINIAK – The role of economy and management in production engineering ……………………………………………………………………...……..
255
24. Rafał MATWIEJCZUK – Knowledge-based management concept as a basis for business competences development ……………………………………………….
263
25. Elena MIESZAJKINA – Strategic context of the development of small enterprises of Lublin Region ………………………………………………………………………
275
26. Radosław MIŚKIEWICZ – Consolidated divisions and organizational structures of selected metallurgical enterprises …………………………………………………..
285
27. Bogdan NOGALSKI, Przemysław NIEWIADOMSKI – Flexible production or merchanting? Attempt to assess the transaction value in the light of the adopted business model ...………………………………………………………………………
297
28. Людмила ОЛЕЙНІКОВА – Transformation of approaches to administration of taxes in Ukraine in case of financial decentralization …………………..…………
315
29. Krzysztof PAŁUCHA – Organization and management of flexible manufacturing system .………………………………………………………………...........................
327
30. Jacek PASIECZNY– Conditions of the development of organizational games ...……
339
31. Irena PYKA, Jan PYKA – Messages and demons for the repolonization of national banks ……………………………………………………………………………...…...
349
32. Aleksandra RACHWAŁ, Anna SĘDEK-MAZGAJ, Radosław WOLNIAK – PN- EN ISO 9001:2015 requirements versus welding process performance …………
363
33. Aurelia RYBAK, Anna MANOWSKA – Seasonality of the coal demand in Poland and the strategies of hard coal production .……………………………………………
373
34. Stanisław STRZELCZAK – Functional requirements for production Internet (Ψ) …..
383
35. Paweł SZEWCZYK – Potential applications of the blockchain technology in healthcare ……...……………………………………………………………………
395
36. Krzysztof S. TARGIEL – Project management in technical and IT projects ………...
403
37. Lech WINIOWSKI – Identification of processes in the course of process organization implementation on the example of selected industrial companies ……...
411
38. Radosław WOLNIAK – Analysis of relationship between using certificates ISO 9001 vs ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 vs ISO/ TS 16949 ……………………………
421
39. Mirosław WYPYCH – Stock exchange companies owned by the state treasury – financial aspects and market position .………………………………………………...
431
40. Dariusz WYRWA – Evaluation of the European Union’s innovative policy in the regional context – metodological problems ……………………………………
441
41. Katarzyna ZADROS – How to escape from social responsibility and remain a socially responsible company ……………………………………………………….
451

poniedziałek, 2 października 2017

2017 - Zeszyt 110

Informacja o DUN 
Foreword .................................................................................................................................... 5
Zuzana BALUNOVÁ - Credibility and building a good corporate reputation .......................... 7
Zuzana ČMELÍKOVÁ - Managing ethics in organization – focusing innovation in creating ethical organizational culture ................................................................................. 13
Vladimir DURCIK - The ethics of a politician as professional ethics? ................................... 27
Pavel FOBEL - Innovative role of (applied) ethics and creation of good practice .................. 37
Daniela FOBELOVÁ - Ancient desire for fragile happiness ................................................... 45
Monika FOBELOVÁ - Postfundationalism and business ethics ............................................. 53
Tomáš FORGON - Ethics in communication in organizational culture in healthcare facilities .................................................................................................................................... 61
Michaela HARABIŠOVÁ - Ethical-nursing approach to the quality of patient´s life in a terminal stage of the cancer disease .................................................................................. 69
Andrea KLIMKOVÁ - Deconstruction and evaluation of agenda 2030 and local agenda 21 in the context of applied ethics ................................................................................................ 81
Bartłomiej KNOSALA - Media ecology in Gliwice. About two projects realized by department of applied social science (Silesian University of Technology) and museum in Gliwice ................................................................................................................................. 91
Małgorzata KOSZEMBAR-WIKLIK - Organisational culture and the dominant form of communication at the university ........................................................................................ 101
Daniela KOVAĽOVÁ, Daniela KOVÁČOVÁ - The university’s role in the process of creating a better society ..................................................................................................... 111
Paulina KUZIOR - Criminality issues - causes, types, effects ............................................... 125
Miriam MARTINKOVIČOVÁ, Dana BENČIKOVÁ - The ethical competence of graduates as a part of their professional competence ......................................................... 139
Lukáš MORAVEC - The role of the epistemic community in socio-economic development . 151
Zuzana PALOVIČOVÁ - Human rıghts: autonomy? Interest or specıfıc needs? ................. 159
Tatiana RAPČÍKOVÁ - Ethical approach by healthcare workers to patients having special needs while focusing on the mentally ill individuals ................................................. 169
Jana STUDENÁ - Relation of freedom and security in measures of crisis management ...... 179
Eva SVITAČOVÁ, Danka MORAVČÍKOVÁ - Environmental responsibility of young people in the context of globalizing culture and economy ..................................................... 191
Maciej ZAJĄC, Wojciech J. BOBER - Autonomous military robots – critical topography of possible reactions to upcoming technological revolution .................................................. 201

2017 - Zeszyt 109

Informacja o DUN 

1. Lilla KNOP, Sławomir OLKO  Cooperation in Clusters and Networks – Creativity and Innovativeness Challenges: An Introduction ................................................................... 5
2. Lilla KNOP, Sławomir OLKO  Clusters in Cultural and Creative Industries in Europe – Specialisation and Activities .............................................................................. 9
3. Sławomir OLKO  The Impact of the Networks and Clusters in Cultural and Creative Industries on Regional Innovation Ecosystem - Analysis of the Selected Cases in Europe .............................................................................................................................. 25
4. Lilla KNOP, Monika ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT  Creative Clusters Against the Background of the Development of Clusters in Poland ....................................................... 43
5. Agata MESJASZ-LECH  Factors Conducive to the Development of Business Cooperation in a Cluster Initiative – a Statistical Analysis .................................................. 65
6. Beata SKOWRON-GRABOWSKA  Criteria of Evaluating Key National Clusters in the Value Chain and with Reference to the Local Conditions ......................................... 77
7. Magdalena RZEMIENIAK – Identity Building in Creative Clusters .................................. 85
8. Beata SKOWRON-GRABOWSKA, Joanna NOWAKOWSKA-GRUNT – Innovative Projects in Enterprises .......................................................................................................... 97

środa, 27 września 2017

2017 - Zeszyt 106

Informacja o DUN
FOREWORD …………………………………………………………………………….
7
I. INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND RELATIONS IN THE POLITICAL ASPECT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
1. GĄSOWSKI A. – Cooperation of the European Union and African Union for sustainable development (with special consideration on Sub-saharan Africa) ……
11
2. SZULCZYŃSKI M. – Effect of the new energy economy over reduction of the world geopolitical tensions ……………………………………………………..
23
3. TOMALA M. – Baltic Sea state towards sustainable development ………………….
35
4. ZAŁUCKI K. – TTIP – chance or threat for the EU, its entrepreneurs and citizens? Attempt at an analysis of treaty results ………………………………………………..
45
II. EDUCATION AS A DETERMINANT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
5. ANDRUSZKIEWICZ F., KULIK-GRZYBEK D. – Continuing education as a determinant of sustainable development …………………………………………
59
6. KĘDZIERSKA B., MRÓZ A. – Teacher towards the paradigm of sustainable development of the individual ………………………………………………………...
69
7. NOWAK J. – Education for sustainable development facing the challenges of the twenty-first century society …………………………………………………….
81
8. KAUF S., STEC P. – Higher education – a factor in sustainable regional development …………………………………………………………………………...
93
III. SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
9. ADAMCZYK M. – Aging of the polish society as a challenge to sustainable development …………………………………………………………………………...
105
10. BETLEJ A. – Challenges of sustainable development in network society …………..
115
11. CHYLIŃSKI M. – Informations and media literacies and managing of audience's attention ……………………………………………………………………………….
125
12. CZAKON P. – Social inequalities and the quality of life. Scientific understanding and relations between terms …………………………………………………………...
139
13. HABER G. – The concept of sustainable development as a challenge for urban policy on the example of the project of the "Big Opole" in the 21st century ………….
153
14. KLIMSKA A., LEŹNICKI M. – Ethical and axiological premise of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development (The Post-2015 Agenda) ……………………….
165
15. LOBANOVA A., SLAVINA E. – Ecological culture of the inhabitants of largeindustrial region as a factor of its sustainable development (for example, Krivoy Rog,Ukraine) ………………………………………………………………………………. 183
16. LUBIŃSKA-TOMCZAK M. – Assistantship as a new instrument of social work,supporting the sustainable development of the family ……………………………….. 195
17. RACHWANIEC-SZCZECIŃSKA Ż., GRABOWSKI D. – Job satisfaction,work ethic and sense of coherence among call center employees ……………………. 207
18. SZULAKOWSKA J. – The sustainable development as the target of the culturaleducation – stimulation of the civil social on the example of The Academy of ActiveSenior and Community Center „Koszutka” in Katowice …………………………….. 217
19. VLASENKO A., VLASENKO V. – The historical systematic evaluationsof processes at large social-territorial systems: transportation sector semanticmodeling methods …………………………………………………………………….. 229
IV. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DETERMINANT OF THE PROCESSES
OF CHANGE
18. KLIMKOVÁ A. – Ethical counseling and new horizons of the social dimensionsof sustainability and cultural heritage ………………………………………………… 243
19. PEKAR F. – Ethical challenges towards sustainable healthcare within changingdemographic and economical environment ……………………………………255
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