piątek, 10 kwietnia 2020

Number 139



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Foreword ………………………………………………………………………………….
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1. Grażyna ADAMCZYK-ŁOJEWSKA – Business activity intensification processes in European Union member states, including Poland …………………………………
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2. Krzysztof ANDRUSZKIEWICZ – Innovation activity of enterprises in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship as the way to the region’s competitivenss and development ………………………………………………………………………
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3. Ewelina BERLIŃSKA – Smart specialisations – comparative analysis of selected Polish regions using the location quotient …………………………………………….
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4. Magdalena BIERZYŃSKA-SUDOŁ – Marketing in the social services sector for seniors in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship ………………………………..
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5. Zbigniew BRODZIŃSKI – Social entrepreneurship as a factor of a region’s competitiveness .……………………………………………………………………….
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6. Katarzyna BUDZYŃSKA – Does regional specialisation affect the geographical concentration of companies with foreign capital? – Analysis based on the example of selected cities in Poland …………………………………………………………….
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7. Iwona CZERSKA, Tetiana KORPAK – Good practices of Polish companies in terms of sustainable development challenges ………………………………………
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8. Magdalena DASZKIEWICZ, Aleksandra WOŁOSECKA – Development of a brand idea as the basis for region branding. A case study of the Jizera mountains and the foreland region ………………………………………………………………..
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9. Marie GABRYŠOVÁ, Wiesław CIECHOMSKI – The role of crisis management in the functioning of border regions …………………………………………………...
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10. Marianna GRETA, Jacek OTTO – Euroregion as a natural cluster – the effect of integrating conditions on the development and management possibilities of the regional structures ………………………………………………………………
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11. Małgorzata GRZESZCZAK, Iwona POSADZIŃSKA – Innovative activity of small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland and selected EU countries ………...
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12. Maria GRZYBEK, Wiesław SZOPIŃSKI – The scope and significance of the relationship between an enterprise and the social environment in the region ….
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13. Marzena KACPRZAK, Izabela WIELEWSKA – Organic food market and growing needs and awareness of the contemporary consumer …………………...
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14. Urszula KĘPROWSKA – The role of event marketing in creating tourist experience .
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15. Monika KLEMKE-PITEK – Evaluation of the measures in the completed EU projects supporting e-services development in some local governments of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region …………………………………………………...
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16. Monika KLEMKE-PITEK, Iwona POSADZIŃSKA – Evaluation of the use of EU funds allocated to public services development in local government administration in Poland ………………………………………………………………
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17. Anna KOCHMAŃSKA – Contemporary problems occurring in multicultural teams, exemplified by the opinions of employees from the Upper Silesian region …………..
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18. Ewa KORELESKA – Selected aspects of marketing of specialist shops and their importance for the region ……………………………………………………………...
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19. Grażyna KOWALEWSKA – Economic migration as an outcome of globalization and integration processes affecting the competitiveness of regions …………………..
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20. Wiesława KUŹNIAR – The image of a Smart City in the context of its impact on the residents ………………………………………………………………………..
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21. Krzysztof LEWANDOWSKI – The European Union’s cohesion policy in the face of new challenges ……………………………………………………………………..
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22. Edyta ŁYŻWA – Press propaganda as a tool of social communication – the historical perspective ………………………………………………………………
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23. Agnieszka MALKOWSKA – Interreg A funds as an instrument for managing a border region ………………………………………………………………………...
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24. Arkadiusz MALKOWSKI – Shopping tourism as a factor in the development of peripheral areas on the example of the Polish-Ukrainian borderland ……………...
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25. Rafał MAZUR – Regional and traditional products – some comments from the segmentation, promotion and local development perspectives ……………...
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26. Małgorzata MICHALCEWICZ-KANIOWSKA, Małgorzata ZAJDEL – Construction materials market in Poland 2018 ………………………………………..
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27. Danuta MIERZWA, Dominika MIERZWA, Paulina KOBEL – Occupational burnout as a negative phenomenon in Polish uniformed services – research report
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28. Marta MISZCZAK – The role of university in shaping local environmental awareness .……………………………………………………………………………..
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29. Paweł MODRZYŃSKI – Shared service centres in the public sector – building corporate governance or implementing barely-altered organisational changes? ……...
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30. Anna MURAWSKA – Gender as a factor behind unequal labour market participation of women and men in European Union countries ………………………
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31. Monika MURAWSKA – Investments in seaside apartments as a factor in the development of Central Pomerania …………………………………………….
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32. Małgorzata NADZIAKIEWICZ – The implemented ISO system and its influence on the functioning of the Silesian healthcare organization ……………………………
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33. Piotr NOWACZYK – Profitability of investment in the development of the sailing infrastructure of small Polish seaports ………………………………………………...
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34. Monika ODLANICKA-POCZOBUTT, Jakub SEMRAU – Analysis of interferences in the transport of prisoners with the application of Ishikawa diagram ..
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35. Magdalena PANASIUK – Public-private partnership as a response to public procurement in economic sectors ……………………………………………………...
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36. Katarzyna PAWLAK, Grzegorz HAJDUK – City branding with stakeholders’ participation …………………………………………………………………………...
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37. Aleksandra PŁONKA – State interventionism in agriculture – rationale, goals, conditions ……………………………………………………………………………...
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38. Aleksandra PŁONKA, Mariusz DACKO – Secondary school youth and the idea of sustainable development – opinions and attitudes ………………………………….
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39. Katarzyna RADECKA – Integrated management systems as supporting tools in terms of new challenges and transformation trends in logistics with an enterprise in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region as an example ……………………………………
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40. Paweł SIEMASZKIEWICZ – Strategies implemented in Polish farms and resulting innovations …………………………………………………………………………….
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41. Anna SKÓRSKA – R&D activity as a factor of regional competitiveness ………….
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42. Brygida SMOŁKA-FRANKE – Urban revitalization as a strategy for creating a regional product ……………………………………………………………………..
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43. Marek STYCH – The falsified medicines directive and legal guarantees to ensure authenticity of medicines. The impact of drug serialization on medicine safety in the EU……………………………………………………………………………….
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44. Arkadiusz TUZIAK – New regionalism in the perspective of the region’s development in the conditions of European integration and globalisation ……………
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45. Katarzyna WARZECHA – Health as one of the goals of the Agenda 2030. Poland in comparison with EU countries ……………………………………………...
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46. Piotr WERYŃSKI, Dorota DOLIŃSKA-WERYŃSKA – Analysis of the emergence of barriers to development of social innovations. The case of senior NGOs ……………………………………………………………...
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47. Andrzej WÓJCIK – Share of renewable energy in Poland compared to EU countries ………………………………………………………………………..
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48. Anna WZIĄTEK-KUBIAK – Management of innovative resources in an unstable environment and selection of innovative firms ………………………………………..
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49. Małgorzata ZAJDEL, Małgorzata MICHALCEWICZ-KANIOWSKA – The dilemmas associated with the development of the EU institutional system ……...
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50. Dagmara K. ZUZEK, Bartosz MICKIEWICZ – Evaluation of the innovation effects implementation for firms’ competitiveness in the sector of small and medium enterprises in Poland on the example of the Małopolska Province …………………...
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