Proceedings of the 54th International Academic Virtual Conference, Prague

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HON SNIR SHLOMIT , TEITLER REGEV SHARON , LIFSZYC-FRIEDLANDER ANABEL WHAT AFFECT FIT TOURIST EXPANSES ON RESTAURANTS ? 1 - 1
ADAK NABA KUMAR MODERN MONEY THEORY, BY DEFINING MONEY AS STATE-ISSUED DEBT INSTRUMENT, FAILED TO PROVIDE SUFFICIENT SPENDING FOR SECURING FULL EMPLOYMENT; BUT SUCCEEDED IN BLURRING OUR UNDERSTANDING OF MONEY 2 - 86
ADAK NABA KUMAR AUSTRIAN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS’ SUGGESTION FOR INTRODUCING FREE PRIVATE BANKING SYSTEM IS SO ABSURD THAT IT CAN NEVER BE IMPLEMENTED 87 - 173
ALFOUHAILI NADIM THE TRADE-OFF BETWEEN BANKING RISK AND PROFITABILITY UNDER BASEL III CAPITAL REGULATION 174 - 174
ALIZADEHRAD ZOHREH , MAGLAKELIDZE EKATERINE CONCEPTUAL MODEL EXPLAINING THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE CSR AWARENESS (INVOLVEMENT) ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOR 175 - 187
BINHADAB NOUF THE ROLE OF CORRUPTION AND SECRECY IN TAX AVOIDANCE BY MULTINATIONAL FIRMS 188 - 188
CARADAICA MIHAIL INEQUALITY AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EUROPEAN UNION 189 - 189
CHONGCHAROEN KOOLCHALEE MULTICULTURAL LEADERSHIP AND THE ROLE OF THAI SCHOOL LEADERS 190 - 195
DANIEL JOSE LUIS , CHATELAIN-JARDON RUTH , ZHANG ZHUOFAN A STUDY OF WORK AND LIFE VALUES IN THE US: DO SUBCULTURES EXIST? 196 - 196
ESPARZA OMAR IN PRAISE OF HOPELESSNESS: GROUNDWORK FOR AN ETHICS OF THE DEAD 197 - 197
FIGUEIREDO SANDRA A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENTIAL’ DISCOURSES CONCERNING THE COVID-19 CONTEXT: AUTHENTICITY AND EMOTIONAL TONE 198 - 198
GEBREHIWOT TIGIST THE MYTH OF GENDER PARTICIPATION IN AFRICAN ECONOMY 199 - 212
JANIĆIJEVIĆ NEBOJŠA THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ON FIRM PERFORMANCE: ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AS A MAGIC WAND OR SILENT KILLER? 213 - 229
KALMAN RENATA DO LAW STUDENTS RECOGNIZE THE INJUSTICES OF SOCIETY? CAN WE ACHIEVE THE SOCIAL GOALS OF CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION? 230 - 230
KARTAL DILSAH BUSRA RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKISH LAW REGARDING THE SURNAME OF A MARRIED WOMAN 231 - 243
KOLOSZÁR LÁSZLÓ , NÉMETH NIKOLETTA THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: BUZZWORD, HYPE OR A RADICAL CHANGE? 244 - 244
MATSCHI MARKUS THE INFLUENCE OF THE CDO ON THE COMPANY’S PERFORMANCE WITH SPECIAL CONSIDERATION OF (FORMER) CIOS 245 - 245
PHUANGSOMJIT CHOOCHAT IMPROVEMENT OF LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF SMALL SCHOOLS IN THAILAND BY EDUCATIONAL NETWORK OPERATING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EDNET-OMS): A CASE STUDY OF BAN WANG TAKIAN SCHOOL IN KANCHANABURI PROVINCE 246 - 250
PONEA MARIA - GEORGIANA AUTOMATION AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF OPERATIONAL PROCESSES WITHIN A TRADING COMPANY 251 - 258
PONGÓ TAMÁS CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS ON HOW TO ESTABLISH AN ANTI-BULLYING POLICY AT A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION? 259 - 259
PRINSLOO J. J. , PELSER T. G. , RADIKONYANA P. S. MARKETING EVOLUTION OF PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS IN PROFESSIONAL CYCLING 260 - 283
ROXANA - LOREDANA AVRAM , ANA - CRISTINA NICOLESCU , ALEXANDRU BUGLEA THE NEW PERSPECTIVES OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE POST-CORONA ECONOMY 284 - 295
SCHWARZ MORDECHAI E. A MASTER OF TWO SERVANTS: THE EFFECT OF SEPARATION OF POWERS ON PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY AND SOCIAL WELFARE 296 - 321
SZÓKA KÁROLY INNOVATION AND THE APPEARANCE OF INDUSTRY 4.0 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOPRON 322 - 333
URWONGSE KETKANOK , BUATHONG SASITON CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS OF MOBILIZING EDUCATIONAL POLICIES TOWARD PRACTICE OF BASIC EDUCATION SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS 334 - 342
VAN DER VORST CLAUDIA CHALLENGES LEARNING IN THE AGE OF DIGITALISATION AND INDUSTRY 4.0 343 - 343

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