Proceedings of the 43rd International Academic Conference, Lisbon

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ITO TAKAYASU DIFFERENT PROPERTY SECTORS OF JAPANESE REIT MARKET: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DETERMINANTS UNDER NON-TRADITIONAL MONETARY POLICY REGIMES 1 - 1
ABLONCZY-MIHÁLYKA LÍVIA DIALOGUE OF CULTURES IN HIGHER EDUCATION 2 - 10
ALMAZROUEI DR. HANAN EXPATRIATE MANAGERIAL ADJUSTMENT IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES 11 - 12
BLANCA MARÍA J. , BONO ROSER , ARNAU JAUME , ALARCÓN RAFAEL , GÓMEZ-BENITO JUANA WHICH ARE THE MOST COMMON DISTRIBUTIONS IN SOCIAL, HEALTH, AND EDUCATION SCIENCES? 13 - 13
BONO ROSER , BLANCA MARÍA J. , ALARCÓN RAFAEL , ARNAU JAUME THE EFFECTS OF AUTOCORRELATION AND NUMBER OF REPEATED MEASURES ON GLMM ROBUSTNESS WITH ORDINAL DATA 14 - 14
BURNAĆ PAŠKO FISCAL CONSOLIDATION IN CROATIA AND OTHER POST-TRANSITION COUNTRIES* 15 - 15
CHIANG TIEN-HUI , ZHOU QIAN WHAT HAS THE RESISTANT THEORY IGNORED? A STUDY AT THE FUNCTION OF JOY FOR WORKING CLASS STUDENTS TO COPE WITH THE OPPRESSED STRUCTURE OF THE CLASSROOM 16 - 16
DOUAT JOANNA , PONCHIO MATEUS WHAT INFLUENCES MOST ON ANCHORING WILLINGNESS TO PAY? CONSUMER SELF-CONFIDENCE AND HEDONIC-UTILITARIAN CONSUMPTION AS UNDERLYING FACTORS FOR PRICE-ANCHORING SUSCEPTIBILITY 17 - 39
EL HACHANI MABROUKA , DEVELOTTE CHRISTINE INTERGENERATIONAL DIGITAL ACTIVITY: A GOOD MIXTURE OF EDUCATION AND WELFARE 40 - 40
GASPAR ABEID FRANCIS STAKEHOLDERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON ACCOUNTABILITY IN TANZANIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 41 - 41
HAGER FRANK GENDER AND LEADERSHIP – DO FEMALE LEADERS PERFORM A DIFFERENT, BETTER OR EVEN A HEALTHIER LEADERSHIP STYLE? 42 - 42
HATTINGH JOHAN LOCAL ECONOMIC TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: LESSONS FROM SOUTHERN AFRICA 43 - 58
HJÁLMARSDÓTTIR HAFDÍS BJÖRG , KRISTJÁNSDÓTTIR VERA KRISTÍN ICELANDIC TOURISM - ARE WE SENDING OUT THE RIGHT MESSAGE? 59 - 59
HJÁLMARSDÓTTIR HAFDÍS BJÖRG , KRISTJÁNSDÓTTIR VERA KRISTÍN UNIVERSTIY STUDENT MOTIVATION AND COOPERATION WITH COMPANIES 60 - 60
HOQUE MUHAMMAD , MBHELE MPHO INVESTIGATING THE ECONOMIC BENEFIT OF BETTER ACCESS TO RADIATION THERAPY TREATMENT TO WOMEN WITH CERVICAL CANCER IN RURAL KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA 61 - 61
JAKOPOVIĆ HRVOJE PUBLIC RELATIONS RESEARCH IN THE TIME OF BIG DATA 62 - 62
JOHNSON R. BOYD , MIRZA-GRISCO DIANA THE ADAPTATION OF THE CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE SCALE IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE 63 - 63
JORDAAN ANNELIE MEDIA LITERACY WITHIN A COMMUNITY CONTEXT IN SOUTH AFRICA 64 - 64
KAKTINS LOUISE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR PEDAGOGY: A CASE STUDY 65 - 80
KARCHAVA TEA , TSITLANADZE TEA , PAPASHVILI MURMAN , SILAGADZE NIKOLOZ , GOGOLADZE ANDRO COMMERCIAL AND ECONOMIC GOALS OF THE BRITISH IN THE SAFAVID PERSIA AND THE COUNTRIES OF SOUTH CAUCASUS IN THE 16TH CENTURY 81 - 82
KELLY VERONICA , O BRIEN AILISH DOES ONE SIZE FIT ALL? AN EXPLORATION OF SECOND CHANCE STUDENT TRANSITIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION 83 - 83
KOKT DESERE , PALMER ESTHER PEARL IS IT POSSIBLE FOR UNIVERSITIES TO CREATE SPIRITUAL WORKPLACES? 84 - 98
KOTHA KIRAN KUMAR MIS-PRICING IN SINGLE STOCK FUTURES: EVIDENCE FROM NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE OF INDIA 99 - 99
KRISTJÁNSDÓTTIR VERA KRISTÍN , HJÁLMARSDÓTTIR HAFDÍS BJÖRG THE NOBANET E-BUSINESS COURSE, THE IDEA AND DEVELOPMENT 100 - 120
LOMBARD ANTOINETTE E-LITERACY MASSIFICATION CHALLENGES FOR RURAL AND DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA 121 - 121
MAGLAKELIDZE EKATERINE , VESHAGURI MAIA , GEGESHIDZE EKA , KAMUSHADZE NATIA ASSESSMENT OF BENEFITS COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS CAN RECEIVE FROM THEIR DEMAND FLEXIBILITY IN THE POWER MARKET OF GEORGIA 122 - 136
MARTÍN-MORENO JOSÉ MARÍA , BLÁZQUIEZ JORGE , PÉREZ RAFAELA , RUIZ JESÚS CARBON TAX IN SMALL OPEN ECONOMIES: AN ANALYSIS ON ITS ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY 137 - 137
MIBA'AM BENJAMIN FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION IN POST BANK CONSOLIDATION ERA AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA 138 - 151
MOSKOVICH YAFFA PROMOTING INDUSTRIAL SUCCESS THROUGH MANAGERIAL ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE: AN ISRAELI CASE STUDY 152 - 152
MSHENGU PHUMELELE , HOQUE MUHAMMAD AN EVALUATION OF TALENT MANAGEMENT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTURE IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA 153 - 153
MUSTONEN LEA , HEIKKILÄ SUSAN INCREASING THE PASSING RATE IN HAMK'S ELECTRICAL AND AUTOMATION STUDIES 154 - 172
NAKATSUKASA RURI , NAKAMURA TAKASHI STATUS OF NOTIFICATION SCHEME PRESCRIBED BY THE LANDSCAPE ORDINANCE BASED ON THE LANDSCAPE ACT 173 - 173
PONGSUPATT APICHAT , PONGSUPATT THARINEE DETERMINANTS OF DIVIDEND PAYOUT RATIO IN THAILAND 174 - 174
POSOS DEVRANI A. ELIF MEDIA LITERACY IN TURKEY: DIFFERENT GENERATIONS AND DIFFERENT APPROACHES 175 - 175
POSUKHOVA OXANA , KLIMENKO LUDMILA , BALDOVSKAYA PAVLINA , NOR-AREVYAN OXANA LABOR PRECARIZATION: RUSSIAN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE 176 - 183
PYRA LESZEK THE ROLE AND VALUES OF DIALOGUE IN CONTEMPORARY HUMANISTIC EDUCATION 184 - 191
RADINA ANA GUARDIANSHIP AS A MEANS OF PROTECTION OF ADULT PERSONS WITH MENTAL DISORDERS IN THE CROATIAN FAMILY LAW - A NEED FOR A CHANGE 192 - 192
RUHM FILIZ ALT-RIGHT ACTIVISM, ALTERNATIVE FACTS AND PERSECUTION OF REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES 193 - 193
SASAKI TAKAKO , HSU CHUN-TENG CHARACTERISTICS OF NON-PARTICIPANTS IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES IN TAIWAN, A CASE STUDY OF A RURAL COMMUNITY IN TAINAN 194 - 195
SEYIDZADE ILKIN VIRTUAL WORLD BUSINESS MODELS AND TECHNOLOGIES, THEIR IMPLEMENTATION AND COMPARISON WITH REAL-WORLD BUSINESS MODELS 196 - 213
SHEAFFER ZACHARY HOW DO SELF-EFFICACY, NARCISSISM AND AUTONOMY MEDIATE THE LINK BETWEEN DESTRUCTIVE LEADERSHIP AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOUR 214 - 245
SHINNARANANTANA NADHAKAN INTERNET SHOPPING AND BUYING BEHAVIOR OF CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES BY YOUNG SINGLE CONSUMER IN BANGKOK, THAILAND 246 - 246
SIPKOVA MARTINA , LEVAKOVA MARIA INDONESIAN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT - VOC MODEL AND LOCAL CULTURE 247 - 247
SOUSA SARA THE REVEALED PREFERENCE METHODS IN ECONOMIC VALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOODS: A REVIEW 248 - 248
SRINAMMUANG PHANTHIPA , PETCHARAT NEUNGRUTHAI ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY REPORT AND ITS COMMUNICATIVE VALUES TO STAKEHOLDERS: EVIDENCE OF THAI-CONSTRUCTION SECTOR 249 - 249
ŠVARCOVÁ JENA , POVOLNÁ LUCIE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTION TO THE CZECH INDUSTRY BRANCH GROWTH 250 - 261
TANGRUKWARASKUL EK-ANONG , KULCHANARAT KIRIYA EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATION LEADERSHIP ON INNOVATIVE WORK BEHAVIOR – A CASE STUDY OF THAI SERVICE PROVIDER 262 - 262
THIRATHON USARAT , WUTTICHINDANON SUNEERAT GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP, FIRM PERFORMANCE AND CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY IN THAI LISTED FIRMS 263 - 273
TOMPOS ANIKÓ , JENEY VIKTOR COOPERATION AND COMPETITITON IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONS 274 - 282
VENCOUROVÁ MONIKA CURRENT TRENDS OF EMPLOYERS’ BRANDS AND STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF EMPLOYERS 283 - 296
VUKOVIĆ KSENIJA , VUKOVIĆ PREDRAG , ŠMAGUC TAMARA STEM STUDENTS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION: A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS APPROACH 297 - 297
WASOWICZ GRAZYNA , PORAJ_WEDER MAGDALENA , BOEDT TESSY , MATTHYS CHRISTOPHE EMOTIONS RELATED TO THE PROCESS OF EATING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE. THE MEASUREMENT SCALE. 298 - 299
WICHITPONG KORAKOT , WONGJARUPUN SIRIJIN , APIBUNYOPAS PREEYANUCH THE MODERATING EFFECT OF COLLABORATIVE CULTURE ON SUPPLY CHAIN COLLAB-ORATION TOWARDS COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE: THE CONCEPTUAL MODEL 300 - 307
WUI PETER , AWOPETU LAWRENCE IMPACT OF WORKING CAPITAL (WC) STRATEGIES ON SMALL BUSINESS PROFITABILITY DURING RECESSION 308 - 308
YADA MIYU , NAKAMURA TAKASHI ACTUAL CONDITION OF EMPLOYEE NUMBER IN JAPANESE LOCAL CITIES’ CENTRAL AREAS 309 - 309
ZALEWSKI ARKADIUSZ DEMAND FOR MECHANIZATION SERVICES IN POLISH AGRICULTURE IN 2005-2017 310 - 310
ZIELIŃSKI MAREK ASSESSMENT OF FUNCTIONING OF FARMS FROM AREAS WITH GREAT NATURAL VALUES AGAINST A BACKGROUND OF OTHER FARMS IN POLAND 311 - 311
DHAMO ANA , DHULI BRIKENA RECOURSE TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT BASED ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA 312 - 317

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