Business Law (Books and Journals)
- European Management Review From Nbr. 1-1, March 2004 to Nbr. 17-3, September 2020 Wiley, 2021
- Academic Journal of Business, Administration, Law and Social Sciences From Nbr. 1-1, March 2015 to Nbr. 6-3, November 2020 International Institute For Private Commercial And Competition Law (IIPCCL), 2020
- The internal market of the European Union. Fundamental freedoms by: Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, 2018
- Comunicación y Protocolo Empresarial en los países de la zona euro by: Dykinson, 2014
- La societas europæa. Origen y desarrollo del estatuto de la sociedad anónima europea by: Editora Platense, 2004
- La independencia del auditor en la Unión Europea by: Dykinson, 2002
The sanitation of autochthonous grapevine cultivars (Kallmet and Vlosh) from viral infections using in vitro techniques
The use of the "pure" plant material constitutes a necessity for development of the contemporary horticulture, determined by the phytosanitary normative. We studied some autochthonous grapevine cultivars (Vlosh and Kallmet) in order to evaluate the phytosanitation state diagnosed with the serological method of DAS-ELISA for the presence of viruses such as: GFLV, GFcV, GLRaV-1, GLRaV-3....
The right to Defense Counsel and its implementation according to the Criminal Procedure Code of Kosovo
This paper aims to address the normative aspect of determining the right to defense counsel and the importance of this right in practice as a guarantee for a fair trial under the Criminal Procedure Code of Kosovo. This paper will address two dimensions. In the fi rst dimension, the researcher will address the meaning and importance of the right to defense counsel, including the analysis of the...
Vertical jump to female & male volleyball players in Albania
Aims: The reason of this study is the evaluation of the "Vertical Jump" and other parameters of the Albanian National Championship volleyball players female & male. The performance profi ling of volleyball players is important to distinguish the anthropometric and physicalcharacteristics from other sports. Methods: Volleyball players were tested in diff erent periods before and aft...
Grounds for sett ing aside award under Kosovo Arbitration Law in comparative perspective
This paper is concerned with the grounds for sett ing aside award according to Kosovo Arbitration Law (hereinaft er: KAL) comparing with UNCITRAL Model Law (hereinaft er: Model Law). In particular, this paper will review only the grounds for sett ing aside award under the KAL that diff er in relation to the Model Law. Further, the paper will assess, analyze and interpret KAL provisions of article
Municipal performance, territorial reform and development during the gaps in Albanian businesses - An overview of ADP principles and financial management
Territorial reforms are the most radical and contested reorganization of the sub national administration. The academic interest for this phenomenon is substantial. However, a cleavage divides the literature dealing with the issue: In a fi rst strand, economists provide primarily quantitative ex-post analysis of such reform ventures. As a matt er of research design and method applied, this work...
Blake and the diversity of influences over his poetry
William Blake's poetry falls into three main categories. First, there are the lyrics, of which the most important ones are the Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. In this category we fi nd the earlier poems included in the Poetical Sketches (1769-78), many of which are indeed experiments in which Blake partially imitates earlier writers such as Shakespeare and others. Some manuscripts can
Psychosocial Factor in the Education of the Individual
Psychology aff ects a number of factors in shaping behavior and personality of the individual. Man is not born the one he is since when come to life as individuals and through life we acquire roles. In the process of education, we acquire beliefs, dialoguing and monologuing culture, objections, admissions, beliefs, att itudes and, above all, positivity and negativity. We gain what is more...
An introduction to Hamlet's problem
Hamlet, the famous tragedy by William Shakespeare is undoubtedly one of the greatest plays ever writt en in English language and one of the most prominent literary works of all world literature. For centuries, readers, critics and scholars alike have been fascinated by the enigmatic and mysterious character of Prince Hamlet, the play's protagonist. They have been trying to fi nd the answer to the
Meaning and legal effect of Remission under Kosovo Arbitration Law in comparative perspective
In this work, it will be discussed defi nition, meaning and legal eff ect of remission or rearbitration procedure according to Kosovo Arbitration Law (hereinaft er: KAL) comparing with UNCITRAL Model Law (hereinaft er: Model Law) and diff erent national arbitration laws. In particular, this paper will review two main points: Firstly, the purpose of remission. Secondly, Remission or re-arbitration
Servitudes and types of property (real) servitudes by legislation in Kosovo
This paper will address the topic of servitudes with special emphasis on property servitudes, always based on the provisions of positive law in the Republic of Kosovo. Since Roman law, the right of ownership over foreign property was unclear especially when it came to servitudes. In Roman law there was not a general category regulated by general norms, but a set of typical fi gures of servitudes...
Achievements and challenges about re-evaluation process of judges and prosecutors in the Republic of Albania
The constitutional reform related to the system of justice conducted in 2016 in Albania, was welcomed with a positive enthusiasm by all stakeholders, civil society, business groups, including the political class who voted for this reform unanimously. One of the goals of the implementation of this reform is not only the restoration of new justice institutions and the strengthening of existing ones
Impact of Public Debt on the Economy in the Republic of Kosovo - Empirical Evidence
In addition to the various economic policies that governments use to achieve economic objectives and increase social welfare, public debt as a source of fi nancing of the state budget is also used by governments of diff erent countries. However, other macroeconomic indicators have a tremendous role to play in determining the level of short-term and long-term debt or the share of domestic debt and
Incentive Issues Underlying the Budget Process in Albania
Albania has been reforming its policy, planning and budgeting systems since the end of communism and now, in principle, has sound public expenditure management (PEM) systems and procedures within an Integrated Planning System (IPS). In practice, the PEM system has yet to operate fully as intended. Such reforms take time to implement properly, especially where incentives to implement remain weak...
Real Exchange Rate and Foreign Trade Relationship: The Case of Hungary
Hungary's foreign trade has scored progress in recent years. The result of this progress has brought a positive eff ect on the country's trade defi cit. This situation also raised the question of whether foreign trade is aff ected by exchange rates. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the factors aff ecting the real exchange rate in Hungary from 1995 to 2020. In this study, the Granger...
Basic concepts of quality and standards
The basic principle that products and services must meet the basic requirements of users, led to the realization that the specifi cations that defi ne the product does not guarantee that the product will really achieve the required quality. The comparison between revenues and expenditures is the main form of business accounting and provides evidence of profi tability. The business owner or...
Development of Administrative Capacity and Regional Policy EU funds for touristic sector in post crisis
This paper research provides an overview of European Structural and Investment Funds and Cohesion Policy in light of current trends in public investment. It highlights the importance of quality governance practices and administrative capacity in optimising public investment, and underscores the importance of strong administrative capacity among Managing Authorities in order to boost the eff...
Travel agencies - Touristic activities
The aim of this paper is for the touristic features to be looked as economic activities. We always have to consider that tourism as an activity has its eff ect on the consumer. Every time the tourist consumes products and services from diff erent countries in many activities from which many economic activities are connected which are in service of tourism and touristic consumption. Tourism itself
Examining corporate social responsibility of multinational corporations: The validity of international guidelines
This paper will begin with a discussion of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility, what it entails and the inapplication of the concept to cross-border issues. Secondly, the discussion will lead into an analysis of Multinational Corporate Entities, focusing on ways in which the parent company can be held liable in the courts of the home state. The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)...
The Impact of Leadership Styles on Motivating Corporate Employees in Kosovo
Leadership is the most important factor in business development, refers to the perceptions and expectations of group members in achieving the objectives of any private or public organization, organizational culture aff ects leadership as much as leadership aff ects organizational culture. In this regard, this study tries to refl ect the impact of leadership styles on the motivation of corporate...
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Does Increased Generational Involvement Foster Business Growth? The Moderating Roles of Family Involvement in Ownership and Management
Building upon the upper echelon perspective, we examine the effect of generational involvement in management on various measures of business growth and consider different levels of family participation. Specifically, we argue that generational involvement and the participation of family actors in ownership and management foster cognitive diversity at the TMT level, which may ultimately positively
Entrepreneurial Process Studies Using Insider Action Research: Opportunities & Challenges for Entrepreneurship Scholarship
This paper examines the opportunities and challenges of adopting insider action research (IAR) in entrepreneurial process studies. It employs a critical reflexive and narrative approach in examining our own lived experience in a real‐time digital entrepreneurial journey spanning three years while triangulating it with experiential knowledge in another role as dissertation supervisors. Our live...
Overcoming the Liability of Foreignness: A Typology and Model of Immigrant Entrepreneurs
This study addresses the diversity of extant models and theoretical interpretations of the immigrant entrepreneurship phenomenon. Combining an extensive literature review with the use of Bourdieu's theory of social practice, we develop a general model of immigrant entrepreneurship that identifies four different entrepreneurial paths, each characterised by a specific combination of personal...
A Mixed Gamble Approach of the Impact of Family Management on Firm's Growth: A Longitudinal Analysis
We draw upon the socioemotional wealth perspective and the mixed gamble approach to employ a five‐year panel dataset of 223 Belgian private family firms to investigate the relationship between family management and growth, with family management ownership, generational involvement, and the CEO's family status moderating this link. We find an inverted U‐shaped relationship, with growth reaching...
Does Growth Represent Chimera or Bellerophon for a Family Business? The Role of Entrepreneurial Orientation and Family Influence Nuances
Growth brings lifeblood to sustain longevity across generation, but also critical challenges for family business. Relying on the behavioral agency model and its assumptions on risk‐bearing in family firms, we discuss and test the effect of family involvement in the top management team (TMT) on family business growth. We use an input‐behavior‐outcome framework based on the mediating role of...
Self‐efficacy and Success of Disadvantaged Entrepreneurs: The Moderating Role of Resilience
This paper aims to explore the antecedents of success in the context of entrepreneurs with specific disadvantages, namely those with physical challenges, and those with mental limitations, such as dyslexia and attention deficit‐hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). With a sample of 114 disadvantaged entrepreneurs located in Italy, the research explores the relationship between self‐efficacy and...
Not all Entrepreneurship Is Created Equal: Theorising Entrepreneurial Disadvantage through Social Positionality
The phenomenon of entrepreneurship has historically been viewed as an agential and meritocratic activity, wherein actors can creatively mobilise resources to overcome disadvantaged social positions. However, recent literature highlights entrepreneurship's socially embedded, processual nature, suggesting that enduring positions in social hierarchies may be more relevant to opportunity pursuit than
The Inclusive Leader, the Smart Strategist and the Forced Altruist: Subject Positions for Men as Gender Equality Partners
This article explores how men are conceptualised as partners in gender equality processes in organisations against the backdrop of a postfeminist sensibility. Drawing on interviews that formed part of organisational ethnographies, the article highlights three subject positions that men are encouraged to adopt: the inclusive leader, the smart strategist, and the forced altruist. All three subject...
Doubly Disadvantaged: Gender, Spatially Concentrated Deprivation and Nascent Entrepreneurial Activity
Drawing on human capital, intersectionality and mixed embeddedness theory, we test hypotheses on the relationship between gender differences in human capital and gender differences in nascent entrepreneurial activity across geographical space, and the moderating effect of spatially concentrated deprivation on this relationship. Using UK data from Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, we find that the...