Theoretical and Practical Approaches to Analysing Sharing Economy Business Models – Intercultural Perspective
In modern society sharing economy as a business and economy phenomenon and theoretical concept is more and more important. For a large number of consumers it occurs by using electronic applications organizing the sharing economy markets
Mentality Differences in the Field of Medicine: Challenges in Cross-Cultural Collaborations in Austrian and German Hospitals between Native Physicians and Immigrated Colleagues from Poland and Hungary
Within the last decades, studies about characteristics of national culture have mostly been focused on the business sector. In other industries, like the field of medicine, research about mentality differences is still in its infancy. Due to increased international
Similar recent history (former communist economies), geographical position (central Europe), relatively small size (except Poland), political systems (parliamentary democracies) and EU membership define Visegrad countries as the perfect group to compare
The current study results attribute great importance to the role of clusters in innovation and competitive development creation. While seeking not so much the operational solutions, but the main components that form the cluster management process, it
Climate Wise Communities: Enhancing Traditional Bushfire Risk Management Using a Community Multi-Hazardresilience Program in Sydney, Australia
A comprehensive evidence base demonstrates that the global climate is changing (IPCC, 2014). The scale of the warming has often been unprecedented for millennia and the most recent decades have been some of the warmest observed on record.
Asset securitization practices are almost non-existent in the activities of financial institutions of Uzbekistan. The article explores theoretical and practical approaches to asset securitization. It analyzes asset securitization of Europe and Japan using comparative evaluation, scientific abstraction and systematic review methods.