Inter-organizational networks as seen by western economic sociology: An analysis of theoretical approaches
... approaches to studying interorganizational networks offered in foreign economic sociology. The authors describe main conceptual problems, the key aspects of network form of interorganizational interaction, and embeddedness effects.
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Organization of passenger transport: сivil law regulations
The article examines the main problems of regulating public relations in the organization of automobile passenger transport as well as contractual obligations of parties ensuring the performance of passenger transportation services within the framework of the civil law. The organization of automobile passenger transportation is ...
Legal regime for church property in Russia and the Baltic states
... incurred by the state. In conclusion, we consider the reasons why the complete transfer (return) of the church property seized in the Soviet period is impossible.
Smorgunova V. Yu., Dorskaia A. A., Tolstukhina T.V.
church property, state, religious organization, state budget
The concept of open innovations and a study into the strategic potential of organisations
... Management Review (Spring). 2008. Vol. 49, № 3. P. 43—51.
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Chuikin A. M.
strategic potential of organizations, sustainable competitive advantages,
open innovation business model
Economic activity of the leading religious organizations in Estonia
... topics is the economic activity of confessions. Estonia is one of the few countries in the Baltic region where religion has not been a public institution until nowadays, therefore it hasn’t provided access to the financial records of its religious organizations.
At the same time, the population of modern Estonia (more than other countries in Northern Europe) is influenced by the processes of secularization. The aim of the study is to confirm this hypothesis using data from economic and mathematical-statistical ...
International organizations as a subject of international disaster
... prevention, development of idea on what the global mechanism of such prevention is about, and the role of the international organizations. The research used comparative, analytical and historical analyses. The author states that the international organizations actively participate in protection of the population and territories against disasters while implementing various programs and certain activities. Such work is carried out on universal (within the UN) and regional (ASEAN, CE, etc.) levels....
Territorial Framework for Local Community Organization
... Culture and Place across America / еd. by R. L. Nostrand, L. E. Estaville. Baltimore ; L., 2001.
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Sharygin M. D., Osorgin K. S. A
local community, vernacular region, territorial organization of society, socialization of territory, owners' association
Industrial enterprises of the Kaliningrad region: R&D models under the conditions of perceived risks
Тhe paper is devoted to the modeling of R&D behavior patterns of industrial enterprises in the conditions of perceived risks. Unambiguously negative influence is caused by institutional risks only, while the influence of other risk factors is more complex in character.
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