Return to home page
Searching: Otterbein library catalog
  Previous Record Previous Item Next Item Next Record
  Reviews, Summaries, etc...
Title European Integration and Baltic Sea Region Studies : University-Business Partnership through the Triple Helix Approach. Volume II.
Imprint Berlin : BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, [2013]

Series Regional Business and Socia-Economic Development ; Band 6.
Regional Business and Socia-Economic Development ; Bd. 6.
Subject Baltic Sea Region -- Economic conditions.
Baltic Sea Region -- History.
Alt Name Muravska, Tatjana.
Prause, Gunnar.
Description 1 online resource (347 pages).
Contents Acknowledgement; Preface; 1. Institutional Development and Business Environment; Effectiveness of Law, Values, and Subsidiary Sources of Law -- Diana Apse; Diffi culties of Performance Budget Introduction -- Based on German Experiences -- Stefan Grzesiak and Katarzyna Stieger; Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between EU and Canada as an Example for Business and University Cooperation -- Valters Lacis; Pharmaceutical Pricing and Reimbursement Policies in European Countries -- Eva Liepina.
Development of Environmental Infrastructure in Latvia: Evaluation of the Results -- Juris SpiridonovsEmployment Policies and Industrial Relations: Research Issues and Practical Applications -- Sergejs Stacenko; The Salary Gap between Men and Women in the Baltic States -- Agate Zake; Post Crisis (2012) Shifting of Consumer Behaviour -- Anna Zhigalova; 2. Management, Education and Demographic Trends; Optimisation Models in Business -- Aleksandrs Dahs.
Recent Trends and Actualities for Development of Professional Education in Mechanical Engineering and Metalworking Industries in Latvia- Arturs Graudins and Biruta SlokaDesign Management and Branding for SMEs: Experiences from the DesignSHIP Project -- Achim Hack, Gunnar Prause and Laima Maknyte; Excessive Control over the University Business by Member States of the EU: Killing the Goose that lays the Golden Egg? -- Tanel Kerikmae and Lehte Roots; 'Europe 2020': Human Resources and Competitiveness in the Baltic Sea Macro-Region -- Aksel Kirch, Marika Kirch, Mikhail Rodins and Vladimir Mezentsev.
On Comparison of the Black-Scholes and the Black-Merton Stochastic Models -- Henryk KowgierRe-evolvement of Cooperative Structures in Estonia -- Runno Lumiste, Gunnar Prause and Einar Eiland; University-Business Interaction in the Context of Demographic Change -- Gunnar Prause and Kristina Hunke; 3. Innovation, Energy and Cluster Policies; Information Technologies and Internet Exploitation in Micro and Small Enterprises in Regions of Latvia -- Inara Kantane and Biruta Sloka.
Adoption of Renewable Energy and Innovation Process in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Germany), Estonia, Latvia -- Ants Kukrus and Runno LumisteUniversity-Industry Cooperation -- Facilitation, Motivational System for Innovation and Economic Benefits, the Case of Latvia Gints Turlajs, Viktoriia Riashchenko and Girts Lapins; Triple Helix Cooperation Opportunities in the Clusters' Framework: Examples of Latvian Clusters Zane Zeibote and Elita Liela; 4. Regional Dimension andUniversity Business Partnership.
Advantages of Latvia in Economic Cooperation with the EU Eastern Partnership Countries: the Role of University -- Janis Aprans and Romans Putans.
Summary Hauptbeschreibung This Volume II represents articles prepared in conjunction with the workshops and Round Table Debate ""University-Business Partnership through the Triple Helix Approach"" which took place at the International Conference 'European Integration and Baltic Sea Region: Diversity and Perspectives', held in Riga from 26th to 27th September 2011 and organised by the University of Latvia Doctoral School European Integration and Baltic Sea Region Studies. This collection of articles provides information, opinions and research that should be of value to practitioners, academi.
ISBN 9783830528319 (electronic bk.)
3830528310 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 843193388
Additional Format Print version: Muravska, Tatjana. European Integration and Baltic Sea Region Studies: University-Business Partnership through the Triple Helix Approach. Berlin : BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, ©2013 9783830530282.