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Wellbeing of Russian Professionals: Dynamics and Specificity
The paper is devoted to the issue of Russian professionals' life changes in the 2010s and the role of human capital in these processes. Life changes are analyzed by identifying mobility cases within three social stratifications by income, presence of signs of privilege or deprivation, and subjective...
Experimental Study of the Heat-Transfer Performance of an Extra-Long Gravity-Assisted Heat Pipe Aiming at Geothermal Heat Exploitation
The installation and operation of enhanced geothermal systems (EGS) involves many challenges. These challenges include the high cost and high risk associated with the investment capital, potential large working-fluid leakage, corrosion of equipment, and subsiding land. A super-long heat pipe can be...
New approach to the concept of capital in businesses: Emotional Capital
Bu çalışma duyguların örgütün amaçları doğrultusunda yönetilmesi ve bireyler için gerekli olan örgütsel duygu yetkinliklerinin örgütsel sermayeye dönüşebilmesinin önemine değinmektedir. Bir örgütün çalışanlarından oluşan insan sermayesinin entelektüel, sosyal ve duygusal sermaye olmak üzere farklı u...
Analysis of the Structure of Arranjo Productive Local of Pegmatites and Quartzites of the Seridó Paraibano Microregion
O objetivo deste trabalho foi analisar a estrutura do Arranjo Produtivo Local de Pegmatitos e Quartzitos da Microrregião do Seridó Paraibano, através da descrição da sua origem; do mapeamento dos agentes produtivos e institucionais envolvidos, e respectivas ações; da explicitação da estrutura, basea...
Exchange Rate Misalignment and Capital Flight from Botswana: A Cointegration Approach with Risk Thresholds
Diese Studie untersucht die Auswirkungen von Wechselkursfehlern auf die Kapitalflucht in Botswana im Zeitraum 1980-2015. Die Studie verwendet den autoregressiven Distributed Lag (ARDL) -Ansatz zur Kointegration und den Toda- und Yamamoto (1995) -Ansatz zur Granger-Kausalität. Die Währungsfehlausrich...
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Effects of US Monetary Policy on Gross Capital Flows: Cases in Korea
U.S. monetary policy has been claimed to generate global spillover and to destabilize other small open economies. We analyze the effects of certain identified U.S. monetary shocks on gross capital flows in the Korean economy using the local projection method. Consistent with previous results on othe...
The Correlation of Social Capital, Social Trust and Population’ Entrepreneurial Activity in the Arctic Region (a Case Study of the Arkhangelsk Oblast)
The article considers the relationship of social capital, institutional and interpersonal trust, and entrepreneurial activity on the data of the Arkhangelsk Oblast. The authors, following R. Putnam, analyti-cally distinguish two types of social capital — bonding and bridging. The level of the former...
A Lipsetian theory of voluntary power handover
International audience We consider an autocracy where the ruling elite control both the resource wealth and ed- ucation policies. Education prompts economic growth and enriches the budget of the elite. However, education also increases the “awareness of citizens”–capturing their reluctance to accept...
The opening of China and its impact on the chinese economy
In the early 1980s, Chinese government has adopted an opening up policy in order to attract capital, skills and modern advanced technology that are necessary for the economic development of China. Indeed, this policy has already borne fruit. China, that was almost self-sufficient until the 1980s, ha...
Spirituality as a Way of Life and Means of Well Being during the Last Stage of Life
This article shows how elderly persons' everyday lives overlap with the religious experience among evangelicals in urban and rural peripheral neighborhoods. It shows how symbolic capital, based on faith, becomes social capital for individuals during the last stage of their lives. It states that spir...
Gender inequality, technological progress, and the demographic transition
This paper proposes a new mechanism linking technology, the gender gap in education, and fertility in a growth model in order to explain the long run transition from stagnation to modern sustained growth, through the demographic transition, and the accompanying improvements in gender equality in edu...
Collaborative urban planning and green transition in vacant Montevideo buildings
The Covid19 pandemic reveals urgent contradictions in our cities, such as having abandoned buildings in urban areas with services, while the health and economic crisis continues to expel population to the peripheries, increases the number of homeless, or causes bankruptcy companies degrading central...
Remanufacturing for Circular Economy: Understanding the Impact of Manufacturer’s Incentive under Price Competition
Business organizations all around the globe are looking to expand circular models into their supply chains to harness economic and environmental benefits. Moreover, the act of giving incentives to retailers by the manufacturer is also quite prevalent in the present business environment. These incent...
The role of guidance in the increasing of human and social capital
The consequence of the dynamically ongoing changes is a growing area of uncertainty and social risks. Inability to cope with the permanently occurring uncertainty on the one hand leads to several negative consequences, such as a sense of alienation, meaninglessness, or helplessness, and on the other...
Incidence of Human Capital in the Innovative Performance of Service Companies: A Study in Ecuador
The relationship between human capital and innovative performance in service companies has been studied in countries with fast-growing economies and knowledge-intensive companies, but little evidence exists in other contexts. The research examined the relationship between human capital variables and...
The role of trade unions in raising awareness of citizens’ social solidarity
According to the Social Doctrine of the Church the employees have a right to associate in trade unions in order to defend their interests. The activity of the trade unions increases the social solidarity awareness which manifests itself in the communal interactions, the relationship between the capi...
Do capital market and trade Liberalisation trigger labor market Deregulation?
Previous analyses showed that product market deregulation often precedes labor market (LM) reforms. This paper introduces LM imperfections within an economic geography framework, the level of optimal LM regulation being based on each country's social preferences. Due to capital mobility, opening the...
Financial and Operative Cost Efficiency: Spanish Savings Banks in Pre-Crisis Period
With the aim of knowing if a relationship exists between cost inefficiency and instability of financial entities before the 2008 financial crisis, a stochastic frontier approach is applied to Spanish savings banks in the period (2002-2007). Moreover, translog financial and operative cost functions a...
Providing pastoral care for Poles in Norway
Until the 1980s pastoral work done by Polish priests in Norway was reduced to performing pastoral duties for the benefit of Catholics living there; and the priests did not form pastorate for Polish emigrants. The number of Poles in Norway was no greater than 1000 people before 1980. The first Polish...
Liquidation deposit as a condition of deletion of capital companies from the National Court Register
The purpose of the article is the interpretation of provisions regulating the functioning of the institution of liquidation deposit in companies. The article discusses the social and economic purpose of the liquidation deposit of capital companies from the perspective of the capital companies partne...
Indebtedness of farmers in Poland in light of structural changes and economic fluctuations in agriculture
The paper presents an analysis of the dynamics and structure of farmers' credit obligations towards banks in Poland in 1996-2018. The credit debt of farmers is presented against the background of the structural changes and economic fluctuations in agriculture. It was assumed that a favorable economi...
Can the Gap and Rating of Market Expectation Promote Innovation Input of China Manufacturers?
Under the strategic background of Made-in-China to Mind-in-China, how the capital market expectation affects enterprise innovation input has reached no coincident conclusion. This paper uses Chinese A-share manufacturing listed companies from 2010 to 2017 to investigate the internal mechanism among...
Commuting in Urban Kenya: Unpacking Travel Demand in Large and Small Kenyan Cities
In Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, streets are regularly gridlocked. While it is clear that roads are congested at peak hours, it is not known which commuters are experiencing that congestion or what their commute times actually are. Even less is known about commuting patterns in other Kenyan cities....
Fewer local representatives in Brussels? Scenarios and impact
The number of municipal councillors and aldermen in the Brussels-Capital Region is relatively high, and increases at each election. In the debates on the functioning of the political institutions of the Region the idea to reduce the number of local representatives is regularly raised. This contribut...
The increase in desertification by agro-sylvo-pastoral practices in the high algerian steppe plains: the ways of living in the wilaya of djelfa