Current Issue : July - September
Volume : 2021
Issue Number : 3
Articles : 5 Articles
The need to make future-oriented rather than past information available to users has arisen due to the
competitive environment and in the context of accelerating the globalization process. Organizations
are required to develop new strategies to remain competitive in the long term. Organizations are
encouraged to integrate and get involved in social responsibility issues. Regulating the information
provided by organizations is an important step in reducing their asymmetry, by identifying the types
of information that stakeholders need. The regulation of financial-accounting information has four
main qualitative characteristics such as intelligibility, relevance, credibility and comparability....
Work performed in the building industry contributes to the formation of many threats for
employees. Microclimate factors, working at heights as well as dangerous substances used
in the building space may cause a negative impact on the worker’s health. In order to
evaluate the safety and comfort of work in the construction industry, a questionnaire
consisting of closed and open questions was carried out. The aim of this paper was to assess
the level of safety in the construction industry. The study was carried out on construction of
buildings in the area of the Lower Silesia Voivodeship. A survey among construction
workers was conducted....
Measuring average impacts of public interventions, which is a dominant approach in the
evaluation of public programmes has little to offer to inform policy making. The ultimate
goal of innovation policy is not the numbers of patents obtained or applied neither
employment growth in the supported firms in terms of R&D personnel, although they can be
important factors influencing the success of the firm’s innovative activity. Innovation policy
is about changing the behaviour of supported firms. To innovate means to implement novel
ideas in practice to be more efficient and effective in pursuing one’s goals. To this end, firms
have to learn, recombine skills, processes and human abilities and thereby develop new
This study explores the relationship between the Hofstede's cultural values of indulgencerestraint,
long-term-short-term orientation, and risk aversion in 53 developed and developing
countries. The author used linear multiple regression analysis, controlled for the countries' per
capita income, and religiosity secondary data from multiple sources to test the two hypotheses.
These sources include Hofstede's Cultural Study in 2010; Relative Risk Aversion Around the
World; the Country-level Religiosity Index; and the World Bank Group....
The basic premise of the article is that the reality surrounding all systems has been constituted
by collections of various organizations that interact in various forms. These organizations
change, evolve, develop and often fail. A feature of modern reality is the one that the
organizations which create it, function in non-deterministic situations, mainly in risky or
uncertain situations. Hence, in numerous works of modern researchers, the terms "world of
threats", "society of risk" and "world community of dangers", are found. There is a growing
need for the development of different security systems, including the development of threat
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