Peter Džupka, Miriam Šebová
Culture, in the way of cultural infrastructure, events and cultural heritage, generates a series of economic effects, both direct effects in the cultural sector (employment, production etc.) and induced effects in other sectors of the local economy (construction, tourism, transport, etc.) (Herrero et al., 2006). The promotion and development of the cultural sector has gained increasing popularity as a medium of urban transformation. This concept has been labelled “culture led urban regeneration” (Garcia, 2004; Lähdesmäki, 2012). The best practises were popularized by cities such as Glasgow, Liverpool, Barcelona and Bilbao.
Raluca Mariana Grosu, Vasile Dinu
Former communist country, Romania plays an important role in the European Union (EU) in what concerns the migration phenomenon. Emigration represents an important part of the Romanian international migration. For example, a short descriptive analysis of the migratory ﬂows in the EU member states between 2006 and 2010 accomplished by Grosu and Constantin (2011) revealed that Romania, along with Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland is an important provider of immigrants in the mentioned period for the EU countries.
Jana Šimsová, Alice Reissová
Work is a very important part of human life. Young people think about their future employment on the labour market and choose their future jobs according to many criteria. Sometimes they choose according to the ﬁeld they are interested in, in other cases their choice could be inﬂuenced by their parents. Motivation for the job choice can be different, but very often the aspect of salary plays an important role, i.e. the salary, which one could expect in a given profession.
Pavel Zdražil, Petra Applová
Uneven regional development is generally understood as a problem of growing importance. Leaders of the European Union (EU) aim to actively address this issue, which can be manifested, for example, by the fact that one of the pivotal long-term and ongoing goals of EU regional policy is to combat regional disparities, which is directly based on Article 174 of the consolidated Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (EU, 2010).
Adela Deaconu, Sorana Crisan, Anuta Buiga
The decision-usefulness theory (Staubus, 2008) connects the quality of the ﬁnancial information disclosed with the right business decisions made by its users, and it is based on the notion that the relevance and reliability of ﬁnancial reporting is crucial, having important practical implications. Moreover, according to the basic economic theory, it is shown that high ﬁnancial reporting quality is a natural outcome of private equity monitoring and governance (Beuselinck & Manigart, 2007).