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References to literature - from 2016 the journal changes citation style to APA that uses for author's identification name and year of publication (e.g. Novák, 2014; Sixta & Žižka, 2009).

You may find details at http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/citmanage/apa. It is also possible to use citation generator at http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/citmanage/apa.

Choice of articles of current issue

COMPUTER LITERACY AND USE OF ICT AS KEY FACTORS OF MICRO-ENTERPRISE SUCCESS

Borut Werber, Uroš Rajkovič, Marko Urh, Anja Žnidaršič

Europe and most of the word is dealing with economy crises and everyone is searching for solutions. Many large companies were destroyed by their own greed and because of their stocks manipulations without solid financial coverage. Because of that also many micro-enterprises have stopped working, but on the other hand more new ones were formed.
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FOREIGN MARKETS ENTRY MOTIVES AND STRATEGIES OF POLISH EXPORTERS

Jaroslav Ďaďo, Jan W. Wiktor, Agnieszka Żbikowska

The paper aims to assess the strategies of Polish exporters in entering foreign markets. The paper is comprised of three parts. The first part presents strategies of international marketing, its elements, types, nature, and conditions – the premises and motives for internationalization of a company. It is mainly a synthetic reflection based on the review of literature. It is a starting point in presenting a research project concept.
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THE ROLE OF MANAGEMENT DECISIONS IN EXPLAINING FIRM MARKET EXIT

Petra Došenović Bonča, Nina Ponikvar, Ksenja Pušnik, Maks Tajnikar

In this paper we focus on the importance of including the decisions made by the firm’s management in the factors that explain firm market exit. In so doing, we acknowledge both theoretical and empirical findings regarding the wide array of firm market exit determinants that include also the impact of the firm’s managers and their decisions that may in many instances even be the decisive cause of the firm’s market exit.
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AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE UK AND CZECH REPUBLIC OF THE FINANCIAL MODELS USED IN THE APPRAISAL OF ICT AND NON-ICT CAPITAL PROJECTS

Josef Hynek, Václav Janeček, Frank Lefley

The importance of the financial appraisal of information technology projects is well stated in the IT, information management, and financial literature. Too often, optimistic forecasted savings/benefits and underestimation of costs, together with the under-valuation of the capital cost of ICT projects have resulted in disastrous failures. ICT projects, like all other capital projects, must achieve a positive financial return.
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THE POSITION OF MANAGEMENT OF CZECH JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES ON DIVIDEND POLICY

František Sejkora, Pavel Duspiva

The concept of distributing economic results belongs unequivocally among the basic financial decisions of management. Dividend payout to shareholders can be considered to be dividing profits while fulfilling legal conditions. For many shareholders, the payment of dividends is an important part of their investment decisions.
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