Vygantas Bagočius, Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas, Zenonas Turskis
The world oil crisis of the seventies has lead to important changes regarding energy resources and their exploitation. In the nineties, there was an increased focus on reducing the negative effects that the massive and uncontrolled use of the fossil fuels had on the environment. The beginning of the 21st century brought along
new technologies in the green energy.
Vincent Šoltés, Beáta Gavurová
Hospitals are the weakest segment of the Slovak health care system. Their basic problems are evident in outdated material-technical base, demotivation of physicians, lack of care for the chronically and severely ill patients, regulated and non-competing system of health insurance companies, dysfunctional system of trainings for physician and health professionals. Health care providers (HCP) assess the current health care system as completely unstable.
Vladimír Bureš, Petr Tučník
Economies constitute complex and dynamic systems, which have been studied from multiple perspectives and with various tools, techniques and methods. They encompass behavioural patterns, interaction among particular subjects, or several functional principles.