Mária Svidroňová, Gabriela Vaceková
The impulse for processing the presented paper was a scientific research of John Hopkins University in altimore (USA) from which the results are studies which compare the inter country non-profit sector, describing
the size and power of diverse indicators. The research was carried out in 1995, twenty-two countries articipated, among them the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Austria.
Invoking the issue of rationality in economics is just about as intellectually unique, novel and exciting as an attempt to discover the real message of Keynes’s General Theory. For many economists, and – frankly – one cannot blame them, the rationality assumption is a trite question that warrants almost no attention. To
compensate for that, one cannot help but to use a pretentious title.
Lucie Doleželová, Michal Hadlač, Milada Kadlecová, Stanislav Martinát, Milan Polednik
The issue of brownfields and their redevelopment raises a wide public debate in many countries within the European Union. Existence of this phenomenon, which is both linked to long historical industrial traditions  in this region and recent trends in the society like deindustrialization processes, significantly influenced the character and spatial structures of plenty of cities, towns and villages.