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).
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.
Dalia Štreimikienė, Asta Mikalauskienė
Green growth is resource-efﬁcient, cleaner economic growth and more resilient without slowing it. Green growth policies pursue a variety of goals, they are best served by a combination of instruments. There are many questionable assumptions in the discussion of economic growth. One of them is the idea that governments are able to achieve sustained high growth. Another one is the believe that the solution to pressing ﬁnancial and social problems centers on higher growth.
Štěpán Veselý, Mirko Dohnal
The task of the present paper is to outline a formalized qualitative model (FQM) of online trust (OT). OT is vital for establishing and maintaining commercial relationships on the internet (Grabner-Kraeuter, 2002; Van Der Heijden et al., 2003; Kim et al., 2008; 2012; Beldad et al., 2010; Delina & Dráb, 2010). Trust is especially important when there is relative lack of certainty, formal rules, customs and agreements (Bradach et al., 1989; Gefen & Straub, 2004), as is often the case with e-commerce interaction and online interaction in general (Gefen, 2000; McKnight et al., 2002; Gefen & Straub, 2004).
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.