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HOW CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CSR DISCLOSURE AFFECT FIRM PERFORMANCE?

Muhammad Suhaib Manzoor, Ramiz ur Rehman, Muhammad Islam Usman, Muhammad Ishfaq Ahmad

CSR (corporate social responsibility) disclosure evolved as a result of corporate reporting in response to changes in conditions in which companies operate. Gray, Owen and Adams (1996) describe CSR disclosure/reporting as „the process of communicating the social and environmental effects of the economic actions of organizations to particular interest groups within society and society at large“. Elkington (1997) states that the terms CSR reporting, Social Reporting, Corporate Citizenship, Sustainability Reporting and Triple Bottom Line Reporting have been employed in the studies interchangeably. To meet 21st century corporate challenges, the corporate reporting system has changed somehow with an inclusion of non-financial disclosure. Krasodomska and Cho (2017) explain the extent of non-financial reporting presented by the corporation regarding activities such as human resources, risk management, product innovation and quality, and impact of corporate decisions on environment and society.
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THE COOPERATION BETWEEN ENTERPRISES: SIGNIFICANT PART OF THE INNOVATION PROCESS – A CASE STUDY OF THE CZECH MACHINERY INDUSTRY

Jan Stejskal, Beáta Mikušová Meričková, Viktor Prokop

In recent years we have been able to see the growing importance of knowledge in the context of the emerging knowledge-based global economy (Miotti & Sachwald, 2003; Carmeli, Gelbard, & Reiter-Palmon, 2013; Prokop & Stejskal, 2015). Tödtling and Trippl (2005) suggest that there is widespread agreement in academic literature that knowledge, learning, and innovation are key to economic development and the competitiveness of enterprises or regions (and nations).
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MULTICRITERIA DECISION-MAKING WEIGHTS AND A COMPETITIVE PRODUCT DESIGN

Filip Tošenovský

Competitive environments exist or can be created for a majority of human activities. This is true because human activity can usually be performed by more than one subject, and to incite subjects to being competitive, it suffices to compare results of their activity on the basis of selected criteria or features which characterize these results.
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Výběr potenciálních partnerů ze sklářského odvětví ČR pro zapojení do RP EU

Petra Rydvalová, Radka Pittnerová

Lze pomoci rozvoji sklářství (tradičnímu odvětví Čech) přípravou inovačních projektů financovaných z Rámcových programů Evropské unie (dále také EU)? Na tuto otázku hledá odpověď předkládaný článek. Vychází z již realizovaných aktivit týmu Ekonomické fakulty Technické univerzity v Liberci (dále také EF TUL) a VÚTS, a.s., a to v rámci inovačních a výzkumných projektů. Cílem článku je zmapovat stav inovačního potenciálu výrobců vybraných komodit sklářského průmyslu.
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A Multi-Objective Decision Support System for Project Selection with an Application for the Tunisian Textile Industry

Willem Karel M. Brauers, Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas

In this paper project selection is proposed as an answer to development planning. Project Selection assumes "that the project to be analysed will constitute a new economic activity…..in practice, however, many projects will only modify an existing economic activity" [42]. In addition different competing projects are considered and a final choice is made by Multiple Objective Optimization.
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