| | |

New Articles – Economics


Critical success factors for public procurement of innovative solutions in Central Europe: Empirical study

Martin Januska, Alena Palacka

This article aims to evaluate critical success factors in the use of the Public Procurement for Innovations (PPI) concept. The first part of the article deals with a systematic research literature review on the topic of critical success factors for PPI. In the second part, the authors present empirical research conducted as an add-on to the projects PPI2Innovate and RI2integrate within the Europe and Interreg Danube programs. These projects (whose research team included one of the authors of…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2023-2-002 more

Structural Change and Growth Prospects in the Turkish Economy: A Demand-Side Decomposition Analysis

Şahin Nas, Maya Moalla, İsmail Tuncer

Over the past four decades, Turkey has undertaken a wide range of reforms that aim at the liberalisation of foreign trade, relaxation of the tariff system, deregulation of the financial system, and foreign investment regulations. Significant structural change experienced in the Turkish economy pursues access to the global market. This paper presents an empirical investigation of the growth prospects in both the Turkish economy and manufacturing industry during the whole period from 1995 to 2015…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2023-1-002 more

Differences and Similarities in Patterns of Ageing Society in the European Union

Denisa Kočanová, Viliam Kováč, Vitaliy Serzhanov, Ján Buleca

Population ageing is a demographic issue that emphasises the need to be interested in the lives of the most vulnerable population group: the elderly population. The paper investigates the ageing process and their relations among the European Union member countries from 2009 to 2019. These countries are assessed and dispersed to the appropriate clusters according to several indicators related to the areas that affect the lives of the elderly population: namely, the health status, the labour…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2023-1-003 more

INFLATION PERSISTENCE AND UNIT ROOT TESTS IN THE EURO AREA COUNTRIES

Lenka Vyrostková, Rajmund Mirdala

Persistence is one of the main characteristics of inflation. One of the definitions of persistent inflation is, that it is the rate at which inflation reaches equilibrium after a certain macroeconomic shock. If the inflation persistence is high, the response to inflation shocks is longlasting and difficult for the central bank to control. Conversely, if the country’s inflation persistence is low, the central bank can keep the inflation rate in line with the inflation target. The recent economic…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-4-001 more

FACTORS OF GENDER PAY GAP IN THE HIGHEST WAGES OF EMPLOYEES IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC

Viera Pacáková, Viera Labudová, Ľubica Sipková

The article contains the results of empirical analysis of data on one percent of employees with the highest salaries in the Slovak Republic in 2020. The starting point for the analysis there is 11,570 anonymized individual values of average gross monthly wage and also personal data of the employees whose wage exceeded the 99th percentile of the sample survey The Informational System on Labour Costs, implemented in the Slovak Republic since 1992 by the company Trexima Bratislava. The aim of the…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-4-002 more

|< 1 2 3 >|

?
NAPOVEDA
reguired