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New Articles – Economics


CORE INDUSTRY AGGLOMERATION OF DIGITAL ECONOMY AND GREEN TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY: EVIDENCE FROM CHINA

Ping Li, Huiying Fu, Yueyao Li

With the advent of the information age and the development of network technology, the digital economy with digital knowledge and information as crucial production factors has become the core driving force for high-quality green economic and social development. This paper took the exploration of the role of the digital economy as an engine for regional green and high-quality development as the purpose of the study, incorporates the core industry agglomeration of the digital economy into the…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-4-003 more

MINSKY MEETS PORTER

Burak Erkut

Hyman P. Minsky and Michael E. Porter have developed theories of economic development independently from each other, both being influenced by Joseph A. Schumpeter in different ways. In this contribution, the author focuses on understanding the similarities and differences between these two approaches based on their epistemological, ontological and ethicalpolitical perspectives, also by identifying how they are related to each other in a particular type of economic development named as ‘money…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-4-004 more

BROWNFIELDS AND GREENFIELDS ASSESSMENT METHOD IN RELATION TO VALUE POTENTIAL AND EFFICIENT USE

Zuzana Dvořáková Líšková, Nikola Sagapova, Roman Buchtele

Brownfields and greenfields are examples of areas that report partial, however rather significant changes in the spatial organization of localities of economic and sometimes social changes. A large part of them emerged in areas originally used for industrial production and other economic activities, including former agricultural primary production. In the case of investor interest and with the support of the public sector, they can be transformed back into an area of growth and prosperity;…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-4-005 more

MEASURES SUPPORTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SLOVAK SMES IN THE MOST VULNERABLE INDUSTRIES IN TIMES OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Ľubica Lesáková, Miroslava Vinczeová, Alena Kaščáková

The anti-pandemic measures taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus has slowed down the economic activities of many businesses. Particularly vulnerable are SMEs in industries hardest hit by the crisis. These are SMEs which, due to the nature of their activities, have seen their operations severely restricted or even had to shut down during the pandemic. Key to ensure their survival are government support measures. The aim of the paper is to find out whether there is a dependence between…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-3-001 more

CONSUMERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTH AND FACTORS INFLUENCING FULFILMENT OF THE NEED FOR HEALTHCARE IN EU COUNTRIES

Irena Antošová, Naďa Hazuchová, Jana Stávková

The paper deals with subjective perceptions of health by individuals. The research aimed at understanding socioeconomic and demographic factors influencing the fulfilment of healthcare needs and at finding out categories of factors that lead to the highest chances of meeting the need in consumer segments formed according to perceptions of their health status. The analyses were based on the EU-SILC database of primary data on the income situation and living conditions of households. In 2017, the…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-3-002 more

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