Regional Formation and Development Studies

Regional Formation and Development Studies is a scientific journal in the trend of Social sciences. It is a follow-up of “Human Resources as the Main Factor of Regional Development”, published in the period of 2007-2011. In the context of globalization sustainable development of regions turns into a serious problem. The major objective of the journal is to explore social situation in the region and on the basis of this study to offer suggestions for regional policy, emphasizing assumptions for sustainable development in the region. It also analyzes problems of Lithuanian regional policy in the context of EU and globalization processes. Attempts are made to diagnose actual social and economical situation in regions on the basis of major parameters, to make analysis of qualitative changes in labour force, migration related processes, assumptions for development of civil and knowledge society in regions, to discuss problems, related to improvement of efficient management of business institutions and preservation of national identity in the face of globalization. Each article is reviewed by two researchers. The journal is published three times per year in Lithuanian and English.

Vol 24, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents

Articles

PREFACE PDF
Ligita Šimanskienė 3
THE INTERNET PRESS IN THE POLISH LAW PDF
Anna Garczewska 6-13
CHANCES FOR THE DEPRESSED CENTRAL EUROPEAN REGIONS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION TO DEVELOP: CAN SHARED SERVICE CENTRES BE THE DRIVING FORCE? PDF
Csaba Roland Ruzsa 14-22
IMPACT OF REGULATORY DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF Latvia ON SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT SUPPLY PROVIDED BY THE FOOD RETAIL CHAINS PDF
Santa Bormane, Daina Šķiltere, Anda Batraga 23-34
INVESTMENTS IN LATVIA PDF
Sandra Jekabsone, Irina Skribane 35-43
ONLINE COMMUNICATION WITH CITIZENS. SHOULD LATVIAN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS LEARN FROM FOREIGN EXPERIENCE? PDF
Eduards Gaušis 44-51
DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ INNOVATIVE COMPETENCE IN UNIVERSITY STUDIES OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, APPLYING INDUSTRY-BASED TECHNOLOGIES’ LEARNING RESOURCES PDF
Andreas Ahrens, Julija Melnikova, Jeļena Zaščerinska 52-61
CLUSTER LIFE CYCLES: TYPES AND DRIVING FACTORS PDF
Rasa Viederytė 62-72
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF MIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS IN SOUTH JAKARTA PDF
Sakti Hendra Pramudya 73-84
Rinkos transformacija, arba klasikinės ir keinsistinės teorijų suderinamumas PDF
Vera Moskaliova, Stasys Girdzijauskas, Remigijus Čiegis 85-96
Darbuotojų nuomone pagrįstas etiško vadovavimo įvertinimas (lyties ir amžiaus požiūriu) PDF
Arnoldas Petrulis 97-105
MUNICIPAL INTEGRATED COASTAL MANAGEMENT FACILITATION IN lATVIA: PILOTING PUBLIC MULTI-THEMATICAL MONITORING PDF
Ieva Pommere, Krista Osniece, Anita Lontone- Ievina, Raimonds Ernsteins 106-119
The Blue Flag PROGRAMME as PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOUR INSTRUMENT FOR COASTAL DESTINATIONS: TOWARDS MUNICIPAL coastal governance and communication PDF
Jānis Ulme, Sintija Graudiņa- Bombiza, Raimonds Ernsteins 120-132
PSICHOSOCIALINIŲ PASLAUGŲ PERSONALIZAVIMAS ONKOLOGINIAMS LIGONIAMS: LIETUVOS IR ANGLIJOS LYGINAMOJI ANALIZĖ PDF
Jaroslav Dvorak, Samanta Savickaitė 133-144
REQUIREMENTS FOR ARTICLE PDF
Ligita Šimanskienė 145-147


ISSN: 2351-6542