Ligita Šimanskienė


This issue of the journal is rich in interdisciplinary scientific papers. The largest group of papers address the topical issues of business and organizational management predominant in different regions. C. R. Ruzsa reveals potential prospects for regional development through establishment of service centres, whereas S. Jekabsone and I. Skribane analyse investments in Latvia. S. H. Pramudya focuses on migrant entrepreneurs analysing factors of their entrepreneurship, yet A. Ahrens, J. Melnikova and J. Zaščerinska present in the article new teaching methods that promote students’ innovative competence. This volume is also full of comprehensive theoretical articles: R. Viederytė analyses cluster life cycles, while V. Moskaliova, S. Girdzijauskas, and R. Čiegis investigate the market transformation based on compatibility of classical and Keynesian theories. Next, J. Dvorak and S. Savickaitė proceed on examining personalisation of psychosocial services, while A. Petrulis studies ethical leadership. Another group of papers refers to the impact of state regulation and public administration. Though interdisciplinary character here is maintained too. Environmental aspects of coastal management in different municipalities are discussed by I. Pommerane, K. Osniece, A. Lontone-Ievina, R. Ernsteins and another group of authors as J. Ulme, S. Graudina-Bombiza and R. Ernsteins. Furthermore, the influence of state regulation on the food supply chain is analysed by S. Bormane, D. Škiltere and A. Batraga. Finally, public institutions’ communication with citizens are highlighted by E. Gaušis, and A. Garczewska discusses the labyrinth of online press in the Polish law. Thus, you will definitely enjoy winter reading.

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