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 31, No 2 (2020)

Table of Contents

Articles

Pratarmė PDF
Ligita Šimanskienė 3-4
LEVELS OF SOCIAL INTEGRATION OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS IN THE HOST COMMUNITY PDF
Olena Chuiko, Oleksandra Fedorenko 7-16
THE ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY IN E-PROCUREMENT PDF
Jurij Matyskevic, Inna Kremer- Matyskevic 17-27
EKONOMINIŲ PROCESŲ VALDYMAS: GRĮŽTAMASIS RYŠYS EKONOMIKOJE PDF
Stasys Girdzijauskas, Remigijus Čiegis, Marius Dubnikovas 28-38
TURKEY’S KURDISH QUESTION: OPPORTUNITIES AND PREDICAMENTS PDF
Cihat Yilmaz 39-49
THE CONCEPT OF INNOVATION IN THE APPROACH TO NOVELTY, VALUE CREATING, INTERACTION PROCESSES AND SOCIAL PROGRESS PDF
Edita Baranskaitė, Daiva Labanauskaitė 50-58
THE IMPACT OF CONSUMERS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW SERVICES PDF
Povilas Švogžlys 59-68
TURIZMO POVEIKIO VERTINIMAS EKONOMINIU, SOCIOKULTŪRINIU, APLINKOSAUGINIU ASPEKTAIS DABARTINĖS TURIZMO APIMTIES TENDENCIJŲ KONTEKSTE PDF
Deimena Montvydaitė, Daiva Labanauskaitė 69-80
SOCIO-PEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE APPLICATION OF BIBLIOTHERAPY AT A DAY CENTRE PDF
Gražina Šmitienė, Ilona Klanienė, Gintarė Pavalkyte- Vasiliauskienė 81-90
INCOME INEQUALITY, FISCAL POLICY AND LIFE SATISFACTION IN THE BALTIC STATES PDF
Edgars Vītols 91-99
KLAIPĖDA UNIVERSITY CHILDHOOD PEDAGOGY STUDY PROGRAMME STUDENTS’ CONNECTIONS BETWEEN learning PROVISIONS and study quality PDF
Rasa Braslauskienė, Aida Norvilienė, Sada Ramanauskienė, Neringa Strazdienė, Reda Vismantienė 100-110
FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE QUALITY OF THE STUDY PROCESS: THE ATTITUDE OF KLAIPĖDA UNIVERSITY AND 1 DECEMBER 1918 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS OF PEDAGOGICAL STUDIES PDF
Rasa Braslauskienė, Aida Norvilienė, Sada Ramanauskienė, Neringa Strazdienė, Reda Vismantienė, Mihaela Dirman, Cornel Igna, Ioana Todor 111-125
A THEORETICAL APPROACH TO THE IMPACT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT COMPONENTS ON SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION PDF
Rima Žitkienė, Svetlana Kunskaja 126-136
Tarptautinės organizacijos unikalių kompetencijų formavimo analizė: kokybinis tyrimas PDF
Jelena Dementjeva 137-147
A PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PDF
Ernesta Molotokienė 148-156
THE INFORMATISATION OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN POLAND FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF INDUSTRY AND SUSTAINABLE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PDF
Magdalena Sitek, Iwona Florek, Bronisław Sitek 157-167
YOUTH ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL GREEN TOURISM: THE CASE OF UKRAINE PDF
Natalia Martynova, Sergii Iaromenko 168-182
Namų ūkių finansinių įpročių tyrimas Covid-19 karantino laikotarpiu PDF
Agnė Šneiderienė, Aurelija Zonienė, Rasa Nutautienė 183-196
LEADERSHIP COMPETENCE OF PROGYMNASIUM HEADS AS A FACTOR IN MAKING THE MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL PERFORMANCE MORE EFFECTIVE PDF
Lilia Žukauskienė, Aurelija Maсijauskienė 197-207
TARP TAMSIOJO IR DARNIOJO TURIZMO PDF
Viltė Kriščiūnaitė, Rasa Pranskūnienė 208-219
REQUIREMENTS FOR ARTICLE PDF
Ligita Šimanskienė 220-222


ISSN: 2351-6542