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Unformatted text preview: Varazdin Development and Entrepreneurship Agency and University North in cooperation with Faculty of Management University of Warsaw Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences Sale - Mohammed V University in Rabat Polytechnic of Medimurje in Cakovec Economic and Social Development 51st International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development Development Book of Proceedings Editors: Khalid Hammes, Mustapha Machrafi, Vladimir Huzjan Rabat, 26-27 March 2020 Varazdin Development and Entrepreneurship Agency and University North in cooperation with Faculty of Management University of Warsaw Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences Sale - Mohammed V University in Rabat Polytechnic of Medimurje in Cakovec Editors: Khalid Hammes, Economics and Social Sciences Sale - Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco Mustapha Machrafi, Economics and Social Sciences Sale - Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco Vladimir Huzjan, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Croatia Economic and Social Development st 51 International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development Development Book of Proceedings Rabat, 26-27 March 2020 Title ◼ Economic and Social Development (Book of Proceedings), 51st International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development Development Editors ◼ Khalid Hammes, Mustapha Machrafi, Vladimir Huzjan Scientific Committee / Programski Odbor ◼ Marijan Cingula (President), University of Zagreb, Croatia; Sannur Aliyev, Azerbaijan State University of Economics, Azerbaijan; Ayuba A. Aminu, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria; Anona Armstrong, Victoria University, Australia; Gouri Sankar Bandyopadhyay, The University of Burdwan, Rajbati Bardhaman, India; Haimanti Baner ji, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India; Victor Beker, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Asmae Benthami, Mohammed V University, Morocco; Alla B obyleva, The Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia; Leonid K. Bobrov, State University of Economics and Management, Novosibirsk, Russia; Rado Bohinc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia; Elisabeth de Jesus Oliveira Brito, University of Aveiro, Portugal; Adnan Celi k, Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey; Angelo Maia Cister, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil; Mirela Cristea, University of Craiova, Romania; Taoufik Daghri, Mohammed V University, Morocco; Oguz Demir, Istanbul Commerce University, Turkey; T.S. Devaraja, University o f Mysore, India; Onur Dogan, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey; Darko Dukic, University of Osijek, Croatia; Gordana Dukic, University of Osijek, Croatia; Alba Dumi, Vlora University, Vlore, Albania; Galina Pavlovna Gagarinskaya, Samara State University, Russia; Mirjana Gligoric, Faculty of Economics - Belgrade University, Serbia; Maria Jose Angelico Goncalves, Porto Accounting and Business School P.Porto, Portugal; Mehmet Emre Gorgulu, Afyon Kocatepe University, Turkey; Klodiana Gorica, University of Tirana, Albania; Al eksandra Grobelna, Gdynia Maritime University, Poland; Liudmila Guzikova, Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia; Anica Hunjet, University North, Koprivnica, Croatia; Khalid Hammes, Mohammed V University, Morocco; Oxana Ivanova, Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia; Irena Jankovic, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, Serbia; Myrl Jones, Radford University, USA; Hacer Simay Karaalp, Pamukkale University, urkey; Dafna Kariv, The College of Management Academic Studies, Rishon Le Zion, Is rael; Hilal Yildirir Keser, Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey; Sophia Khalimova, Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science, Novosibirsk, Russia; Marina Klacmer Calopa, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Igor Klopota n, Medjimursko Veleuciliste u Cakovcu, Croatia; Vladimir Kovsca, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Goran Kozina, University North, Koprivnica, Croatia; Dzenan Kulovic, Univeristy of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Robert Lewis, Les Roches Gruyere University of Applied Sciences, Bulle, Switzerland; Ladislav Lukas, Univ. of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics, Czech Republic; Mustapha Machrafi, Mohammed V University, Morocco; Pascal Marty, University of La Rochelle, France; Vaidotas Matutis, Vilnius University, Lithuania; Daniel Francois Meyer, North West University, South Africa; Marin Milkovic, University North, Koprivnica, Croatia; Abdelhamid Nechad, Abdelma lek Essaadi University, Morocco; Gratiela Georgiana Noja, West University of Timisoara, Romania; Zsuzsanna Novak, Corvinus Univer sity of Budapest, Hungary; Tomasz Ochinowski, University of Warsaw, Poland; Barbara Herceg Paksic, University of Osijek, Croatia; Ver a Palea, Universita degli Studi di Torino, Italy; Dusko Pavlovic, Libertas International University, Zagreb, Croatia; Igor Pihir, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Dmitri Pletnev, Chelyabinsk State University, Russian Federation; Miroslaw Przygoda, University of Warsaw, Poland; K arlis Purmalis, University of Latvia, Latvia; Nicholas Recker, Metropolitan State University of Denver , USA; Kerry Redican, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, USA; Humberto Ribeiro, University of Aveiro, Portugal; Robert Rybnicek, University of Graz, Austria; Joanna Staws ka, University of Lodz, Poland; Elzbieta Szymanska, Bialystok University of Technology, Poland; Katarzyna Szymanska, The State Higher School of Vocational Education in Ciechanow, Poland; Ilaria Tutore, University of Naples Parthenope, Italy; Claudia Miranda Veloso, University of Aveiro, Portugal; Ilko Vrankic, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Stanislaw Walukiewicz, Bialystok University of Technology, Poland; Thomas Will, Agnes Scott College, USA; Li Yongqiang, Victoria University, Australia; Peter Zabielskis, University of Macau, China; S ilvija Zeman, Medjimursko Veleuciliste u Cakovcu, Croatia; Tao Zeng, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada; Snezana Zivkovic, University of Nis, Serbia. Review Committee / Recenzentski Odbor ◼ Marina Klacmer Calopa (President); Ana Aleksic; Sandra Raquel Alves; Ayuba Aminu; Mihovil Andjelinovic; Josip Arneric; Lidija Bagaric; Tomislav Bakovic; Sanja Blazevic; Leonid Bobrov; Ruzica Brecic; Anita Ceh Casni; Iryna Chernysh; Mirela Cristea; Oguz Demir; Stjepan Dvorski; Robert Fabac; Ivica Filipovic; Sinisa Franjic; Fran Galetic; Mirjana G ligoric; Tomislav Globan; Anita Goltnik Urnaut; Tomislav Herceg; Irena Jankovic; Emina Jerkovic; Dafna Kariv; Oliver Kesar; Hilal Yildirir Keser ; Martina Dragija Kostic; Tatjana Kovac; Vladimir Kovsca; Angelo Maia Cister; Katarina Marosevic; Vaidotas Matutis; Marjana Mer kac Skok; Daniel Francois Meyer; Natanya Meyer; Josip Mikulic; Ljubica Milanovic Glavan; Guenter Mueller; Ivana Nacinovic Braje; Zlatko Nedelko; Gratiela Georgiana Noja; Zsuzsanna Novak; Alka Obadic; Claudia Ogrean; Igor Pihir; Najla Podrug; Vojko Potocan; Din ko Primorac; Zeljka Primorac; Sanda Renko; Humberto Ribeiro; Vlasta Roska; Souhaila Said; Armando Javier Sanchez Diaz; Tomislav Sekur; Lorena Sku flic; Mirko Smoljic; Petar Soric; Mario Spremic; Matjaz Stor; Tomasz Studzieniecki; Lejla Tijanic; Daniel Tomic ; Boris Tusek; Rebeka Daniela Vlahov; Ilko Vrankic; Thomas Will; Zoran Wittine; Tao Zeng; Grzegorz Zimon; Snezana Zivkovic; Berislav Zmuk. Organizing Committee / Organizacijski Odbor ◼ Domagoj Cingula (President); Djani Bunja; Marina Klacmer Calopa; Spomenko Kesina; Erlino Koscak; Tomasz Ochinowski; Miroslaw Przygoda; Michael Stefulj; Rebeka Danijela Vlahov; Sime Vucetic. Publishing Editor ◼ Spomenko Kesina, Mario Vrazic, Domagoj Cingula Publisher ◼ Design ◼ Print ◼ Varazdin Development and Entrepreneurship Agency, Varazdin, Croatia / University North, Koprivnica, Croatia / Faculty of Management University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland / Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences Sale - Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco / Polytechnic of Medimurje in Cakovec, Cakovec, Croatia Printing ◼ Online Edition ISSN 1849-7535 The Book is open access and double-blind peer reviewed. Our past Books are indexed and abstracted by ProQuest, EconBIZ, CPCI (Web of Science) and EconLit databases and available for download in a PDF format from the Economic and Social Development Conference website: -conference.com © 2020 Varazdin Development and Entrepreneurship Agency, Varazdin, Croatia; University North, Koprivnica, Croatia; Faculty of Management University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences Sale - Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco; Polytechnic of Medimurje in Cakovec, Cakovec, Croatia. All rights reserved. Authors are responsible for the linguistic and technical accuracy of their contributions. Authors keep their copyrights for further publishing. CONTENTS ORGANIZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF INSURANCE IN RUSSIA AND ABROAD .....................................................................................................................1 Roman N. Borovskikh, Nadezhda I. Verchenko THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC FACTORS OF THE REHABILITATION OF A POST-STROKE PATIENT .................................................................................................8 Еlena Sevostyanova, Irina Trushina, Мark Loskutnikov, Natalia Kurenkova ACTIVE LABOUR MARKET POLICIES, THE BUSINESS CYCLE AND LABOUR FORCE SHORTAGES ......................................................................................................14 Katarina Moravcikova, Vladimir Balaz USER PREFERENCES IN THE EXPERIENCE ECONOMY .......................................28 Aija Freimane AUDIT OF ASSETS OF LOCAL AND REGIONAL SELF-GOVERNMENTS ............ 38 Dubravka Mahacek, Aleksandar Vcev, Kristina Peic VALUATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF FIXED ASSETS IN SELECTED LOCAL GOVERNMENT ................................................................................................................ 47 Magdalena Glebocka, Ewa Mackowiak MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATIVE MEGAPOLIS DEVELOPMENT UNDER DIGITALIZATION CONDITIONS: THE CASE OF MOSCOW AND ST. PETERSBURG ................................................................................................................... 62 Alexander Kurochkin, Svetlana Morozova SECULAR RITUALS AND THEIR ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY ..................................69 Alexandr Shmakov REGIONAL ASPECTS OF 2024 NATIONAL PROJECTS ON STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT IN RUSSIA .......................................................................................... 77 Anatoly Pleslov, Olga Lukashenko THE ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE IN THE CONTEXT OF BUYERS’ BEHAVIOR ......................................................................................................87 Andzela Veselova THE EU UNEMPLOYMENT UNDER THE RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION ...................................................................96 Athanasios G. Panagopoulos SLOVAK R&D STRATEGIC INFRASTRUCTURES AND SMART SPECIALIZATION.......................................................................................................... 108 Miroslav Balog ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN RENEWABLE ENERGY AND THE POWER OF INNOVATION ................................................................................................................. 117 Maria-Floriana Popescu FACTORS INFLUENCING ONLINE SHOPPING BEHAVIOR WITH MEDIATING ROLE OF CUSTOMER PERCEIVED VALUE ............................................................ 128 Samar Rahi, Maheen Ishaq CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL IDEAS IN TOURISM – MASH-UP EVENT AS AN INNOVATIVE EVALUATION MODEL ............................................................................................................................ 142 Tamara Floricic, Irena Sker ZERO WASTE CONCEPT IN TOURISM ..................................................................... 157 Daniela Soldic Frleta, Dora Zupan PREDICTION OF FINANCIAL HEALTH OF BUSINESS ENTITIES OF SELECTED SECTOR USING IN05 AND VERIFICATION OF ITS PREDICTIVE ABILITY THROUGH ROC ............................................................................................................. 168 Dusan Karpac, Viera Bartosova, Filip Rebetak EARNINGS MANAGEMENT PHENOMENON ........................................................... 173 Susana Cristina Rodrigues Aldeia FORMULATION OF MOTIVATION POLICY IN A GENERAL EDUCATION ORGANIZATION APPLYING PERSONNEL MARKETING TECHNOLOGIES .... 179 Elena V. Kolnik, Yuliya A. Masalova THE PARTNER LOANS' MULTIDISCIPLINARY ANALYSIS - PORTUGUESE'S CASE STUDY................................................................................................................... 187 Susana Cristina Rodrigues Aldeia FAIR TRADE: A CRITIC IN ETHICS .......................................................................... 193 Essakhi Adam FORTHCOMING REFORM OF UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL FINANCING AND POSSIBILITIES FOR EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT IN LATVIA ......................... 200 Mara Petersone, Karlis Ketners, Ingars Erins THE ROLE OF TNCS AS INNOVATIVE LEADERS IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY ........................................................................................................................................... 208 Kovtun Olga, Lihovitskaya Darya THE APPLICATION GIS AND REMOTE SENSING DATA TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTISCALE SOIL INFORMATION SYSTEM .............................................. 218 Anna Pavlova WILL FRESH GRADUATES EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT STYLES OF MENTORING WHEN THEY ENTER LABOUR MARKET ................................................................. 226 Gabriela Kalinova RURAL HOUSEHOLD DECISION TO PARTICIPATE IN OFF FARM WORK: USING A DOUBLE HURDLE MODEL ......................................................................... 236 Hussein N. Nassoro THE ROLE OF 'ORIENT' AS 'OTHER' IN EUROPE’S VISUAL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES .................................................................................................................. 251 Ilze Loza MEDIA INDUSTRY IN A POST-INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY: MEDIA INDUSTRY REVENUE CONVERGENCE AND BLURRED BOUNDARIES IN MEDIA SECTOR ........................................................................................................................................... 261 Josko Lozic PRICE RISK AND ITS IMPACT ON PRICE DECISION-MAKING AND PRICING OF A COMPANY ................................................................................................................... 270 Anna Kubjatkova, Jana Kliestikova, Lubica Gajanova THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TERRITORIAL COHESION AND REGIONAL COMPETITIVENESS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION ................................................... 276 Lela Tijanic, Ines Kersan-Skabic, Daniel Tomic LINKING TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, SENSE OF BELONGING AND INTRAPRENEURSHIP ................................................................................................... 286 Fahd Slamti ANALYSIS OF THE PAY AMOUNT IN THE RUSSIAN ECONOMY BY TYPES OF ACTIVITY AND EMPLOYMENT OF HIRED LABOR .............................................. 294 L. Fyodorova ASSESSMENT OF MORTGAGE AVAILABILITY FOR THE POPULATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION ............................................................................................... 303 Lyudmila Rudy, Tatyana Tropnikova ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION AND MARKET PERFORMANCE RESULTS ........ 313 Sofia Lyubyashenko THE BRAIN DRAIN OF PEOPLE FROM SLOVAKIA ............................................... 320 Martina Chrancokova, Gabriel Weibl, Dusana Dokupilova ECONOMIC THEORY AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF REALITY ........................ 330 Maxim Petrenko GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND ITS IMPACT ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY .... 336 Ayuba A. Aminu, Yahaya Yunusa Malgwi AXIOLOGICAL BASIS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY ................................ 343 Natalya Rubtsova EXPERIENCE IN REFORMING TEACHER TRAINING SYSTEMS IN EUROPE (EXAMPLE OF GERMANY AND FRANCE) ............................................................... 351 Natalya Nos, Uiliia Ostrovaya THE CONCEPT OF TRUST WHEN INTEGRATING LABOR MIGRANTS INTO SMALL FAMILY BUSINESSES .................................................................................... 357 Pal Zoltan Bite, Marta Konczosne Szombathelyi, Zoltan Baracskai ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF MARKETING ONLINE AND OFFLINE COMMUNICATION CHANNELS ON CUSTOMER PURCHASING BEHAVIOR .. 365 Peter Jucha, Simona Jaculjakova, Dominik Laitkep, Tatiana Corejova DETERMINATION OF SOME HEAVY METALS IN VARIETY OF WATERMELON SAMPLES CULTIVATED IN KAGA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, BORNO STATE, NIGERIA ........................................................................................................... 377 Kolo B. G., Shugaba A., Kagu M. SOCIAL PROGRAMMING IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT IN BULGARIA .................................................................................. 387 Venelin Terziev ATTITUDES TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ADOPTED BY THE BUSINESS SUBJECTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA ....................................... 397 Ivan Kovac, Kristina Petljak, Dora Naletina THE CONCEPT OF ADAPTIVE INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT IN DIGITAL ORGANIZATIONS BASED ON THE ANALYSIS AND MONITORING OF BUSINESS PROCESSES ................................................................................................. 409 Zinaida Rodionova, Irbulat Utepbergenov THE DYNAMIC OF INDICATORS OF THE FINANCIAL MARKET IN THE PROCESS OF CYCLICAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE NATIONAL ECONOMY ..... 416 Viktor Barkhatov, Ekaterina Lymar, Ivan Koptelov QUALITATIVE STUDY OF THE INCLUSIVE COMPETENCE OF TEACHERS OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS ........................................................... 424 Svetlana Kurnosova, Nikolai Kokanov, Tatyana Lushnikova, Linara Battalova, Yulia Petrova, Elena Martynova VALUE AND PRICE OF NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS OF PERSONNEL ...... 428 Yuri Startsev, Alexander Taradanov METHODOLOGY FOR ASSESSING WORKER’S BEHAVIORAL OPPORTUNISM IN RUSSIAN CORPORATIONS .................................................................................... 433 Elena Kozlova, Dmitri Pletnev FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN MOROCCO, COMOROS, MAURITIUS, RWANDA, TUNISIA AND SENEGAL........................................................................... 442 Saanyane Moussa Omar, Hammes Khalid CURRENT STATE AND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES OF CSR PERFORMANCE IN AZERBAIJAN ............................................................................. 450 Shahla Gahramanova TRENDS AND CONTRADICTIONS OF ECONOMY GLOBALIZATION ............... 458 Shafa Guliyeva SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATION STRATEGY FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING PROVIDERS – MAJOR ELEMENTS THAT KEEP CONSUMERS ENGAGED ....................................................................................................................... 466 Orindaru Andreea, Caescu Stefan-Claudiu CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN TOURISM – LITERATURE REVIEW ......................... 473 Dora Smolcic Jurdana, Daniela Soldic Frleta, Romina Agbaba HUMAN PERSONAL TIME: APPEALING TO ITS DUALITY AND HARMONIZATION ........................................................................................................ 483 Svetlana Sotnikova, Elena Razomasova, Elena Mikhailova SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING AS TOOL OF BUSINESS SUCCESS ...................... 492 Veronika Paurova, Anna Krizanova, Margareta Nadanyiova DATING THE GROWTH CYCLE OF MOROCCO AND ITS SYNCHRONIZATION WITH THE CYCLES OF THE MAIN TRADING PARTNERS .................................. 499 Soussi Noufail Outmane, Abdelghani Bensaid RISK IN SOCIAL PRACTICES: «NORMALIZATION» AND «HABITUALIZATION» ........................................................................................................................................... 506 Svetlana Ilynykh, Svetlana Rovbel, Elena Naumova, Evgeniya Komf DIVERGENCES AND THEIR EVIDENTIAL VALUE IN THE PROCESS OF MAXIMIZING EARNINGS FROM TRADING OF FINANCIAL MARKETS ........... 513 Jan Chutka, Ladislav Vagner THE WORLD ECONOMY ON THE EVE OF A NEW CRISIS ................................
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