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Nikolina Jovanovic, Tijana Teodorovic, Stojan Bajraktarov, Antoni Novotni, Sonila Tomori, Stefan Priebe
2021 Zenodo  
Objective: To explore perinatal patient and staff experiences of a one-off session of DIALOG+ Methods: The study included 22 mental health patients and three staff members in Albania and North Macedonia  ...  Data were analysed using thematic analysis. Results: All patients and staff completed the test session without major difficulties.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are thankful to Ms Tamara Pemovska for providing DIALOG+ training to staff in Albania. We are grateful to Dr Miloš Milutinović for his help with data collection.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5207984 fatcat:gcpxoqxxrfcbvcp4gpf7djlefy

Assessing Organizational Maturity in Predictive Analytics of Telecommunications Companies in the Republic of Macedonia

Kalina Trenevska Blagoeva, Marina Mijoska
2019 Economic Analysis  
In a highly digitalized environment it is not only to question the usage of data analytics, but how analytically mature organizations are.  ...  Data analytics and predictive analytics are among major trends companies are facing worldwide.  ...  In the literature, there are a variety of explanations about what a data-driven company is and how an organisation can become one.  ... 
doi:10.28934/ea.19.52.12.pp48-55 fatcat:2lm74c7acvbv3mnbktdov2phaq

Forest Strategy in Republic of Macedonia: Barriers to Effective Implementation

Jana Baumgartner, Makedonka Stojanovska
2014 South-East European Forestry  
The demand for creation of the Forest Strategy in Macedonia and the manner in which was created is derived from a real need for forest policy change which in the case of Macedonia, was externally driven  ...  Secondary Data In addition to interviews, secondary data were another source of data used for this research.  ... 
doi:10.15177/seefor.14-03 fatcat:534z4tmtrzcbvj5kdr5wze5ncm

Stimulating the Competitiveness of the Macedonian Economy through the Process of Stimulation the Internationalization of the Companies

Jovanka Damoska Sekuloska
2015 Eurasian Journal of Business and Management  
The research in this paper is to be focused on examining the internationalization of the Macedonian companies as a prerequisite in improvement of Macedonian competitiveness.  ...  Using data of some target Central European and Baltic (CEB) economies, it will be examined interrelationships between the internationalization and competitiveness and policies that influence the improvement  ...  Damoska Sekuloska / Eurasian Journal ofBusiness and Management, 3(3), 2015, 26-36  ... 
doi:10.15604/ejbm.2015.03.03.004 fatcat:w76lmdnyk5eqtewzg7frme5yym

New E-Commerce Business Models can Boost its Development: Case of North Macedonia

Nina Angelovska, Lidija Pulevska Ivanovska
2019 Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems  
In North Macedonia Grouper introduced this concept at the beginning of 2011, and few more group buying web sites emerged soon.  ...  Secondary data research from relevant sources is done.  ...  In the Republic of North Macedonia the data about the participation of the E-commerce in the total trade in 2010 is provided only in the study of USAID.  ... 
doi:10.7906/indecs.17.4.6 fatcat:abjrnd5v3nhnjbvujo4gdocexi

Usage of social networks in companies on Macedonian market: Comparative analysis

Saso Josimovski, Lidija Pulevska-Ivanovska, Kiril Postolov, Dimitar Jovevski
2014 Ekonomski pogledi  
All these facts were inspiration for this paper to explore and see how companies are integrating social networks in Macedonia.  ...  It is being driven by a fundamental shift in how we communicate and it is enabled by what we commonly callsocial media. Social media touch nearly every part of our personal and business lives.  ...  In order to explore, see differences and trends in social networks integration, data from previous survey made in 2010 was used and compare with the new data.  ... 
doi:10.5937/ekopog1401065j fatcat:no26jp5m35ddtmmxdgnw4e6yzq

Citizens' Perception and Concerns on Chemical Exposures and Human Biomonitoring—Results from a Harmonized Qualitative Study in Seven European Countries

Linda Matisāne, Lisbeth E. Knudsen, Joana Lobo Vicente, Maria Uhl, Andromachi Katsonouri, Annick D. van den Brand, Tamar Berman, Mirjana Dimovska, Eleni Anastasi, Anthi Thoma, Szilvia Középesy, Dragan Gjorgjev (+7 others)
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
These discussions were hosted in Cyprus, Denmark, Hungary, Israel, Latvia, the Netherlands, and North Macedonia following a protocol developed in the first round of discussions.  ...  Raising awareness of the general public may promote engagement of citizens, which in turn may empower them to put pressure on politicians to take effective actions.  ...  In five countries policy-related actions were mentioned most often. They include the role of policy decisions driven both at the European and national levels.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19116414 pmid:35681998 pmcid:PMC9180191 fatcat:pc7cqeeudfbdfpkvs6fi3o2gqy

Towards Knowledge‐based Economies: Challenges and Perspectives in the Western Balkans

Emilija Tudzarovska – Gjorgjievska
2014 Zenodo  
The comparative data of Macedonia, Serbia and Bosnia offer insights into the key challenges for fostering the progress of knowledge‐based economies such as: low company spending on R&D, poor capacity for  ...  With regard to this particular context, this chapter aims to address the key inhibitors to progress of knowledge‐based economies and the economic growth in three Western Balkans countries: Macedonia, Bosnia  ...  As suggested within the Action Plan for Macedonia, the ICT and research systems that are competitive and transparent need to be driven by quality recruitment practices and efficient administrative procedures  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4553242 fatcat:u7l4cavnsze5vppubwdmsudxde

An Overview of the Reformed Local Government in Macedonia

Mirjana Kraja Sejdini
2016 Business and Economic Research  
This is an exploratory study of previous writings about decentralization and local government (mainly) in Macedonia.  ...  This paper aims to elaborate on the reforms that have shaped the management of local government in Macedonia, as well as its financial position.  ...  government; (5) results-oriented; (6) customer-driven; (7) decentralized; and, (8) market-driven government.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ber.v6i1.9350 fatcat:h2oteg7nynheroye7mzcowjmf4

Macedonian Export Performance and Potential Gains from EU Integration

Nikica Mojsoska-Blazevski, Marjan Petreski
2010 Zenodo  
This is in accordance with the conclusion that the EU's economy has a strong effect on Macedonia; hence CEFTA 2006 countries, including Macedonia, are eager to trade with the EU instead of trading amongst  ...  In a separate section, the paper uses a qualitative approach to discuss the potential benefits for Macedonian trade from the new Lisbon Treaty and further EU integration in general.  ...  Data for Macedonia were compiled from the State Statistical Office and the Central Bank; data on trade agreements were obtained from the Ministry of Economy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4523716 fatcat:ifpie64shjcr7ierqizuopqgxe

Association between person-centredness and financially driven postponement of care in European primary care: a cross-sectional multicountry study

Jens Detollenaere, Pauline Boeckxstaens, Sara Willems
2018 CMAJ Open  
In this cross-sectional study, data were collected within the Quality and Costs of Primary Care in Europe study, which included 69 201 patients and 7183 general practitioners from 31 European countries  ...  We investigated the association between a general practitioner's person-centred attitude and financially driven postponement of care in European countries.  ...  Methods Setting For the purpose of this study, data were collected in 31 European countries, including all 27 European Union member states, 2 candidate states (former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and  ... 
doi:10.9778/cmajo.20170082 pmid:29669737 pmcid:PMC7869660 fatcat:onk4brx2q5btbid2qspcoorlau

Work-life balance can benefit business during financial crisis and austerity

Uracha Chatrakul Na Ayudhya, Rea Prouska, Suzan Lewis
2015 Human Resource Management International Digest  
Three studies -one in the UK and two in South Europepoint to the positive impact of WLB initiatives for business during times of financial crisis.  ...  the UK in terms of their WLB policies and practices.  ...  Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).  ... 
doi:10.1108/hrmid-05-2015-0078 fatcat:ckewchc5orhaxpelzpx6wfdho4

Property Tax in Transition countries: The Case of the Republic of Macedonia from 2006-2015

Shiret Elezi
2016 European Scientific Journal  
I will try to explain hanges made from the decentralization process in Macedonia throught ten years of starting implementation of the decentralization on property tax collection.  ...  In most cases, the various taxes on immovable property-together with other forms of taxes property-established in the new fiscal framework of modern local governments.  ...  Chart 1 1 Macedonia: Local Government Revenue as a Share of GDP and Total Public Revenue in 2006-2014 Source: Data from the Ministry of Finance Macedonian local governments derive modest shares of their  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2016.v12n28p344 fatcat:qzju6dnbbvaqflhyrkjqp7swo4

Page 1112 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 93, Issue 3 [page]

2006 Psychological Abstracts  
and student interview dataJournal abstract. 8918.  ...  Such a socioeconomic approach to communication could help increase students’ compassion in intercultural settings, empowering them to contribute to positive global change—Journal abstract. 8911.  ... 

The EU's Pathological Power: The Failure of External Rule of Law Promotion in South Eastern Europe

Martin Mendelski
2015 Southeastern Europe  
Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Serbia) .  ...  in some crucial areas even deteriorated because of externally driven reforms.  ... 
doi:10.1163/18763332-03903003 fatcat:x6bhfv3oljftzlogsiuns327m4
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