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): 231 – 248 . Beardsworth , A. – Keil , T. ( 1992 ): The Vegetarian Option: Varieties, Conversions, Motives and Careers . Sociological Review , 40 ( 2 ): 253 – 293

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Conversion of the Supply and Use Tables to Symmetric Input-Output Tables: A Critical Review . Bulletin of Political Economy , 3 ( 1 ): 51 – 70 . Šidlauskaitė , B. – Miškinis , A

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. Drozd , D. J. – Johnson , B. B. ( 2004 ): Dynamics of a Rural Land Market Experiencing Farmland Conversion to Acreages: The Case of Saunders County, Nebraska . Land Economics , 80 ( 2 ): 294 – 311

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specifications of the model were estimated in order to investigate the determinants of FDI in ABS. The predictor variables described the supply (column 1 in Table 3 ) and demand (column 2 in Table 3 ) factors in the period of the analysis. The conversion of

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these grounds was labeled by a Hungarian sociologist (and former Minister of Education), Bálint Magyar (2013) as “mafia state.” 4 Postscript: an illiberal international? The scope and limits of illiberal conversion and global capitalism The tendency to

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indicators are de-stimulants (a higher value of a variable means a less desirable situation in the considered phenomenon), their conversion into positive measures is necessary (respectively IM∗ = 1000-IM and PYLL∗ = 1000-PYLL). The assessment of the

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spreading of temporary contracts, existed since the beginning of 1990s. OECD (2004) showed that this asymmetry reinforces the labour market duality, since it encourages the employers to hire workers on temporary contracts, and lowers the rate of conversion

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The paper presents the first stage of a pilot project, which aims to introduce m-learning in mechanical engineering education. Basic concepts and technological considerations are discussed first, together with presentation of technical solutions for an m-learning system. We use some basic assumptions and make fundamental decisions related to the applied educational methodology and the hardware, software and network solutions. While selecting state-of-the-art hardware (HP iPAQ Pocket PC), we choose generally applicable and available software solutions.  We also describe the specific, but highly generalised m-learning environment and its elements. The conversion of educational materials, and especially the application of subject-specific media, is discussed later in detail. We devote special attention to and show how simulation models can be applied in course materials in m-learning environments. The applied software solutions provide flexibility and long-term applicability, despite the rapidly changing technical environment.

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-Managed and Conventional Firms. An Investigation on French Data . ILR Review 65 ( 5 ): 847 – 849 . Fulton , M. – Hueth , B. , eds ( 2009 ): Cooperative Conversions, Failures and

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1113 Pucik, J. F. — Holtbrügge, D. — Mohr, A. T. (2009): Beyond Entry Mode Choice: Explaining the Conversion of Joint Ventures into Wholly Owned Subsidiaries in the People’s Republic of China

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