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in Adult Learning in the United Kingdom . The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE), England. Simonsen, M. — Skipper, L. (2008): The Incidence and Intensity of Formal Lifelong Learning. Economics Working

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References Barnett , W. – Block , W. E. ( 2011 ): On Rothbard on the Shifting and Incidence of a General Sales Tax: A Critique . Journal of Private Enterprise 26 ( 2

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This paper examines the causes of turbulence in foreign exchange markets by looking closely at the experience of four transition economies (Bulgaria, Romania, Russia, Ukraine). It considers the influence of macroeconomic variables in currency crises occurrence through the use of logit models. In an environment of deteriorating fundamentals the examined issue is whether or not some fundamentals are able to maximise the likelihood of currency crisis incidence.

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This paper investigates the impacts of potential determinants of demand for tourism in Turkey through Markov Regime Switching-Vector Auto Regression (MS-VAR) estimations from 1999 to 2017 on monthly data. The determinants are income level, exchange rates and the threat of terror incidences. The terror variable, following the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2017 report, is calculated for Turkey by the author. This research has conducted two separate MS-VAR models to observe the relevant parameters’ signs of the demand for tourism function. Both MS-VAR models revealed that income level and exchange rates have positive influences on tourism while the terror threat has a negative impact on tourism in Turkey. Terror adversely affects the demand for tourism in the short-term in which terror has occurred in the nearest past (i.e., a month ago). The MS-VAR models also yield that a similar negative impact of terror on tourism activities does not appear over the longer periods.

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). The determinants of lifelong learning incidence across European countries (evidence from EU-SILC dataset) . Acta Oeconomica , 63 ( 1 ), 77 – 97 . Davis , G.A. ( 1986

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( 2014 ): Financial Stability Review. May. Harberger , A. C. ( 1962 ): The Incidence of the Corporation Income Tax . The Journal of Political Economy , 70 ( 3 ): 215

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-Country Incidence of the Global Crisis . IMF Economic Review , 59 ( 1 ): 77 – 110 . Meltzer , A. H. ( 2004 ): The Report of the International Financial Institution Advisory

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Sustainable Agriculture . Land Use Policy , 55 222 – 229 . Czyżewski , B. – Przekota , G. – Poczta-Wajda , A. ( 2017 ): The Incidence of Agricultural Policy on the Land Market in

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payments, and exhibit greater responsiveness to output fluctuations. Previous studies confirmed that the incidence of temporary jobs affects employment or unemployment sensitivity to output changes. These studies can be divided into two groups. The first

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Tuberc Incidence of tuberculosis Per 100,000 people Inclusive wealth indicators

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