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As part of a wider research program, we analysed the theoretical framework and the recent developments of the process of internationalization (transnationalisation) of the small- and medium-sized enterprises in Spain. The paper highlights the main trends and barriers of this internationalization process. Methodology included document analyses, interviews, and the analyses of statistical databases.

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Competitive pressures of the world economy are continuously reshaping the global supply chains of manufacturing firms. At the same time, global competition is altering the nature of output offered by manufacturers, shifting it towards a higher share of service elements. The goal of this paper is to investigate how these two factors are combined, using a sample of manufacturing companies from 13 European countries belonging to the assembly industries of fabricated metal products, machinery and equipment. The results indicate that different business models became dominant in the less developed Eastern European and the developed Western European region. Involving measures of business performance and reasons for plant location, this study also argues that in terms of service offerings and supply chain position, other types of business models can coexist and successfully prevail in the two regions.

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This paper seeks to address the similarities and differences between HR practices and policies of private and public sector organisations by reporting the results of our analysis based on the CRANET database. In our paper detailed statistical analysis is made for the three geographical subsets (New Public Management Countries, Eastern Europe, and All Other Countries) of the CRANET Survey 2004–2005. In light of CRANET data we review whether public sector reforms driven by radical structural changes, privatisation of certain government functions, or adaptation of New Public Management technologies could have or could not have eliminated the most important distinguishing features of public and private sector organisations in the field of HRM.

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Sosa, A. H. (1957): Expedición a las Cumbres del Ajusco. - México Forestal , México, D. F., 29: 2. Expedición a las Cumbres del Ajusco. México Forestal, México, D. F

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://www.iqvia.com/-/media/iqvia/pdfs/institute-reports/patient-adoption-of-mhealth.pdf?la=en&hash=B3ACFA8ADDB143F29EAC0C33D533BC5D7AABD689 [accessed: July 26, 2018]. 25 Krebs P, Duncan DT. Health app use among US mobile phone owners: a national survey. JMIR Mhealth

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The niche construction perspective

Implications for evolution and human behaviour

Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Authors: Kevin N. Laland, Jeremy R. Kendal, and Gillian R. Brown

Behaviour 60 F27 F29 . R. Dawkins 1976 The Selfish Gene Oxford

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Bacillus subtilis F-29-3. J. Antibiot. 39, 888–901. 34 Vlot, A. C., Klesig, D. F. and Park, S. W. (2008): Systemic acquired resistance: the elusive signal(s). Curr. Opin. Plant

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, November 21, http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/4f29ab54-1431-11e1-85c7-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1gRCoxjhP Bordo , M. D. – Markiewicz , A. – Jonung L. ( 2011 ): A Fiscal Union for the Euro

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sport science (89 f) Henriksson and Herrey (2014) Sweden 226 high-school students (185 f) 18.0 ± ?? ORTO-15 (35) EDS (at-risk, symptomatic, asymptomatic) x 1.18 Kiss-Leizer et al. (2019) Hungary 739 with interest in sport and diet (585 f) 29.7 ± 10

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