Scientific Papers of Silesian University of Technology – Organization and Management Series – Issue No. 140

Scientific Papers of Silesian University of Technology – Organization and Management Series – Issue No. 140

Table of Contents

1. Alexander AMOSHA, Viacheslav LІASHENKO, Iryna PIDORYCHEVA– Inter-regional and cross-border spaces in the context of smart specialization

2. Michał BOCZEK – The state of law or the law of the state?

3. Małgorzata BURCHARD-DZIUBIŃSKA, Igor DZIUBIŃSKI – Use of economic incentives in development of circular economy in municipal waste management

4. Helena ČIERNA – Evaluation of mechanisms of ethical credibility in selected subjects in Slovakia

5. Piotr WERYŃSKI, Dorota DOLIŃSKA-WERYŃSKA – Innovation as a remedy to group ressentiments inside an organization. Report from focus group interview

6. Igor DZIUBIŃSKI – Determinants of consumer inclusion into circular economy. Case study of city of Lodz

7. Dorota FRAŃCZAK, Ewelina LECH – Juridical and social aspects of the legalization of cannabis for medical use

8. Wioleta GAŁAT – Behavior on the labor market in Poland in analysis of behavioral economy

9. Anna HORZELA – The cluster as a socially responsible entity

10. Agnieszka JANIK, Adam RYSZKO, Marek SZAFRANIEC – Smart and sustainable cities: in search of comprehensive theoretical framework

11. Sylwia JAROSŁAWSKA-SOBÓR – Megatrends – challenges and threats for the contemporary labour market

12. Izabela JONEK-KOWALSKA – Identification of budgetary sources of risk in Polish smart cities. Practical approach

13. Marcin KLIMSKI – Donor-recipient in the human-nature relationship. Educational aspect

14. Bartłomiej KNOSALA – A question about a new narrative in the context of the concept of axial periods. The thought of Raimon Panikkar in the interpretation of Evertt Cousins

15. Alla LOBANOVA, Valeryj KARYTKA – Environmental responsibility as a factor in sustainable development of industrial resources (based on the example of Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine)

16. Izabela MARSZAŁEK-KOTZUR – Tischnerian land husbandry. Ethical aspects of management of the environment

17. Aneta MICHALAK – Innovativeness as a system of mutually related resources and activities of the enterprise

18. Anna MUSIOŁ – Principles of comprehensive self-renewal by Stephen R. Covey in the perspective of ancient greek παιδεία and the ideal of καλοκάγαθία

19. Małgorzata NADZIAKIEWICZ – New technologies and quality in healthcare

20. Marek NIEZABITOWSKI – MEAP as a method of assessing institutions for elderly people

21. Józef OBER, Piotr SAKIEWICZ, Ewa ŻYŁAJTYS – Students on the temporary labour market – pilot study

22. Zbigniew ORBIK – Human rights in the light of the concepts of natural law

23. Łukasz RĄB – Contemporary faces of capitalism: from homo oeconomicus to homo ecologicus

24. Karolina RĄB-KETTLER – Millenial organizations

25. Mykola ROHOZA, Oleksandra KUZMENKO, Volodymyr ROHOZA – The model of the sustainable development of the community

26. Lukáš SIEGEL – Technology and disability. The enrichment of human rights

27. Barbara SKOCZYŃSKA-PROKOPOWICZ – Implementing smart city programmes, and how the rules are perceived by the population, using the city of Rzeszów as the model

28. Brygida SMOŁKA-FRANKE – Metropolitan peripheries or the issue of revitalisation of cities

29. Agnieszka SOBOL – Quality of life in theory and practice of sustainable development

30. Nina STĘPNICKA – The theory of the houeshold production by Hazel Kyrk and its contemporary importance for the economy of the 21st century, including the financial security of the state

31. Volodymyr TKACHENKO, Iryna TKACHENKO, Maryna KLYMCHUK – Forecasting analytic model of construction energy cluster development in Ukraine

32. Oleksandr VYSHNEVSKYI, Viacheslav LIASHENKO, Oleksandr AMOSHA – The impact of Industry 4.0 and AI on economic growth

33. Radosław WOLNIAK – Internet usage in the recruitment and selection of employees

34. Mariusz ZIELIŃSKI – Financial results of socially responsible companies listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange

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