Edita Nemcová

Edita Nemcová
Slovak Academy of Sciences | SAV · Institute for Forecasting

PhD.

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Publications (18)
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he topic of biobanking has been anchoring in the world and Europe as well. The biobanking field today is characterised by heterogeneous entities that could be classified according to many different categories. This article aims to outline the process of the gradual embedding of the field of biobanking in the European Union (EU) from the point of vi...
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National (global) competitiveness became the central issue during the global crisis. Using the values of the three main subdimensions of the Global Competitiveness Index, we propose alternative DEA-based competitiveness indicators. In our approach, the index is nested in the more general measure of the competitiveness-given-performance indicator. W...
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There is no way to adequately evaluate the economic development of the V4 countries over recent decades without taking into account the role played in it by foreign direct investment (FDI). Albeit the exact gains obtained from FDI are difficult to measure, their benefitial developmental impact has been evidenced by both the ensuing accelerated stru...
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Abstract This research analysed decisions under risk and ambiguity on a sample of 539 students of the Bratislava University of Economics. Experiments with bets on Ellsberg paradox and familiar events generated results similar to those obtained by Fox and Tversky in 1995. New findings relate to gender differences in decisions under risk and uncerta...
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This research analysed decisions under risk and ambiguity on a sample of 539 students of the Bratislava University of Economics. Experiments with bets on Ellsberg paradox and familiar events generated results similar to those obtained by Fox and Tversky in 1995. New findings relate to gender differences in decisions under risk and uncertainty. Fema...
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Regional disparities resulting, above all, from lasting disproportional location of industrial capacities, have shaped Slovakia's development in recent years. The goal of the chapter is to map regional employment differentiation in the SR, according to high-tech and low-tech manufacturing sectors. To achieve this we worked with recent regional stat...
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Facing the globalised and increasingly competitive environment is the manufacturing sector of each economy forced to its own continual competitiveness growth. Along with intensifying competitiveness is more attention given to industrial policy measures assigned to enhance the performance of domestic firms. The raising attention to European industri...
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Since May 2004 is the Slovak Republic a member of the EU, thus the development of its industry has to be shaped by trends of these of EU To leverage the existing gap between SR and most developed EU countries the presence of a strong and competitive manufacturing sector is crucial. The main aspiration of the submitted paper, which as supported by S...
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In recent years the largest and most important manufacturing sector in Slovak Republic has been the transport equipment industry. Its share is expected to grow in next years too above all due to an expanding automotive industry as well. This industrial branch has been the engine of positive changes and has contributed to improved performance of sup...
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The main aspiration of the submitted paper is to offer a view on impact of industrial and regional differentiation on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in SR. In spite of it SMEs have entire development their regional differentiation depends not only on regional, but also on industrial policy and differentiation. One of the new possibilities how...
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In recent years a great attention is given to the regional and local development strategies. In this respect clusters have become very popular because they represent efficient structures for stimulating the competitiveness, productivity and innovation level of particular regions. This paper is divided into three parts. The first chapter presents a...
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This work which was supported by Science and Technology Assistance Agency under the contract No. APVT-51-023602 is divided into two main parts. The changing role of industry within differing models of economic growth is analysed in the first part. The attention is given above all to the so called deindustrialisation, its causes and implications. Th...
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The intention of the article which originated in the framework of the project VEGA 2/4022/97 was to give a brief overview on different forms of industrial policy and on the current competitiveness comprehension which is in a close relationship with the economy's entry into its globalization phase and analyses the development on this field within th...

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The key project goals include: (a) to analyse efficiency of institutional frameworks for specific types of growth in Slovakia; (b) to compare the institutional frameworks throughout the small and open economies in the European Union; and (c) to design an optimal mix of institutions, which is conductive to synergic effects between specific types of growth (smart, inclusive and sustainable). The project also has a specific goal: (i) to implement an in-depth analysis of institutional framework for the smart growth and (ii) to explore options for reconfiguration of the smart growth framework, as to maximise potential for the knowledge-based growth.