Sanja Tišma

Sanja Tišma
Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) · Department for Environmental Protection and Regional Developoment

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The book “Economic Sustainability of Culture and Cultural Tourism” focuses on the economic sustainability of cultural and cultural tourism projects. It consists of eleven chapters, which address cultural heritage, culture, cultural/creative industries and(cultural) tourism. Analysis in the cultural heritage-related chapters deals with specific topi...
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This paper provides an overview of methods for assessing social impacts, their achievements, and possibilities of application in everyday practice for assessing the worth of investments in cultural heritage conservation, as well as its sustainable use. It gives an overview of available methods for social assessment and points to a set of interdisci...
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Considering that more than half of the world’s population today lives in cities and consumes about 80% of the world’s energy and that there is a problem with drinking water supply, this paper presents a way to solve the problem of the sustainability of cities by enabling their complete independence from external sources of energy and drinking water...
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Entrepreneurs are constantly looking for new models to address growing global challenges in a sustainable manner. Over the past several decades, those challenges have been identified and responded to through the development of social entrepreneurship. There is a number of research dealing with the theoretical concepts of those topics; however, the...
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Obrazovanje u području zaštite okoliša, održivosti i inženjerstva okoliša predstavlja izazov za svako visoko školosku instituciju. Razlog tome leži u činjenici da se u 21. stoljeću kvalitetni obrazovni program trebaju usmjeravati na rješavanje problema u okolišu budući su oni stvarni i nisu više nešto što će se kao scenarij događati u budućnosti. U...
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Cultural heritage has, for a long time, been considered a source of wealth and well-being for economies. Currently, considerable investments have been allocated for its renewal and maintenance that often surpass the budgets of owners, local communities, and other interested users. Cultural heritage valorisation is expensive and is a great economic...
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Priručnik objašnjava koncept dobrog upravljanja te nudi savjete za njegovu primjenu u upravljanju kulturnom baštinom.
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A manual explaining the concept of participatory governance and offering practical steps on its use in cultural heritage management.
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In order to improve the management of cohesion policy funds of the European Union (EU) in Croatia, an obligation has been introduced to carry out an independent evaluation procedure for the preparation and implementation of planning documents of this policy. The intention is to monitor its implementation and improve its quality, thus ensuring the g...
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Citation: Funduk, M.; Tutman, P.; Farkaš, A.; Tišma, S.; Boromisa, A.-M. Marine Litter in Croatian Adriatic: Sources, Quantities and Stakeholders Perspectives. Sustainability 2021, 13, 4691. https://doi.
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Internship is an integral part of a professional course at higher education institutions, which is directed to a practical test of acquired theoretical knowledge. The term of internship also refers to the acquisition of knowledge and skills through work-based learning where the role of work- based learning is twofold. On the one hand, it enables st...
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The knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of the high school students on Croatia’s European Union (EU) accession event were omitted in numerous public opinion polls conducted since the 2013 accession. Therefore, the paper shows key benefits of Croatia’s EU accession and the recent attitudes of high school students about the meaning of this event for...
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The importance of protected areas rich in forest ecosystems rapidly grows. Forests in parks become recreation centres for cities near protected areas having strong health function. Thus, also Medvednica Nature Park near Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is frequently used as lungs of the city. The research presented in this article aims to valorise t...
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The article explains the meaning and the role of cultural heritage management plans. It points out to the importance of heritage management plans evaluation and different types of evaluation methods. The usual types of evaluation of plans/programmes involves ex-ante, mid-term and ex-post evaluation. The article examines the appropriateness of ex-an...
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The paper is focused on the results of the first conducted sectoral interim evaluation in Croatia, that of the Croatian Tourism Development Strategy till 2020. The authors reflect on the methodology used, the applied approach, the objectives and scope of the recently implemented interim evaluation of the mentioned Strategy. They comment on the purp...
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The analysis deals with financial modalities of research institutions (universities and research institutes), and their revenue management modalities with a focus on the autonomy, depending on its financial sources.
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Cross-border areas and cross-border cooperation are one of the priorities of the EU policy. Those areas, often rich in recreational, cultural and natural resources provide a great potential for the development of sustainable tourism. The article analyzes the tourism in the Croatian-Hungarian (HR-HU) cross-border area under the assumption that diffe...
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Over the past few decades public-private partnership or PPP has become a new way for delivering and financing public sector projects. It may involve investment in fully economic infrastructure such as highways, railways, airports, seaports, etc. up to the investments in social infrastructure projects, such as schools, hospitals, museums and other s...
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Public-private partnership in heritage revitalisation - required steps to follow in order to form a partnership
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Agriculture plays an important role in national economy and development of Croatia. Bearing in mind that the long-term development of the country is directed towards sustainable development, environmental protection, utilization of natural resources and effective management, we can conclude that in agriculture, and in all segments of economy, it is...
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The paper focuses on the experience in development of entrepreneurial learning (EL) policy in South and East Europe (SEE), as a result of activities implemented by the South East European Center for Entrepreneurial Learning (SEECEL) in Croatia. It aims to explore whether the EL concept, as promoted and developed by SEECEL, can also contribute to de...
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The aim of this article is to predict development trends based on social innovations. It introduces the concept of social innovations explaining the reasons of social changes marking transmodernity. By analyzing European Union policies in the field, it provides grounds for practical implementation of social innovation projects. The results of the m...
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A 'green economy' must be built on 'green jobs' - the kind of employment that is low carbon, intended to reduce energy use and expected to restore environmental quality. But attempts to define exactly what a 'green job' is have led to varied and often contradictory answers. There are many unresolved questions including whether we consider jobs in t...
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Assuming that community-based ecotourism as a form of alternative tourism must embrace individual initiatives within the community, this study compares ecotourism initiatives in rural communities of Serbia and Croatia. The aim of this paper is to analyze these initiatives and develop a model of responsible community-based ecotourism, which is posib...
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In the area of civil security, there is no unique European civil security system and it is primary responsibility of each EU member state itself to ensure proper protection and rescue of their own citizens. As result there are significant variations among the national civil security systems within the EU. Nevertheless, on the basis of solidarity pr...
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In this research we try to answer the question of how and to what extent commercial diplomacy could help the Croatian economy to be more competitive in the global market, as well as to contribute to the understanding of the role and the importance of modern commercial diplomacy for the economy and the development of the Republic of Croatia. In the...
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This book focuses on environmental financing in the process of alignment with the EU.
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The paper looks at the impact the European Union accession and recent regional policy changes have on the possibilities of regional and local actors to influence development of their regions. The integration process inevitably brings new opportunities and challenges at local and regional levels. While increased funding for development projects is t...
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This article reflects upon some Croatian industrial and R&D conditions with the aim of providing an answer to the hypothetical question, what the possible role of the National science and technology (S&T) potential could be within the existing embryos or clusters to be developed in the forthcoming period. Particular attention is given to the nat...
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Background and Purpose: The use of natural substrates (zeolites) is based on their physico-chemical properties as ion-exchangers and fertilizer adsorbers which they slowly release supplying the plant with nutrients. Their use can, to some extent, reduce the utilization of mineral fertilizers and replace calcification, improving in this way the soil...
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. The paper proposes a new methodological framework for investigating consistency in loan assessment decisions and determinants of loan approval based on structural equation modelling and covariance structure analysis. We focus on a governmental SME loan programme in Croatia and investigate possible reasons for low loan approval rate that occurred...
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The authors have analyzed general and/or branch and basic strategic industrial developmental features in the Republic of Croatia, and with this made efforts to enable the increase of comprehension of the sustainable development dynamics of the Adriatic coastal region, through three key developmental challenges: conservation of the natural scenery a...
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The authors have analyzed general and/or branch and basic strategic industrial developmental features in the Republic of Croatia, and with this made efforts to enable the increase of comprehension of the sustainable development dynamics of the Adriatic coastal region, through three key developmental challenges: conservation of the natural scenery a...
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Background and Purpose: The unique physical and chemical properties of natural zeolites make them suitable for use in agriculture (4, 5). The technologies based on zeolites include slow releasing fertilizers (zeopones) as soil conditioners. To summarize the hitherto known useful characteristics of natural zeolites with dominant clinoptilolite conte...
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Here is a brief survey on environmental circumstances and the development in the field of energy industry in Croatia during the last few years. Indicators of the total energy consumption, energy intensity and efficiency, the rate of the population using sewage system and the cost of monitoring pollution as the percentage of the GDP have been analyz...
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Here is a brief survey on environmental circumstances and the development in the field of energy industry in Croatia during the last few years. Indicators of the total energy consumption, energy intensity and efficiency, the rate of the population using sewage system and the cost of monitoring pollution as the percentage of the GDP have been analyz...
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In this paper we start from the assumption that the value of forests will depend increasingly on their generally useful functions and that there is a need to investigate possibilities of their quantitative evaluation. The value of wood and wood products depends on the laws of supply and demand, whereas the services concerning the generally useful f...
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Ecological approach has become important in all walks of life, so that ecological issues have come into the focus of marketing interests with an increasing tendency in years to come. In spite of the huge public interest for ecological marketing, also called green or environmental marketing in various publications, very few studies have been carried...
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Transitional macroeconomic time series data are short and generated by DGPs likely to be variant over time with a known "beginning of time". Several assumption needed for standard econometric inference are thus violated. It is shown that problems caused by data properties cannot be solved by imposing distributional assumptions. Subsequently, quarte...

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The ForHeritage project promotes integrated heritage management engaging communities, mobilising funding and developing capacities for enhanced protection and management of cultural heritage assets in central Europe.
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The project aim is to develop a platform, which provides the users across the Danube macro-region with information, thus presenting an integrated touristic offer and a more diverse destination for visitors. The BorderPass platform shall facilitate an effective information flow and help overcome barriers to low accessibility, deficient advertising, and language differences. It will give the necessary incentives to the visitors to pass the border and explore more of the cultural and natural heritage of the Danube macro-region.