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New perspectives of the regional development of old industrial areas
Lučka Lorber, 2010, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: The process of brownfield revitalisation still poses a challenge in the SEE area. It is delayed and hindered because of legal, financial, environmental and image problems. These areas of old industrial cities represent an underexplored economic value, are areas for investment and could be motors for job creation. In our paper we would like to present the main goals of the revitalisation process. The main long-term goal is to develop an internationally competitive business location that will be able to attract new businesses dealings in higher value added environmentally friendly production and knowledge based services, aiming thus at faster and stable economic development of the region.
Keywords: economic geography, industrial zones, revitalisation, old industrial zones, projects, added value, brownfields
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1215; Downloads: 21
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PRILAGODITVE V POSLOVANJU TRGOVINE NA DROBNO PO UVEDBI MEDORGANIZACIJSKEGA POSLOVANJA
Pavel Grahonja, 2016, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: B2B poslovanje v maloprodaji blaga široke potrošnje je v Sloveniji prisotno že več kot 15 let in v tem času se je izoblikovala praksa, ki je z uporabo standardov EDIFACT in EANCOM sledila svetovnim primerom dobre prakse v panogi. Trgovska podjetja so na eni strani prepoznala prednosti, ki jih prinaša B2B poslovanje in na drugi strani tudi slabosti in pasti, ki jih skriva. Raznolikost standardov, ki jih uporabljajo organizacije za B2B poslovanje, je narekovala uporabo VAN omrežij posrednikov, saj B2B poslovanje pod lastnim okriljem zaradi tehnološke, organizacijske in varnostne zahtevnosti terja visoka vlaganja v IT infrastrukturo in specialna znanja za njeno upravljanje. Prehod v uporabo B2B tehnologij ne pomeni samo nabave potrebnih programskih orodij in začetek njihove uporabe, temveč zahteva od organizacije tudi prilagoditve v njeni obstoječi organiziranosti, spremembo poslovnih procesov in delovnih postopkov ter usposobitev potrebnih kadrov. V nalogi smo s statistično analizo prometnih podatkov B2B poslovanja treh izbranih trgovcev raziskali njihovo poslovno prakso, organizacijske prilagoditve, ki so bile za to potrebne in osvetlili zahteve, ki jih morajo izpolnjevati njihovi dobavitelji. Dobavitelji trgovskih podjetij se med seboj razlikujejo po različnih kriterijih - od velikosti, lastnostih prodajnega sortimana in kompetenc, do finančnih in prilagoditvenih zmožnosti, ki jih imajo, zato je tudi trgovcem v interesu, da jim je B2B poslovanje dostopno, kar pa je naloga, ki jo morajo izpolniti posredniki elektronskega poslovanja.
Keywords: EDI - Eletronic Data Interchange, B2B – Buisness to buisness, EDIFACT standard, GS1/EANCOM standard, VAN – omrežje z dodano vrednostjo (Value-added network), B2B organizacijska pravila.
Published: 28.07.2016; Views: 331; Downloads: 42
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Influence of added fat on the quality of poultry meat
Vladimir Strelec, Marko Volk, Ciril Varga, 2000, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: In testing conditions six groups of broiler chickens were tested for the effect of feed addition Bergafat and standardised fats added in the feed in the quantity of 3,9% in starter, 8,5% in grower, 8,6% in finisher, and 9,3% in endfinisher. Among testing groups no differences in the achieved productionresults were stated. The organoleptic evaluation of meat however showed considerable differences in the intensity of aroma, smell and taste.
Keywords: meat, chickens meat, organoleptic evaluation of meat, poultry fat, added fat
Published: 20.07.2017; Views: 206; Downloads: 45
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Audits as a vaccine or just aspirin?
Timotej Jagrič, Tomaž Lešnik, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper examines the impact of audits on voluntary tax compliance in the area of value added tax in Slovenia. The analyses argues that audited taxpayers with additional tax assessments as the result of an audit display a higher level of tax compliance within the year of the audit as within the year before audit, while audited taxpayers with no irregularities on the basis of an audit do not change their behavior significantly within the same period. However, regarding the longterm effect, the results reveal the possibility of worsening tax compliance with respect to audits where an additional tax assessment was imposed and where no irregularities were discovered during an audit.
Keywords: audits, value added tax, voluntary tax compliance
Published: 03.05.2018; Views: 273; Downloads: 131
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Employees: invisible added value of a company
Magda Zupančič, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: In developed economies, where the work input exceeds the physical input, the lack of harmonised and standardised rules of human capital assessment is visible. The mentioned indicates the deficit of an important part of the comprehensive value-added assessment. What do we lose by ignoring the important part of the employee’s value added in the working process? Companies underestimate the employee’s human capital input. Consequently, society typically does not recognize invisible sources of value added in companies. The goals of this article are to highlight the missing human capital (HC) element at the company level assessment and to raise the awareness about its importance. By analysing existing methods of coping with the mentioned challenge, no harmonised solution is evident. By the increasing share of the service sector, emphasis on the HC element should be monitored more closely. The article focuses on the missing and invisible human capital elements in the framework of the value added; it offers suggestions for inclusion of the human capital factor in the process of company’s value added assessment as well as reflections on further steps in this direction.
Keywords: employee, value added, human capital, assessment
Published: 10.10.2018; Views: 290; Downloads: 135
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