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Liberalisation of European aviation : analysis and modelling of the airline behaviour
Milan Janić, 1997, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: This paper deals with the analysis and modelling of behaviour of the Western European airlines during the first phase of the gradual liberalisation of the EU (European Union) aviation market. The framework for monitoring this behaviour and appropriate methodology for registering significant changes in the airline industry, specific airlines, and the aviation market itself has been developed. Three classes of empirical models have been estimated: airline growth and financial performances, airline mergings and alliances by holding of equity stakes in partners, and airline relationships (cooperation and/or competition) on the EU air route network consisting of five sub-models. The EU airline sub-models are: market share, market concentration, air travel demand, quality of services, and pricing policy. The least-square regression technique has been applied over the cross-sectional data for making the empirical estimates.
Ključne besede: European aviation, liberalisation of the aviation market, Wester European airlines, externalities
Objavljeno: 05.06.2012; Ogledov: 678; Prenosov: 52
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Slovenian economy on the way from independence to catching up average economic development of EU-27
Lučka Lorber, 2008, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: During the EU accession process, an intensive process of economic restructuring was taking place in Slovenia that was intended to secure Slovenia's incorporation into the common European market. At the time of adapting the legal and economic order to European standards, everyone was aware of the fact that successful EU spatial integration depends on the achieved economic power that is comparable to the average EU-27 economic growth. Slovenia's economic structure, determined by the GDP structure, is slowly approaching the structure of developed economies with the importance of agriculture and manufacture decreasing, and the importance of services increasing. However, financial and busines services, and technologically demanding sectors are growing too slowly. Structural changes of the Slovene economy have an affect on transformation of geographical space and create a new social-economic gravitational region. Functional and structural economic changes that resulted from social and political changes following Slovenia's newly-gained independence and its transition to market economy have changed the role of Slovenia in the common European economic market. Slovenia is to be found on a key development crossing, moving from an industrial to post industrial society. Slovenia's basic development goal is to exceed the average economic development of the enlarged EU by 2015 to be able to secure and improve social security, faster development in all its regions, and improve the environment. In other words strive for a better quality of life and overall human development.
Ključne besede: geography, economic geography, unified European market, Lisbon strategy, structural indicators, transition countries, Europe, competitiveness
Objavljeno: 21.12.2015; Ogledov: 374; Prenosov: 30
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