Vol 36 No 3 (2014)

Vol 36 No 3 (2014)

Socialiniai tyrimai
Published 2014-12-22

Front Matter

Table of Contents
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Articles

Iveta Reinholde
“Parallel reforms and double efforts”: Latvia`s experience reforming administration
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5-12
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Mariusz Wiktor Sienkiewicz
Municipal Development Strategy as an Instrument of Local Economic Development Policy
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13-25
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Yuri Krivorotko
The public procurement system in Belarus: a regional aspect
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37–49
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Laima Liukinevičienė | Evelina Kvietkienė
The Singleness of Increasing the Involvement of the Deaf into Decision-Making in Municipalities in the Republic of Lithuania
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50-66
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Inesa Voronchuk | Olga Stariņeca
Social Responsibility Initiative Implementation in the Public Sector in Latvia
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67-77
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Raminta Pučėtaitė | Aurelija Novelskaitė | Laura Markūnaitė
The effect of leadership relationships on organizational innovativeness: comparison between bureaucratic and creative organizations
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90-100
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Rita Toleikienė | Kristina Slaboševičiūtė | Lina Sapiegienė
Relations between Ethical Climate and Job Satisfaction: The Case of the Siauliai County State Tax Inspectorate
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113-122
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Lina Garšvienė | Mindaugas Butkus
Evaluation of the determinants of growing current account deficit
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123-133
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Valentina Burkšienė
Total quality management in municipalities of the Klaipeda region
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134-141
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Ruta Braziene | Ugne Zalkauskaite
Young People with Physical Disabilities at Work in Lithuania: Experiences and Attitudes
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142-152
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Artūrs Prauliņš | Valda Bratka
Ethical and Socially Responsible Behaviour of Tax Advisers: The Case of Moral Beliefs
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156-163
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