European Journal of Service Management

Previously: Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego. Service Management

ISSN: 2450-8535     eISSN: 2451-2729    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/ejsm
CC BY-SA   Open Access 

Issue archive / Vol. 27/2, 3/2018

Year of publication: 2018
# Title Page range Authors Actions
1.

Varied methods of protection of travellers under European law

7 (9-15) Dorota Ambrożuk More
2.

Managing talented employees

10 (17-26) Robert Balcerzak, Dorota Balcerzak More
3.

Influence of the kurtosis value on the result of goodness of fit test for the daily rate of return on selected WIG20 and WIG30 companies

10 (27-36) Kamila Bednarz-Okrzyńska More
4.

International insolvency proceedings – desired directions of change and implementation

6 (37-42) Marek Białkowski More
5.

Psychical distance in the internationalisation process of micro and small enterprises

6 (43-48) Magdalena Brojakowska-Trząska More
6.

European Investment Bank as a supporter of European PPPs

8 (49-56) Krystyna Brzozowska More
7.

School development management

7 (57-63) Katarzyna Brzychcy More
8.

The security of personal data protection in the Polish information society – selected aspects

7 (65-71) Agnieszka Budziewicz-Guźlecka More
9.

The role of Integrated Territorial Investments in supporting the competitiveness of enterprises by the example of Bialystok Functional Area

6 (73-78) Anna Busłowska, Kamil Waligóra More
10.

Measuring the effectiveness of influencers’ activities

5 (79-83) Urszula Chrąchol-Barczyk More
11.

Effectiveness of investments in municipal waste management in Poland in the context of goals of the circular economy

10 (85-94) Agnieszka Ciechelska More
12.

Impact of Regional Operational Program for Wielkopolskie Voivodeship 2007–2013 on innovation of micro, small and medium enterprises in Wielkopolska region

9 (95-103) Maciej Cieślukowski More
13.

Sustainable development of provinces in Poland in the years 2005–2016

9 (105-113) Rafał Czyżycki More
14.

Services provided by the National Archives in Paris (Pierreffite-sur-Seine) and the demands of XXI century

8 (115-122) Paulina Dąbrosz-Drewnowska More
15.

Smart logistics in the evolution of the logistics

11 (123-133) Izabela Dembińska More
16.

The university and the external environment – towards a collaborative system of resources exchange

7 (135-141) Wojciech Downar More
17.

Passenger transport as a part of the Szczecin Metropolitan Railway Project – problems with reactivation the connection Szczecin–Police

6 (143-148) Arkadiusz Drewnowski More
18.

Marketing logistics management in e-retail – the essence and selected practical aspects

7 (149-155) Joanna Drobiazgiewicz More
19.

Changes to the business breakdown structure of the railway sector in the European Union in the period 1991–2016

10 (157-166) Juliusz Engelhardt More
20.

Diffusion of innovation as a consequence of utilization of EU funds by companies

7 (167-173) Zofia Gródek-Szostak, Jadwiga Adamczyk, Danuta Kajrunajtys More
21.

Activities of local government at stimulating innovativeness in the learning region – study of Lesser Poland voivodeship

7 (175-181) Zofia Gródek-Szostak, Danuta Kajrunajtys, Gabriela Malik, Anna Szeląg-Sikora More
22.

Ethical codes and their importance in the modern management processes

6 (183-188) Marcin Janowski More
23.

Evaluation of the National Cohesion Strategy. What can we learn from evaluation recommendations?

7 (189-195) Krzysztof Kasianiuk, Robert Sobiech More
24.

Examples of development of electromobility in public transport in Poland

7 (197-203) Zuzanna Kłos-Adamkiewicz More
25.

The challenges of facultative accounting system in the state forests

7 (205-211) Konrad Kochański More
26.

Sprout of e-enterprises stimulated by public support

8 (213-220) Łukasz Konopielko, Jacek Wytrębowicz More
27.

Financing lower-secondary schools from the European Union Funds and the school education system reform in Poland

8 (221-228) Iwona Kowalska More
28.

Transport as a public good

7 (229-235) Tomasz Kwarciński More
29.

Artificial neural network for optimization of the dynamic linear model of production

7 (237-243) Anna Landowska More
30.

Zero rating: A Case for Net Neutrality

7 (245-251) Piotr Ładny More
31.

Academic entrepreneurship – the role of academic business incubators in Poland

9 (253-261) Magdalena Ławicka More
32.

European Union funds in IT deployment for the Polish tax administration

7 (263-269) Edyta Małecka-Ziembińska More
33.

European funds and air services market in Poland

9 (271-279) Anna Katarzyna Mazurek-Kusiak More
34.

Economic aspects of financing the tourism investments from the European Regional Development Fund in Lublin city district

8 (281-288) Anna Katarzyna Mazurek-Kusiak, Bogusław Sawicki More
35.

Use of the participatory budget in the process of creating urban recreational space (on the example of Szczecin)

9 (289-297) Beata Meyer More
36.

The importance of logistics services for the economical efficiency in the garment industry

7 (299-305) Dariusz Milewski, Beata Milewska More
37.

The European Union funds in the implementation of the concept of sustainable development in the context of financing projects related to the re- use of Europe’s cultural heritage

7 (307-313) Zdzisława Elżbieta Niemczewska More
38.

Communication With Clients Using Electronic Mail – Analysis of the Expectations of Various Market Segments

7 (315-321) Izabela Ostrowska More
39.

General Inspector of Financial Information as an anti-money laundering body

8 (323-330) Dariusz Pauch More
40.

Diversification of the global green bond market

7 (331-337) Maciej Pawłowski More
41.

Logistics as a tool to improve the competitiveness of DHL services

8 (339-346) Józef Perenc More
42.

Repayable financial instruments in the European Union – the range of effect and efficacy

8 (347-354) Przemysław Pluskota More
43.

Determinants for improving the financial situation of small and medium-sized companies – in the opinion of entrepreneurs

8 (355-362) Małgorzata Porada-Rochoń, Justyna Franc-Dąbrowska More
44.

The concept and assessment of the implementation of an integrated rail ticket on the passenger transport market

8 (363-370) Grażyna Rosa More
45.

The role of capital structure in the U.S. enterprises – the case of Californian small businesses

8 (371-378) Robert Rumiński More
46.

Children’s economic education – are we educate e-leaders?

10 (379-388) Małgorzata Skweres-Kuchta More
47.

Facilitated workshops and the Focus Group as a way to gain opinions and formatting a new product with the Z generation

6 (389-394) Kamila Słupińska More
48.

Comparison of risk identification and assessment methods in projects

7 (395-401) Hanna Soroka-Potrzebna More
49.

The scope of project management in service companies

5 (403-407) Monika Spychalska-Wojtkiewicz More
50.

Business Intelligence systems in SMEs

5 (409-413) Adam Stecyk More
51.

European Union Funds in the development of European Groupings of Territorial Cooperation (EGTCs) in Europe

10 (415-424) Tomasz Studzieniecki, Tomasz Mazurek More
52.

Cross-border collaboration for innovation in tourism: The case of oceanographic museums

8 (425-432) Jakub Swacha, Susanne Marx, Karolina Muszyńska, Grażyna Niedoszytko, Weronika Podlesińska, Jurgita Eglinskiene More
53.

The Lubelskie region as a beneficiary of the EU cohesion policy funds – experiences and prospects

11 (433-443) Joanna Szafran More
54.

Characteristic and typology of crowd motivators to crowsourcing platform contribution

7 (445-451) Anna Szwajlik More
55.

Determinants of the success of the project „Implementation of CSR strategy” implemented in a microenterprise – case study

7 (453-459) Rafał Szymański More
56.

The pattern of due diligence of the entrepreneur providing the property protection service which is the subject of compulsory protection

6 (461-466) Iwona Szymczak More
57.

Financial literacy as a factor of cashless payments development. Results of survey

7 (467-473) Beata Świecka More
58.

Incentive risk in service companies. Theoretical approach

8 (475-482) Anna Tokarz-Kocik More
59.

Authority–citizen relation in the aspect of the development of e-administration

6 (483-488) Agnieszka Agata Tomaszewicz More
60.

Capacity of the tourism and the role of creative industries – perception of visitors, barriers and motivation

10 (489-498) Monika Tomczyk More
61.

Boosting innovative Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Regions for young entrepreneurs – regional perspective of entrepreneurship

6 (499-504) Monika Tomczyk, Monika Spychalska-Wojtkiewicz More
62.

Polish enterprises as beneficiaries of EU funds from 2007 onwards – an analysis including sectorial and regional differentiation

8 (505-512) Tomasz Paweł Tyc More
63.

Balanced Scorecard as a tool for application of EU assistance into innovative development of tourist companies

8 (513-520) Beata Wierzbicka, Jędrzej Strumiłło More
64.

Analysis of investment state support for the electric vehicles sector

10 (521-530) Mateusz Wiślański, Wojciech Drożdż More
65.

Absorption of the EU funds in the context of institutional efficiency of local governments in Poland

7 (531-537) Magdalena Wojarska, Renata Marks-Bielska More
66.

Non-financial reporting standards and evaluation of their use illustrated with example of Polish listed companies

7 (539-545) Magdalena Wójcik-Jurkiewicz, Beata Sadowska More