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Volume 7 Number 3 CONTENTS

 

1.  Josef Abrhám, Igor Britchenko , Marija Jankovic, Kristina Garškaitė-Milvydienė

ENERGY SECURITY ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY EUROPE

 

2. Peter Čajka, Barbora Olejárová, Andrea Čajková

MIGRATION AS A FACTOR OF GERMANY`S SECURITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

 

3. Jozef Kuril

PROTECTION OF THE STATE AND SOCIETY: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND PUBLIC (STATE) SERVICE

 

4. Aleksandrs Matvejevs

EFFECTIVE CRIME CONTROL AS GUARANTOR OF PUBLIC SECURITY

 

5. Alina Ohotina, Olga Lavrinenko, Svetlana Ignatjeva, Jeļena Lonska

SOCIO-ECONOMIC SECURITY AS A DETERMINANT OF REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE INVESTMENT CLIMATE IN THE REGION

 

6. Birutė Pranevičienė, Violeta Vasiliauskienė

SECURITY IN CRISIS SITUATIONS: THE PROBLEMS OF THE LIMITS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS

 

7. Beata Ślusarczyk, Sebastian Kot

SOLUTION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: PROVISIONS LIMITING THE CONSUMPTION OF DISPOSABLE PLASTIC CARRIER BAGS IN POLAND

 

8. Edmunds Čižo, Svetlana Ignatjeva, Olga Lavrinenko

ASSESSMENT OF CONVERGENCE PROCESSES OF FINANCIAL DEPTH INDICATORS IN STATES WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

 

9.  József Popp, Sebastian Kot, Zoltán Lakner, Judit Oláh

BIOFUEL USE: PECULIARITIES AND IMPLICATIONS

 

10. Mariya Shayahmetovna Suleimenova, Таlgat Kuralbekovich Kulazhanov, Saule Ospandiyarovna Akhmetova, Zhumanali Erkinbekovich Daribayev, Zhanar Yspanovna Moldagazyyeva

FOOD SECURITY AND ECOLOGICAL SAFETY OF MEGALOPOLIS: A CASE STUDY ANALYSIS

 

11. Andrii V.Skrypnyk, Vadim A. Tkachuk, Volodimir M. Andruschenko, Eduard Bukin

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FACETS: FARMLAND MARKET DEMAND ESTIMATION

 

12. Elena A. Timofeeva

TOWARDS ENHANCED SAFETY: GOOD PRACTICES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR PENAL SYSTEM

 

13. Karel Slinták, Petr Briš, Zuzana Jurigová

INNOVATIVE COMPANY: A STORY OF LINET

 

14. Angie Fernández, Alain Hernández, Marco Hernández, Oscar Chicaiza

SAVINGS AND CREDIT COOPERATIVES IN PICHINCHA, ECUADOR: IS THIS A SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL MANAGEMENT CASE?