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Journal of Contemporary Management Issues (print ISSN 1331-0194; e-ISSN 1846-3363)


Electronic version of the Journal, published by
Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism, Split, Croatia
e-ISSN 1846-3363

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Editorial board - Aims and scope - In memory of our late Editor-in-Chief

Instructions for authors - Instructions for reviewers

Ethical and plagiarism guidelines adopted by the Journal

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Appreciation to reviewers in 2020

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Content from old issues in Microsoft Word format (until 2008): Vol. 3, No. 2 (1998); Vol. 4, No. 1-2 (1999); Vol. 5, No. 1 (2000); Vol. 5, No. 2 (2000); Vol. 6, No. 1-2 (2001)Vol. 7, No. 1 (2002); Vol. 7, No. 2 (2002); Vol.8, No. 1 (2003); Vol. 8, No. 2 (2003); Vol. 9, No. 1 (2004); Vol. 9, No. 2 (2004)Vol. 10, No. 1 (2005); Vol. 10, No. 2 (2005); Vol. 11, No. 1 (2006); Vol. 11, No. 2 (2006); Vol. 12, No. 1 (2007); Vol. 12, No. 2 (2007)

Content from old issues in Adobe PDF format (since 2008): Vol 13, No. 1 (2008); Vol. 13, No. 2 (2008); Vol. 14, No. 1 (2009); Vol. 14, No. 2 (2009); Vol. 15, No. 1 (2010) - Special issue on Business IntelligenceVol. 15, No. 2 (2010); Vol. 16, No. 1 (2011); Vol. 16, No. 2 (2011); Vol. 17, No. 1 (2012); Vol. 17, No. 2 (2012); Vol. 18, No. 1 (2013); Vol. 18, No. 2 (2014); Vol. 19, No. 1 (2015); Vol. 19, No. 2 (2015); Vol. 20, No. 1 (2016); Vol. 20, No. 2 (2015); Vol. 20 - Special Issue: The Life and Work of Professor Emeritus Marin Buble; Vol. 21, No. 1 (2016); Vol. 21, No. 2 (2016); Vol. 21, Special Issue - Selected papers from the 11th International Conference Challenges of Europe


Address of the Editorial office:

University of Split, Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism
c/o Nikša Alfirević - Editor
Cvite Fiskovica 5, 21000 Split, Croatia,
T: +385 21 430 601, +385 21 430 657,
F: +385 21 430 701
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As of 2018, Editorial board of the journal consists of the following researchers:

1. Željana Aljinović Barač, Sveučilište u Splitu (HR)
2. Maja Arslanagić, Univerzitet u Sarajevu (BA)
3. Jovo Ateljević, Univerzitet u Banjoj Luci (BA)
4. Fawaz Baddar, IESEG Ecole de commerce (FR)
5. Danica Bakotić, Sveučilište u Splitu (HR)
6. Biljana Crnjak Karanović, Sveučilište u Splitu (HR)
7. Tomaž Čater, Univerza v Ljubljani (SI)
8. Maja Čukušić, Sveučilište u Splitu (HR)
9. Matilda Dorotić, BI Handelshoyskolen (NO)
10. Milena Dragičević Šešić, Univerzitet umetnosti (RS)
11. Veselin Drašković, Univerzitet Crne Gore (CG)
12. Jozef Dziechciarz, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu (PL)
13. Renata Franc, Institut Ivo Pilar (HR)
14. Robert M. Grant, Universita' Bocconi (IT)
15. Philipp Hallinger, Mahidol University (TH)
16. Alma Harris, University of Bath (UK)
17. Iraj Hashi, Staffordshire University (UK)
18. Tomislav Hernaus, Sveučilište u Zagrebu (HR)
19. Michael Hughes, University of Aberdeen (UK)
20. Marija Kaštelan Mrak, Sveučilište u Rijeci (HR)
21. Thomas Lange, Middlesex University (UK)
22. Josef Langer, Alpen Adria Universitat Klagenfurt (AT)
23. Branka Marasović, Sveučilište u Splitu (HR)
24. Brano Markić, Ekonomski fakultet Sveučilišta u Mostaru (BA)
25. Dario Miočević, Sveučilište u Splitu (HR)
26. Robert E. Morgan, Cardiff University (UK)
27. Dennis P. Nickson, University of Strathclyde (UK)
28. Vedran Omanović, Göteborgs Universitet (SE)
29. Jurica Pavičić, Sveučilište u Zagrebu (HR)
30. Primož Pevcin, Univerza v Ljuljani (SI)
31. Sanja Pfeifer, Sveučilište u Osijeku (HR)
32. Vojko Potočan, Univerza v Mariboru (SI)
33. Dražen Prelec, MIT (US)
34. Paulette Robic, Universite de Nantes (FR)
35. Isabel Rodriguez, University of Surrey (UK)
36. Amit Sharma, Penn State University (US)
37. Slavica Singer, Sveučilište u Osijeku (HR)
38. Ewa Stańczyk-Hugiet, Wrocław University of Economics (PL)
39. Nebojša Stojčić, Sveučilište u Dubrovniku (HR)
40. Miha Škerlavaj, BI Handelshoyskolen (NO)
41. Vlatka Škokić, Sveučilište u Splitu (HR)
42. Milica Uvalic, Universita degli Studi di Peruggia (IT)
43. Ivona Vrdoljak Raguž, Sveučilište u Dubrovniku (HR)
44. Srđan Zdravković, Bryant University (US)
45. Nada Zupan, Univerza v Ljubljani (SI)
46. Lajoš Žager, Sveučilište u Zagrebu (HR)

This Journal is published in two issues a year.

Publishing of the Journal is generously supported by financial assistance from University of Split

We do NOT charge any author fees and strictly apply the double-blind peer review process.

Last (regular) issue of the Journal (Vol. 25, No. 2)
has been published online in December 2020
Next issue of the Journal (Vol. 26, Vol. 1)
will be published online in June 2021


Management – Journal of Contemporary Management Issues is an international academic journal, with the primary aim of disseminating the relevant scientific knowledge and information in the field of management and other related fields. We are committed to the practice of anonymous peer review and open access. We seek to encourage the scientific dialogue among the Central-European and South-East European region with the developed market economies, as well as the emerging markets from Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. Therefore, we strive to publish high-quality research in all fields of management, promoting development and competitiveness of individuals, organizations and societies.


The Journal deals with pressing problems, not only of general nature, but especially with those occurring in the countries in transition. In fact, it aims to cover functional issues, specific topics and general aspects of management related to all kinds of organizations – manufacturing and service companies, profit-making firms and non-profit organizations, private and public, as well as large and small enterprises.


Functional issues refer to the pressing problems of the four fundamental management functions:

  • Identification of goals, choice of strategy, forecasting, elaboration of plans and budgets and decision making;
  • Design and selection of organizational structure, design of internal relations system, as well as design of management system;
  • Organizational behaviour, motivation, leadership, communication, groups and relations within the groups, interpersonal relations and conflicts;
  • Control methods, control areas, information systems in controlling.

Specific topics will be related to the current problems in specific management areas and the production activities, such as:

  • Finance, operations, marketing, sales, supplies, logistics, research and development, accounting, audit, human resources, costs, etc.;
  • Industry, trade, hotel industry, banks, non-economic and public enterprises, branches, associations, cities, regions, etc.

Some general management problems will be also included in the Journal. These problems deal with the subject, goals and methods of the management science, theory of management, as well as with the ethics and social responsibility of management as a profession, etc. Special attention will be paid to the problems of strategic management which represents a synthesis of functional and other specific management fields.




We remember and honor our founder and late Editor-in-Chief Marin Buble.

A special issue of Management-Journal of Contemporary Management Issues, entitled  The life and work of Professor Emeritus Marin Buble, (Vol. 20) has been published, as to provide a lasting memory of Professor Marin Buble.

Two chapters on the late Professor Marin Buble (in Croatian only), by Prof. Pere Sikavica and Prof. Zelimir Dulcic, have been published in the Book of Proceedings of the 5th South-east European (SEE) meeting & scientific conference of management departments – Entrepreneurial Society: Current Trends and Future Prospects in Entrepreneurship, Organization and Management

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Management - Journal of Contemporary Management Issues has voluntarily adopted the ethical and plagiarism guidelines, as recommended by the International standards for editors and authors, adopted at the Second World Conference on Research Integrity, held in Singapore (2010).

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Issues available in full text since 2017 (available here):

Vol. 22, Special Issue - Selected papers from the 12th International Conference Challenges of Europe:

Please note: If author's name is linked, it leads to the their active ORCID profile. Links to full text hosted by the HRČAK Croatian Scientific Journal platform. At the time of publishing, DOI was not yet introduced.

Pfeifer Sanja, Oberman Peterka Sunčica, Stanić MarinaBusiness models of micro businesses: Empirical evidence from creative industries (pp 1-19)

Atanas Atanassov, Silvia Trifonova, Jasmina Saraivanova, Anton PramatarovAssessment of the administrative burdens for businesses in Bulgaria according to the national legislation related to the European Union internal market (pp 21-49)

Valentina Ivančić, Ivan Mencer, Lara Jelenc, Želimir Dulčić: Strategy implementation – external environment alignment (pp 51-67)

Ismail Bilgi, Lyudmila Mihaylova, Emil Papazov: Internal control activities in small Turkish companies (pp 69-83)

Martina Dragija Kostić, Tatjana Jovanović, Maja LeticaPerspectives on and obstacles to the internal reporting reform at higher education institutions – Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia (pp 129-143)

Simon Colnar, Vlado DimovskiKnowledge management initiatives benefits for the Slovenian public sector (pp 145-161)

Vol. 22, No. 1 (2017):

Please note: If author's name is linked, it leads to the their active ORCID profile. Links to full text hosted by the HRČAK Croatian Scientific Journal platform. At the time of publishing, DOI was managed by the publisher.

Irena Kedmenec Kiril Postolov, Kiril Jovanovski, Dina Korent: The role of bonding and bridging cognitive social capital in shaping entrepreneurial intention in transition economies (pp 1-33; DOI

Pooja Sharma: Organizational culture as a predictor of job satisfaction: The role of age and gender (pp 35-48; DOI

Tamara Sušanj Šulentić Krešimir Žnidar, Jurica Pavičić: The key determinants of perceived external prestige (PEP) – Qualitative research approach (pp 49-84; DOI

Ana Aleksić, Sanda Rašić Jelavić: Testing for strategy-structure fit and its importance for performance (pp 85-102; DOI

Marina Klačmer Čalopa: Business owner and manager’s attitudes towards financial decision-making and strategic planning: Evidence from Croatian SMEs (pp 103-116; DOI

Marija Šimić Šarić: SMEs perspective on venture capital investment criteria - A study of Croatian SMEs (pp 117-133; DOI

Evgeni RaykovThe liquidity-profitability trade-off in Bulgaria in terms of the changed financial management functions during crisis (pp 135-156; DOI

Manuel Cuadrado-García, Carmen Pérez-Cabañero, Juan D. Montoro-Pons: Managing satisfaction in cultural events: Exploring the role of core and peripheral product (pp 157-174; DOI

Vol. 22, No. 2 (2017): 

Vlašić Goran, Joe F. Hair, Zoran Krupka: Star marketer’s impact on the market strategy choice (pp 1-13; DOI

Raimonda Alonderiene, Goda Sabaliauskaitė: Non-formal and informal learning conditions as experienced and perceived by technical staff and HR professionals (pp 15-33; DOI

Christel Vermaak, Gina Görgens-Ekermans, Cecile Nieuwenhuize: Shift work, emotional labour and psychological well-being of nursing staff (pp 35-48; DOI

Marija Kaštelan Mrak, Nada Bodiroga Vukobrat, Danijela Sokolić: Personalized medicine industry model development (pp 49-64; DOI

Adisa Delić, Emira Kozarević, Mersiha Alić: Impact of leadership style on bank profitability: Case study of a bank in Bosnia and Herzegovina (pp 65-77; DOI

Maria Đogić: Growth strategies of electric utilities in context of deregulation and liberalization of electricity market (pp 79-98; DOI

Marko Šostar, Ana Marukić: Challenges of public procurement in EU funded projects (pp 99-113; DOI

N. M. G. Mfikwe, T. G. Pelser: The significance of emotional intelligence and leadership styles of senior leaders in the South African government (pp 115-126; DOI

Vol. 23 No. 1 (2018):

Please note: If author's name is linked, it leads to the their active ORCID profile. Links to full text hosted by the HRČAK Croatian Scientific Journal platform. At the time of publishing, DOI was managed by the publisher.

Inga Minelgaite, Romie Frederick Littrell: Country’s preferred leader behaviour profile: Does cultural homogeneity matter? (pp 1-27; DOI

Uroš Godnov, Tjaša Redek: Good food, clean rooms and friendly staff: Implications of user-generated content for Slovenian skiing, sea and spa hotels’ management (pp 29-57; DOI

Ana Lalević Filipović, Vladan Martić, Selma Demirović: Digitalization of financial reporting in local governments of three Montenegrin regions – Current situation and perspectives (pp 59-79; DOI

Mario Pečarić, Vlado Slišković, Tino Kusanović: Public debt in new EU member states – Panel data analysis and managerial implications (pp 81-97; DOI

Davor Filipović, Mate Krišto, Najla Podrug: Impact of crisis situations on development of business continuity management in Croatia (pp 99-122; DOI

Thea Visser, Louise van Scheers: Can family business managers manage family business risks? (pp 123-137; DOI

Marcela Mišura, Ljerka Cerović, Vesna Buterin:  Relationship between corporate social responsibility and business success: Case of the global tobacco industry (pp 157-171; DOI

Irene Samanta, Athanasios LamprakisModern leadership types and outcomes: The case of Greek public sector (pp 173-191; DOI

Eva Smokrović, Maja Frencl Žvanut, Antun Bajan, Radivoje Radić, Boštjan ŽvanutTranslation and validation of the Croatian version of the Multidimensional Work Motivation Scale (pp 193-202; DOI

Andreja Primec, Jernej Belak: Towards socially responsible corporate governance with authorities’ interventions (pp 203-219; DOI

Boris Marjanović, Danijela Križman PavlovićFactors influencing the high school graduates’ decision to study abroad: Toward a theoretical model  (pp 221-241; DOI

Vol. 23 No. 2 (2018):

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Audur Hermannsdottir, Olga Stangej, Kari Kristinsson: When being good is not enough: Towards contextual education of business leadership ethics (pp 1-14; DOI

Ana Ježovita, Boris Tušek, Lajoš Žager: The state of analytical procedures in the internal auditing as a corporate governance mechanism (pp 15-46; DOI

Antonija Kvasina, Biljana Crnjak Karanović, Ante Tucak: The impact of demographic and socio-psychological characteristics on consumers’ ethnocentric tendencies: Evidence from Croatia (pp 47-64; DOI

Barney J. EarsmusUnethical behaviour in Human Resource Management practices in South Africa: Views of Human Resource practitioners (pp 65-86; DOI

Wajeeha Aslam, Marija Ham, Kashif Farhat: Influencing factors of brand perception on consumers’ repurchase intention: An examination of online apparel shopping (pp 87-102; DOI

Vladimir GnjidićInterdependence of company’s industrial competitive position and its strategic orientation: A dynamic theoretical model (pp 103-122; DOI

Toni Popović, Zlatko NedelkoSocial responsibility and strategic orientation of higher education - Cases of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (pp 123-140; DOI

Michael C. Cant: Blueprint for a business plan competition: Can it work? (pp 141-154; DOI

Pavla Odehnalová, Petr PirožekCorporate board composition in family businesses: Evidence from the Czech Republic (pp 155-174; DOI

Radka AndasarovaCapital adequacy of commercial banks in Bulgaria: Impact strategies (pp 175-188; DOI

Petr Polak, Francois Masquelier, Grzegorz MichalskiTowards treasury 4.0/The evolving role of corporate treasury management for 2020 (pp 189-197; DOI

Vol. 24. Special Issue on Education Management, Leadership and Effectiveness in South East, East-Central Europe, Baltic and Nordic Regions: Policies, Practices and Implications (2019):

Please note: If author's name is linked, it leads to the their active ORCID profile. Links to full text hosted by the HRČAK Croatian Scientific Journal platform. At the time of publishing, DOI was managed by the DOI office of the National and University Library in Zagreb.

Nikša Alfirević, Jurica Pavičić, Inga Minelgaite, Rasa Nedzinskaite-MaciunieneEditorial to the Special Issue of Management (pp iii-iv)

Josip BurušićThe perceived school climate in Croatian elementary schools with poor, average and good school’s learning environment (pp 1-15; DOI

Rimantas Želvys, Rita Dukynaitė, Jogaila Vaitekaitis, Audronė Jakaitienė: School leadership and educational effectiveness: Lithuanian case in comparative perspective (pp 17-36; DOI

Milda Damkuvienė, Jūratė Valuckienė, Sigitas Balčiūnas: Teacher leadership for organizational change (pp 37-52; DOI

Renata Relja, Toni Popović, Tea GutovićAnalysis of elements and process of school principals' professionalization in Croatia (pp 55-71; DOI

Mateja Brejc, Klemen Širok, Andrej Koren: Training as strategy for school self-evaluation capacity building (pp 73-87; DOI

Petra Gregorčič Mrvar, Metod Resman, Jana Kalin, Jasna Mažgon: Cooperation between head teachers and professional school counsellors in Slovenian schools (pp 89-106; DOI

Jelena Filipović, Ana Popović: How to recognize potential school leaders among primary school teachers: Framework based on financial literacy level and type of motivation (pp 107-121;

Agne Brandisauskiene, Jurate Cesnaviciene, Ramute BruzgelevicieneTeacher leadership in Lithuania: Are teachers prepared to cooperate? (pp 123-136; DOI

Aelita Skarbalienė, Egidijus Skarbalius, Lina Gedrimė: Effective communication in the healthcare settings: Are the graduates ready for it? (pp 137-147; DOI

Vol. 24 No. 1 (2019):

Please note: If author's name is linked, it leads to the their active ORCID profile. Links to full text hosted by the HRČAK Croatian Scientific Journal platform. At the time of publishing, DOI was managed by the DOI office of the National and University Library in Zagreb.

Sonja Treven, Duško Uršič, Walled Rashad: How management tools holistically support enterprises’ operation in supply chains? (pp 1-20; DOI​)

Ivica Pervan, Ivana DropulićThe impact of integrated information systems on management accounting: Case of Croatia (pp 21-38; DOI

Katarina Tomičić Pupek, Igor Pihir, Martina Tomičić FurjanSmart city initiatives in the context of digital transformation – Scope, services and technologies (pp 39-54; DOI

Saulius Olencevicius: Feedback intervention research historical review: From single to multidimensional (pp 55-69; DOI

Branko Škafar(In)effectiveness of quality management systems and models of excellence in practice (pp 71-84; DOI

Vojko Potočan, Jurica Pavičić: Editorial to the special section on higher education (pp 85-86)

Ljerka Sedlan König, Helga Maškarin RibarićIs there a mismatch between employers’ and university teachers’ perceptions on graduate employability in Croatia? (pp 87-102; DOI

Judita Peterlin, Daniela Garbin PraničevićPerceived trends in viewing the future by Croatian and Slovenian business students: Implications for managerial education (pp 103-120; DOI

Koraljka Modić Stanke, Valentina Ružić, Aleksandra Mindoljević Drakulić: A way to more effective education: Prospective teachers' interest in service-learning (pp 121-136; DOI

Andrea Arbula Blecich, Vinko ZaninovićInsight into students’ perception of teaching: Case of economic higher education institution (pp 137-152; DOI

Lina Kaminskienė, Nano Khetsuriani: Personalisation of learning through digital storytelling (pp 153-166; DOI

Vol. 24 No. 2 (2019):

Please note: If author's name is linked, it leads to the their active ORCID profile. Links to full text hosted by the HRČAK Croatian Scientific Journal platform. At the time of publishing, DOI was managed by the DOI office of the National and University Library in Zagreb.

Suada Ajdarpašić, Gazmend Qorraj: Does university performance matter for EU programmes in South East Europe: Case study Horizon 2020 (pp 1-10; DOI

Arna Kristín Harðardóttir, Sigurður Guðjónsson, Inga Minelgaite, Kári Kristinsson: Ethics as usual? Gender differences in work ethic and grades (pp 11-21; DOI

Ivana Dropulić, Marko Čular: The effect of corporate social disclosure practice on reporting quality: Evidence from the insurance sector in Croatia (pp 23-38; DOI

Halina Waniak-Michalak, Jan Michalak: Development of a successful microfinancing system: Actor-network theory perspective (pp 39-61; DOI

Selma Smajlović, Bahrija Umihanić, Lejla TuruljaThe interplay of technological innovation and business model innovation toward company performance (pp 63-79; DOI

Jasmina Starc, Marijana Neuberg, Karmen ErjavecNurses’ satisfaction with the use of communication channels by their managers in Croatia and Slovenia (pp 81-94; DOI

Ivona Huđek, Karin Širec, Polona Tominc: Digital skills in enterprises according to the European digital entrepreneurship sub-indices: Cross-country empirical evidence (pp 107-119; DOI

Xhavit Islami, Vjosa Islami, Marija Topuzovska Latkovikj, Enis MulloliBarriers hindering the entry of new firms to the competitive market and profitability of incumbents (pp 121-143; DOI

Fuad Čergić, Emira Kozarević: The impact of performance analysis on the financial management and control at public universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina Federation (pp 145-153; DOI

Vol. 25. Special Issue on Cultural Studies in Business (2020):

Please note: If author's name is linked, it leads to the their active ORCID profile. Links to full text hosted by the HRČAK Croatian Scientific Journal platform. At the time of publishing, DOI was managed by the DOI office of the National and University Library in Zagreb.

Nikša Alfirević, Ivana Bilić, Ljubisha Petrusevski, Maria Cristina MarchettiEditorial to the Special issue of the Journal (pp I-VII)

Artur Modlinski, Luis Moreira PintoManaging substitutive and complementary technologies in cultural institutions: Market/mission perspectives (pp 1-10; DOI

Ljiljana Simić: The relevance of EU external cultural synergies: The external action strategy and institutional intercultural attitudes (pp 11-28; DOI

Miglė Černikovaitė, Žaneta KarazijienėCity brand image formation by urban heritage initiatives (pp 29-42; DOI

Rasa Smaliukiene, Svajone Bekesiene, Gabriele Lipciute: An integration of customer value and customer relationship in urban centres and peripheries: Research implications for business practice and business studies (pp 43-61; DOI

Mateja Vadnjal, Jaka Vadnjal, Alenka Bernik Dermol: Proposal of a new research construct in female entrepreneurship (pp 63-80; DOI

Eralda Zhilla, Arjana Muçaj, Blerina HotiPerceived justice at workplace and organizational commitment (pp 81-94; DOI

Umberto Triulzi: Ethics and economics in the world of globalized finance (pp 95-112; DOI

Romina Gurashi, Andrea GrippoHow important is culture? Analysis of the most recent data on Italian educational offer and its impact on employment and employability (pp 113-131; DOI

Marina Valentukevičienė, Vytis Valatka: An interdisciplinary learning approach to ecological business: Using examples of best practice (pp 133-144; DOI

Nataša Urošević, Danijela GrubišićEconomics of uniqueness in Croatian historic towns: Looking for new urban models (pp 145-159; DOI

Vol. 25 No. 1 (2020):

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Armand Faganel, Mitja Constantini: CRM adoption factors in the gaming industry (pp 1-23; DOI

Luka Zovko, Ivana Bilić, Želimir Dulčić: Determinants of students’ entrepreneurial intention: An empirical research (pp 25-44; DOI

Andrea Arbula BlecichFactors affecting relative efficiency of higher education institutions of economic orientation (pp 45-67; DOI

Barney Erasmus: Perceptions of administrative staff on career advancement realities at a South African university (pp 69-88; DOI

Roberto Ercegovac, Ivica Klinac, Ivica ZdrilićBank specific determinants of EU banks profitability after 2007 financial crisis (pp 89-102; DOI

Ľubica Bajzíková, Peter BajzikMobility and working opportunities in the EU and Slovakia (pp 103-115; DOI

Lovorka Galetić, Maja KlindžićThe role of benefits in sustaining HRM outcomes – An empirical research study (pp 117-132; DOI

Aleksander Strašek, Franci Pušavec, Borut LikarOpen innovation and business performance improvement in strategic business alliances (pp 133-144; DOI

Albana Berisha Qehaja, Enver Kutllovci: Strategy tools in use: New empirical insights from the strategy-as-practice perspective (pp 145-169; DOI

Kristina Kovaitė, Paulius Šūmakaris, Jelena Stankevičienė: Digital communication channels in Industry 4.0 implementation: The role of internal communication (pp 171-191; DOI

Sanja Rocco, Aleksandra SelinšekThe difference of managerial approach in more or less design-oriented companies (pp 193-213; DOI

Jasmina Selimović, Danijela Martinović, Džana Hurko:  Critical success factors in insurance companies (pp 215-233; DOI

Nataša Trojak, Zvonimir Galić:  How to select a true leader? Introducing methods for measurement of implicit power motive (pp 235-253; DOI

Ivana Bestvina Bukvić, Iva Buljubašić, Marija Ivić: Project management education in Croatia: A focus on the IT sector needs (pp 255-278; DOI

Lejla Šehić, Almir PeštekThe effects of digital media buying on advertisers (pp 279-291; DOI

Slađana Pavlinović Mršić, Anita Stojan: Determinants of household recycling (pp 293-302; DOI

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Borut RusjanComputer system validation: Example of quality management system design and process implementation (pp 1-23; DOI

Michal Karas, Mária Režňáková: The indirect verification of the going concern assumption by analysing the threat of bankruptcy (pp 25-40; DOI

Davor Širola, Zoran MihanovićInfluence of market orientation and stakeholder management on the performance of Croatian cities (pp 41-66; DOI

Ljiljana Najev Čačija, Davorka Mikulić, Daša DragnićToward a model of relationship between the overall and the destination attributes satisfaction: An exploratory study (pp 67-81; DOI

Tamara Šmaguc, Ksenija VukovićEntrepreneurs’ social capital in struggles within market field: The case of the Croatian software industry (pp 83-110; DOI

Chanté van Tonder, Chris Schachtebeck, Cecile Nieuwenhuizen, Bart BossinkA framework for digital transformation and business model innovation (pp 111-132; DOI

Emil Knezović, Arnela Đilović: Employee engagement and work-related outcomes: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina (pp 133-150; DOI

Jaroslav Vrchota, Monika Maříková, Petr ŘehořTeleworking in SMEs before the onset of coronavirus infection in the Czech Republic (pp 151-164; DOI

Mateja Čuček, Sonja Mlaker KačOrganizational culture in logistics companies and its impact on employee satisfaction (pp 165-180; DOI

Julia Perić, Anamarija Delić, Marina StanićExploring business models of nonprofit organizations (pp 181-194; DOI

Rasa Nedzinskaite-Maciuniene, Agne Brandisauskiene, Jurate Cesnaviciene, Ramute BruzgelevicieneOrganizational consulting models and performance improvement: The case of rural schools in Lithuania (pp 195-213; DOI

Gezim Jusufi, Fatos Ukaj, Suada AjdarpašićThe effect of product innovation on Western Balkan SMEs export performance: Evidence from Kosovo (pp 215-234; DOI

Thea Visser, Louise van ScheersHow important is it for family businesses to maintain a strong entrepreneurial orientation over time? (pp 235-250; DOI

Andrea Seňová, Lucia Šebeščáková: Eurointegration tendencies in implementation of industry 4.0 within the scope of European companies (pp 251-261; DOI

Atanas Atanassov, Silvia TrifonovaAssessment of the net effect of the active labour market policy in Bulgaria (pp 263-290; DOI

Liudmila A. Guzikova, Igor A. NechitayloDysfunctionality of two-part transfer pricing in investment centers' performance assessment (pp 291-304; DOI

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