Index

Contemporary Issues in Social Science

ISBN: 978-1-80043-931-3, eISBN: 978-1-80043-930-6

ISSN: 1569-3759

Publication date: 25 May 2021

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(2021), "Index", Grima, S., Özen, E. and Boz, H. (Ed.) Contemporary Issues in Social Science (Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis, Vol. 106), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 437-447. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1569-375920210000106024

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INDEX

Abnormal returns (ARit)
, 110

Academic institutions
, 315

Accommodation service providers
, 20–21

Accountability
, 309, 330

Active labor market policies (ALMPs)
, 183

Active labor market program
, 82

Administration’s awareness
, 308

Admission frameworks
, 83

Advertising
, 77

Affect heuristic
, 395–396

Age
, 372–373, 383–384, 423

Aghios Demetrios municipality
, 159–160

Aging
, 5

Agreeableness
, 398

Agricultural/agriculture
, 284

agriculture-based bioeconomy
, 265

biomass production
, 265

influencing factors
, 274

literature review
, 265–267

research methodology
, 267–273

residues
, 264–266

resources
, 266

results
, 273–275

Akaike Information Criteria
, 212

Allocative efficiency
, 50

Anchor value
, 107

Annual reports
, 241

Antalya-Belek, hotels in
, 129–130

Anxiety
, 231

Approximation function
, 295

Athens Metropolitan Area (AMA)
, 151

Augmented Dickey-Fuller test (ADF test)
, 171, 212

Autoregressive distributed lag method (ARDL method)
, 167, 170–171, 208, 211

Availability heuristic
, 396

Azerbaijan, attitudinal essential factors of liberalization of pension system in
, 13–14

Bad governance
, 310

Baltic countries
, 256

Bank(s)
, 206

accounts
, 253

credits
, 210, 216

Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA)
, 206

Behavior-based conflict
, 227, 229

Behavioral finance
, 104–105, 116

Behavioral intention (BI)
, 19

Big Five personality model
, 397–398

Bioeconomy
, 264–265

analysis
, 267

Biomass
, 264

implications of biomass production
, 274–275

importance
, 265

BIST 100 Index
, 109

BIST 30 Index
, 109

BIST All Index
, 117

BIST-100 Index
, 243

Black Swan
, 222, 240

Breusch–Godfrey LM test
, 170–171

Breusch–Pagan–Godfrey test
, 171

Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB)
, 331

Business creation
, 313

Business models
, 71–72

CalinskiHarabasz criterion
, 187

Canonical cointegration regression test (CCR test)
, 214

Capitalism
, 72

Carbon capture and sequestration technologies
, 283

Carbon footprint
, 286

Cave tourism
, 122

Center for Research in Security Pirce (CRSP)
, 107

Central and Eastern European countries (CEE countries)
, 265

influencing factors of agricultural biomass production in
, 274

Central Bank of Republic of Turkey (CBRT)
, 207

Challenges
, 130–132

Changed consumer decisions and behavior
, 143–145

Chi-square test
, 403, 411

Chile’s private pension model
, 5

Chinese stock market
, 242

Circular economy

action plan
, 71

ethical and environmental concerns/responsibilities
, 75–77

linear economy to
, 68–72

model
, 70

social concerns/responsibilities
, 74–75

sustainable/responsible consumption
, 72–74

systems
, 70

Circular supply chain
, 71

Citizens’ participation
, 308

Climate change
, 282

Cluster analysis
, 343

Cluster forming and analysis
, 186

Coastal tourism
, 54

Cognition
, 394–395

Cointegration approach
, 208, 211

Collective reasoning
, 378

Commercial activity
, 151

comparative results
, 161–162

data collection
, 154–158

findings
, 158–162

limitations
, 158

in pre-and post-crisis period
, 151

research methodology
, 151–158

selection of case studies and methodological framework review
, 152–154

Common Agricultural Policy
, 289

Common Basic Principles (CBP)
, 180

Communication method
, 124

Conference tourism
, 122

Confidence
, 399–400

Conscientiousness
, 398

Constant return to scale (CRS)
, 59

Consumer(s)
, 72–73, 75, 122, 141–142

orientation
, 344

value identification
, 342

value research methodologies
, 344

Consumption
, 72–74

behaviors
, 139

Controllability
, 400

Corona virus
, 223

Corporate disclosure
, 241

Corporate governance
, 308

Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
, 329

reporting
, 330

Corporations
, 240–241

COVID-19
, 136, 240–241

and affected processes
, 223–234

changed consumer decisions and behavior after
, 143–145

effects of
, 139

pandemic
, 136, 223

risk concept
, 140–143

uncertainty
, 139–140

Credit default swap (CDS)
, 166

data set and method
, 167–171

empirical findings
, 171–175

literature review
, 167

premiums
, 166

Credit rating agencies
, 166

Credit system
, 206

Crisis
, 150

economic
, 4

effects
, 151

Cronbach’s alpha models
, 24

Cross-compliance requirements
, 267

Cultural/culture
, 374, 389–390, 423

integration
, 94

tourism
, 55–56, 122

tourism
, 63

Cumulative abnormal returns (CARi)
, 110

Cumulative sum of squares test (CUSUMSQ test)
, 214

Cumulative sum test (CUSUM test)
, 214

Cyclical shortages
, 83

Cyprus Island
, 21

Data envelopment analysis (DEA)
, 50–51

output-oriented variable-yield model of
, 57

results
, 59–60

Decentralization
, 311–312

Decisions
, 104

Delay effect
, 400

Risk
, 244

Demand and supply
, 91–92

Demand-driven approach
, 83

Dependence on tips
, 35–36, 38, 40

Dependency on foreign labor
, 82

Destination risk
, 141

Development regions
, 331

Digital Age
, 311–312

Digital divide
, 356, 358–359

Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI)
, 89, 357, 359

Digital inequalities
, 357

literature review
, 357–358

methodology
, 358–360

proposals, and recommendations
, 365

research results
, 360–365

Digital skills
, 356, 364

Digital technology
, 359

Digitalization
, 357, 365

Directive in Romania
, 331

Dirigisme
, 3

Disability
, 120–130

Disabled concept
, 121

Disabled tourism
, 120, 122–124

Distribution channels
, 19

Distributive efficiency
, 50

Dividend futures
, 241

Dolado and Lütkepohl causality test (DL causality test)
, 167–170

Dread risks
, 401

E-skills
, 364

“Ease of doing business” score
, 256

Ecological damage
, 68

Econometric analysis
, 186–187

Economic crisis in Latin America
, 4

Economic development
, 150–151

Economic growth
, 284–285

Economic liberalization
, 3

Economy
, 83

theory
, 83

Ecotourism
, 55, 63

Education
, 83, 85, 257–260, 313, 373, 386–387, 424

Effectiveness
, 50, 309

Efficiency
, 50

analysis
, 59

measurement
, 50, 56

Efficient markets
, 104

hypothesis
, 104–105

Ellen MacArthur Foundation
, 72

Employee

behavior
, 222

motivation
, 34

psychology
, 232

satisfaction
, 34

Employment
, 181

growth in Malta
, 85

Energy production
, 284

Entrepreneurs
, 312–313

Entrepreneurship
, 312

concept and measurements
, 312–315

level of
, 314

Environment
, 264–265, 374, 392–393

Environmental destruction
, 68

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
, 287

Environmentalist consumers
, 76

Error correction models (ECM)
, 171, 212

Estonia
, 253, 255, 257–260

Ethical and environmental concerns/responsibilities
, 75–77

EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS)
, 287

European Commission (EC)
, 265

European Environment Agency (EEA)
, 283

European Federation of Hard of Hearing People (EFHOH)
, 125

European Parliament & Council of the European Union (EP&CEU)
, 264

European strategic framework
, 266

European Union (EU)
, 82, 180, 264, 282, 315, 328

EU-10 immigration cluster analysis results
, 187–190

Green Deal strategy
, 267

European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC)
, 357, 359

Expected benefits
, 401

Experiences
, 375, 393–394, 422

Experts
, 382

Exploratory factor analysis
, 403, 414–417

Extraversion
, 397

F-statistics
, 212

F-test
, 211

Face-to-face technique
, 40

Fair trade practices
, 76

Familiarity
, 401

Family
, 373, 387

Farm tourism
, 122

Fear
, 143

Financial development
, 206

empirical findings
, 212–215

on house prices
, 206

literature
, 208–209

methodology
, 211–212

model and data
, 210–211

Financial inclusion
, 252–253

Financial literacy
, 252

factors comparison with financial literacy level
, 260–261

general country development factors
, 256–257

literature review
, 253–255

methodology
, 253

rate
, 255

research results and discussion
, 255–261

unjustified use
, 253

Financial reporting, 241 (see also Non-financial reporting)

data and methodology
, 243–244

descriptive statistics and empirical results
, 244–246

literature review and hypothesis development
, 241–243

Financial risk
, 141

Financial services availability
, 258–260

Firms
, 243

Foreign labor

challenges of foreign labor employment
, 94–95

rationale for employing
, 92

Foreign nationals in Maltese labor market
, 85

foreign nationalities
, 86

levels
, 86–87

shortages in ICT sector
, 87–89

Forestry biomass production
, 266

Fossil energy resources
, 266

Fossil fuels
, 68

Frustrations
, 222

Fully modified least squares method (FMOLS)
, 214

Gamble and sex tourism destination
, 27

Gastro-tourism
, 55

Gender
, 372, 382–383

Generalized Method of Moments (GMM)
, 181

Generation Z
, 344–346

Global AgeWatch Index
, 6

Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM)
, 314

Global Findex database
, 252

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
, 330

Globalization
, 5, 311–312

Golf tourism
, 122

Good governance
, 308–309

analysis
, 318–323

characteristics
, 309

culture
, 310

data
, 315–318

results
, 318–323

Good public governance
, 311

Governance
, 308–309

design and measurements
, 310–312

Government
, 3

Gray Rhino
, 222

Greek tourism
, 55

Green consumerism
, 75

Green Deal
, 71, 267

Green movement
, 76

Greenhouse gas emissions (GHG emissions)
, 266, 282

approximation of evolution of total GHG emissions by inverse trigonometric function
, 299–300

approximation of evolution of total GHG emissions by power-type function
, 296–298

causes
, 283–286

estimation by domains of future GHG emissions
, 300–302

GDP and
, 284–285

primary reduction measures of GHG emissions used in EU
, 286–290

research methodology
, 290–295

Gross domestic product (GDP)
, 183, 290

Gross value added in agriculture (GVA_agr)
, 273

Growth-oriented strategy
, 62

Guest satisfaction (GS)
, 19, 27

Guests
, 19

outcomes
, 21–22

Guests’ perceived value (GPV)
, 19, 27

H1N1 outbreaks
, 232

Habitus
, 225

Handicapped or crippled concept
, 121

Hannan-Quinn criterion
, 212

Hausman test results
, 273–274

Health
, 120, 375, 398–399, 422–423

tourism
, 122

workers
, 231

Healthcare professionals
, 232

Hearing impairment
, 125

Hearing-impaired consumers
, 124

Heuristics
, 395

Hierarchical clusters
, 186

Hotel employees
, 35

hypotheses development
, 36–39

literature review
, 35–39

measure
, 40

methodology
, 39–40

results
, 40–42

sample and data collection
, 39–40

Hoteliers
, 18

House Price Index (HPI)
, 207

House prices
, 206, 208–209, 214

Housing

credits
, 208–209

finance system
, 207

loans
, 206–207

Human Development Index (HDI)
, 315–316

Human psychology
, 230

Hunting tourism
, 122

Hygiene
, 94

Immigrants (IMIG)
, 187

Immigration clusters analysis
, 181

Immigration policies
, 182

Independent variables (IV)
, 418

Index of Liberalism (Dirigisme) of Pension System ((IL(D)PS))
, 7–8, 10–11, 13

Individual reasoning
, 378

Individual risk perceptions and behavior
, 368

aim
, 371–372

data analysis
, 403–404

data analysis and findings
, 404–424

propositions
, 372–375

research questions
, 372

risk
, 368–370

risk behavior
, 370

risk management
, 370–371

risk perception
, 371

sampling
, 403

significance of study
, 375–376

tool used to collect data
, 402–403

Industrial investments
, 68

Industrial processes
, 284

Information and communication technology (ICT)
, 82, 356, 360

development
, 84

findings from in-depth interviews
, 91–92

findings from online questionnaires
, 90–91

foreign nationals in Maltese labor market
, 85–89

limitations
, 97

research methodology
, 89

sector
, 82

skill shortages
, 92–93

specialists
, 83

theoretical framework
, 83–85

Input-oriented approach
, 57

Institute of Commerce and Services (ICS)
, 151

Intangible cultural heritage
, 56

Integration
, 181–183

International Labor Organization
, 5

International migration indicators
, 183

International Monetary Fund (IMF)
, 137, 240

International Standard Classification of Occupations
, 101

Internet
, 356

Inverse trigonometric function, approximation of evolution of total GHG emissions by
, 299–300

Investors
, 104

findings
, 111–116

literature
, 107–109

methodology
, 110–111

overreaction hypothesis
, 105–106

result
, 116–117

ISE 30 Index
, 108

Jarque–Bera test (JB test)
, 171

Job insecurity
, 36–38, 40

Job satisfaction
, 34, 36–37, 40

Jobsplus
, 85

Kruskal–Wallis test
, 403

Kwiatkowski–Phillips–Schmidt–Shin unit root test (KPSS unit root test)
, 212

Kypseli
, 158–159

Kyrenian hotels
, 23

Labor market

indicators
, 183

in Malta
, 82

Land conversion
, 272

Land use, changes resulting from land use, and forests (LULU CF)
, 294

Language barriers
, 94

Latvia
, 255, 257–260, 343

digital inequalities
, 357

Latvian social enterprise
, 342–343

literature review
, 343–345

methodology
, 345

research results
, 345–352

Laypeople
, 382

Least Squares Method
, 296

Levin–Lin–Chu test
, 318

Liberalism
, 3

Liberalization of pension system
, 2

attitudinal essential factors in Azerbaijan
, 13–14

effective limits
, 3

impact
, 6

in post-Soviet countries
, 5

Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS)
, 73–74

Linear economy

to circular economy
, 68–72

disadvantages
, 72

Linear programing model (LP model)
, 50

List of values methodology (LOV methodology)
, 342, 344–345

Lithuania
, 253, 255, 257–260

Low-cost strategy
, 61

Macroeconometric modeling
, 190–193, 200–201

Macroeconomic(s)
, 51

indicators
, 167

stability programs
, 207

Malta
, 82

employment growth in
, 85

Malta Council of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST)
, 92

Malta Employers Association (MEA)
, 82

Man-made risks
, 401

Management mentality
, 233

Manufacturing industry
, 332–333

Market(ing), 150, 344 (see also Stock market)

divergence and deviations
, 104

growth
, 313

and promoting tourism
, 54

Mass tourism coastal destinations
, 54, 62

Mechanical production technologies
, 68

Media
, 374, 391–392, 422–423

Mediterranean region
, 51

Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index
, 6

Merger and acquisition
, 110–111

Methodological credentials
, 186–187

Mice tourism
, 55

MICE tourism
, 55

Migrants

integration actions
, 180

labor market integration and associated performance
, 181–183

Migration models
, 183

Millennium
, 345–346

Misinformation (MI)
, 19, 27

Models of risk perception
, 380

Modern theory of public administration
, 310

Modified Wald test (MWALD test)
, 167

Momentum effect
, 106

Mountain tourism
, 122

Multiple linear regression
, 417–421

Multiregression analysis
, 25–26

Natural risks
, 401

Nea Ionia municipality
, 160–161

Negative emissions
, 283

Neighborhoods
, 153–154

Neuroticism traits
, 398

Nomenclature of Economic Activities Code (NACE Code)
, 332

Non-financial reporting, 328 (see also Financial reporting)

literature review
, 329–331

methodology
, 331–332

results
, 332–336

Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD)
, 328, 330

Non-parametric methods
, 50

Northern Cyprus
, 18

potential
, 27

reason for
, 24

tourism development in
, 21

Novel coronavirus on corporations
, 241

Occupations
, 85

Onboarding
, 94–95

Openness to experience
, 398

Opportunities
, 130–132

Optimism
, 107

Optimism bias
, 396–397

Ordinary Least Squares panel framework
, 272

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
, 6, 180, 272

Organizational commitment
, 35, 40

Organizational culture
, 225

Organizational life
, 222, 226

Organizational strategic growth goals
, 310

Output-oriented approach
, 57

Output-oriented variable-yield model of DEA
, 57

Overreaction hypothesis
, 105–106, 109

Panel Corrected Standard Errors (PCSE)
, 181

Paradigm shifting
, 283

Parametric methods
, 50

Paris Agreement
, 282

Passive labor market policies (PLMPs)
, 183

Patrick Moran test
, 187

Pearson correlation matrix
, 318

Pension policy
, 3

Pension reforms
, 6

Pension systems
, 2, 4

literature review
, 5–7

methodology
, 7

results
, 14

results and interpretation
, 8–14

Perceived risk
, 140

dimensions
, 141

Perceived Stakeholder Conflict Factors (PSCF)
, 19, 29

effects
, 20

and guests’ outcomes
, 21–22

Performance risk
, 141

Personality
, 375, 397, 422–424

Pessimism
, 107

Pessimism bias
, 396–397

Phillips–Perron test (PP test)
, 212

Physical equipment risk
, 141

Physical risk
, 141

5-point Likert scale
, 402

Policies
, 182

Pollution domains
, 282

Population growth
, 285

Portfolios
, 108

joint impact
, 111

Post-crisis period
, 151

Power-type function, approximation of evolution of total GHG emissions by
, 296–298

Pre-crisis period
, 151

Price-sensitive Russian tourists
, 61

Primary GHG emission reduction policies
, 289

Primary reduction measures of GHG emissions used in EU
, 286–290

Principal component analysis
, 318–319

Private pension

funds
, 5, 9

system
, 13–14

Product life extension
, 71

Productivity
, 50

Psychological reflections
, 230–234

Psychological risk
, 141

perception
, 395

Psychology
, 375, 394–395, 424

Psychometric paradigm
, 379–380

Public health
, 398

Public sector

governance
, 308

modeling
, 311

Purchasing power parity (PPP)
, 256

Quality-price inconsistency (QPI)
, 19

QuestionPro tool
, 345

Quiet tourism
, 120–121, 124–125

disability
, 121–130

hotels in Antalya-Belek
, 129–130

opportunities and challenges
, 130–132

potential of quiet tourism in world
, 125–129

Radical liberal reforms
, 4–5

Recovery
, 71

Recycling
, 71

Reforms
, 4

Regions
, 373, 385–386

Regression
, 272

Regression models
, 202–203, 319, 321–322

Regulation
, 3

Religion
, 374, 390–391, 421

Remote work
, 224–226

Renewable energy resources
, 266

Rental services
, 72

Representativeness heuristic
, 106

Responsible consumption
, 72–74

Responsiveness
, 309

Retailers
, 72

Risk
, 368–370

amplification
, 380

concept
, 140–143

management
, 370–371

risk-as-feelings hypothesis
, 395

risk-taking behavior
, 370

in tourism and hospitality
, 142

Risk behavior
, 370

analysis of interview and open-ended questions
, 405

Risk perception
, 371, 376–382

of consumers
, 141

drivers
, 382–399

factors
, 399–401

theoretical models
, 380

Risk regulation model (RRM)
, 385

Robust regression (RREG)
, 181

Rokeach Value Survey (RVS)
, 344

Romania
, 328–329

Rule of law
, 309

Rural tourism
, 63

Russian tourists
, 61

SARS outbreaks
, 232

SARS-CoV-2
, 240

Savings
, 257

Schwartz Value Survey (SVS)
, 344

Schwarz Bayesian Criteria
, 212

Scilab software
, 296–297

Sensation seeking
, 397

Services
, 140–141

Shapiro-Wilk test
, 41

Sharing economy
, 72

Short-term overreaction effect
, 108

Skill shortages
, 83, 92–93

Skills gaps
, 93

Slow tourism
, 55

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
, 335

Smooth function
, 294

Social amplification of risk framework (SARF)
, 380–382

Social concerns/responsibilities
, 74–75

Social enterprises
, 342

Social entrepreneurship
, 342

Social risk
, 141

Social security system
, 4, 6

Socially oriented economy
, 7

Society
, 374, 389, 423

Solo Entrepreneurship
, 313

Sovereign credit risk
, 166

Spain
, 181

econometric analysis and methodological credentials
, 186–187

migrants’ labor market integration and associated performance
, 181–183

research methodology
, 183–187

results
, 187–193

Spatial analysis models
, 181

Spatial autocorrelation testing
, 187

Spatial distribution
, 151

Spatial error model (SEM)
, 181, 186

Spatial lag models
, 186

Spatial lag–autoregressive model (SAR model)
, 181

Spatial modeling
, 190–193, 200–201

Spearman´s coefficient correlation
, 41

Sports tourism
, 122

Stakeholders
, 70

conflict
, 18

Cronbach’s alpha models
, 24

data collection process
, 23–24

factors
, 22

findings
, 24–26

hypotheses development
, 21–22

inclusion criteria
, 24

limitations
, 29–30

literature review
, 20–21

managerial implications
, 28–29

measurements
, 22–23

methodology of study
, 22–24

recommendations for future research
, 30

research frame work
, 20

sample regression and multiregression analysis
, 25–26

sampling
, 23

significance of research
, 19–20

Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services Global Financial Literacy Survey (S&P Global FinLit Survey)
, 252

Standard macroeconometric model
, 187

Standardization method
, 186

State pension funds
, 5

State Social Protection Fund
, 13

Status
, 373, 385

Stock market

reactions
, 241

returns
, 241

Stock prices
, 105–106

Structural integration
, 182

Sun, sea, and sand tourism (3S tourism)
, 54–55, 61

Sustainability

of biomass production
, 267

reports
, 330

Sustainable bioeconomy
, 266

Sustainable consumption
, 72–74

Sustainable development
, 309

Sustainable marketing
, 78

Sustainable tourism planning
, 63

Tangible cultural heritage
, 56

Technical efficiency
, 50, 63

Technology
, 120

Tehran Stock Exchange
, 109

Tension-based conflict
, 227

Textual information
, 243

Thematic analysis
, 403–404

Third-country nationals (TCN)
, 85

Time risk
, 141

Time-based conflict
, 227

Tour operators/travel agencies (TO/TA)
, 18–21

Tourism
, 18, 122

development in North Cyprus
, 21

infrastructure
, 54

performance
, 50–51

planning
, 62

revenues
, 56, 59

Tourism industry
, 56

conceptual framework
, 51–56

findings
, 59–60

methodology
, 56–59

Tourists
, 19

numbers
, 56

Traditional boosterism approach
, 62–63

Transparency
, 329

Transparent disclosure systems
, 242

Transparent financial reporting
, 242

Transportation
, 284

Travel decisions
, 142

Travel risk
, 139

Trust
, 399–400

Turkey
, 61

CDS premium in
, 166

healthcare workers in
, 232

potential of quiet tourism in
, 128–129

public sector and private sector employees in
, 233

studies on
, 209

Turkish housing market
, 207

Turnover intention
, 35, 40

Two-factor anxiety theory
, 228

UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
, 120

Uncertainty
, 139–140, 222, 401

avoidance
, 139–140

Uncertainty avoidance index (UAI)
, 139

United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
, 136–137

Unknown risks
, 401

Unlimited consumption
, 72

Unmanaged bookings (UB)
, 19, 27

Unsolved guest’s problems (UGP)
, 19

Vacation risk
, 141

Value added in agriculture
, 274–275

VAR model
, 167

Variable return to scale (VRS)
, 59

Voluntariness
, 400

Voluntary savings
, 261

Wages
, 93–94

“Welfare countries” of Europe
, 5

Wellbeing
, 183, 223

Winter tourism
, 55

Work and family balance
, 226–230

Work experience
, 373, 388

Work productivity
, 34

World governance indicators (WGI)
, 317

World Health Organization (WHO)
, 121, 136, 240

World Tourism Barometer
, 51

World Trade Organization tourism (WTO tourism)
, 51

Yacht tourism
, 122

Prelims
Chapter 1: The Measurement of the Degree of Government Regulation in the Pension System
Chapter 2: Effects of Perceived Stakeholder Conflict Factors on Guests’ Outcomes: Evidence from Kyrenian Hotels in North Cyprus
Chapter 3: Determining the Relationship between Job Satisfaction, Dependence on Tips and Turnover Intentions: The Case of Hotel Employees
Chapter 4: Comparative Efficiency Analysis of Tourism Industry in the Southern Mediterranean Region
Chapter 5: Circular Economy from the Point of Consumption Relations: Consumer’s Role in Maintaining Circular Process
Chapter 6: Dependency on Foreign Labor in the Information and Communication Technology Sector of the Maltese Economy
Chapter 7: Do Investors Overreact to Firm Merger and Acquisition Decisions?
Chapter 8: Quiet Tourism: Opportunities and Challenges
Chapter 9: The Influence of Covid-19 on Consumers’ Perceptions of Uncertainty and Risk
Chapter 10: Economic Activity and Urban Design Policy as a Means for Recovery of Commercial Activity: The Case Study of Athens’ Commercial Streets
Chapter 11: The Relationship between Credit Default Swap and Macroeconomic Indicators: an Example from Turkey
Chapter 12: How are Immigrants Advancing on the European Labor Market? The Case of Spain
Chapter 13: Financial Development and House Prices in Turkey
Chapter 14: Covid-19 Pandemic: Reflections on Organizational Life and Employee Psychology
Chapter 15: The Importance of thorough Financial Reporting during Covid-19 Pandemic: Empirical Evidence from Borsa Istanbul
Chapter 16: Financial Literacy Influencing Factors Analysis: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania Case
Chapter 17: Agricultural Biomass Production: Implications for Economic Growth and Environment in Central and Eastern European Countries
Chapter 18: Methods for Predicting the Future Evolution of GHG Emissions by Domains
Chapter 19: The Impact of Good Governance on Entrepreneurship in Terms of Sustainable Development
Chapter 20: The Stage of Non-Financial Reporting in Romania
Chapter 21: Valuable Insights into Consumer Values: The Case of Latvian Social Enterprises
Chapter 22: Digital Inequalities in Households in Latvia: Problems and Challenges
Chapter 23: Individual Risk Perceptions and Behavior
Index