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In recent years the largest and most important manufacturing sector in Slovak Republic has been the transport equipment industry. Its share is expected to grow in the next years too above all due to an expanding automotive industry as well. This industrial branch has been the engine of positive changes and has contributed to improved performance of supplier branches as well. At the same time there are several risks resulting from this excessive dependency of Slovak economy from one dominating sector. The main objective of the submitted article, is to provide an analysis of the development of Slovak automotive industry during recent years.
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Facing the globalized and increasingly competitive environment, the manufacturing sector of each economy is forced to its own continual competitiveness growth. Along with the intensifying competitiveness more attention is given to the industrial policy measures assigned to enhance the performance of the domestic firms. The raising attention to the European industrial policy could be connected with the problems linked to de-industrialisation and to the fears of de-localization (the European Union's manufacturing base moving out of Europe) as well. The first part of the presented article analyses the relationship between industrial policy and competitiveness. The following two parts are focusing on EU industrial policy, its development and the latest trends.
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This research analysed decisions under risk and ambiguity on a sample of 539 students of the Bratislava University of Economics. Experiments with bets on Ellsberg paradox and familiar events generated results similar to those obtained by Fox and Tversky in 1995. New findings relate to gender differences in decisions under risk and uncertainty. Female students were more ambiguity averse, if they had felt less competent in area of decision. While bets by male participants were significantly higher in financial topics, gender differences were much lower in bets on linguistic topics.
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The main aim of the paper is to map regional employment differentiation in Slovak Republic according to the high-tech and low-tech manufacturing sectors. To achieve this aim the authors worked with recent statistical regional data. They concentrated on a question if there exists a substantial relation between the location of the high-tech manufacturing and the employment growth in the selected regions. According to their survey, the high-tech sector did not prove a very strong impact on the total employment. However, considering the changing structure of manufacturing in the future it will represent one of the most decisive issues of the competitive growth.
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