Due to this fact, it is imperative that researchers remain circumspect, especially when drawing conclusions and making generalisations. In practice, research papers accepted as scientific ones often fail to meet the epistemological standards of scientific work. This is especially the case with inexperienced researchers. The purpose of the study is to contribute to the discussion of the scholarly character and refinement of scientific papers from the field of economics. The present analysis is an attempt to verify the thesis that a significant proportion of working papers released in joint publications are written without conversance with, or with disregard of, the canons of scientific cognition.
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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The economic reforms taking place in Eastern Europe have in many respects an unfavourable influence on environmental protection. The adjustment of Eastern Europe to the environmental requirements of the European Union necessitates far-reaching changes in the very philosophy of transition, towards more balanced and reasonable approaches and adequate environmental taxation.
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The aim of the elaboration is to indicate the selected civilizational, organizational and psychological conditionings of shaping the process of creating knowledge in an organization in the period of transition to sustainable knowledge-based economy. The elaboration includes the analysis of three problems: the course of contemporary stage of civilization changes, the role of knowledge in a modern company and also the conditionings of the process of creating knowledge in an organization. It has been shown that in the present stage of development of post-industrial civilization the changes in the sphere of values axiological bases of management delay the implementation of sustainable knowledge-based economy. In Poland the system of education for creativity as well as the preparations of employees to sell their knowledge are still poorly developed.
Szukanie zaawansowane. Poskrobko, Bazyli Poskrobko, Tomasz. This publication is devoted chiefly to environment management at state level and at particular levels of the territorial division. The publication was divided into ten chapters which can be characterized in terms of groups. The first five chapters include description of the environment management system in Poland. The first chapter is the only part of this book that has theoretical character.