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Number of items: 9.

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Janoušková, Jana (2006): Threshold of the Bottom Labour Price.

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Majerová, Ingrid (2004): Perspektivy plnění fiskálních konvergenčních kritérií nových členských zemí Evropské unie na příkladu zemí Visegrádské čtyřky. Published in: Sborník příspěvků Liberecké ekonomické fórum (July 2005): pp. 355-360.

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Přečková, Lenka (2008): Charakteristics and significance of the sum insured in the Czech Republic. Published in: Proceedings International Conference (May 2008): pp. 501-508.

Přečková, Lenka (2007): The role of an insurance broker an their position on the insurance market in the czech republic. Published in: proceedings (international conference) (April 2007): pp. 615-626.

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Starzyczná, Halina and Pellešová, Pavlína (2007): The Awareness Level of CRM in Czech Production Organizations and Services. Published in: Acta Academica Karviniensia (2007): pp. 162-170.

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Tuleja, Pavel (2005): The Czech Republic On The Road To The Euro-zone - Nominal Covergence Criteria. Published in: Future of Banking After The Year 2000 In The World And In The Czech Republic , Vol. 10, (20 October 2005): pp. 1939-1954.

Tuleja, Pavel (2007): Czech Republic in Respect of the Real Convergence. Published in: Future of the European Monetary Integration (17 October 2007): pp. 830-842.

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Šebestová, Jarmila (2006): Globalization tendencies in the Czech SME'S - Historical Approach (1997-2004). Published in: From Transition to Sustainable Development: The Path to European Integration (2006)

Šebestová, Jarmila and Rylková, Žaneta and Smysl, Marek (2007): How to Gain Success in SME? A Case Study of a region in the Czech Republic. Published in: South East European Journal of Economics and Business , Vol. 2, No. 1 (April 2007): pp. 41-47.

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