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Volume 5, Issue 1 (spring), 2016

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Please read Introduction, Editorial, and TOC

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Educational migration and the labour market

Diana Rokita-Poskart

6

Communication skills as the competitive advantage of sellers

Marián Hosťovecký & Miroslav Poláčik

18

Female education and household per capita income: evidence from 3d surface maps

Ejaz Gul

27

Social policy in the European Union

Iva Chvátalová

37

 

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