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18.9.2017 - 15.12.2017 - Classes in the Fall semester 2017/2018

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New issue of Central European Business Review: Vol. 2, No. 4 online

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In the first research paper of the December issue, Dr. Wadim Strielkowski analyzes the issue of undeclared work and the burdens for the national economy which it is connected to. The author describes what measures can be undertaken in order to tackle this phenomenon. The second paper, written by assoc. prof. Hasebur Rahman, studies the relationship between service quality, customer satisfaction and customer loyalty on the case of a bank. The third paper investigates what is the importance of brands in the business-to-business world. However, this issue of CEBR also offers other topics: opportunities of the emerging markets of Africa for CEEc ompanies, determinants influencing the internationalization of SMEs in the Czech Republic and Russia and the level of customer orientation in the Czech container shipping market. This CEBR issue also provides an interview with Josef Zeidler, the CEO of Hilti Czech and Slovak Republic. Last but not least, in the discussion part of the journal, we focus on the performance gaps between family and non-family firms.

assoc. prof. Miroslav Karlíček, Ph.D.

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Central European Business Review is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal focused on strategic business issues with a Central European perspective. The journal is published by the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Economics, Prague. It’s main objective is to bridge the existing gap between academics and practitioners within the region.

The journal is primarily intended for senior management of corporations and other large companies operating in Central Europe as well as for ambitious entrepreneurs managing growing enterprises. Another important target audience includes academics of business faculties in the region

The journal is indexed in EBSCO, ProQuest, OCLC WorldCat, BASE, Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL), Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), RePEc, Google Scholar, Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities, Academic Journals Database, Libraries Resource Directory, CiteULike and Electronic Journals Library.

For more information, visit the website of Central European Business Review (CEBR).