Social, economic and financial organization environment

There are many aspects in a globalized economy in relation to which the environment’s relationship with organizations are studied. Within the research area, the conducted studies are focused mainly on social as well as economical and financial environments are analyzed. Quantitative analysis and prognosis methods are widely employed in studies on retirement systems, social welfare state models and inter-generational relations, labor markets, financial markets or energy markets.

Among the conducted research projects, many could be characterized as analyses in macro scale, while the output are related to the organization level. In this manner changes in the dynamic organization environment are identified in a national and global market scale. The changes’ influence on modern organization functioning are analyzed retrospective as well as prospectively.

Retirement systems, labor markets and inter-generational relations studies yield results of significance for labor market supply creation perspective at the economy level and in turn for human resources and HR management at an organizational level. On the other hand, qualitative studies and computer-assisted textual data processing techniques are employed in studies of financial market employment-participant relationships. Consequently, communication practices are identified, as well as their creation process, and the consequences of their use are assessed.

Moreover, regulatory changes and financial market oversight on entrepreneurship functioning are analyzed. Electrical energy market analysis using artificial neural networks (ANNs) constitute yet another important research topic. Energy demand and its price, which are the basic conditions of business decisions for companies in the sector, are modeled. Last but not least, ANNs are employed in the area of management accounting in studies of product life cycle assessment cost prognoses.

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