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Zdravka Andonova – Models for managing crisis communication: аpplicability of political


organizations .... 5


Iliyana Ankova – Public sector accounting hight education in Bulgaria .... 27


Bancho Banov – Five social contracts – problems and solutions for Bulgaria 43


Olympia Vedar – Didactic and methodical aspects of formation and development of


communication skills among futute managers (part two) 53


Maria Vidolova – Standards and risk in the banking sphere. Opportunities to measure


market risk ..... 73


Raya Kanazireva – Socially Responsible Investment: Potential for Sustainable


Entrepreneurship 107


Toni Kondzhov – Economic analysis of the market of paintings (oil painting) .. 129


Yiannis Contoyiannis, Michael Hanias, Lykourgos Magafas – The study of capital decline


on the number of successive transactions in the real economy . 141


Neviana Krasteva – Co creation of Value as a Trend in Contemporary Marketing ... 149


Bozhidar Nedev – Behavioral biases and their influence on the actions of investors . 169


Teodora Peneva – Energy poverty in Bulgaria ..... 188


Teodor Sedlarski – Political economy of social status: Economic and socio-psychological


effects of status competition on ‘Winner-take-all’ markets . 211


Petar Tashev – Factors, affecting decisions for professional facility management services .. 279


Galina Tchalakova-Todorova – Factors influencing retail pricing of liquid fuels in


Bulgarian fuel market .... 293


Mariya Trifonova – Renewable energy sector development in Bulgaria – an institutional


analysis ... 311