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Zeszyt Naukowy (46)

Edition: 2017

Articles count: 4

We are pleased to present a new issue of the Scientific Journal (No 46) of the School of Banking and Management. The current issue includes texts concerning management. After a review procedure, all the papers have been accepted for the publication and they can be helpful both in the teaching process and business operations.


ASSESSMENT OF GMINA’S CAPACITY TO CO-FINANCE A PROJECT WITH CONTRIBUTION OF EU FUNDS

mgr Mirosław Legutko

The aim of this study is to evaluate legal regulations limiting the amount of debt incurred by gminas (basic units of local government in Poland) and the impact these regulations have on local governments’ capacity to absorb financial resources from the European Union. The method used to evaluate the legal regulations involved analyses of documents of legislative nature, i.e. the Public Finance Act as well as the Regulation of the Minister of Finance on the Multiannual Financial Forecast of Local Self-Government of January 10, 2013 (Journal of Laws 2015 item 92). The analyses conducted in this study cover the period from 2011 (the rule providing that current expenditure should be covered from current revenues under article 242 of the Public Finance Act), with particular emphasis on the period from 2014 (the individual debt ratio from article 243 of the aforementioned act). The evaluation of the functioning of these regulations covers the period from the date when the laws came into f

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE GOOD PRACTICES AND THE PROFITABILITY OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN POLAND

dr Mariusz Bołoz

The aim of the article is to investigate which bank characteristics coincide with the implementation of the principles of corporate governance in companies that listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) and to check whether the compliance to the rules coincides with bank profitability measures. The empirical part of the article presents estimate parameters of regression models for panel data, where dependent variables were the profitability and the compliance measures of corporate governance rules on GPW, while independent variables represented various characteristics of banks

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MOBILE APPLICATION TO GENERATE NUTRITION PLANS FOR DIABETICS AND OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE

inż. Michał Kuchciak, dr inż. Janusz Majewski, dr inż. Małgorzata Żabińska

Currently, together with an increasing number of people with serious chronic diseases, autoimmunological diseases, food allergies and other civilization diseases, there is a growing group of people who take care of their health in order to improve longevity and the quality of life. Apart from physical activity and sports, healthy and balanced diet is of significant importance in the achievement of their goal. The article presents operations aiming at the development of an Android-based mobile application to support the users to maintain an adequate diet through the generation of medically sound nutrition plans. The Android system provides the opportunity to program applications that can be used on the devices of different manufacturers and in a wide price range, which makes it possible to reach a significant group of customers.

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PERIODIC STAFF ASSESSMENT SYSTEM IN A PRESENT-DAY COMPANY – THEORY AND PRACTICE – AS ILLUSTRATED BY THE CHEMTEX LTD COMPANY*

mgr Patrycja Budziak, dr Artur Figurski

It is commonly known that employees are a crucial capital for their employer and no organization can operate properly without their knowledge, skills and, first of all, loyalty and commitment. A simple way to keep an employee in the company may be sometimes to change the manager’s attitude and to talk openly with the employee. Perhaps it will be enough to offer some training that will develop employee’s competencies and expertise or to talk about emerging problems on an on-going basis. Employees frequently need a word of praise or appreciation from their superiors and they may be frustrated if they do not get it. One can often hear the opinion that employees hand in their notices because of their superior and not the company itself. Thus, as regards the Company under investigation, it seems obvious that the managing staff should be made more conscious of their responsibilities; their duties that are not related to management itself should be limited so that they have more time and op

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