Engineering Economics

The scope of the articles in the journal are devoted to the analysis and assessment of the problems related to engineering economics, managerial decisions, new technologies, strategic models, etc. Thus, a good opportunity is presented to disseminate knowledge, research results, their practical application and further development.

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Vol 26, No 3 (2015)

Table of Contents

ECONOMICS OF ENGINEERING DECISIONS

A multi-objective robust optimization model for a facility location-allocation problem in a supply chain under uncertainty PDF
Sarfaraz Hashemkhani Zolfani, S. Mohammad Arabzad, Mazaher Ghorbani 227-238
A New Perspective on Quality Factors Determining Supply Chain Management of Coffee Production PDF
Ana Horvat, Slobodan Antic, Veljko Jeremic 239-244
Cost overrun risk assessment in the public investment projects: an empirically-grounded research PDF
Linas Jasiukevičius, Asta Vasiliauskaitė 245-254
Reference Model for E-Government Monitoring, Evaluation and Benchmarking PDF
Egidijus Ostašius, Algirdas Laukaitis 255-263
Assessment of Risk Function Using Analytical Network Process PDF
Darja Stepchenko, Irina Voronova 264-271

THE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF ENTERPRISE FUNCTIONING

Factors that foster export commitment: an empirical study in SMEs PDF
Rubén Fernández-Ortiz, Jesus Arteaga-Ortiz, Mónica Clavel San Emeterio 272-283
The relationship between cartels and economic fluctuations PDF
Irena Pekarskienė, Jurgita Bruneckienė 284-294
Can We Boost the Competitiveness of the European Union through Reducing Regional Inequalities in Human Capital? PDF
Lela Tijanić, Alka Obadic 295-305
DRIVERS OF EFFECTIVE RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICIES PDF
BORIS URBAN, Adam Treki 306-314

COMMERCE OF ENGINEERING DECISIONS

Examining the Effects of Decomposed Perceived Risk on Consumer's Online Shopping Behavior: A Field Study in China PDF
Yue Chen, Xiangbin Yan, Weiguo Fan 315-326
Paradigm shift of small and medium-sized enterprises competitive advantage PDF
Valentinas Navickas, Emília Krajňáková, Aida Navikaite 327-332

WORK HUMANISM

Enhancing entrepreneurship education of engineering students for increasing their metacognitive abilities: analysis of students’ self-assessments PDF
Hannes Ling, Urve Venesaar 333-342

INFORMATION

Information about article authors PDF
  343-344
Requirements for the Article to be Published Information layout and editing of the article PDF
  345-347


Print ISSN: 1392-2785
Online ISSN: 2029-5839