Abstract: Some of the latest supplements to the Public Finance Act deal with the local management of public funds and activities and prescribe a procedure for identifying municipalities in a financial difficulty and adopting measures to overcome it. This paper presents a set of methods for analysing the financial variables of individual municipalities on the basis of the methodological guidelines and the information provided by the Ministry of Finance. We have analysed data available as of the end of 2015 about the financial variables of Bulgarian municipalities as they have been defined by legislation and identified some common problems related to the financial management of that segment of the public sector.
Abstract: The behaviour of individuals in a specific situation is determined by their personality traits, the features of the organisation and the specifics of the situation. It is therefore essential that those parameters could be diagnosed promptly and reliably. After studying a number of phenomena that describe individuals’ behaviour in a particular situation, the locus of control and organizational commitment were identified to be the two most useful constructs for assessing organizational environment and predicting probable behaviour of the human factor in organisations. After measuring the values of the two constructs in companies operating in the in the Shipbuilding and ship repair sector in District Varna, it was estab-lished that those constructs have a good predictive value for the situational behaviour of the human factor during a crisis in an organisation.
Abstract: This article covers the problem issues of the organization of a mobile emergency management center of the Main Inspectorate of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Moldova. The key objectives assigned to the Situational Center have been determined, as well as the peculiarities of the developing organizational structure of the information interoperability of the Center’s employees, providing the composition of subsystems and the directions aimed at enhancing efficiency.
Abstract: This article looks at the relationship between success, the role of personal and professional quality and the group, on the one hand, and the significance of a co-activity environment on the other. The final result, which in practice is the achieved objective, is heavily dependent on the components of a co-activity system. Furthermore, even if a high grade is awarded for personal and professional qualities and efficient group activity, the end result might deviate from the expected result to a certain extent. The reasons for this are to be found in a co-activity environment. It is a source of social activity because it can provoke actors to act in a variety of ways. Depending on which of its components have been activated, there may be prerequisites for active or passive behavior. The article also discusses the types of behavior which create an atmosphere of indefiniteness and characterise social activity in relation to co-activity environment and as behavioural dependency over time.