Abstract: Regardless of the increasing role of technology, the main factor of each system are people with their qualities and experience. The fact that nowadays the majority of activities related to collecting, summarising and systematizing of information are carried out by information technologies does not diminish the role of individuals in terms of analysing the results, decision-making and developing an overall company strategy.
To stimulate the creativity of their key employees, companies use different methods of financial incentives. The aim of conducting such policy, on one hand, is to increase employees’ motivation to work and at the same time to encourage their long-term involvement in and commitment to the future of the company.
The object of study in this article is the accounting interpretation of some basic approaches (forms) to financial incentives of bank staff.
Abstract: The article discusses the manner in which tracing, designing and implementing trans-continental meridian transport corridors and axes could facilitate the development of peripheral and marginalized EU regions. We do so after relating the issue of integral connectivity to the framework of a process referred to as re-continentalisation (or, sub-recontintalisation with reference to the European Union).
It presents a vision about better transport connectivity between countries in the eastern part of the EU, and between Bulgaria and Romania in particular. The article states that after their meaningful integration, the specific transport corridors, axes, sub-axes and connectors become an essential tool for the joint (economic, social and environmental) development of some less-developed regions in those countries.
It also identifies specific tools for the conceptualization and development of the EU Road Transport Grid, as well as some ideas and visual models about trans-national meridian transport corridors.
Abstract: The article is outlining the problems and the need for alternative (also called diagonal) approach in the development process of the regions and in particular оn their business spheres. In this regard the first part clarifies the object of study - the region and its business sphere.
The next part is looking for an answer to the questions: how the regions can be transformed into business networks and how to become pillars of their overall (holistic) development; how in the process of their modernization to be used the achievements of megatehnologic revolution of the XXI century?
Afterwards certain models for organizing initiatives for regional /local business changes are presented.