Abstract: The article presents insurable risk as the necessity which determines the decision of signing an insurance contract. It also outlines all relationships between the insurer and the insured which are presented as the driving force behind the motivation for using various insurance services. An emphasis is put on the fact that insurable interest is a specific concept from insurance law and cannot be identified with the concept of “interest” as it is used in everyday life. The article also discusses certain definitions and statements regarding insurable interest expressed by a number of authors, including foreign ones, who worked in this field. The authors support the idea that not only a particular insured party has an insurable risk but also the entire insurance pool.
Abstract: Due to the complex and dynamic situation in commodities markets, Bulgarian industrial enterprises need to apply more flexible and efficient approaches in order to adapt promptly to contemporary challenges. Industrial enterprises seek to demonstrate behaviour which will enable them to maintain and expand their market positions, respond adequately to changes in consumer demand and react to increasing competition. The aim of this article is to examine the market behaviour of Bulgarian industrial enterprises on the basis of theoretical and empirical research and to summarise some of the specific features of this market behaviour.
Abstract: In this paper, the term “interpersonal relationships” is defined as a scientific category. On the basis of particular literary sources, we view some expressions of interpersonal relationships. The research is based on the possibility of the selective application of Timothy Leary’s methodology. It presents concise characteristics of the: authoritative-leadership relationship; independent-dominating relationship; straightforward-aggressive relationship; distrustful-sceptic relationship; submissive-timid relationship; dependent-obedient relationship; cooperative-conventional and responsible-generous relationship.
Abstract: The successful managerial communication is one of the most widely spread and complex problems of social organizations. It also determines the effectiveness of the management process. The managerial skills are of key importance for the positive communication and successful realization of management activities. These skills are instrumental for the development and improvement of the new social and economic relationships in our society, which functions under the conditions of the increasingly globalizing 21st century economy.