Verslo ir teisės aktualijos / Current Issues of Business and Law

ISSN 1822-9530 print
ISSN 2029-574X online


Current Issues of Business and Law (CIBL) is a periodical journal of peer-reviewed papers published by the International School of Law and Business, Lithuania. CIBL publishes original scientific papers on the latest research dealing with various aspects of business economics, management and law. The journal has been published twice a year since 2008.

The areas of research of the journal include, but are not limited to the following:

• Economic Development;
• Global Business;
• Business Environment;
• Sustainable Development;
• Strategic Management and Marketing;
• Quality Management;
• Finance and Investment;
• Mathematical Methods in Economics and Management;
• Comparative Law;
• Business Law;
• International Economic Law;
• Labour Law;
• Commercial Law;
• Corporate Law;
• Competition Law.


The papers published in the journal Current Issues of Business and Law are abstracted by the following international databases: EBSCOhost (Business Source Complete and TOC Premier), EconLit, Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management, IndexCopernicus and ProQuest ( Ulrich’sTMand SummonTM), DOAJ.

All papers published in the journal are reviewed by at least two reviewers: by editors of the Editorial Board and by the experts appointed by the editors.

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Register as a user in “Open Journal Systems”, fill in the application form there and submit the manuscript. Printed, filled in and signed, the Transfer of Copyright Agreement should be mailed by post. Editorial correspondence should be e-mailed by the address below.

Assoc. prof. dr. Izolda Jokšienė,
Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal Current Issues of Business and Law,
International School of Law and Business
Laisvės Ave. 58,  LT-05120 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone +370 5 240 1050
Fax +370 5 246 03 00

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Vol 7, No 2 (2012)

Table of Contents

Research papers

Legal regulation of temporary agency employment in the European Union: From the beginning to modern interpretation PDF
Daiva Petrylaitė, Simonas Kuoras 233–247
Is the existing concept of copyright still justified in the information society? PDF
Ingrida Veiksa 248–262
Is impersonalization of personal data of parties in civil proceedings necessary and lawful? PDF
Mari Männiko, Paulius Galubickas, Andis Burkevics 263–279
Problems of regulation of the alternative dispute resolution mechanism in consumer disputes in Lithuania PDF
Danguolė Bublienė, Eglė Zemlytė 280–299
Accounting practices in the U.S. and Europe: Law and linguistic issues in an international context PDF
Pietro Manzella 300–320
Impact of the proposal of the European Commission to recast the Brussels I Regulation on future tendencies of the European Union civil procedure PDF
Vigita Vėbraitė 321–332
Corruption in the private sector: Issues of criminalization PDF
Salomėja Zaksaitė 333–350
Experience of growth and continuity in SMEs: A study on the growth aspects of the tourism industry in the Netherlands PDF
Taeke Tuinstra, Johan Mekkes, Hiske Koldijk 351–364
Dynamics of capital markets and its impact on the cost of equity PDF
Dimiter N. Nenkov 365–386
Enablers and qualifiers for the novel creative industry PDF
Ton De Winter 387–403
Evaluation of Lithuanian mutual funds performance using the multi-criteria evaluation model PDF
Jelena Stankevičienė, Asta Bernatavičienė 404–422
Principles of evaluation of the overall quality level of financial statement audit services PDF
Algis Žvirblis 423– 436
Impact of personnel / human resources management departments on the performance of Lithuanian enterprises PDF
Rima Česynienė, Asta Stankevičienė 437–455

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