Economic University in Bratislava

Košice, Slovakia

Economic University in Bratislava

Košice, Slovakia

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Palascakova D.,Technical University of Košice | Vlckova V.,Economic University in Bratislava
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2013

The theories of regional development, among others, put stress on tertiary education, thus emphasizing the role of universities and colleges, as important centers of scholarship and innovation which enhance the socio-economic growth and competitiveness of the region. Especially in the last two decades of the previous century three basic concepts have characterized the development of the educational system: diversification, differentiation and decentralization. Based on these priorities the school systems of the individual countries originating from specific cultural, political and economic conditions have begun to vary considerably, especially as regards the organizational aspect after the collapse of the former Czechoslovakia, from 1993 to the present. During this period the conditions at colleges and universities and the quality of instruction have changed as well as the number of graduates and regional disparities in the localization of colleges in Slovakia. We are interested in the fact if the growing number of people with academic education has been reflected in economy of various regions of the Slovak Republic. © SGEM2013 All Rights Reserved by the International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM.


Pruzinsky M.,Economic University in Bratislava | Mihalcova B.,Economic University in Bratislava
Production Management and Engineering Sciences - Scientific Publication of the International Conference on Engineering Science and Production Management, ESPM 2015 | Year: 2016

Performance requirements and production efficiency are the starting solution for material flow logistics management. The development of logistics business is directly related to the requirement to reduce its cost. This trend is based on the fact that logistics costs assume all of the activities (i.e. marketing, production as well as distribution logistics). The aim of this paper is to examine the material flow of the enterprise. Material flow includes purchasing, inventory control of raw materials and finished goods, the receipt and storage of materials, production planning, and transport. At present, it represents fully developed technical systems that efficiently and effectively cooperate with production systems. We performed recalculation material consumptions from the largest supplier point of view. Based on the analyzes’ results and calculations we suggest possible solutions in optimization of material flow within the enterprise. © 2016 Taylor & Francis Group, London.

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