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Advantages and disadvantages of Serbian market for exporting “Vinag 1847” wines
Ivana Milivojević, 2023, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: This study investigates the main advantages and disadvantages of the Serbian market as a potential market for the import of Slovenian wines, more specifically, the wines from the wine cellar “Vinag 1847”. Structured interviews were conducted with four participants from different Serbian wine sectors regarding the current wine trends and how the Slovenian wines are presented on the market. Furthermore, the quantitative analysis was performed during the Belgrade Wine Salon in the form of a questionnaire, and it was answered by 60 randomly picked visitors who tasted the wines at the “Vinag 1847” exhibition table. They answered the questions about their personal buying behaviour and evaluated the selected “Vinag 1847” wine offer which was presented at the wine salon. The participants of the quantitative and qualitative analysis have pointed out that Serbian market is expanding, and its wine culture has been evolving, together with the new generations, in new ways. The main advantages are at the same time also the disadvantages of the market which is still in the process of manifestation. With a wide local and regional wine offer and the customer base whose interest in the new wines both from Serbia and abroad has been increasing, Serbia is evaluated as the challenging country for the wine export industry.
Keywords: wine, Serbian market, Vinag 1847, foreign exchange
Published in RUNG: 14.07.2023; Views: 964; Downloads: 0
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An Overview of the Characteristics of Free Market Economies
Andi Jamšek, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: In this work we are collecting and processing basic information that allows us a general overview of the five most popular global, free market economies which are: the exchange of currency (foreign exchange), rare metals, stocks, residential real estate and the cryptocurrency markets. By having more in-depth knowledge about the possibilities that each separate financial instrument or asset offers we are devising a strategy suited for different types of investors. Any economical system in its most natural state will create some sort of dynamic; it is possible to draw parallels between the free-economy and the Lotka-Volterra predator behaviour equations, which can help us to better visualise the behaviour of such systems. We try to compare the model with real life scenarios that had greatly affected some of the economies, one of them being the popularization of cryptocurrencies in 2017 and the other being the most recent Coronavirus epidemic. By having a rough comparison we can see a clearer picture of the practical uses and the necessities of having an increased and better selection of such models.
Keywords: free market, investing, cryptocurrency, stocks, foreign exchange, Lotka-Volterra predator/prey equations
Published in RUNG: 28.06.2021; Views: 3056; Downloads: 101
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Removal of copper from aqueous solutions with zeolites and possible treatment of exhaust materials
Nataša Zabukovec Logar, Iztok Arčon, Janez Kovač, Margarita Popova, 2021, original scientific article

Abstract: The mechanism of Cu2+ loading into commercially available natural HEU-type and synthetic LTA-type zeolites for their possible use in environmental processes, such as water and air treatment applications, was studied. Elemental analysis, SEM/EDXS, XRD, XAS and XPS analyses revealed 4-fold coordination of Cu2+ cations with oxygen atoms in the pores, a predominant location of copper atoms on the surface of crystallites and retained crystallinity of zeolites throughout the processes. The post-treatment of Cu2+-loaded samples with HCl and/or NaCl solutions confirmed the predominantly reversible sorption of copper on zeolites from aqueous solutions by ion-exchange mechanism and, therefore, excellent regeneration possibilities for both types of zeolites. Furthermore, with the calcination of exhaust metal-loaded zeolites, catalysts for total toluene oxidation reaction, as a model VOC pollutant, were obtained.
Keywords: Cu2+ ion exchange, Total toluene oxidation, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Zeolite
Published in RUNG: 03.06.2021; Views: 2066; Downloads: 153
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Synthesis of inorganic anisotropic nanoparticles
Blaž Belec, invited lecture at foreign university

Keywords: Magnetic nanoparticles, anisotropic nanoparticles, exchange coupled nanoparticles
Published in RUNG: 10.04.2019; Views: 3437; Downloads: 0
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