In 2016 Ljubica Knezevic Cvelbar received "Thea Sinclair Award for Journal Article Excellence" for paper: "Why Negative Outputs are Often Ignored: A Comprehensive Measure of Hotel Performance" publish in Tourism Economics in 2015, 21(4), pages 761-773 in coauthorship with A. George Assaf. It is prestigious international award for the best paper in the field of tourism economics.
E.02 International awardsCOBISS.SI-ID: 22720230
Prof. Prašnikar is a president of the programme board of the yearly Portorož Business Conference (PKP), which serves as a communication platform for academic and business community members and deals with important economic and social issues. Research group gives special attention to selected research topic and its relevance for enterprises in the region. Papers published in established international journals are firstly presented in the conference book in their initial phase. Round tables host established practitioners from domestic and foreign firms, academics, and politicians. 600¬800 participants come to the conference mainly from CEE.
B.02 Presiding over the programming board of a conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 287187968
Paper analyzes cross-border water supply challenges within the complexity of water supply management, mainly because of the doubled reality of administrative, legal, accounting and decision-making processes. Existing costs and mechanisms of their incurrence in the cross-border context should be carefully examined based on proper allocation of variable and fixed costs of water abstraction and water delivery, with special attention on recognized inefficiencies. Analyzed water pricing of existing cross-border WSS utilities clearly demonstrates a wide plethora of applied water pricing approaches mainly based on pure negotiation principles demonstrating different and often heavily asymmetric bargaining positions of partners. In order to overcome this situation applicable water pricing principles were presented. National guidelines and academic publications endorse two possible approaches: marginal cost approach and full cost recovery approach. Paper presents the applicability of these approaches for cross-border water supply and provides a practical model for costs’ allocation. The model is demonstrated on real business cases of three water utilities from South East Europe.
B.03 Paper at an international scientific conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 7807329
International conference organization and chairing on topics that research in advertising.
B.01 Organiser of a scientific meetingCOBISS.SI-ID: 34150749
Author defines four essential (fundamental) elements of insolvency law, namely: (1) the purpose and objectives of insolvency law, (2) the timely commencement of insolvency proceedings, (3) the relationship between winding up and financial reorganization proceedings and (4) the issue of the (re)distribution of preinsolvency entitlements. With the use of interdisciplinary research methods, the author has analyzed the anatomy of corporate insolvency law and on this basis made an assessment of the international comparability of insolvency law systems of four major representatives of legal families namely U.S and England as representatives of the common law system, France as the representative of the roman (civil) law family and Germany as the representative of the German (civil) law family.
C.02 Editorial board of a national monographCOBISS.SI-ID: 282738688