BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics <p align="justify">BizInfo (Blace) is scientific journal that prints out twice a year (at the end of June and December). The publisher of the journal is Academy of Professional Studies South Serbia, Department of Business Studies Blace, Serbia. First issue was published at 28.06.2010. Mission of the journal is presenting the latest theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of economics, management, tourism, computer science and informatics.&nbsp;</p> en-US (Goran Perić) (Aleksandar Zakić) Wed, 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Analysing the satisfaction of halal restaurant guests through online ratings on TripAdvisor <p><em>Providing halal products is one of the key factors in the lives of members of the Islamic faith. The physical and economic availability of halal food has an important place in the decision-making process about the movements of Muslim tourists. Currently, the Halal market is rapidly expanding, contributing to an increase in the number of the Muslim population and their travels. The main goal is to analyse the satisfaction of halal restaurant guests expressed through online numerical ratings. Authors used automated techniques for collecting guests’ ratings. Restaurants that were analysed were chosen by selecting the criteria “halal” on TripAdvisor. Information about the origin of reviewers and gender are also collected. The paper also tries to answer the question whether the origin of guests and type of halal restaurants have an influence on their satisfaction with services in selected facilities. The results indicated the presence of significant differences in guest’s satisfaction among different types of restaurants. One of the possible limitations of this research is an insufficient number of evaluating criteria for expressing a satisfaction which are available on TripAdvisor for analysis that is more precise.</em></p> Jelena Tepavčević, Milan Bradić, Slobodan Luković Copyright (c) 2021 BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics Wed, 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Interdependence of stock exchange indices from leading capital markets: USA, Germany and Japan Stock Market <p><em>In the context of globalization, due to the accelerated process of economic integration of countries and financial markets, the interdependence of the world's leading financial markets is more than obvious. This paper investigates the interdependence of stock exchange indices from leading capital markets in the world: USA, European Union and Asia. Our intention is to determine the direction of causality between the observed capital markets, as well as whether and in what way shocks in one market are transmitted to other markets. Research methodology includes stationarity testing, the existence of cointegration, the application of the Vector Autoregressive Model (VAR) which is complemented by the Granger causality test and the Impulse Response Function (IRF) analysis. The results of the research are as follows. Johansen's cointegration test showed that there is no long-term equilibrium relationship between the observed markets, while Granger's test showed that there is mutual causality between the capital markets of Germany and the United States. As for the Japanese index, previous events in Germany and the United States are statistically significant, but previous events on the Tokyo Stock Exchange cannot explain movements in Germany and the United States. According to the results of the IRF analysis, &nbsp;shocks that may occur in the US market have an almost identical impact on all observed markets. On the other hand, disturbances on the Japanese market are not transmitted to the German and American market, ie. remain in Japan.</em></p> Milena Marjanović, Ivan Mihailovic, Ognjen Dimitrijević Copyright (c) 2021 BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics Wed, 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0000 The turning point in tourist facilities in Sarajevo Bazaar at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century <p><em>The purpose of the study is to present the buildings and sites in Sarajevo Bazaar that stand for the touristic area during the period of power transition between the Ottoman Empire and the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Many commercial buildings, shops, warehouses and dairies, as well as larger buildings that were used for trade – "</em><em>bezistan" were built in the area of the Sarajevo Bazaar in the 15th and 16th centuries. Gazi Husrev-beg played a significant role in the development of Sarajevo together with his properties and goods that are today the endowed properties of a Gazi Husrev-beg Waqf. Sarajevo was a very important and central point of economy and trade in that time. Nowadays tourists are attracted to a city by the natural beauty of its surroundings, architectural and historical monuments, cultural and educational institutions, industry and trade, yet in earlier times the visitors were mainly the traveling merchants coming for trade who used to stay longer, buying and selling various goods. There were many inns including 4 big caravanserais in</em><em> Sarajevo built for guests from abroad. During the Austro-Hungarian occupation, the first hotels and cafes of the European type were opened in the city. Almost all caravanserais were out of use at the time of power transition, replaced with newly built hotels which brought a new cultural scope to Sarajevo. There is only one caravanserai that survived until now. All the aforementioned confirm the thesis that from today's perspective, the transition of power between the Ottoman Empire and Austro-Hungarian monarchy was not smooth in terms of architecture and tourism. </em></p> Ahmed Obralić, Adi Ćorović Copyright (c) 2021 BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics Wed, 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Inclusion – movement for open and fair education <p><em>Education is of inestimable importance for a person. The process of education implies the acquisition of knowledge and acquisition of skills and habits for developing abilities, forming a view of the world, as well as nurturing work on self-learning. However, there are also students with special educational needs who need to be included in the educational process. Inclusion is a new model of organized teaching and learning that implies not only the inclusion of children with disabilities in the regular educational system, but also the inclusion of the child in the social life of the community at all levels. Within the model of inclusive teaching, the rights of every child to education have been recognized and conditions have been created for the realization of that right. The sources of legal regulations on which inclusive education relies can be found in internationally ratified documents and documents of a national character that relate in whole or in part to inclusion. Having in mind the topicality of this problem and its application in the education system, inclusive education should be the subject of further research in our environment, because previous research has mainly focused on examining attitudes towards children with disabilities in inclusive education.</em></p> Ivan Nikčević, Jelena Krulj, Milica Krulj-Mladenovic, Vesna Jokanović Copyright (c) 2021 BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics Wed, 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Analysis of basic problems in the process of corporate governance management <p><em>The management of the corporation directs its activities, above all, towards the realization of the goal, increasing the value of the company, while satisfying the interest of those who delegated them.</em> <em>In this process, it is evident that the interests of the managers themselves are not pushed into the background, on the contrary, the management of the corporation realizes them in parallel with the interests of the owners-shareholders.</em> <em>This understanding becomes too narrow a framework for presenting the basic problems that arise in the corporate governance average.</em> <em>It is necessary to take into account the interests of other interest groups that work in the corporation itself or perform some of the business activities with it.</em> <em>Therefore, corporate governance should be viewed as a system that is complex and dynamic in its structure and that adapts to the internal needs of the corporation but also to other stakeholders from the environment while providing the necessary continuity in work, growth and development.</em></p> Sonja Dogandzic, Anja Dogandžić Copyright (c) 2021 BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics Wed, 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +0000