Dejan Ravšelj
Dejan Ravšelj
Assistant Professor / Researcher, Faculty of Public Administration, University of Ljubljana
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Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on life of higher education students: A global perspective
A Aristovnik, D Keržič, D Ravšelj, N Tomaževič, L Umek
Sustainability 12 (20), 8438, 2020
A bibliometric analysis of COVID-19 across science and social science research landscape
A Aristovnik, D Ravšelj, L Umek
Sustainability 12 (21), 9132, 2020
Academic student satisfaction and perceived performance in the e-learning environment during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence across ten countries
D Keržič, JK Alex, R Pamela Balbontín Alvarado, DS Bezerra, M Cheraghi, ...
Plos one 16 (10), e0258807, 2021
Impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on life of higher education students: Global survey dataset from the first wave
A Aristovnik, D Keržič, D Ravšelj, N Tomaževič, L Umek
Data in brief 39, 107659, 2021
Higher education students’ achievement emotions and their antecedents in e-learning amid COVID-19 pandemic: A multi-country survey
D Raccanello, R Balbontín-Alvarado, D da Silva Bezerra, R Burro, ...
Learning and Instruction 80, 101629, 2022
E-Government Effectiveness and Efficiency in EU-28 and COVID-19
S Hodzic, D Ravselj, DJ Alibegovic
Cent. Eur. Pub. Admin. Rev. 19, 159, 2021
From neo-Weberian to hybrid governance models in public administration: Differences between state and local self-government
A Aristovnik, E Murko, D Ravšelj
Administrative Sciences 12 (1), 26, 2022
A review of digital era governance research in the first two decades: a bibliometric study
D Ravšelj, L Umek, L Todorovski, A Aristovnik
Future Internet 14 (5), 126, 2022
The Impact of R&D expenditures on corporate performance: evidence from slovenian and world R&D companies
D Ravšelj, A Aristovnik
Sustainability 12 (5), 1943, 2020
The impact of private research and development expenditures and tax incentives on sustainable corporate growth in selected OECD countries
D Ravšelj, A Aristovnik
Sustainability 10 (7), 2304, 2018
Bibliometric analysis of smart public governance research: Smart city and smart government in comparative perspective
P Vujković, D Ravšelj, L Umek, A Aristovnik
Social Sciences 11 (7), 293, 2022
A global student survey “Impacts of the covid-19 pandemic on life of higher education students” Methodological framework
A Aristovnik, D Keržic, D Ravšelj, N Tomaževic, L Umek
Data in Brief 39, 107659, 2020
Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on life of higher education students: A global perspective. Sustainability 2020, 12, 8438
A Aristovnik, D Keržič, D Ravšelj, N Tomaževič, L Umek
DOI: https://doi. org/10.3390/su12208438, 2020
The impact of public R&D subsidies and tax incentives on business R&D expenditures
D Ravšelj, A Aristovnik
International Journal of Economics and Business Administration 8 (1), 160-179, 2020
Tax-related burden on SMEs in the European Union: the case of Slovenia
D Ravšelj, P Kovač, A Aristovnik
Social Sciences 10 (2), 2019
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on online learning in higher education: A bibliometric analysis
A Aristovnik, K Karampelas, L Umek, D Ravšelj
Front. Educ 8, 1225834, 2023
The use of ICT by local general administrative authorities during Covid-19 for a sustainable future: Comparing five European countries
A Aristovnik, P Kovač, E Murko, D Ravšelj, L Umek, M Bohatá, B Hirsch, ...
Sustainability 13 (21), 11765, 2021
Administrative barriers for SMEs in the field of tax compliance and financial and accounting reporting: Evidence from Slovenia
D Ravšelj, A Aristovnik
Problemy Zarządzania, 75-90, 2018
The perception of administrative barriers and their implications for SMEs’ performance: Evidence from Slovenia
M Ropret, A Aristovnik, D Ravšelj
Zagreb International Review of Economics & Business 21 (SCI), 55-68, 2018
R&D subsidies as drivers of corporate performance in Slovenia: The regional perspective
D Ravšelj, A Aristovnik
DANUBE 8 (2), 79-95, 2017
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