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M. Mulalic, Higher Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Path Towards Economic Development, in Yucel Ogurlu and Ahmed Kulanic (Eds.) Bosnia and Herzegovina: Law, Society and Politics. , Sarajevo: IUS, 2016, pp. 180-195.
M. Mulalic, Historical and Socio-Cultural Faces of Bosnia-Herzegovina, in Dr. Cuneyt Yenigun and Dr. Ferdinand Gjana (Eds). Balkans: Foreign Affairs, Politics and Socio-Cultures, Tirana: Epoka University Publications, 2011, pp. 239-257.
A. Jeftic, How Bosnian and Turkish Students Acquire English Language: Negative Transfer in Foreign Language Learning, in The Practice of Foreign Language Teaching. Theories and Applications, Cambridge Scholars Publishing , 2015, pp. 10-21.
J. Kaminski, ‘I am the God of My Own Tribe:’ Weinstein and Islam, in Michael A. Weinstein: Action, Contemplation, Vitality., D. Rubenstein and Oprisko, R. New York: Routledge , 2014, pp. 148-166.
A. Mamuti and Ganić, M., Impact of FDI on GDP and Unemployment in Macedonia Compared to Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, in a book: Creative Business and Social Innovations for a Sustainable Future, , vol. 1, Nature Switzerland AG: Springer , 2019.
T. Boz, Intercultural Communication in Turkish and Bosnian Contexts, in Turkish-Balkan Relations: The Future Prospects of Cultural, Political and Economic Transformations and Relations, Istanbul: TASAM, 2013.
T. Boz, Intercultural Interaction between Bosnian and Turkish Students, in Islam in Southeast Europe Past Reflections and Future Prospects, Brunei: University of Brunei Darussalam, UBD Press., 2014.
M. Mulalic, Introduction, in Muhidin Mulalic, Hasan Korkut and Elif Nuroglu (Eds.). Turkish-Balkans Relations: The Future Prospects of Cultural, Political and Economic Transformations and Relations, Istanbul: TASAM, 2013, pp. 9-19.
A. Kulanic, Islamic Schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics , Oxford University Press, 2013.
Jihād vis-à-vis War: A Historical and Conceptual Analysis, in Prof. Dr. Mehmet İpşirli Armağanı [Essays in Honor of Prof. Dr. Mehmet İpşirli], 2013.
V. Ramadani, ADEMI, L., Ratten, V., Palalic, R., and KRUEGER, N., Knowledge creation and relationship marketing in family businesses: A case-study approach, in Knowledge, Learning and Innovation: Research Insights on Cross-Sector Collaborations, 1st ed., Cham: SPRINGER, 2017.
M. Ganić, The Labour Market, Social Inequality and the Role of Emigration: The Case of the Western Balkan Economies: Recent Economic and Social Developments, in Western Balkan Economies in Transition-Recent Economic and Social Developments, 1stst ed., vol. 1, Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Verlag , 2019, pp. 61-72.
A. Mulalic, “Language Learning Strategies and English Language Proficiency.”, in Contemporary Foreign Language Education: Linking Theory into Practice., Edited by Azamat Akbarov and Vivian Cook., 2012.
R. Mullyadzhanov, Ilyushin, B., Hadżiabdić, M., and Hanjalic, K., Large-eddy simulation of a shallow turbulent jet, in Direct and Large Eddy Simulation 9, Springer, 2013.
A. Smajovic, "Make your" / "Make it Yours!", in guide for high school, 2015th ed., Sarajevo: For Foundation of Cultural Heritage without Borders , 2015.
M. Mulalic, Making Good Citizens: Holistic Education and Civil Society, in Chang Lee Hoon, et, al., (Eds). Asia-Pacific Moral, Civic and Citizenship Education: New Visions and New Realities, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya, 2008.
E. Shehaj and Oruc, N., Migration as a Safety Net: Comparative Analysis of Effects of Remittances on Poverty and Inequality in Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina, in Migration for Development, Sarajevo: MHRR, 2015.
R. Roychowdhury, Taoutaou, A., and Ragab Abdel-Gawwad, M., Molecular Marker-Assisted Technologies for Crop Improvement., in Crop Improvement in the Era of Climate Change, 1st ed., Delhi: I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2014.
M. Mulalic, Multiculturalism and EU Enlargement: The Case of Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina , in Ramazan Gozen, Mehmet Bulut and Elif Nuroglu (Eds.). East-West Relations: Turkish and Bosnian Perspectives, Ankara: ADAM, 2009.
M. Mulalic, Multiculturalism and EU Enlargement: The Case of Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina, in Christoph Marcinkowski (Ed.). The Islamic World and the West: Managing Religious and Cultural Identities in the Age of Globalization , Zurich : LIT VERLAG, 2009, pp. 109-127.
M. Mulalic, Muslim Women's NGO's in Bosnia-Herzegovina, in Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
J. Kaminski, The OIC and the Paris 2015 Climate Change Agreement: Islam and the Environment, in Global Governance and Muslim Organizations, M. E. Tok and Pal, L. A. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 171-195.
A. Jeftic, The origins of Language: From Cultural Transmission to Inductive Biases, in Multicultural Language Education. From Research into Practice, Cambridge Scholars , 2014, pp. 18-26.
E. Jahic, "Ottoman architectural heritage in the Balkans", in Mulalic, M, Korkut, H, Nuroglu, E, (Eds). Turkish-Balkans Relations, Istanbul: Tasam Publications, 2013.
The Ottoman Education in the Balkans in the Light of Icazetnames, in Balkanlarda Osmanlı Şehirleri [Ottoman Cities in the Balkans], 2014.
Ottoman Judicial Records as the Major Source for the Ottoman History in the Balkans, in Turkish-Balkans Relations: The Future Prospects of Cultural, Political and Economic Transformations and Relations, 2013.
M. Mulalic, Perceptions of Turkish Cultural Diplomacy in Bosnia and Herzegovina., in Mulalic Muhidin et. al., (Eds.) The Future of Humanities, Education and Creative Industries, Sarajevo: IUS, 2019.
A. Jeftic, Pogled na religijski narativ sa panoptičke distance netrepeljivosti (View on Religious Narrative from the Panoptic Distance of Intolerance), in Demitologizacija religijskih narativa na Balkanu: Uloga religija u (post)konfliktnom društvu i pomirenju, Novi Sad: CIRPD (Centar za istraživanje religije, politike, društva), 2012, pp. 229-233.
L. Panjeta, Public and Private Advertisement in Feature Fiction Content of Global Media (US Mainstream Movie Industry), in How Globalism Influences Journalism, Croatia: JETIC & ICEJ, 2006.
S. Barnes and Oruc, N., Reversing the Bosnian “Brain Drain”: Opportunities and Challenges, in Skills and labour Market in the Western Balkans, Belgrade: FREN and LSEE, 2012.
G. Šimić, Role of Leaders in Post-Conflict Societies: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia, in Global Leadership Initiatives for Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding, IGI Global, 2018.
P. C. Aka, The Senegambia Confederation in Historical Perspective, in African Intellectuals and the State of the Continent: Essays in Honor of Professor Sulayman S. Nyang, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018, pp. 37-66.
J. Kaminski, Is the Shari’ah and Global Governance Compatible? —Islamic Financial Institutions as a Laboratory for Conceptual Analysis, in Global Governance and Muslim Organizations, M. E. Pal and Pal, L. A. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 267-287.
A. Jeftic, Slips of the Tongue: Repressed Thoughts or Prima Facie Evidence of Linguistic Flexibility, in Current Research on Language Learning and Teaching: Case Study of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, pp. 1-8.
M. Mulalic, Socio-Cultural Dimension of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Mesut Idriz and Osman Bakar (Eds.) Islam in Southeast Europe: Past Reflections and Future Prospects., Brunei: UBD Press, 2014, pp. pp. 55-67.

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