2 edition of Libraries in Europe"s post-Communist countries: Their international context found in the catalog.
Libraries in Europe"s post-Communist countries: Their international context
by Polskie Towarzystwo Bibliologiczne, Oddzial w Krakowie
Written in English
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For example, in post-communist European countries, from initial rates of 80%, average turnout rates have reduced to % in some of these countries   . With regards to sub-Saharan. Description: Welfare reforms in post-communist countries are determined by economic and social hardship, democratization of the political systems and rapid structural change. This groundbreaking book provides a comprehensive and systematic empirical assessment of the Central and Eastern European post-communist welfare states in the context of.
Based on the classical typologies of welfare regimes, the study systematically compares 26 European welfare states across three empirical dimensions. This way, the book sheds light on the hybrid patterns of welfare policies in post-communist countries, as they have emerged after the period of transformation, and discusses their future challenges. With the end of the Cold War, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) emerged as the most powerful international institution in history. the Western countries designated the imf as their primary vehicle for funneling aid to the countries that had emerged from the ruins of the Soviet empire and made it responsible for creating a strategy for interacting with them.
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To grasp the full implications of this exhibition, we must see it as the legacy of not one, but four dates. The first three--JulyAugand that night in early November mark, respectively, the opening of the "Degenerate" show in Munich, that summer morning Berliners awoke to find the Soviet-occupied German Democratic Republic building a wall to stem the flow of refugees.
Based on the classical typologies of welfare regimes, the study systematically compares 26 European welfare states across three empirical dimensions.
This way, the book sheds light on the hybrid patterns of welfare policies in post-communist countries, as they have emerged after the period of transformation, and discusses their future ed on: Febru ‘Methodologically rigorous and geographically exhaustive, Post-Communist Welfare States in European Context is an insightful empirical analysis of social policy patterns in Central and Eastern Europe.
It is a must-read for everyone interested in comparing hybrid emerging social protection models in the divergent new Europe with established worlds of welfare in Western : Kati Kuitto.
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and % for. Examining a number of countries at different stages of transition, they argue that democracy has been understood differently in different places and with varying levels of approval. The authors define their research within the context of each country's history and relate their analysis to.
This is the first book providing a comprehensive and systematic empirical assessment of the post-communist welfare states in Central and Eastern Europe in the context of their Western European. "Post-Communist Malaise examines political modernism within the context of post-communist Eastern Europe and the Balkans.
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BOOK EXCERPT: Providing comprehensive insights into the parties and party systems of post-communist EU member states within the framework of each country's specific conditions and developments, this volume examines in particular the cases of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia.
In countries such as Italy and Germany, post-communism is marked by the increased influence of their existing social democrats. The anti-Soviet communist parties in the Western Bloc (e.g. the Trotskyist parties) who felt that the fall of the Soviet Union vindicated their views and predictions did not particularly prosper from it—in fact, some.
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1 INTRODUCTION. This article focuses on the social dimension of well‐being in a context where agency is considered not only as a possibility for individuals to create and change the environment, but as a process of active co‐construction of social reality (Berger & Luckman, ).This includes (re)connection with a community, very often through the new ways of community learning and civic.
Democratization and the European Union: comparing Central and Eastern European post-Communist countries | Morlino, Leonardo; Sadurski, Wojciech | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Get this from a library. Post-Communist Welfare States in European Context: Patterns of Welfare Policies in Central and Eastern Europe.
[Kati Kuitto] -- Welfare reforms in post-communist countries are determined by economic and social hardship, democratization of the political systems and rapid structual change.
This groundbreaking book provides an. It will set the scene for the course and explain why it is relevant to understand this region in the context of regional, European and international geopolitics.
Suggested Reading Batt, J. () “Introduction: Defining Central and Eastern Europe” in S. White, J. Batt & P.G. Lewis, Developments in Central and East European Politics 5. A Culture of Corruption provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive account of how citizens cope with state officials in post-communist Europe, how they feel about their dealings with these officials and what support they give to proposals for reform.
The authors go beyond analysing public perceptions and behavior and look at public attitudes towards proposals for s: 1. Get this from a library. Post-Communist welfare states in European context: patterns of welfare policies in Central and Eastern Europe.
[Kati Kuitto] -- This is the first book providing a comprehensive and systematic empirical assessment of the post-communist welfare states in Central and Eastern Europe in the context of their Western European.
The relationship between the workers dispersed and is clearly mediated by their relationship with the capital. Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas, among other artists from the former communist Europe, are interested in the process, which inflicts serious injuries on the democratization of the Post-Communist societies.Dawisha, Karen, and Stephen Deets.
"Political Learning in Post-Communist Elections." East European Politics and Societ no. 4 (): Fenger, Menno. "The Diffusion of Revolutions: Comparing Recent Regime Turnovers in Five Post-Communist Countries." Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratizat no.
1 (): context. This book serves that important role for transition countries in Southeast Introduction to “Entrepreneurship in Post-Communist Countries: on Economic Growth of Developing.