3 edition of Structural changes in transforming Southeastern Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hrsg. von Roland Schönfeld.|
|Series||Sudosteuropa-Studien ;, Bd. 67, Südosteuropa-Studien ;, Heft 67.|
|Contributions||Schönfeld, Roland., Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft (Germany), Conference on Structural Changes in Transforming Southeastern Europe (1999 : Nymphenburg, Munich, Germany)|
|LC Classifications||HC244.5 .S778 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2001359048|
Structural change. 21 April Introduction; society and the world of work. The White paper on the future of Europe maps out the drivers of change in the next decade and presents a range of scenarios for how Europe could evolve by Read less. Transforming production and employment in Europe. Read "Book Review: Transforming National Holidays: Identity discourse in the West and South Slavic countries, – (Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture), edited by Ljiljana Šarić, Karen Gammelgaard and Kjetil Rå Hauge, Southeastern Europe" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands .
DESCRIPTION | This one-week course examines the role of foreign direct investment (FDI) in economic growth and structural change, and its importance in the transition process. Special attention is given to theoretical and practical aspects of attracting FDI to countries in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CESEE). Russia - Russia - The Khrushchev era (–64): After Stalin’s death in , a power struggle for leadership ensued, which was won by Nikita Khrushchev. His landmark decisions in foreign policy and domestic programs markedly changed the direction of the Soviet Union, bringing détente with the West and a relaxation of rigid controls within the country.
The book collection of institutional publications of the Center for Policy Studies include the volumes edited and published by the Center for Policy Studies. The Political Background of Structural Changes in the Educational System of Hungary, , Assessing the Record of Anticorruption Assistance in Southeastern Europe., "Transforming Europe is a book containing rich empirical studies on a wide-ranging number of issues related to the general question of the transformation of the nation-state under pressure from European integration. The open-ended conclusions signify that the research agenda of Europeanization is still in its preliminary stages, and that much Format: Paperback.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Contains essays from the Conference on Structural Changes in Transforming Southeastern Europe which was held on Aprilin Nymphenburg, Munich, Germany--P.
Long-term structural changes in transforming Central & Eastern Europe. München: Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft, in cooperation with the Center for European and Russian Studies, University of California, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: T Iván Berend.
Transforming Europe: Europeanization and Domestic Change CHAPTER TWO The Europeanization of Gender Equality Policy and Domestic Structural Change. This book investigates how the process of European integration and Europeanization in general affect the domestic structures of the member states in the European Union (EU).
The book is an engrossing account of south-eastern Europe within the framework of global history. Marie-Janine Calic ‘explores the interrelationship between southeastern Europe and distant continents and cultures, as well as how border-transcending processes and interactions were perceived, shaped, and socially constructed’ (p.
Europeanization and domestic change: introduction / Thomas Risse, Maria Green Cowles, James Caporaso -- The Europeanization of gender equality policy and domestic structural change / James Caporaso, Joseph Jupille -- Differential Europe: national administrative responses to community policy / Adrienne Héritier -- Institutional reform in telecommunications: the European.
Structural Change: A structural change is an economic condition that occurs when an industry or market changes how it functions or operates. A structural change will shift the parameters of an.
This paper analyses structural change in the European Union (EU) over the. In economics, structural change is a shift or change in the basic ways a market or economy functions or operates. Such change can be caused by such factors as economic development, global shifts in capital and labor, changes in resource availability due to war or natural disaster or discovery or depletion of natural resources, or a change in political system.
In The Economic Transformations in East and Central Europe the contributors argue that the area's economic history over the last century contains vital legacies that will shape its economic future.
The book is an invaluable guide to understanding the current and future problems of this volatile region, and includes analysis of individual countries. At that time, the future of democracy in Central and Southeastern Europe was unclear and the countries in the Southeastern tier lagged behind those in Central Europe.
Bulgaria and Romania saw a change of leadership in November and Decemberthe former through a palace coup, the latter through a combination of a violent revolution and a coup. of structural transformation that have accom-panied modern economic growth.
To this end, it defines structural transformation and dis-cusses how it happens, what it entails, how to measure it, and what structural transformation trends countries have followed.
Definitions and key concepts Also denoted as structural change, structural. But under (21) a constant growth path (CGP) exists and structural change takes place despite the fact that interest rate and share of capital in national income are constant.
Equilibrium path can be consistent with Kaldor facts and a continuous process of structural change. Daron Acemoglu (MIT) Advanced Growth Lecture 19 Noverm 18 / This paper analyses structural change in the European Union (eu) over the past two decades, with the aim of providing some guidelines for the Western Balkan (wb) countries.
The book. The speed with which this structural transformation takes place is the key factor that differentiates successful countries from unsuccessful ones.
That said, they go on to note that structural transformation can be growth-enhancing or growth-reducing depending on the reallocation of labour.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The book focuses on the area of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CESEE), not least because this region has been largely successful through a profound transition period.
Highlighting the social aspects and distributional effects of reforms that go beyond liberalization and deregulation, the book covers key issues facing Europe in the. Serbia is a small and fast-growing country located in southeastern Europe and surrounded by Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
Thanks to its highways (Corridors 10 and 11) and river network (the total length of navigable rivers and channels is 1, km), especially Danube.
This paper attempts to describe and assess the achievements of the countries of South Eastern Europe - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Romania, and Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - in pursuing structural economic reforms in the period since the end of the Kosovo conflict.
Michael Landesmann currently works at the Vienna Institute for Internetional Economic Studies (wiiw; ) and is Professor of economics at the. Economic Crisis, Development and Competitiveness in Southeastern Europe Economic Cycles in Emerging and Advanced Countries Economic Cycles, Crises, and the Global Periphery.
Publishing cutting-edge, original research and contributing to a more profound understanding of Southeastern Europe while focusing on contemporary perspectives the series aims to explain the past and seeks to examine how it shapes the present.The agreed collective mission is to make these cities into some of the best possible places in Europe to live, work and visit by Within this, we have set ourselves these radical goals.