5 edition of Transition in Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Arie Kuyvenhoven, Olga Memedovic, and Nico van der Windt.|
|Contributions||Kuyvenhoven, Arie., Memedović, Olga., Windt, N. van der|
|LC Classifications||HF1532.15.D44 T73 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||95049482|
This book uses these debates to illuminate the changing gender regimes in countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It has particular significance as countries in the region make the transition from communism and into a European Union that has issues of women's employment, work-life balance, and gender equality at the heart of its social policy. It is increasingly important to understand the complexity of central and southeastern Europe following the enlargement of NATO into Central Europe, the ongoing problems of the Balkans, and the subsequent focus of global attention on the entire region. Gardner brings together exceptional French and Eastern European scholars who present first-hand accounts of their experience and .
This book, written on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall in , addresses three questions that relate to recession, recovery, and reform, respectively, in Europe and Central Asia (ECA) transition countries. Representing viewpoints seldom available to outsiders, the contributors to Crime and Transition in Central and Eastern Europe analyze changes in criminal activities and crime control strategies in the region, explain the political background underlying these developments, and assess their long-term social impact.
Economic Transition in Central and Eastern Europe: Planting the Seeds - Ebook written by Daniel Gros, Alfred Steinherr. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Economic Transition in Central and Eastern Europe: Planting the Seeds. Despite its limitations and shortfalls stemming from the lack of a class analysis of the transition from socialism to capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe, Pula’s book Globalization Under and After Socialism makes an important contribution to our understanding of the institutional dynamics of transnational capital and post-socialist.
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Poverty among the Roma minority is one of the most challenging development issues facing the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Conditions have deteriorated more severely for Roma than for others, and Roma have been poorly positioned to take advantage of emerging economic and civic opportunities. : Transition in Central and Eastern European Politics, The (): Derleth, J.
William: BooksReviews: 2. Describes the transition from one political and social order to the next from the perspective of criminology ; Authors from the region concerned Transition in Central and Eastern Europe book about crime problems in their own countries Comparative crime data on modern Central/Eastern Europe is rare, and trends have not been previously explored on this scale; see more benefits.
Analysing the key problems facing the transition countries in Central and Eastern Europe, this book describes the legacy of the central planners and the need for radical reforms.
It documents the outstanding successes and failures, and shows how some countries have graduated from 'transition' to 'integration' through membership of the European Reviews: 1. Get this from a library. Crime and transition in Central and Eastern Europe. [Alenka Šelih; Aleǎ Završnik;] -- "Full-scale political change affects every level of a society, but perhaps nowhere as strikingly as in the areas of crime policy and law enforcement.
Over the past two decades, the European nations. Central and eastern Europe over the past 30 years has witnessed one of the most dramatic economic spurts of growth that any region of the.
Aiming to deliver a new synthesis of regional development issues at the crossroads between ‘post-socialism’ and ‘post-transition’, this book identifies the main driving forces of spatial restructuring in Central and Eastern Europe, and charts the different regional development paths which take shape against the backdrop of post-crisis.
4 | The New Role of Central and Eastern Europe in International Democracy Support It should be noted that Eastern EU democracy promotion has at times been inconsistent, ad hoc, and of only low priority.
Often, violations of democracy and human rights abroad. The panelists discussed the transition from communism to democracy in Eastern and Central Europe. Gershman described the situation as an unfinished revolution.
Democratic gains may be more. Transition in Central and Eastern Europe Implications for EU-LDC Relations. Editors: Kuyvenhoven, A., Memedovic, Olga, van der Windt, Nico (Eds.) Free Preview.
Buy this book eB29 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free. This book examines the evolution of trade and trade patterns in Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC) and assesses the implications of these patterns on structural change and economic development within transition economies.
Taking the fall of the Iron Curtain in as a starting point. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Central and Eastern Europe in transition. Commack, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, (OCoLC) Representing viewpoints seldom available to outsiders, the contributors to Crime and Transition in Central and Eastern Europe analyze changes in criminal activities and crime control strategies in the region, explain the political background underlying these developments, and assess their long-term social impact.
Experts from Slovenia, Hungary. The editors XXI Foreword I am glad the first meeting of this network is on the developing country dimension of pan-European integration, for two reasons.
Firstly, politi cal and economic liberalization in Central and Eastern Europe makes it possible, even necessary, to discuss such an issue. The situation of the Roma (or gypsies) in Central and Eastern Europe is one of the most challenging issues to emerge during the transition from socialism.
As the socialist regimes collapsed and a free market economy was introduced, economic opportunities increased. However, job security and housing deteriorated. While political participation throughout the population surged, so did ethnic.
Eastern Europe is the eastern part of the European is no consistent definition of the precise area it covers, partly because the term has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, cultural, and socioeconomic connotations.
There are "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region". A related United Nations paper adds that "every assessment of. The purpose of this book is to move beyond the approach which views energy as a purely geopolitical tool of the Russian state and assumes a 'one size fits all' approach to energy security in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
It argues that in order to fully understand Russian involvement in the. Central and Eastern Europe is a term encompassing the countries in Central Europe (the Visegrád Group), the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Europe (the Balkans), usually meaning former communist states from the Eastern Bloc (Warsaw Pact) in rly literature often uses the abbreviations CEE or CEEC for this term.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and. When communism fell inthe question for most Eastern European countries was not whether to go to a market economy, but how to get there. Several years later, the difficult process of privatization and restructuring continues to concern the countries of the region.
The Transition in Eastern Europe, Volumes 1 and 2 is an analysis of the experiences of various countries making the. How have national identities changed, developed and reacted in the wake of transition from communism to democracy in Central and Eastern Europe.
This book defines and examines new autonomous differences adopted at the state and the supranational level in the post-transitional phase of the. The challenges and dilemmas posed by these developments to the stability of the region are the central focus of Central and Eastern Europe: The Challenge of Transition.
Recognizing the need to adopt an approach doing justice to what is unquestionably a momentous process of change, the book focuses on the security implications of continuing.
The purpose of this book is to move beyond the approach which views energy as a purely geopolitical tool of the Russian state and assumes a 'one size fits all' approach to energy security in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).Two decades have passed since the transition to democracy began in Eastern Europe.
Today, West and East-Central European countries share a common political space - the European Union.