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  • Florian Bieber
    Jan 10 9:00 AM
      1. SEER
      2. THE GLOBAL REVIEW OF ETHNOPOLITICS
      3. Balkanologie

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      1. The South-East Europe Review for Labour and Social Affairs (SEER) in 2002.
      See our homepage www.boeckler.de/SEER/

      South-East Europe Review

      South-East Europe Review
      03/2001
      Quarterly of the Hans-Böckler-Foundation

      SEER
      South-East Europe Review for Labour and Social
      Affairs


      Introduction

      Corruption in the Bulgarian post-Communist transformation
      Tanja Chavdarova


      The consistency of human resource management and competitiveness policy in
      Slovenian companies
      Tanja Dmitrovi, Nada Zupan


      From migrant to micro-entrepreneur: do-it-yourself development in Albania
      Beryl Nicholson


      Serbia before privatisation
      Peter Scherrer


      Agriculture development and trade in Bulgaria, FYR of Macedonia and Albania
      in the context of the Common Agriculture Policy
      Luan Shahollari, Stoyan Totev


      The competitiveness of the Bulgarian economy
      Stefan Stefanov


      Do the Balkans look west or simply to the EU? From a distorted economy to a
      prospective open economy
      Bruno Sergi


      External economic relations of the Republic of Macedonia
      Mihail Petkovski


      The participation of women in politics – Analysis of the 2000 local and
      general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina
      Olivera Pavlovic


      A concrete utopia? Civil society as a replacement for the paralysed utopia
      of realised socialism: An essay from Croatia
      Christine Koschmieder


      Conference Note


      About the Authors

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      2. THE GLOBAL REVIEW OF ETHNOPOLITICS
      Vol. I, no. 2, December 2001

      You can either read, download, or print each contribution for FREE
      individually by following the links at our website (www.ethnopolitics.org).
      Alternatively, you can do the same with the entire issue. (N.B.: This is
      quite a large file and may take some time to download.)

      Through our archive, you also have FREE access to the previous issue of the
      journal.

      Contents

      ARTICLES
      Andrew Finlay
      Defeatism and Northern Protestant 'Identity'
      Julie Mertus
      The Impact of Intervention on Local Human Rights Culture: A Kosovo Case
      Study
      Rossen V. Vassilev
      Post-Communist Bulgaria's Ethnopolitics

      PRACTITIONER'S CORNER
      Chris O'Sullivan
      The News Media and the Resolution of Ethnic Conflict: Ready for the Next
      Steps?

      REVIEW ESSAYS
      Camille C. O'Reilly
      The Politics of Language and Ethnicity

      Stephen Hopkins
      History with a Divided and Complicated Heart? The Uses of Political Memoir,
      Biography and Autobiography in Contemporary Northern Ireland

      WEBSITE REVIEW
      Ailsa Henderson
      Regions and Nations in the United Kingdom: Constitution Unit

      REVIEWS

      P.S.: We are also interested in receiving submissions of articles,
      practitioners' observations and research notes. For submission guidlines,
      please take a look at the relevant section of the website. Submissions
      should be emailed as attachments to Stefan Wolff (s.wolff@...) or
      Karl Cordell (k.cordell@...). If you are interested in reviewing
      books for the journal, please contact our review editor, Chris Gilligan
      (c.gilligan@...).

      Best wishes,
      Stefan Wolff

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      Le nouveau numéro de la revue Balkanologie sera prochainement disponible.
      En voici le contenu.
      BALKANOLOGIE
      VolumeV- Numéro 1-2 - Décembre 2001 - ISSN 1279-7952
      Retours sur la Yougoslavie socialiste
      Maja Brkljacic
      Croatian Catholic Church Imagines the Nation. Glas koncila and the Croatian
      National Question, 1985 -
      1990
      Dejan Jovic
      Fear of becoming minority as a motivator of conflict in the former Yugoslavia
      P. H. Liotta
      Paradigm Lost : Yugoslav Self-Management and the Economics of Disaster
      Bosnies
      Xavier Bougarel
      Introduction
      Amael Cattaruzza
      Sarajevo, capitale incertaine
      Emmanuelle Chaveneau-Lebrun
      La Ligne-Frontière inter-entités : nouvelle frontière, nouveau pays
      Laurence Robin-Hunter
      Brcko, un microcosme de la Bosnie ?
      Nikola Guljevatej
      L’économie du nettoyage ethnique à Prnjavor
      Arnaud Appriou
      Atmosphère d'après-guerre dans un village d’Herzégovine
      Homelands in question : Paradoxes of memory and exeil in South-Eastern Europe
      Keith Brown
      Introduction
      Nergis Canefe
      The Legacy of Forced Migrations in Modern Turkish Society : Remembrance of
      the Things Past ?
      Miladina Monova
      De l’historicité à l’ethnicité : Les Egéens ou ces autres Macédoniens
      Petar Krasztev
      Understated, Overexposed. Turks in Bulgaria - Immigrants in Turkey
      Alice James
      Memories of Anatolia : generating Greek refugee identity
      Samim Akgönül
      Les « nouveaux Turcs » : les muhacirs de 1923 en Turquie
      Giorghos Tsimouris
      Reconstructing « Home » Among the « Enemy » : The Greeks of Gökseada
      (Imvros) after Lausanne
      Barbaros Tanc
      Where Local Trumps National : Christian Orthodox and Muslim Refugees since
      Lausanne
      Notes de lectures
      Ce numéro a été édité avec l’aide du Centre National du Livre et de The
      University of Wales Centre for the
      Study of South Eastern Europe.
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