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[balkans] Table of Contents: South East Europe Review (Vol.2, No.4)

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  • Florian Bieber
    Table of Contents South East Europe Review, Vol. 2, No. 4 (1999) for further information contact: Calvin Allen: calvina@stenet.org.uk and see:
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 2, 2000
      Table of Contents
      South East Europe Review, Vol. 2, No. 4 (1999)

      for further information contact: Calvin Allen: calvina@...
      and see:
      http://www.nomos.de/nomos/zeitschr/seer/seer.htm
      or
      http://www.boeckler.de/ebib/index.cgi?showdokument=146

      Editorial

      Vlado Puljiz: Crisis and reform of the pensions system in Croatia

      Dr. Višnja Samardzija: Economic recovery and integration of south-eastern
      Europe into the EU: a Croatian view

      Neven Borak: Slovenian transformations: the continuity of changes

      Miroslav Stanojevic: Successful immaturity - communist legacies in the
      market context

      Gábor Udovecz: The expected impacts on Hungarian agriculture of accession
      to the EU

      Alfred Xhomo: Agricultural and food production in Albania

      Lidija Hristova: Macedonia after the Kosovo crisis
      Mihail Petkovski

      Ekaterina Ribarova: Is there an alternative active labour market policy?

      Emil Hristov: The demographic situation in south-east European countries at
      the turn of the century

      Richard Reeves-Ellington: Local value orientations and global customer
      chains: a Bulgarian case study

      Lilia Carasciuc: The Republic of Moldova: corruption as a compelling force
      in the shadow economy

      Andreas Wass von Czege: Europe 2000: Unity through diversity? Cost
      advantages in the accession countries are not "social dumping"

      Conference Notes: Balkans Stability Pact Report of a Conference of the
      ETUC Forum held in Brussels, 3 and 4 December 1999

      Book Reviews

      The Authors

      Annual Index
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