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China’s New Silk Roads. Categorising and Grouping the World: Beijing’s 16+1+X European Formula

://www.trend.at/wirtschaft/business/china-oesterreich-357763 (accessed: June 6, 2018). Benková, Livia. 2018. “Current Developments in Central Europe Regarding the Involvement of the Main External Actors.” In: Livia Benková, Apolonija Rihtaric, and Velina Tchakarova, eds., Will the EU Lose the East? Vienna: Austria Institute for European and Security Policy, pp. 5-23. Bevins, Vincent. 2018. “New Malaysian Government Steps Back from Spending, Chinese Projects.” In Washington Post (May 30). Online: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2018/05/30/new

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The quantitative and qualitative analysis of public administration reforms in post-communist countries

methodology for conducting integrative mixed methods research and data analysis. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 4(4), pp.342-60. Cohen, M. D., March, J. G. and Olsen, J. P., 1972. A garbage can model of organisational choice. Administrative Science Quarterly, 17, pp.1-25. Dan, S. and Pollitt, C., 2014. NPM Can Work: An Optimistic Review of the Impact of New Public Management Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe. Public Management Review, 17(9), pp.1305-1332. De Vries, M. and Nemec, J., 2013. Public sector reform: an

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The change of organizational structure of higher education institutions in Hungary: a contingency theory analysis

.). Budapest: Műegyetem Kiadó. p. 275-290 http://www.fgsze.hu/kiadvanyok/imf1_konyv.pdf Derényi, A. (2009) A magyar felsőoktatás átalakulása 1989 és 2008 között (The transformation of Hungarian higher education between 1989 and 2008.) In: Drótos, Gy., Kováts, G. (eds.) (2009). Felsőoktatás-menedzsment . (Higher education management) Budapest: Aula Kiadó, 31-62 Dobbins, M., Knill, C. (2009) Higher Education Policies in Central and Eastern Europe: Convergence toward a Common Model? Governance , 22(3), 397–430 Estermann, T., Nokkala, T. (2009): University

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Who are the officials in the central administration of the Czech Republic and what activities do they perform?

from Senior Public Servants, 16-18. Paper delivered at the 83rd annual meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University. Hejzlarová, E.M. (2010). Policy analysis in the Czech Republic: positivist or postpositivist? Central European Journal of Public Policy, 4(2), 88-107. Howlett, M. (2009). Policy analytical capacity and evidence-based policy-making: lessons from Canada. Canadian Public Administration, 52 (2), 153-173. Howlett, M., (2011). Public Managers as the Missing

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Health policy in the Czech Republic: General character and selected interesting aspects

zvyšování efektivnosti veřejného sektoru v podmínkach krize veřejných financí II. Brno: Masarykova Univerzita. Malý, I., Pavlík, M. & Darmopilová, Z. (2013). Health Reforms in the Czech Republic. In J. W. Bjorkman & J. Nemec (Eds). Health Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe: Options, Obstacles, Limited Outcomes (pp. 69-94). Hague: Eleven Publishers. Mazmanian, D. A. & Sabatier, P. A. (1989). Implementation and public policy. Lanham: University Press of America. Millard, F. (1994). Developments in Polish Health Care. In S

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The Personalisation of Politics at the Local Level in Poland and Selected Central and Eastern European States: A Contribution to the Research

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Images about politics take a specific form in the imagination of the electorate, eliciting specific associations and thus becoming a source of attitudes and influencing election preferences. At the same time, the increasing importance of politicians’ perceived personality traits and images has been observed. Empirical studies of politicians’ personalities provide one of the more effective tools for studying the basic features of the personalisation of politics, including at a local level. Such studies involve the measurement of citizens’ perceptions of politicians’ personality traits. This article seeks to systematise key concepts and provide an introduction to conducting advanced empirical research in this area.

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Do Government Policies Foster Environmental Performance of Enterprises from CEE Region?

.A, Lewandowska M.S., (2014), Innovation system restructuring in Poland in the context of EU membership [in]: Weresa, M.A. (Ed.), Poland Competitiveness Report 2014: A Decade in the European Union , Warsaw School of Economics – Publishing, Warsaw. Witkowska, J. (2016), Corporate Social Responsibility: Selected Theoretical And Empirical Aspects, ʻComparative Economic Research. Central and Eastern Europeʼ, University of Łódź, vol. 19(1). Wysokińska Z. (2012), European Union Entrepreneurship and Innovativeness Support Policy for Business , ʻComparative Economic

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Native versus alien status of a rare plant species outside the limits of its main geographic range: distribution of Virga pilosa (L.) Hill in Wielkopolska, Poland and CE Europe

., Poznań. Burkart M. 2001. River corridor plants (Stromtalpflanzen) in Central European lowland: a review of a poorly understood plant distribution pattern. Global Ecol. & Biogeogr. 10: 449-468. Chytrý M. & Rafajová M. 2003. Czech National Phytosociological Database: basic statistics of the available vegetation-plot data. Preslia 75: 1-15. Clapham A. R., Tutin T. G. & Moore D. M. 1987. Flora of the British Isles. Third edition. 691 pp. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Ellenberg H. 1992. Zeigerwerte der

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The Concept of Plea Bargaining Under the Czech Criminal Law and the Criminal Law of Other Countries Within the Region of Central Europe

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The article deals with the specific instrument used in criminal proceedings called as plea bargaining, or agreement upon the guilt and punishment (in the Czech legal regulation). This instrument is considered as one of the main measures used for acceleration of criminal proceedings and for criminal justice rationalization. Plea bargaining originally belongs to the system of criminal law in the countries belonging to the Anglo-Saxon legal order, but it has been implemented also into the legal orders of countries in Middle Europe region during last decade. Such implementation in connected with some important problems related to the different characteristics of criminal proceedings. The article solves some of these problems, primarily the collision with the basic principles of continental system of criminal law.

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Does the Self-employment Policy Reduce Unemployment and Increase Employment? Empirical Evidence from the Czech Regions

., Congregado, E., & Millán, J. M. (2013). Start-up incentives: entrepreneurship policy or active labour market programme? Journal of Business Venturing , 28, 151–175. Soukup, T. (2011). Profiling-Predicting Long-Term Unemployment at the Individual Level. Central European Journal of Public Policy , 5 (1), 118-142. Večerník, J. (2011). Self-employment in the Czech Republic and CEE countries: persons and households. Post-Communist Economies , 23 (3), 359-376. Verbeek, M. (2012). A guide to modern econometrics . John Wiley & Sons. Veselý, A., Nekola, M

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