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Andrej Findor

War Attitudes. Journal of Research in Personality, 46(2), 184-194. doi:10.1016/j.jrp.2012.01.006 Leon, F. (2012). Reciprocity and Public Support for the Redistributive Role of the State. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(2), 198-215. doi:10.1177/0958928711433657 Mau, S. (2003). The Moral Economy of Welfare States: Britain and Germany Compared. London: Taylor & Francis, Inc. Milan Šimečka Foundation (2014). Ako na chudobu: prieskum verejnej mienky na Slovensku o vnímaní chudoby. Retrieved from: http

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Alvija Sumskaite and Inga Juknyte-Petreikiene

Academic Research in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Germany: Technische Universitat Dortmund. Lithuanian Education in Figures 2013: Studies. (2013). Retrieved from Lithuanian Education in Figures 2014: Studies. (2014). Retrieved from Leuven and Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqué. (2009). Retrieved from

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Michal Sedlačko and Katarína Staroňová

Management: The Call of Public Service (pp. 223–244). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Van de Haar, E. (2015). CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis: Dutch (economic) policy-making. Contemporary Social Science, 10 (2), 182–190. Veit, S., Hustedt, T., & Bach, T. (2017). Dynamics of change in internal policy advisory systems: the hybridization of advisory capacities in Germany. Policy Sciences, 50 (1), 50–63. Veselý, A. (2013). Externalization of policy advice: theory, methodology and evidence. Policy and Society, 32 (3), 199

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Vilém Novotný

českých politologů, Olomouc 8.-10. 9. 2006 (pp. 896-906). Praha, Olomouc: Česká společnost pro politické vědy. Novotný, V. (2008a). Studium veřejných politik v komparativní perspektivě. Člověk: časopis pro humanitní a společenské vědy, 10. Retrieved from Novotný, V. (2008b). Public Policy Studies in Europe: Toward a Comparative Framework for Public Policy Studies (the Case sof the USA, France, Germany, and the Czech Republic. In M. Mejstřík et al., Socio-Economic Models and

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Pavel Horák and Markéta Horáková

REFERENCES Aarseth, H. (2014). Finanskapitalismens kjønnsromantikk: Næringslivselitens kjønnskomplementære familiekultur. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning 03-04, 203-218. Andress, H.-J. & Heien, T. (1999). Four Worlds of Welfare State Attitudes? A Comparison of Germany, Norway, and the United States. European Sociological Review, 17 (4), 337-356. Bahle, T. (2009). Public Child Care in Europe – Historical Trajectories and New Directions. In K. Scheiwe & H. Willekens (Eds.) Child Care and Preschool Development in Europe. Institutional

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Ondřej Hora

Active Labor Market Policies: A Meta-Analysis . Maastricht: Maastricht University. Walther, A. (2006). Regimes of youth transitions: Choice, flexibility and security in young people’s experiences across different European contexts. Young, 14 (2), 119-139. doi: 10.1177/1103308806062737 Wunsch, C., & Lechner, M. (2007). What Did All the Money Do? On the General Ineffectiveness of Recent West German Labour Market Programmes . Bonn: The Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). Zimmermann, K., Biavaschi, C., Eichhorst, W., Giulietti, C., Kendzia, M