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Social Cooperatives in Greece. Introducing New Forms of Social Economy and Entrepreneurship

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Human Capital for a Planned Economy Relations of Correspondence and Unintended Consequences in the Higher Education of Communist Romania

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The Work and Life of Corporate Expatriates: New Patterns and Regimes of Mobility in the Knowledge Economy

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Perspectives of Social Entrepreneurship in Portugal: Comparison and Contrast with International Theoretical Approaches

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Trends and Challenges for Social Enterprises in Romania

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Before Massification: Access to University Education in Ukraine in 1950s-1980s

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Knowledge, Input-Output Complexity and the Notion of Sustainability

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Electoral Map Fixed by Law, as a Phenomena that Changes the Economy and Strongholds

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After emerging from communist dictatorship, with the implementation of the new political system, our country came under a few phenomena. As unlearned in this field started step by step to create a new political culture, pluralistic and built models of voting behavior. After years 90’ in everyday jargon of political discussion in Albania began to be used the stronghold, as a concept, in which showed the loyalty of the electorate in favor of one party. But over the years this process took shape choice of a phenomenon which became part of the scientific studies authenticated for representing fragments in certain parts of government either locally as well as centrally. Protracted situation of transition in Albania, forced international institutions to recommend the change of territorial configuration of the country. Political parties are often seen as actors who abuse their powerful position to extort bribes, providing members and followers with lucrative positions in public, or to channel public resources into the hands of party leaders and supporters. The main functions of political parties in modern democracies include mobilizing voters to support political agendas, selection of candidates for public office and the organization of election campaigns.

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Collaborative Tourism: An Analysis of Motivation and Satisfaction in World Heritage Cities. The Case of Córdoba

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