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Budget transparency innovation in the Czech local government

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Mandatory Pension System and Redistribution: The Comparative Analysis of Institutions in Baltic States

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Evaluation of the Impact of the EU Structural Support on the Competitiveness of Lithuanian Economics

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Technology Roadmaps, Innovation Journeys, and Nanoworld: A Spatio-temporal Consolidation of the EC Nanotechnology Policy

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Childcare policy in the Czech Republic and Norway: two countries, two paths with many possibilities

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