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Response of Central European Civil Security Systems to the Economic Crisis

security systems. Retrived from ANVIL website: (Accessed 1. 5. 2015) Brazova, V. K., Matczak, P., & Takacs, V. (2015). Evolution of civil security systems: the case of three Central European countries. Journal of Risk Research, 18(5-6), 789-806. Brazova, V. K., Matczak, P., & Grodzki, R. (2014). Effectiveness of the Governance Framework in Dealing with Disasters: Czech, Polish and Slovak perspective. In Nađ, I. (Ed.), Crisis Management Days: Book of Papers (pp. 363

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Military Expenditures and Shadow Economy in the Central and Eastern Europe: is There a Link?

resources allocated to unproductive activities, (such as military spending) impose extra burden on the economies. Therefore, the interconnection between military spending and shadow economy is of great interest. Our paper contributes to the topic by providing an empirical estimation of a link between government (military) expenditure and the shadow economy in the Central and Eastern European countries, which are members of the European Union. Namely: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. We find

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Various mental images about the geographical extension of Central, Southeast and Eastern Europe

Balkan Countries. pp. 17-43. Pécs: MTA RKK. Halecki, O., 1980: Borderlands of Western Civilization. A History of East Central Europe. Safety Harbor: Simon Publications. Karawan, I., 2005: Foreign policy restructuring: Egypt’s disengagement from the Arab-Israeli conflict revisited, In: Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 18(3), pp. 325-38. Katzenstein, P. J., 2005: A World of Regions, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Kobolka, I. and Pap, N., 2011: The Western Balkans: European perspective and

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Mortality and Longevity in the Central and East Europe - Changes in Years 1990-2005

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Specifics of IFRS Adoption by Central and Eastern European Countries: Evidence from Research

Academia in Central and Eastern Europe. Accounting & Management Information Systems, 14(2), 247-274. Albu, C. N., Albu, N., and Alexander, D., 2014. When Global Accounting Standards Meet the Local Context: Insights from an Emerging Economy. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 25(6), 489-510. doi: Albu, N., and Albu, C. N., 2012. International Financial Reporting Standards in an Emerging Economy: Lessons from Romania. Australian Accounting Review, 22(4), 341-352. doi:

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Democracy Towards Authoritarianism Under Illiberal Populist Leaders in Hungary and Poland

the Future: Islamophobia in Central Europe.’ Genocide and Oppression , 73–80. Mudde, C. (2004). ‘The Populist Zeitgeist.’ Government and Opposition, 39 (4), 542–63. Mudde, C. (2007). Populist Radical Right Parties in Europe . (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.) Mudde, C., & Kaltwasser, C. (2012). ‘Populism: Corrective and threat to democracy.’ In C. Mudde & C. Rovira Kaltwasser (Eds.), Populism in Europe and the Americas: Threat or corrective for democracy? (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, pp. 205–22) Mudde, C

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Analysis of the Financial Situation of Medium-Sized and Large Enterprises of the Construction Sector in Selected Central European Coutries

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Comparison Of Patterns Of Convergence Among “Emerging Markets” Of Central Europe, Eastern Europe And Central Asia

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The Determinants and the Size of International Migration in Central and Eastern Europe After 2004

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High-Speed Rail for Central and Eastern European Countries: A Conference Report

: NASH, C. When to Invest in High Speed Rail? Available at: TACZANOWSKI, J., KRÓL, M. High-speed Railway in Poland - a political playground or a real need? Available at: TOMEŠ, Z. JANDOVA M., SEIDENGLANZ, D. High Speed Rail for Central Europe? Available at: VICKERMAN, R. Wider economic impacts

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