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Donny Tang

References Altomonte C. and Guagliano C. (2003), Comparative Study of FDI in Central and Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean , ‘Economic Systems’, vol. 27(2), pp. 223–246. Bevan A. and Estrin S. (2004), The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment into European Transition Economies , ‘Journal of Comparative Economics’, vol. 32(4), pp. 775–787. Bellak C., Leibrecht M. and Riedl A. (2008), Labour Costs and FDI Flows into Central and Eastern European Countries: A Survey of the Literature and Empirical Evidence , ‘Structural Change and Economic

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Ihor Hurnyak and Aleksandra Kordonska

. 253-277. Dell’Anno, R., Gomez-Antonio, M., Alanon Pardo, A. (2007), Shadow Economy in three different Mediterranean Countries: France, Spain and Greece. A MIMIC Approach, ʽEmpirical Economics ʼ, Springer-Verlag, No. 33(1), pp. 51-84. Dlouhý, M. (2014), Models of subsidy allocation among city districts, ʽPrague Economic Papersʼ, University of Economics, Prague, No. 1, pp. 108-120. Dreher, A., Schneider, F. (2009), Corruption and the Shadow Economy: An Empirical Analysis, ʽPublic Choiceʼ, Springer US, No. 144(2), pp. 215

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Anna Organiściak-Krzykowska

Multicultural Societiesʼ, Vol. 6, No. 2. Dasgupta B. (1981), Rural‑urban Migration and Rural Development, [in:] J. Balan (ed.) Why People Move, UNESCO, Paris. Dustmann Ch., et al. (2003), The Impact of EU Enlargement on Migration Flows, Home Office Online Report 25/03. Duszczyk M., Matuszczyk K. (2014), Migration in the 21st Century from the Perspective of CEE Countries - an Opportunity or a Threat? Central and Eastern European Development Institute, Warsaw. Gabrielczak P., Kucharski L., Kwiatkowski E. (2015

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Onur Sungur

References ACAR, O., ÇAĞLAR, E. (2012). Yeni Teşvik Paketi Üzerine Bir Değerlendirme , Türkiye Ekonomi Politikaları Araştırma Vakfı (TEPAV), Ankara. AKAN, Y., ARSLAN, İ. (2008). Türkiye’de Sektörel Yatırım Teşvik Belgeleri ile İstihdam Analizi: Doğu Anadolu Bölgesi Üzerine Bir Uygulama (1980–2006), Çalışma ve Toplum , 2008/1, 107-119. ALDAN, A., GAYGISIZ, E. (2006) Convergence Across Provinces of Turkey: A Spatial Analysis, The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey Research and Monetary Policy Department Working Paper No:06/09. AMIN, A

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Mariusz Próchniak

1 Introduction The study analyzes the institutional architecture and the effects of product market competition in 11 countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), which are new members of the European Union (EU). In existing analyses on models of capitalism, countries are characterized by numerous variables covering a variety of political, social, and economic aspects. Based on these results, countries are classified into a number of categories that share common features and may be treated as one model of capitalism. There are different classifications in

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Piotr Maszczyk

the Mediterranean model of capitalism represented by Spain. However, the variety of results for the individual variables is also a proof that the model of capitalism prevailing in Central and Eastern Europe in the area of product market competition may be called a patchwork capitalism. The final article of this issue, “The strength and weaknesses of the VoC approach. The case of Central and Eastern Europe” is by Krzysztof Jasiecki. The aim of this paper is to characterize selected theoretical and methodological advantages, controversies and limitations of the

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Beáta Farkas

mutual dependency between the capital exporter Western European and the capital importer CEE countries. The conflicts over migration between Western and Eastern EU member states since 2015 and the relation between Germany and the Visegrád countries in the Central European manufacturing core can also be interpreted in the framework of asymmetric interdependency. The examples of the Mediterranean model and dependent market economy show that it is a very difficult task to find the appropriate level of abstraction. The simplicity, the parsimony of a model, is very

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Krzysztof Falkowski

References Ahrend, R. (2005), Can Russia break the “resource curse”?, Eurasian Geography and Economics, Vol. 46, No. 8, pp. 584-609. Alzhanova, N. (2013), Macroeconomic stability as a factor of competitiveness: case of Kazakhstan, World Applied Sciences Journal, Vol. 26, No. 5, pp. 692-696. Amirbekova, A., Madiyarova, D. (2015), Assessment of the competitiveness of Kazakhstan’s exports, Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 443-447. Aslund, A. (2005), Russian resources

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Ryszard Rapacki and Adam Czerniak

worlds and shed a new empirical light on the nature and most salient features of the evolving postcommunist capitalism in 11 Central and Eastern European (CEE11) countries which joined the European Union (EU) between 2004 and 2013 against the backdrop of Western European models of capitalism. Simultaneously, the paper pursues three specific objectives. First, it strives to verify authors’ hypothesis that CEE11 countries have formed their own model(s) of postcommunist capitalism, which is distinct from the patterns established in Western Europe. Second, it seeks to

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Krzysztof Jasiecki

second half of 2000 it has also been applied with various modifications toward post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). In the development of the VoC literature, however, there has been a certain dissimilarity in the treatment of contemporary models of the political economy of capitalism, which partly results from a different theoretical and methodological tradition of the specifics of various scientific disciplines. For example, sociologists tend to be more likely to use the qualitative typology of market economies presented by Hall and Soskice. On the other