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Financial sustainability of social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe

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Policy framework and legal forms of social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe

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Analysis of social models in Central and Eastern Europe - A focus on poverty and social exclusion

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

Albu, C. N., 2014. IFRS Application in Central and South-Eastern European Countries. Accounting & Management Information Systems, 13 (2), 182-197. Albu, N., Lupu, I., and Sandu, R., 2014. Multinationals as Vectors of Corporate Governance Improvement in Emerging Economies in Eastern Europe: A Case Study. In S. Boubaker and D. K. Nguyen (Eds.), Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets (pp. 331-349). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi: Alon, A., 2013. Complexity and Dual Institutionality: The

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The Impact of Banking Sector Competition on Banks’ Risk-Taking in Transition Economies of Central and South-Eastern Europe

Role of Franchise Value. Economic Policy Review 2 (2): 1-14. Dick, A. 2006. Nationwide Branching and Its Impact on Market Structure, Quality, and Bank Performance. Journal of Business 79 (2): 567-592. Efthyvoulou, G. and Yildirim, C. 2014. Market Power in CEE Banking Sectors and the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis. Journal of Banking and Finance 40 (C): 11-27. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 2001. Transition Report. London. Greene, W., Orea, L., and Wall, A. 2010. Stochastic

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Bio-energy and Rural Development: Findings from a Comparative Study in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe

Policy Analysis’, FP7 ( Eicaite, O. and A. Gapsys (2009). Analysis of Renewable Energy and its Impact on Rural Development in Lithuania. Paris, France: ‘Enlargement Network for Agricultural Policy Analysis’, FP7 ( European Biodiesel Board (2009). Production Figures. Agra Europe: Agra Facts. No. 56, Bonn, 15 July 2009. EUROSTAT (2009a). The Eurostat Concepts and Definitions Database http

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Capital markets in Central and Eastern Europe: two selected cases

. Gruber, M.J. (1996.) Another puzzle: The growth in actively managed mutual funds. Journal of Finance, 51 , 783-810. Hungary. The Proceedings for the international conference The Future of Europe, ISSN 2392-861. Ippolito, R.A. (1992). Consumer reaction to measures of poor quality: Evidence from the mutual fund industry, Journal of Law and Economics, 35 , 45-70. Kim. M.S. (2013). Changes in Mutual Fund Flows and Managerial Incentives, Social Science Research Network , Retrieved from Li Ma. (2013

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Foreign Direct Investment Flows and IMF Lending Programs. New Empirical Evidence from CESEE Countries

? Journal of Policy Reform, 4 (3), 243-270. doi: Bird, G., and Rowlands, D., 2007. The IMF’s Role in Mobilizing Private Capital Flows: Are There Grounds for Catalytic Conversion? University of Surrey, Discussion Papers in Economics . Bogumil, P., 2014. Composition of capital inflows to Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) — is Poland different? ECFIN Country Focus, 11 (8). doi: Bordo, M. D., Mody, A., and Oomes, N., 2004. Keeping capital flowing: The role of the IMF

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Analysis of Higher Education Indicators Coherency in Central and Eastern Europe

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The Significance of Country-Specific and Common Risk Factors for CEE Government Bond Spreads Changes

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