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Anastazija Markevičiūtė and Vytautas Kuokštis

-O., Sprūds, A. Baltic-German Strategic Engagement: Realignment after the Eurocrisis?. Latvian Institute of International Affairs, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Retrieved from http://liia.lv/site/docs/StrategyTalks2013_A5_GALA.pdf BNS, 2012, January 2. D.Grybauskaitė: Lietuvai nerealu 2014 metais įsivesti eurą [D.Grybauskaitė: euro adoption in 2014 is unrealistic for Lithuania]. Delfi.lt. Retrieved from http://www.delfi.lt/verslas/verslas/dgrybauskaite-lietuvai-nerealu-2014-metais-isivesti-eura.d?id=53635625 Caporale, G.M., Ciferri, A., Girardi

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Klaudijus Maniokas, Darius Žeruolis and Sabina Karmazinaitė

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Dovilė Jakniūnaitė

References Agreement of Political Parties regarding the Main Goals and Objectives of the State Foreign Policy 2004-2008 , 2004, Vilnius, 5 October. Available at: <http://www3.lrs.lt/pls/inter/w5_show?p_r=5042&p_d=62149&p_k=1> [Accessed 1 October 2015]. Agreement of Political Parties regarding the Principles, Strategic Guidelines and Goals of Lithuanian Foreign Policy 2008-2012 [in Lithuanian], 2008, Vilnius, 28 October. Available at: <http://www3.lrs.lt/pls/inter/w5_show?p_r=5042&p_k=1> [Accessed 11 October 2014

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Vitalis Nakrošis

(3), pp.563-581. Nakrošis, V., 2015. The Influence of Government Priorities on Public-Administration Reforms in Europe. NISPACEE Journal of Public Administration and Policy, VIII(1), pp.21-40. Nakrošis, V., Vilpišauskas, R. and Kuokštis, V., 2015. Fiscal Consolidation and Structural Reforms in Lithuania in the Period 2008-2012: From Grand Ambitions to Hectic Firefighting. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 81(3), pp.522-540. Nemec, J., 2010. New Public Management and its Implementation in CEE: What Do We Know

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Mažvydas Jastramskis

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Vitalis Nakrošis and Sabina Bankauskaitė-Grigaliūnienė

in Sweden. Public Administration , 91(4), pp. 891-907. Delfi, 2013. „Darbiečiai“ nusitaikė į ES milijardus , 24 07 2013. Available at: < http://www.delfi.lt/news/daily/lithuania/darbieciai-nusitaike-i-es-milijardus.d?id=61909527#ixzz2cgSk08nk > [Accessed 5 October 2013]. Dimitrova, A. L., 2010. The new Member States of the EU in the Aftermath of Enlargement: Do New European Rules Remain Empty Shells? Journal of European Public Policy , 17(1), pp. 137-148. Dimitrova, A., 2005. Europeanization and Civil Service Reform in Central and Eastern

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Jogilė Stašienė

Populist Challenge. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillian, pp. 62-80. Taggart, P., 2004. Populism and Representative Politics in Contemporary Europe. Journal of Political Ideologies, 9(3), pp. 269-288. The Central Electoral Commission of the Republic of Lithuania, 2012. Election to the Seimas and the Referendum on the Construction of a New Nuclear Power Plant in the Republic of Lithuania. [online] Available at: <http://www.vrk.lt/statiniai/puslapiai/2012_seimo_rinkimai/output_en/rinkimu_diena/rezultatai1.html> [Accessed on 15 January 2016

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Romualdas Bakutis

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The aim of this article is to review the ideas presented by the Nordic scholars of the “Welfare State Model – Nordic Experiences and Perspectives in Lithuania” project and to discuss the applicability of these ideas to the Lithuanian context. During the program, held in Lithuania, in 2013–2014, Nordic scholars and their Lithuanian colleagues debated Nordic welfare model features such as active labour market policies, family policies, digital welfare innovations, the role of culture, and social trust. They also discussed contemporary challenges to Nordic success. The project intended to: promote the Nordic countries’ experiences of becoming welfare states, increase knowledge of the Nordic welfare model among Lithuanians, and initiate a debate on the potential for this model to function in Lithuania.

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Bulletin of Geography. Socio-economic Series

The Journal of Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun