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A Place-Based Approach in EU Regional Development and Its Application in Latvia

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A Review Article on Internet-based Psychological Interventions in Primary Care. What is the Global Experience? How Reliable are Results from RCTs? Lessons Learned from the European, US and Australian Case Studies

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The Peculiarities of Civil-Legal Regulation of Transplantation in Ukraine and Europe

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Towards EU 2020: An Outlook of SECA Regulations Implementation in the BSR

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The Rise of Person-Based Politics in the New Democracies: The Czech Republic and Slovenia

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Much More Than Economy: Assessing Electoral Accountability in the CEE Member States

Political and Economic Institutions Condition Election Results . Cambridge University Press. Eurostat (2013): Quality of Life Indicators—Governance and Basic Rights. Available at: . Fiorina, Morris (1981): Retrospective Voting in American National Elections . Yale University Press. Foucault, Martial – Seki, Katsunori, and Whitten, Guy D. (2013): Electoral Accountability in European Hard Times. Paper presented at the 2013 EUDO

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Trends in confidence in public institutions: A comparative analysis of the Baltic countries

. (2014): Kaip renkasi Lietuvos rinkėjai? Idėjos, interesai ir įvaizdžiai politikoje . Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla. Randma, L. (2001): A Small Civil Service in Transition: The Case of Estonia. Public Administration and Development , 21(1). Rose, R. – Mishler, W. (2011): Political Trust and Distrust in Post-Authoritarian Contexts, in Zmerli, S. – Hooghe, M., eds., Political Trust. Why Context Matters , 117–140, ECPR Press. Rothstein, Bo (2011): The Quality of Government: Corruption, Social Trust, and Inequality in International

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Local Elections as a Sphere for Forming Citizens’ Political Identity

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Alan Krueger: Worker in the Vineyard of Economics

REFERENCES Angrist, Joshua and Krueger, Alan, B. 1994. Why Do World War II Veterans Earn More Than Nonveterans? Journal of Labor Economics, 12(1), pp. 74-97. Becker, Gary S. and Posner, Richard A. 2004. Suicide: An Economic Approach. Working Paper, University of Chicago. Card, David and Krueger, Alan, B. 1992. Does School Quality Matter? Returns to Education and the Characteristics of Public Schools in the United States. Journal of Political Economy, 100(1), pp. 1-40. Card, David and Krueger, Alan, B. 1994. Minimum wage and

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