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Responsibility to Protect and Human Security: Doctrines Destroying or Strengthening the Sovereignty?

: From the Perspective of Non-Derogable Rights’. European Journal of International Law , 2001, vol. 12, no. 6 MAMDANI, Mahmood. Responsibility to Protect or Right to Punish?. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding , 2010, No 4 NIEMELÄ, Pekka, The Politics of Responsibility to Protect: Problems and Prospects, Helsinki: Eric Castrèn Institute of International Law and Human Rights, 2008 NYE, Joseph S., Understanding International Conflicts: An Introduction to Theory and History , New York: Pearson-Longman, 2005 ONFORD, Anne, International

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Socially Marginalized Environments, Unemployment and Media

plus G. Gajdoš, P. (2001). The selected problems of transformation of socio-spatial situation of Slovakia in the ’90s. Sociology , 33(2), 185–206. Gavora, P. (2005). Guide to qualitative research methodology: Bratislava . Regent. 2006. Jurová, A. (1993). Development of the Roma problem in Slovakia after 1945 . Košice: Goldpress Publishers. Leimgruber, W. (1994). Marginality and marginal regions: problems of definition. In Chang-Yi, D. C. Marginality and development issues in marginal regions. Proceedings of the IGU Study Group ’Development issues in

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Does a “Ceo Chairman” Guarantee Better Performance from a Firm?

, Economics, & Organization, 1(1), 101-124. Bebchuk, L. A., Fried, J. M. (2003). Executive Compensation as an Agency Problem. Law and Economics Workshop. UC Berkeley: Berkeley Program in Law and Economics. Bertrand, M., Mullainathan, S. (2001). Are CEOs rewarded for luck? The ones without principles are. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 116(3), 901-932. Core, J. E., Holthausen, R. W., Larcker, D. F. (1999). Corporate governance, chief executive officer compensation and firm performance. Journal of Financial Economics, 51

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Corruption and System Change in the Czech Republic: Firm-Level Evidence

in transition: case of the Czech Republic. Emerging Markets Review, 2(2), 138-160. doi:10.1016/S1566-0141(01)00014-0. Lui, F. T. (1985). An equilibrium queuing model of bribery. Journal of Political Economy, 93, 760-781. Mauro, P. (1995). Corruption and growth. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 110, 681-712. Merton K. R. (1961). Social Problems and Sociological Theory. Merton, R. K., Nisbet, A. R. (eds.). Contemporary Social Problems, New York: Harcourt, Brace andWorld, Inc., 697-737. Mo P. H. (2001

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The Connection between Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Respect for Human Rights

-Thomsen, P. (2008). The Global Sourcing and Codes of Conduct Debate: Five Myths and Five Recommendations. Development and Change , 39 (6), 1005–1018. Matten, D.; Moon, J. (2008). “Implicit” and “Explicit” CSR: A Conceptual Framework for a Comparative Understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility. Academy of Management Review , 33(2), 404–424. McBeth, A. (2010). International Economic Actors and Human Rights . London, New York: Routledge. McBeth, A.; Joseph, S. (2005). Same Words, Different Language: Corporate Perceptions of Human Rights

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