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Transnational Networks of Pork Production: Fragile Linkages Between Germany and CEE Countries

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Do Central and Eastern Europe Countries Play a Role in the Belt and Road Initiative? The Case of Chinese OFDI into the CEE–16 Countries

), The Investment Development Path Revisited: Some emerging issues, [in:] Dunning, J.H., Narula, R. (eds.), Foreign Direct Investment and Governments: Catalysts for economic restructurin g, Routledge, London and New York. Dzwonnik, M. (2018), Chiński gigant zainwestował w Gdyni 3,5 mln dol. A to nie koniec , 2016, http://wyborcza.pl/7,87648,20482467,chinski-gigant-zainwestowal-w-gdyni–3–5-mln-dol-a-to-nie.html (accessed: 18.08.2018). Ebbers, H., Zhang, J. (2010), Chinese Investments in the EU , “Eastern Journal of European Studies”, Vol. 1, Issue. 2

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Shifts in EU Cohesion Policy and Processes of Peripheralization: A View from Central Eastern Europe

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Materials Science and Engineering – Some Aspects in Central and Eastern European (CEE) Countries

Society, Caltech, Pasadena, 1959. december 29. Átírata:   http://www.zyvex.com/nanotech/feynman.html (letöltve: 2018. május 15.) [5] Gyulai J.: Materials science and its importance in middle and central Europe . In: Physics and industrial development. Bridging the gap. (Chandrasekhar S. (szerk.)), Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1995. 227–232. [6] Gyulai J.: Jedlik vagy Siemens? Új Magyarország, 3. (1993. június 26.).

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What can institutional analysis say about capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe? Results and limitations

1 Introduction Institutional analysis has been generally accepted as a necessary way of understanding socioeconomic development. There are several studies in the literature which use this methodology in the investigation of the transition from a socialist to a capitalist system and the stabilized institutional arrangement of post-socialist countries. This paper examines how institutional analysis can contribute to the understanding of the current position and future perspectives of Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries which are European Union (EU

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Emerging models of patchwork capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe: empirical results of subspace clustering

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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The Determinants and the Size of International Migration in Central and Eastern Europe After 2004

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Developments of the CEE banking sectors after the financial crisis

. Research in International Business and Finance, 21(2), 222-237. Petria N. & Capraru B. & Ihnatov I. (2015). Determinants of banks’ profitability: evidence from EU 27 banking systems. Procedia Economics and Finance, 20, 518 - 524. Radulescu M. & Banica L. & Sinisi C. &Popescu S. (2018). The profitability and capital adequacy in Central and Eastern European countries in the light of the Basel III requirements - a forecast approach. Plos One, forcoming. Raifeissen Bank - CEE Banking Sector: 2015 as a transition year. Retrieved

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What Drives Economic Growth in Some CEE Countries?

transition in CEE. Economic Modelling , 36 , 99-107. 11. Hlavacek, P., & Bal-Domanska, B. (2016). Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic Growth in Central and Eastern European Countries. Engineering Economics , 27 (3), 294-303. 12. Hughes, H., & Weisbrod, B. (Eds.). (2016). Human Resources, Employment and Development . New York: Springer. 13. Hussin, F. and Saidin, N., 2012. Economic Growth in ASEAN-4 Countries: A Panel Data Analysis. International Journal of Economics and Finance , 4 9(1), 119-127. 14. Mankiw, N. G., Romer, D

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The Analysis of Institutional Environment in the Area of Product Market Competition in the New EU Member States: What Do the Data Say About the Models of Capitalism Emerging in the CEE Countries?

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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