Entered keyword "sociology of science" yielded 47 results.
Authors: Linek, Lukáš, Jiří Kabele
Building upon a detailed study of the procedural arrangements and practices of Czech cabinet decision-making and law preparation in the years 1998–2004, the authors examine the question of whether the strategy of coping with legislative demands related to EU accession agend...
Authors: Dudová, Radka
Abortion was first legalised in Czechoslovakia at a relatively early date – in 1957. However, unlike in Western Europe, this did not occur as a result of pressure from civil society and the feminist movement. While attempting to explain the continuity and change of abortion...
23. 2. 2017
Sociologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., a katedra sociologie Institutu sociologických studií FSV UK si Vás dovolují pozvat na jarní cyklu Čtvrtečních sociologických seminářů.
The research project analyses the integration of trade unions from the countries of the EU´s Eastern enlargement into EU governance structures. Additionally the project wants to establish which strategies the trade unions follow in their EU-related activities and how they develop...
Project duration: 2012 - 2014
Authors: Dudová, Radka
In the countries of the former Eastern bloc (and the USSR), abortion politics followed a different historical path than in Western Europe. In Czechoslovakia, abortion was made legal relatively early on, almost as soon as the social and political turmoil that followed World War II...
Authors: Formánková,Lenka, Křížková, Alena
Authors: Lux, Martin
The book contains a description and evaluation of the housing system reform in the Czech Republic constituting part of the transition from centrally planned to market economy. It addresses two goals: to evaluate housing subsidy reforms by applying improved methods of welfare econ...
Public Opinion Research Centre, Institute of Sociology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Jilská 1, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic tel./fax: +420 286 840 129, +420 210 310 591
Authors: Šimon, Martin, Mikešová, Renata, Eds.
The book presents an introductory information about demographic change in Central Europe. It is particularly targeted at practicioners and policy makers at local and regional level who deal with impacts of changing populations in their work. It presents an overview of population...
Authors: Mysíková, Martina
Authors: Hegedüs, József, Martin Lux, Petr Sunega
The goal of this paper is to outline the main factors influencing the diverse consequences of the global economic crisis on housing and mortgage markets in two post-socialist economies—the Czech Republic and Hungary. In the former there was a mild decline of markets while i...
Authors: Kostelecká, Yvona, Josef Bernard, Věra Patočková, Tomáš Kostelecký
In order to compete in the global labor market of top-qualified workers, many states introduce various types of targeted policies to improve the migration balance of highly qualified workers. The book offers a systematic review of the policies used by different countries in an at...
Authors: Benáček, Vladimír
The project The Adjustment of the Czech Labour Force: Changing Job Structures, Wage Disparities and Work Orientations aimed to use various data sources to describe changes in the field in the last decade. Studies on various topics are collected to provide a multidimensional pictu...
Authors: Schwarzenberger, Astrid (ed.)
The aim of this project was to provide reliable data and information on the real and effective distribution of (teaching-related) costs of higher education. The shares of public and private costs were calculated for students of different socio-economic origin, reflecting social d...
Authors: Mansfeldová, Zdenka, David M. Olson, Petra Rakušanová (eds.)
Authors: Vlachová, Klára, Mary Stegmaier
The study describes the background (including electoral system reform and campaign before election) and results of 2002 election to the Chamber of Deputies in the Czech Republic, and subsequent government formation.
Authors: Stegmaier, Mary, Klára Vlachová
The existence of an unreformed Communist Party stems from its historical roots in the country and the impact of the normalization period on the party’s membership base. However, in the post-communist period, we see that the party’s electoral fortunes have been tied to...
Authors: Večerník, Jiří
The development and controversies relating to Czech social policy after 1989 are described. The ambivalent character of the communist welfare state is considered first and its theoretical alternatives outlined second. After early energetic changes, stagnation has reigned since th...
Authors: Lux, Martin, Petr Sunega, Peter Boelhouwer
The goal of the article is to evaluate the effectiveness of the new housing policy in the Czech Republic as an example of a transitional society after the collapse of communism. The first part provides a brief history of the housing policy dating back to 1918. The second part pre...