Publikace
Authors: Hraba, Joseph, Allan McCutcheon, Jiří Večerník
The economic experiences and economic anxiety of rural and urban residents of the Czech and Slovak Republics during the postcommunist reforms are compared and related to their support for the reforms. The analysis is based on five national surveys, 1992–1996, collected by t...
Projekt
In the first part, we comment issue of social capital and third sector in the Czech Republic with specific focus on NGOs, civic participation and social trust. Public policy in the civic sector is discussed. In the second part, we review literature (academic as well as gray) on f...
Project duration: 2006
Publikace
Authors: Hašková, Hana, Uhde, Zuzana (eds.), Maříková, Hana, Křížková, Alena, Vohlídalová, Marta, Dudová, Radka, Pulkrábková, K., Vojtková, Michaela, Leontiyeva, Y.
Publikace
Authors: Hašková, H., L. Helšusová, M. Kolářová, A. Křížková, M. Linková, P. Rakušanová, I. Smetáčková
Projekt
The general objective of theProject is to promote development strategies and practices to improving the quality of life of vulnerable groups,with a strategic focus on elderly and people with disabilities, in urban areas in Central Europe.
Project duration: 2011 - 2014
Publikace
Authors: Maříková, Hana, Hašková, Hana, Uhde, Zuzana
Publikace
Authors: Večerník, Jiří
The interconnection between economic hardship and political attitudes is analyzed in four East-Central European countries. Two explanatory keys to recent left-turns – the “relative deprivation” and “entitlements” theses – are examined. Financia...
Publikace
Authors: Kostelecký, Tomáš
The presented study deals with the political consequences of the suburbanization process in the four largest metropolitan areas in the Czech Republic after 1989. The aggregate socio-economic data on the level of municipalities are used first for the creation of typology of suburb...
Publikace
Authors: Šimon, Martin, Bernard, Josef
The development of the Czech countryside differs in many ways from trajectories typical for Eastern and Central European rural areas in the last 25 years. In our article, we discuss the nature of the ‘Czech exceptionalism’, with reference to three examp...
Projekt
ADAPT2DC partnership aims to develop transferable strategies for the provision of innovative solutions to restructure the management of services and infrastructure in shrinking regions and cities from Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Slovenia.  
Project duration: 2011 - 2014
Publikace
Authors: Lux, Martin, Anneli Kährik, Petr Sunega
The return of property expropriated during the communist period to previous owners or to their descendants (property restitution) led to the quick emergence of a private rental sector in many post-communist countries soon after 1990. This article compares the genesis of private r...
Aktualita
Alice Červinková, Kateřina Šaldová (eds.)
Aktualita
The Phenomenon of Childlessness in a Sociological and Demographic Perspective - Hana Hašková (ed.), Petra Šalamounová, Hana Víznerová, Lenka Zamykalová
Projekt
The goal of the project is to contribute to the enhancement of women participation to economic decision making positions in 6 different EU countries and at the European level.
Project duration: 2014 - 2016

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