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Authors: Illner, Michal
Since the second half of the 90s, the preparation of the Czech Republic for future EU membership and particularly for participation in the Unions regional policy has emerged as an increasingly relevant factor of regional development. The contribution briefly discus...
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Authors: Lux, Martin
This article provides a comparative description of the development of the social housing sector in three transitional countries during the 90s. Several features of social housing in the EU countries are mentioned to establish the indicators used as the methodological base for a c...
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Authors: Linek, Lukáš, Pat Lyons
The Second-Order Election Thesis (SOET) is one of a family of multi-level electoral behaviour theories that was specifically developed to explain changes in voting behaviour in general and European elections. Our analyses indicate that the patterns of voting behaviour predicted b...
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Authors: Křížková, Alena, Laštovková, Jitka, Víznerová, Hana
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Authors: Gatnar, Lumír, Lane, David
<p><strong>Popular opposition and support for different types of the EU integration</strong></p>Lumí<p>Lumír Gatnar and David Lane (Editors)</p><br><p>Selected papers from the third international conference </strong>Elites and...
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Authors: Večerník, Jiří, Mysíková, Martina
This article contributes to the debate about the impact of the transition to subjective well-being. After reviewing the relevant literature the authors draw on the surveys of the European Values Study between 1991 and 2008 to describe the trends in life satisfaction in 13 ‘...
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Authors: Blum, S., L. Formánková, I. Dobrotič
The economic crisis has significantly challenged national welfare states and has often led to retrenchment. The question arises how countries have reacted to the crisis in the area of family policy – not directly connected to rising unemployment and also not as demanding fo...
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Authors: Mansfeldová, Zdenka
The chapter compares the development in four Central European parliaments in the second decade after the fall of communism. At the end of the first decade, the four parliaments could be considered as rather stabilised, functional, independent and internally organised institutions...
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Authors: Illner, Michal, Daniel Čermák, Tomáš Kostelecký, Jana Stachová

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