The aim of the book is twofold, (1) to provide a comparative summaries on Central and Eastern Europe focused on a variety of topics, ranging from work flexibility to the role of women, (2) to present new ways for comparative research, one with help of new visualisation tools and the other with new forms of analyses, which are able to process large quantities of currently unused but available data sets.
Toš, N., K.H. Müller, Z. Fábián, J. Krejčí, M. Zielinski (eds.). 2009. Three Roads to Comparative Research: Analytical, Visual and Morphological. Edition Echoraum. Vienna: WISDOM . 536 s. ISBN 78-3-901941-17-7.