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Eastern Journal of European Studies

2010 - 2022

From Centre for European Studies, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
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Volume 2(1), month June, 2011

Optimal taxation and monitoring in an economy with matching frictions and underground activities pp. 5-11 Downloads
Gaetano Lisi
The increase of rural development measures efficiency at the micro-regions level by cluster analysis. A Romanian case study pp. 13-39 Downloads
Maria Vincze and Elemer Mezei
The economic crisis and its management in Spain pp. 41-55 Downloads
Andrea Éltetõ
On the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the EU accession to the European Convention on Human Rights pp. 57-65 Downloads
Aurora Ciuca
The role of EU institutions in implementing its monetary policy pp. 67-79 Downloads
Emilia Georgieva
Discursive differences and policy outcomes: EU-Russia relations and security in Europe pp. 81-95 Downloads
Licínia Simao
Some considerations on the EU Danube Strategy and the Black Sea Region pp. 97-110 Downloads
Costel Coroban
Policies for strategic territorial development.Inter-municipality association as a form of network governance: the Italian experience pp. 111-128 Downloads
Patrizia Messina
Problems of Romanian SMEs with tapping EU structural funds pp. 129-146 Downloads
Gabor Hunya
BOOK REVIEW - John McClintock, The Uniting of Nations: An Essay on Global Governance pp. 147-150 Downloads
Lucian-Dumitru Dîrdalã

Volume 13(SI), month October, 2022

Editorial: Focus on Central and Eastern Europe pp. 5-7 Downloads
Zoltán Bretter
Borders connecting and dividing - East meets West and the borders of the European Union pp. 9-32 Downloads
Andrea Schmidt
Eastern Europe, Central Europe, or East Central Europe? Imagined geography of the region pp. 33-52 Downloads
Leszek Nowak
Is the Visegrad Group disintegrating? A case study on the diversification of the Visegrad states’ EU enlargement policy since 2014 pp. 53-72 Downloads
Christopher Walsch
Threshold impact of corruption on income inequality-social transfers nexus in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 73-98 Downloads
Emin Efecan AKTAÅž
Effectiveness of the European Union grants to civil society in the Baltic states: an evaluation of the EU program 'Europe for Citizens' (2007-2020) pp. 99-119 Downloads
JÄ nis Kapustä€ns
Legal and practical conditions of the functioning of the civil society organizations in Hungary and Poland pp. 120-140 Downloads
László Kà Kai and Agnieszka Bejma
Maternity benefit: comparison of systems and financing in V4 countries pp. 141-163 Downloads
Danuta Duda, Kamila Tureäœkovã, Ivona Buryovã and Radka Kubalovã
Second parliamentary chambers as safeguards against democratic backsliding? Case study of Czech and Polish senates pp. 164-182 Downloads
Petr Just and Jakub CHARVÃ T
Comparative populism: Romania and Hungary pp. 183-206 Downloads
Zoltán Bretter
Hybrid foreign policies in the EU’s Eastern flank: adaptive diplomacy pp. 207-235 Downloads
Péter Kacziba and Barış Hasan
Perspectives on future trends and opportunities in a changing world – with a special focus on the Visegrad Countries pp. 236-259 Downloads
Zoltán Vã–rã–s

Volume 13(2), month December, 2022

FDI inflows, human development and export upgrading: evidence from EU transition economies pp. 5-23 Downloads
Yilmaz Bayar and Laura DIACONU (maxim)
Trade and FDI connectivity in Europe: the European Union, Western Balkans and new EU candidate countries pp. 24-53 Downloads
Alena Dorakh
Evaluating the relationship between sustainable development, localisation and the informal economy: evidence from Romania pp. 54-76 Downloads
Ioana Alexandra Horodnic, Colin Williams and Iuliana M. CHIÈšAC
Women's entrepreneurship in the Republic of Moldova: special needs and policy priorities pp. 77-98 Downloads
Natalia Vinogradova, Elena Aculai and Vladislav Boldurat
The EU's response vs. Chinese vaccine diplomacy in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 99-115 Downloads
Goran Ilik and Vesna Shapkoski
Analysis of the current integration process: from the past to the future of the European Union pp. 116-139 Downloads
Markéta PEKARČà Kovã and Michaela STANà Ĝkovã
The democratic legitimacy hierarchy. The scales to determine authorities's legitimacy in democratic states pp. 140-159 Downloads
Metehan DOÄžAN
Gender disparities in COVID-19 job losses across European post-transition economies pp. 160-184 Downloads
Valerija Botriä† and Tanja Broz
The EU as a norm-maker in resilience and aid delivery: from aid effectiveness to effective cooperation for sustainable development pp. 185-203 Downloads
George-Mihael Manea
An empirical investigation of the extended Technology Acceptance Model to explain mobile banking adoption pp. 204-225 Downloads
Korhan K. Gokmenoglu and Mohamad Kaakeh
The family support systems operating in the Visegrad Group countries (V4) pp. 226-245 Downloads
Csilla Czeglã‰di, Å ukasz Tomczyk, Alena ÄŒARÅ Ovã, Petr Řehoå˜, Michaela SLà Dkayovã and Tímea JUHà Sz
Analysis of the relationship between the state of cluster development and sustainable growth: evidence from European countries pp. 246-262 Downloads
Vasyl Hyk, Oleh Vysochan and Olha Vysochan
Conformity, polarization, and democratic dialogue in times of pathogen threats. Germany and the United States during Covid-19 pp. 263-291 Downloads
Björn Toelstede
Regulatory barriers for fintech companies in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 292-316 Downloads
Albulena Shala and Rezearta Perri

Volume 13(1), month June, 2022

From local informalities to meritocracy. How Central and Eastern European social scientists perceive the norms of their field pp. 5-25 Downloads
Csilla Herendy, Marton Demeter, Sára Simon and Manuel Goyanes
Human capital and labour market resilience over time: a regional perspective of the Portuguese case pp. 26-59 Downloads
Marta Simã•es, João Sousa Andrade and Adelaide Duarte
Immigrants on the Slovak labour market: who is more resilient to the impacts of COVID-19? pp. 60-80 Downloads
Andrej Kiner and Radoslav ŠTEFANČà K
Population ageing and sustainable fiscal policy in Czechia pp. 81-105 Downloads
Kateřina Gawthorpe
Relations with the Global South, solidarity and pragmatism in Hungarian foreign policy since the 1960s - a focus on Africa pp. 106-122 Downloads
István Tarrã“sy and Dániel SOLYMà Ri
The currency board in Bulgaria and its impact on sectoral economic activity pp. 123-147 Downloads
Nikolay Peykov
A composite indicator for economic integration maturity: the case of Western Balkan countries pp. 148-166 Downloads
Viktória ENDRŠDI-KOVà Cs and Oleg Tankovski
Communicating uncertainty in times of crisis. The legitimization of EU's response to COVID-19 pandemic through the discourse used by the President of the European Commission pp. 167-184 Downloads
Maria Corina Barbaros
Narrowing the gap in regional and age-specific excess mortality during the COVID-19 in Hungary pp. 185-207 Downloads
Csaba G. Tã“th
No money, no housing security? The role of intergenerational transfers, savings, and mortgage in mobility within and into insecure housing positions in Hungary pp. 208-227 Downloads
Adrienne Csizmady, à gnes GYŠRi and à gnes GYŠRi
Testing the weak form efficiency of the French ETF market with the LSTAR-ANLSTGARCH approach using a semiparametric estimation pp. 228-253 Downloads
Mohamed Chikhi and Claude Diebolt
Smart specialisation policy strategy for interregional cooperation: pushing less-developed regions pp. 254-270 Downloads
Mirko Kruse and Jan Wedemeier
Factors affecting food waste awareness in Turkey. The case of Corum province pp. 271-289 Downloads
A new institutional approach to the study of the Soviet-type economy pp. 290-308 Downloads
Tamara Todorova and Aleksandar Vasilev
The role of focusing events on agenda-setting: changes in the Lithuanian security policy agenda after the annexation of Crimea pp. 309-329 Downloads
Vytautas Valentinaviäœius
Investigation of the perspectives of citizens receiving public social assistance during Covid-19 in Turkey pp. 330-350 Downloads
Mete Kaan Namal, Aynur Yumurtaci and Bulent Arpat
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