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Volume 12(SI), month August, 2021

Editorial: Resilience in the Space-Economy - in search of the X factor pp. 5-11 Downloads
Karima Kourtit and Peter Nijkamp
Editorial: How well do we know the issue of resilience? Literary research of current levels of knowledge pp. 12-42 Downloads
Jana Ostarkova and Michaela Stanickova
Regional innovation strategy for resilience and transformative industrial path development: evolutionary theoretical perspectives on innovation policy pp. 43-75 Downloads
Bjorn T. Asheim and Sverre J. Herstad
Prosilience trajectories of phoenix regions: a narrative on intelligent transformation of old mining areas pp. 76-99 Downloads
Patricio Aroca, Karima Kourtit, Peter Nijkamp and Roger Stough
What strengthens resilience in public administration institutions? pp. 100-125 Downloads
Alina Profiroiu and Corina-Cristiana Nastacä‚
The effects of COVID-19 on EU federalism pp. 126-148 Downloads
Juan Carlos Martin and Concepcion Roman
A multilevel analysis of the contextual effects in distance education outcomes during COVID-19 pp. 149-169 Downloads
Umut Türk
Urban resilience: an instrument to decode the post-socialist socio-economic and spatial transformations of cities from Central and Eastern Europe pp. 170-195 Downloads
Alexandra Sandu, Alexandru Banica and Ionel Muntele
Spatial interactions of employment in European labour markets pp. 196-211 Downloads
Laura Helena Kivi and Tiiu Paas
Resilience of the European Union as a determinant of its post-pandemic development pp. 212-230 Downloads
Mark Entin and Dmitriy Galushko
Business recovery in the European Union after the global financial crisis: lessons for the Coronavirus pandemic pp. 231-249 Downloads
Consuela-Elena Popescu, Alexandra Horobet, Georgiana Vrinceanu and Lucian Belascu
Building resilience beyond the EU’s eastern borders. EU actorness and societal perceptions in Ukraine and Republic of Moldova pp. 250-272 Downloads
Loredana Maria Simionov, Gabriela Carmen Pascariu and Nadiia Bureiko
Value management models for financial resilience estimations. A case of selected industrial companies in the Republic of Moldova pp. 273-297 Downloads
Iurie Besliu, Oleg Petelca and Veronica Garbuz
BOOK REVIEW: Maria Alina Asavei: Art, Religion and Resistance in (Post-) Communist Romania: Nostalgia for Paradise Lost pp. 298-232 Downloads
Alexandru Stanescu

Volume 12(2), month December, 2021

Are European Union countries efficient or inefficient in energy use? pp. 5-20 Downloads
Ä°brahim Murat Bä°cä°l and Kumru Turkoz
Beyond the EU as the ‘Only Game in Town’: the Europeanisation of the Western Balkans and the role of China pp. 21-45 Downloads
Vladimir Ä ORÄ Eviä†, Richard Q. Turcsanyi and Vladimir Vuäœkoviä†
Visegrad Group countries as a junkyard of Europe? Quality of food and beverages as a theme of the 2019 European Parliament election campaigns - the case of Czechia pp. 46-65 Downloads
Lukas Novotny
Diplomacy, hybrid leadership, and EU actorness: assessing the role of EU High Representative Catherine Ashton in the 2013 Kosovo-Serbia agreement pp. 66-85 Downloads
Ines M. Ribeiro and Stylianos Kostas
The creation of the armed forces of independent Ukraine: military and political background pp. 86-104 Downloads
Serhii Seheda, Vasyl Shevchuk and Oleksii Pokotylo
Current legal issues of digitalization of environmental protection: a view from Russia pp. 105-122 Downloads
Aleksey Anisimov and Anatoliy Ryzhenkov
Interaction between business and financial cycles: evidence from Turkey pp. 123-150 Downloads
Veysel Karagol and Burhan DOÄžAN
The relation international taxation - international law: formal strains and jurisprudential effect pp. 151-168 Downloads
Mihaela Tofan
Judicial review and political (in)stability in Kosovo pp. 169-189 Downloads
Bashkim Rrahmani
Cost and profit efficiency: the case of Bulgarian hotel industry pp. 190-212 Downloads
Dora Doncheva and Dimitrina Stoyancheva
Private property - the inclusive institution which shaped dissimilar economic dynamics. Evidence from the Czech Republic and Romania pp. 213-243 Downloads
Oana-Ramona SOCOLIUC (GURIȚĂ), Andreea-Oana IACOBUȚĂ-MIHĂIȚĂ and Elena Ciortescu
Joe Biden's conflict communication discourse with Vladimir Putin: the Geneva case (2021) pp. 244-262 Downloads
Vilma Linkeviäœiåªtä–
From state to individual. Human security - a new framework of understanding sovereignty pp. 263-279 Downloads
Bogdan Ștefanachi
On the role of translated literature in constructing the "new Soviet person": Anglophone fiction in Soviet Latvia of the 1940s pp. 280-297 Downloads
Evita Badina
The scientific discourse on the concept of sustainable development pp. 298-322 Downloads
Inese Trusina and Elita Jermolajeva
Competitive advantages of Ukrainian border regions under the conditions of European integration processes pp. 323-346 Downloads
Khrystyna Prytula, Florentina Chirodea and Anna Maksymenko
BOOK REVIEW: Godfrey A. Pirotta - Malta: Selected Essays in Governance and Public Administration pp. 347-350 Downloads
Lino Bianco

Volume 12(1), month June, 2021

Investigating the impact of GDP and distance variables in the gravity model using sign and rank tests pp. 5-30 Downloads
Berislav Zmuk
The effectiveness of applying beta-coefficient modifications when calculating returns on shares in Russian companies pp. 31-52 Downloads
Valentina Zozulya, Evgeny Sokolov, Evgeny Kostyrin and Sergey Korolev
The practices and corporate governance frameworks: comparative evidence from south-eastern European countries pp. 53-80 Downloads
Albulena Shala and Albana Berisha Qehaja
Transitional justice and democratic consolidation in post-communist Eastern Europe: Romania and Albania pp. 81-103 Downloads
Ilir Kalemaj
Analysis of bribery predictors for the student population. Evidence from Romania and Moldova pp. 104-140 Downloads
Aurelian-Petrus Plopeanu and Daniel Homocianu
The role of education in explaining technology-intensive exports: a comparative analysis of transition and non-transition economies pp. 141-172 Downloads
Arta Mulliqi
External debt sustainability in the transition economies of southeast Europe: an application by wavelet-based unit root tests pp. 173-190 Downloads
Memduh Alper Demä°r
Support for export as a non-standard Central Bank policy: foreign exchange interventions in the case of the Czech Republic pp. 191-218 Downloads
David Krizek and Josef Brcak
Fiscal sustainability analysis in EU countries: a dynamic macro-panel approach pp. 219-241 Downloads
Gozde Es Polat and Onur Polat
Euroscepticism of the Conservative Party and the Labour Party during the 2015 general election campaign pp. 242-257 Downloads
OndÅ™ej Doleå½el
Armenian foreign policy between Eurasian and European integration models pp. 258-275 Downloads
Hayk Paronyan and Ruben Elamiryan
The Eurasian Economic Union as part of Eurasian (dis)integration pp. 276-290 Downloads
Azhar Serikkaliyeva and Kanat Makhanov
Idiosyncrasies and ideologies in the evolution of EU relations with eastern partnership states pp. 291-312 Downloads
Melania-Gabriela Ciot and Ana Damaschin
BOOK REVIEW: Boris Vormann and Michael Weinman (eds.), The Emergence of Illiberalism: Understanding a Global Phenomenons pp. 313-317 Downloads
Marton Gera
BOOK REVIEW: Hulya Kaya, The EU-Turkey Statement on Refugees. Assessing Its Impact on Fundamental Rights pp. 318-320 Downloads
Carmen Moldovan

Volume 11(SI), month November, 2020

Editorial: Cross border cooperation and peripheral areas in Europe pp. 5-7 Downloads
Tomaz Dentinho
European integration and its effects on population in border and peripheral regions pp. 8-27 Downloads
Sofia Gouveia, Leonida Correia and Patrícia Martins
Crossing borders in higher education? A comparative case study at the intersections of EU regional and higher education policies pp. 28-46 Downloads
Alina Felder
The process of joint learning as a determinant of cross-border project management pp. 47-76 Downloads
Joanna Kurowska-Pysz
Assessing the social and cultural impacts of the European Capital of Culture programme in cross-border regions. A research agenda pp. 77-98 Downloads
Corina Turșie and Thomas Perrin
Quality of governance in the Eastern Partnership countries: the role of the EU, Russia and domestic conditions Abstract: This work is devoted to studying the quality of governance in the Eastern Partnership countries - a project of the European Union, which includes Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. We aim to understand how external and domestic conditions influence the quality of governance in this area by applying the QCA method and regression analysis. We reveal a significant influence of the EU even though many authors doubt the EU’s ability to influence countries beyond its borders that are not offered the membership. We also show that, in this case, the influence of Russia as another external actor does not contradict the influence of the EU on governance but can overlap in other sectors, an aspect which should be investigated in further research. The level of GDP, the democratic regime, the polarization of elites, ethnic fractionation and reserves of resources are significant domestic conditions for the quality of governance pp. 99-119 Downloads
Valeria Stefania Caras
The EU's multifaceted approach to resilience building in the Eastern Neighbourhood. Security sector reform in Ukraine pp. 120-145 Downloads
Edina Lilla Mészáros and Constantin Vasile Țoca
Rethinking the Governance-Governmentality-Governability nexus at the EU's Eastern Frontiers: the Carpathian Euroregion 2.0 and the future of EU-Ukrainian Cross-Border cooperation pp. 146-183 Downloads
Halyna Lytvyn and Andriy Tyushka
Developing a cross-border governance framework for the EU and Turkish border regions pp. 184-207 Downloads
Emrah Söylemez and Çiğdem Varol
Cross-Border Cooperation among South East European countries: case Kosovo pp. 208-232 Downloads
Urtak Hamiti
BOOK REVIEW: Rui Alexandre Castanho, Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) Strategies for Sustainable Development, Hershey, PA: IGI Global Abstract: Cross Border Cooperation (CBC) is one of the European Union’s key tools when it comes to territorial cooperation and engagement with its neighbours, this becoming even more relevant in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, which revealed the critical importance of international cooperation and solidarity. The 2007/2008 crisis triggered the deepest recession since the Great Depression in 1930s; however it appeared equally as a unique opportunity for the international, regional and local actors to promote sustainable solutions to tackle the crisis and to build long-term resilience. The narrative of the Global Recovery Initiative, launched by the European Union in May 2020, revolves around the idea of “building back better”, which translates in attaching transformative solutions to the recovery plan, such as the green deal or digitalization. In this context, CBC is seen as a relevant tool for enhancing stability considering its role which involves supranational process, but also regional ones. Keywords: Cross Border Cooperation, Strategies, organizational culture, Sustainable Development Pages: 233-237 pp. 233-237 Downloads
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