EconPapers    
Economics at your fingertips  
 

SEER Journal for Labour and Social Affairs in Eastern Europe

2007 - 2019

Current editor(s): Béla Galgoczi

From Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
Bibliographic data for series maintained by Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG ().

Access Statistics for this journal.
Track citations for all items by RSS feed
Is something missing from the series or not right? See the RePEc data check for the archive and series.


Volume 15, issue 4, 2012

Unemployment and the Eurozone crisis: the state of social welfare in the Balkans pp. 425-431 Downloads
Qerim Qerimi and Bruno Sergi
Moldova’s labour market framework (2006-2011): challenges, opportunities and scenarios pp. 433-455 Downloads
Viorica Antonov
The spectrum of employment policies and their impact on the labour market in Montenegro pp. 457-482 Downloads
Vojin Golubović
The impact of employment in agriculture on overall employment and development: a case study of the district of Topol’čany, Slovakia pp. 483-492 Downloads
Pavol Schwarcz, Ladislav Mura, Mário Pätoprstý and Loreta Schwarczová
The new Labour Code in Hungary in the mirror of the regulations of the European Union and EU member states pp. 493-507 Downloads
Tamás Prugberger and Andrea Szöllös
Industrial relations transformation in the framework of European Union standards: the case of Bulgaria pp. 509-528 Downloads
Ekaterina Ribarova
Capitalism and the global economic crisis pp. 529-537 Downloads
Vladimir Marinković and Natasa Stanisavljević
Social democracy and trade unions pp. 539-544 Downloads
Slobodan Petrović
Trade union and social rights as a part of human rights pp. 545-552 Downloads
Andjelka Račić

Volume 15, issue 3, 2012

The social power of trade unions in the new market economies: why is it in decline? pp. 295-302 Downloads
Ekaterina Ribarova
Trade unions in Slovenia: historical development and the current situation pp. 303-313 Downloads
Miroslav Stanojević and Živa Broder
The contemporary role of trade unions in the European Union in comparison with Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia pp. 315-326 Downloads
Aleksandar Chavleski and Temelko Risteski
Trade unions – between the Scylla and Charybdis of politics pp. 327-336 Downloads
Darko Marinković and Vladimir Marinković
Trade unions and transition pp. 337-344 Downloads
Oliver Momčilović and Mile Draganović
The need for quality trade union organisation pp. 345-351 Downloads
Duško Kostić, Radoje Cvejić and Radmila Marković
The trade union right to organise and its exercise in the Republic of Macedonia pp. 353-362 Downloads
Temelko Risteski, Vesna Sijić and Emrah Mihtaroski
Influence of the European Trade Union Confederation on the development of trade unions in a transition country pp. 363-373 Downloads
Željko Mirjanić and Jasna Čošabić
The modernisation of workers’ unions for the 21st century pp. 375-379 Downloads
Predrag Ristić
Creating a role for unions in ambient conditions for increasing employment pp. 381-389 Downloads
Marko Pavlović and Mladen Stamenković
Trade union pluralism – progression or regression in the protection of workers’ rights in the Republic of Macedonia? pp. 391-399 Downloads
Todor Kalamatiev and Aleksandar Ristovski
Role of trade unions in the prevention of mobbing (or bullying) pp. 401-411 Downloads
Gordan Stefanović
Review article: Europeanisation at the crossroads pp. 413-420 Downloads
Wolfgang Petritsch and Christophe Solioz

Volume 15, issue 2, 2012

Employment policies under budget austerity in times of crisis pp. 143-167 Downloads
Lyuben Tomev
Romania: the commodification of work during the economic crisis pp. 169-195 Downloads
Valeriu Frunzaru
Croatia: Time to re-evaluate employment policy pp. 197-223 Downloads
Maja Vehovec and Iva Tomić
The labour market crisis and the road to job recovery in Serbia pp. 225-252 Downloads
Mihail Arandarenko
Bosnia and Herzegovina – future stuck in the past pp. 253-268 Downloads
Damir Miljević
Labour market and employment policies in Macedonia pp. 269-287 Downloads
Vesna Stojanova and Todor Milchevski

Volume 15, issue 1, 2012

When the EU met the western Balkans: Ready for the wedding? pp. 5-26 Downloads
George Aspridis and Marina Petrelli
A ‘Europe of multiple speed’ in a downward spiral pp. 27-37 Downloads
Béla Galgóczi
The development of social security policies in Greece (1974-2011) through the method of data analysis pp. 39-50 Downloads
Masoura Eleftheria
Social and economic trends in south-east Europe pp. 51-60 Downloads
Béla Galgóczi and Bruno S. Sergi
Why is there no money for pensions? The causes of the social insurance budget deficit and alternative solutions pp. 61-80 Downloads
Liviu Voinea
Calculating reimbursement rates in Bulgaria – results of recent reforms pp. 81-94 Downloads
Ivan Markov, Jeni Nacheva, Yosif Yosifov, Maria Zareva and Petya Georgieva
Increasing the effectiveness of FDI as a driving factor in raising the level of competitiveness in the western Balkans pp. 95-108 Downloads
Danijela Jaćimović
Health issues of immigrant women: A qualitative study of domestic services in Turkey pp. 109-121 Downloads
Nilay Etiler and Kuvvet Lordoglu
Survival strategies of the poor and marginalised – The case of internally displaced people in Georgia pp. 123-135 Downloads
Lela Rekhviashvili

Volume 14, issue 4, 2011

To Europe and back – The Croatian EU accession process and its outcomes pp. 463-480 Downloads
Darko Šeperić
Under pressure: The impact of EU policy on the social partners in central and eastern Europe pp. 481-492 Downloads
Ivana Palinkas
Civil society: any way out from the dead end? pp. 493-504 Downloads
Christophe Solioz
The problem of unemployment in the Republic of Serbia with specific regard to informal employment pp. 505-519 Downloads
Sanja Paunović and Rajko Kosanović
Ageing population and labour productivity in Bulgaria pp. 521-544 Downloads
Rossitsa Rangelova and Grigor Sariiski
Trade unions in Turkey: past, present and future developments pp. 545-569 Downloads
Manfred Wannöffel
Transition from the old to the new: lessons learned in the Israeli Histadrut during the Ramon leadership pp. 571-588 Downloads
Yaffa Moskovich

Volume 14, issue 3, 2011

The metal and textile industry in Romania pp. 321-345 Downloads
Stefania Barbuceanu
Developments and prospects in the metal and textile industries of Macedonia pp. 347-373 Downloads
Mare Ančeva
Developments and perspectives in the metal industry of Serbia pp. 375-399 Downloads
Radmila Grozdanić
The current economic situation facing Montenegro in the time after the global financial crisis pp. 401-425 Downloads
Dejan Dulovic
Research on the development and prospects of the metal and textiles industries in Bosnia and Herzegovina pp. 427-450 Downloads
Duljko Hasić

Volume 14, issue 2, 2011

Romania: the cost of scarce social policies – economic failure pp. 151-168 Downloads
Gabriela Cretu
Serbia: equity and efficiency – hand-in-hand pp. 169-184 Downloads
Dušan Pavlović and Mihail Arandarenko
Croatia: Paradise Lost pp. 185-196 Downloads
Predrag Bejaković
Bulgaria: transition revised – social fragmentation and the increase in poverty pp. 197-214 Downloads
Krastyo Petkov and Atanas Vladikov
Bosnia and Herzegovina: development versus progress pp. 215-238 Downloads
Svetlana Cenić
Montenegro: from equity towards efficiency pp. 239-249 Downloads
Jadranka Kaluđerović
Macedonia: education vs. unemployment – a way out of poverty? pp. 251-264 Downloads
Neda Milevska Kostova and Biljana Kotevska
Kosovo: new country, old problems pp. 265-276 Downloads
Jeton Mehmeti
Albania: education, employment and social policies – lost in translation pp. 277-292 Downloads
Erisa Çela
Moldova: system survival vs. long-term viability pp. 293-313 Downloads
Cornel Ciurea

Volume 14, issue 1, 2011

Post-crisis development model of Serbia pp. 7-15 Downloads
Rastimir Tiosavljević
Effects of the economic crisis in Romania pp. 17-25 Downloads
Constantin Duguleană
Analysis of the asset and loan portfolios of Latvian commercial banks under the circumstances of the crisis of 2008 and afterwards pp. 27-40 Downloads
Svetlana Saksonova
The strengthening of company competitiveness during the crisis period pp. 41-49 Downloads
Edin Kalač and Šaban Gračanin
What can we expect from corporate reporting? The case of Croatia pp. 51-60 Downloads
Tea Golja and Morena Paulišić
Montenegro in the entangled world: perceiving the global crisis from a local perspective pp. 61-71 Downloads
Saša Popović
Playing ‘hide and seek’ with the Treasury: why do Poles engage in the unofficial labour market? pp. 73-82 Downloads
Bogdan Mróz
Private pension funds in Poland pp. 83-100 Downloads
Lech Keller-Krawczyk
Crime and motivation towards corruption as a result of countries in transition: A case study of Serbia pp. 101-109 Downloads
Oliver Momčilović, Aleksandar Đurić and Danijel Kadarjan
The peaceful resolution of labour disputes in the direction of social peace pp. 111-118 Downloads
Vladimir Perić
Legal environment, national strategies and policies for the employment of people with disabilities pp. 119-130 Downloads
Marga Živitere and Viktors Člaidze
Limiting environmentally harmful economic activities: the role of environmental NGOs and activist groups pp. 131-142 Downloads
Alda Ozola
Page updated 2023-01-30