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Ch 1 Croatian accession to the European Union: institutional challenges , pp 1-20 Downloads
Katarina Ott
Ch 1 Making Public Finance Public: Comparing Croatia, Macedonia, and Ukraine , pp 1-20 Downloads
Katarina Ott
Ch 1 Croatia and the European Union: accession as transformation , pp 1-29 Downloads
Katarina Ott
Ch 1 Croatian accession to the European Union , pp 1-24 Downloads
Katarina Ott
Ch 2 Macroeconomic aspects of Croatia's accession to the European Union , pp 25-65 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek
Ch 2 What does an enlarged European Union mean for Croatia? , pp 31-60 Downloads
Ana-Maria Boromisa
Ch 2 Challenges of macroeconomic stability: a speed limit on Croatia's accession to the european Union? , pp 21-47 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek
Ch 2 Subnational Budget Watch in Croatia: Is Anybody There? , pp 21-50 Downloads
Ivana Maletiæ
Ch 3 Subnational Budget Monitoring in Macedonia: Case Studies of Municipalities of Štip and Gostivar , pp 51-68 Downloads
Zhidas Daskalovski
Ch 3 Fiscal aspects of accession: can we anter the European Union with a budgetary deficit? , pp 49-77 Downloads
Judita Cuculic, Michael Faulend and Vedran Sosic
Ch 3 Banking and financial matters on Croatia's road to the European Union , pp 67-87 Downloads
Velimir Sonje
Ch 3 Trade integration and Croatian accession to the European Union , pp 61-84 Downloads
Vedran Sosic and Boris Vujcic
Ch 4 Poverty, inequality and social exclusion in the European Union and Croatia , pp 79-103 Downloads
Predrag Bejaković
Ch 4 Budgetary Oversight and Accountability in Ukraine: The Case of General Secondary Education , pp 69-103 Downloads
Sergii Slukhai
Ch 4 Freedom of movement of workers in the enlarged European Union and its effect on Croatia , pp 85-107 Downloads
Mirta Kapural
Ch 4 Comparision and harmonisation of the Croatian tax system with the tax systems in the European Union , pp 89-112 Downloads
Hrvoje Arbutina, Danijela Kulis and Mihaela Pitarevic
Ch 5 The rule of law and the judicial system: court delays as a barrierr to accession , pp 105-130 Downloads
Alan Uzelac
Ch 5 How prepared is Croatia for a knowledge-based society? , pp 109-128 Downloads
Predrag Bejaković
Ch 5 State aid in the European Union and Croatia , pp 113-138 Downloads
Marina Kesner-Skreb and Mia Mikic
Ch 6 The European Union as determinant of Croatian trade policy , pp 139-157 Downloads
Ana-Maria Boromisa and Mia Mikic
Ch 6 Evaluation of Croatian innovation capability , pp 129-159 Downloads
Zoran Aralica and Katarina Bacic
Ch 6 Governance and public administration in the context of Croatian accession to the European Union , pp 131-165 Downloads
Marijana Badjun
Ch 7 Premises for the inclusion of agriculture in the process of Croatian accession to the European Union , pp 159-179 Downloads
Ramona Franic and Tito Žimbrek
Ch 7 Extended social Europe? Social policy, social inclusion and social dialogue in Croatia and the European Union , pp 161-184 Downloads
Paul Stubbs and Sinisa Zrinscak
Ch 7 The readiness of the public administration for European Union accession , pp 167-200 Downloads
Ana-Maria Boromisa
Ch 8 Consumer protection in the process of European Union enlargement: challenges for Croatia , pp 201-221 Downloads
Aida Liha
Ch 8 Free movement of capital, the real estate market and tourism: a blessing or a curse for Croatia on its way to the European Union? , pp 185-228 Downloads
Dubravko Mihaljek
Ch 8 Energy in the European Union and in Croatia , pp 181-200 Downloads
Ana-Maria Boromisa
Ch 9 Environmental protection: public participation and access to information , pp 223-248 Downloads
Alida Ban
Ch 9 Employment and unemployment in the Republic of Croatia , pp 201-222 Downloads
Predrag Bejaković and Viktor Gotovac
Ch 9 Accession to the European Union and physical (spatial) planning in Croatia , pp 229-247 Downloads
Jasenka Kranjcevic
Ch 10 Croatian accession to the European Union: the transformation of the legal system , pp 223-248 Downloads
Sinisa Rodin
Ch 10 How prepared is Croatia to access European Union regional policy funds? The case of Istria , pp 249-278 Downloads
Ines Kersan-Skabic
Ch 10 The legal aspects of the protection of minorities in the process of stabilization and association , pp 249-272 Downloads
Snjezana Vasiljevic
Ch 11 Higher education in Croatia and requirements of the European Union , pp 273-300 Downloads
Darko Polsek
Ch 11 The non-governmental sector and the government: a dialogue for Europe , pp 249-271 Downloads
Igor Vidacak
Ch 12 Equality between men and women: challengrs to Croatian legislation , pp 273-290 Downloads
Snjezana Vasiljevic
Ch 12 Socio-cultural values, economic development and political stability as correlates of trust in the European Union , pp 301-326 Downloads
Ivan Rimac and Aleksandar Štulhofer
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