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which underwent transformations, namely Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia in the years of 1994–2008, using the Autoregression Model (ARDL). This study focused on an analysis of

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Mirjana Gligorić Matić, Biljana Jovanović Gavrilović, and Nenad Stanišić

Cyprus 31 Greece 49 Eastern Europe Global LPI rank Slovenia 21 Czech R. 26 Estonia 27 Poland 32 Slovakia 35 Latvia 37 Lithuania 41 Croatia 43 Hungary 45 Romania 46 Bulgaria 51 North Macedonia 56 Serbia 58 Montenegro 65 Albania 75 Source : Authors

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fact is that many smaller economies like Slovakia, Estonia, the Czech Republic and Luxemburg are attracting disproportionally large number of investment projects in ABS. The second macroeconomic factor – GDP per capita – being a rough measure of the

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) to more than 90% (Albania, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, and Romania). In contrast, the share of foreign-owned banks was approximately 20% in Western Europe. The different scales of foreign ownership between the CESEE and Western

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Estonian (2002) translations . Estrin , S. ( 1983 ): Self-Management: Economic Theory and Yugoslav Practice . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Estrin , S. – Uvalic , M. ( 2008 ): From Illyria Towards Capitalism: Did Labor

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include more data. The EE group includes the following 10 countries, which acceded to the EU after 2004: Croatia, Czech Republic, former Eastern Germany, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia. 2 The results of the test are

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Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis , LX , 44 ( 7 ): 415 – 424 . Viira , A. H. – Pöder , A. – Värnik , R. ( 2013 ): The Determinants of Farm Growth, Decline and Exit in Estonia . German Journal of Agricultural Economics , 62 ( 1

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formidable undertaking. (For a thorough review of the EU's architecture see Hare and Stoneman (2017) ). Not surprisingly, the ensuing accession processes proved to be slow and complex. In 2004, 8 CEE countries joined the EU (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

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, Austria, Estonia and surprisingly, Italy which had no XP values below 100%.) Third, the overall size of cuts was tiny as already discussed. These all point to the relevance of burdens that internal devaluation imposes on firms ( Section 2 ). The second

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Despite significant policy efforts, in 2003 the Hungarian general population has fallen behind the Central and Eastern European (CEE) average regarding most social indicators of Internet access, usage, knowledge and attitudes. The article is a policy impact assessment interpreting the results of a population survey covering 10 countries of CEE, performed in 2003 within the framework of the SIBIS Project (Statistical Indicators Benchmarking the Information Society). The 10 Newly Associated States (NAS) covered by the survey are as follows: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. In case of Hungary the relevant strategies, legal framework development and support actions of various public policy areas are analysed with the help of an international comparative analysis of survey findings.

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