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post-2007 EU accession era have actors and key players similar to those mentioned above, and if so, from which social strata? The broader context of the study is therefore the processes that emerged after 1989, but which are still at work today

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working structures that sanction breaching the bargains. Slowly, after almost 2 decades, land restitution and EU accession was achieved – but those who once waited patiently became more and more shocked that all this was not, by any means, the

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; The period from 1992 to 2007 – the date of EU accession – a period of slow transformation, with a brief period of capitalisation in 1996‒97 when the pace of change accelerated and the cooperative system was replaced by a land-lease enterprise system

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. Four major periods of these changes can be distinguished: the post-World War II transition period, the age of socialist transformation, decollectivization, and the era of transformations in the early 21st century that began with EU accession. In the mid

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postcommunist welfare reforms in Hungary: the new challenges of EU-accession . Revija za socijalnu politiku , 13 ( 3–4 ): 309 – 333 , https://doi.org/10.3935/rsp.v13i3.644 . 10.3935/rsp.v13i3

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The aim and theoretical framework of the research Following EU accessions in 2004/2007, significant labor migration began from Central and Eastern European nations to Western European countries ( Rangelova 2009 ; Favell 2018 ). Nationals of

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more on the Interreg program. 4 Please see https://www.europarl.europa.eu/enlargement/briefings/33a2_en.htm for basic information about the Phare program’s role in the EU accession process. (accessed January 12, 2021) 5 Interviews cited in this

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