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-Schündeln 2007; Runst 2013 ). Attitudes toward the market economy then predict the institutional paths ( Runst 2014 ). Religion appears here, too, as an explanation for different beliefs ( Runst 2014 ). The border between ‘Latin’ and Eastern Christianity cuts

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calculate the losses and the proposed index. However, their population losses have been high in the past decade, which suggests very high workforce-losses. Since 1990 (the transition to a market economy), Bulgaria has lost around 18% of its population, while

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, Why do Countries Fall into It, and How Can It be Avoided? Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies 3 ( 3 ): 281 – 289 . 10.1177/097491011100300302 Lof , M. – Mekasha , T. J. – Tarp , F. ( 2015 ): Aid and Income: Another Time

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international institutions and the existing literature, at least at the time, suggested that the adoption of flat tax systems was warranted in the context of the transition from centrally planned to market economies ( Ivanova et al. 2005 ). For this reason too

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