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Varga, Cs.: Transition to Rule of Law: On the Democratic Transformation in Hungary . Philosophiae Iuris, Budapest, 1995. http://drcsabavarga.wordpress.com/2010/10/24/transition-to-rule-of-law-on-the-democratic-transformation-in-hungary-1995/ and

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-based discipline but judges should let the case speak for itself. The social context of measuring quality is analysed by Zoltán Fleck (43–55). It is a general experience in rule of law systems that a wide gap exists between positive law and justice – the

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'private life' through the concept of formal and informal forms of social control. While the formal social control is expressed through the rule of law, international standards and statutes, the analysis will be pointed to the substantive list of human

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The system paradigm revisited

Clarification and additions in the light of experiences in the post-socialist region

Acta Oeconomica
Author: János Kornai

to the Rule of Law) . Élet és Irodalom, 40(29), July 22. Hirschman , A. O. ( 1970 ): Exit, Voice, and Loyalty . Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press

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governance indicators—control of corruption, rule of law and government effectiveness, there is a strong link with innovation performance. For the other three—voice and accountability, political stability and regulatory quality, there is a moderate relation

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“liberalization” (especially in the business world there was substantial change towards the “rule of law”). For example, in rural communities already, in the 1990s, a corporatist arrangement emerged between local government, business and popular interests ( Oi

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-economy, relationship, the nature of political rule, the functionally closed nature of the system and central conduct of major investment decisions, combined with the lack of rule of law. While these have not led to similar decline as in Russia, the usual answer is

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, political stability and absence of violence and terrorism, regulatory quality, rule of law, and voice and accountability. Data of Table 10 are in line with the findings of other surveys discussed earlier in this subsection. The Baltic countries, Slovenia

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rule of law. For this study, shadow economies reflect mostly legal economic and productive activities that, if recorded, would contribute to national GDP. Therefore, the definition of shadow economy in this study tries to avoid illegal or criminal

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artificial monopolies, – instead of strengthening the rule of law, the law of Rule has been built, – instead of overall safety of private ownership the differentiation of owners became the practice, – instead of decentralized decisions and efforts of private

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