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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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Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies
Authors: Oleksandra Kolohoida, Iryna Lukach, Valeriia Poiedynok, and Anastasiia Prokopiuk

-out shows that those provisions may violate Articles 3 (on the duty of the state to protect human rights), 8 (on rule of law), 13 (on right of ownership), 21 (on inalienability of human rights), 22 (on prohibition on narrowing the scope of human rights by

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of law, protection of human rights, wealth, innovation, gender equality and the quality of public services ( Dospial-Borysiak 2017 ). Therefore, they have the highest index of quality of life, welfare and equality ( Nordic Welfare Centre 2020 ). A

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rule of law, human capital, capital accumulation, international trade, and demographic factors, to name a few, are generally considered as being the main determinants of long-run growth. For instance, the seminal paper by Easterly and Rebelo (1993

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the line of law. The problem, raised by ascertaining the (rule of) law to be implemented to the facts of the case is different from fact-finding. Facts, as events of the case, are rooted in the empirical reality, though in a past version of it

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macro-levels, need stability and predictability regarding the state institutions and rule of law, as well as the wider economy. Provision of this stability is usually done by a relevant governing body, such as the central government. Its institutional

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is the only – democratic and rule of law governed – tool to gather that evidence from abroad. In the course of legal assistance, the state in need requests another state to carry out a specific act or procedure, the result of which would be helpful

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