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Matbaası . Darling , Linda ( 1996 ): Revenue-Raising and Legitimacy; Tax Collection and Finance Administration in the Otoman Empire 1560–1660 Leiden, E. J. Brill

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Gutas, Dimitri (1998): Greek Thought, Arab Culture: The Graeco-Arabic Translation Movement in Baghdad & Early Abbasid Society (2nd–4th & 8th–10th) . Routledge. Hagen, Gottfried (2004): Legitimacy and World

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Ivan Vujačić, Jelica Petrović-Vujačić, Svetozar Tanasković and Marko Miljković

various stages of the accession process. Convergence has been a political issue and a source of legitimacy ever since the rise of the “Third World.” However, nowhere it is a more urgent issue than in the European periphery and among the latecomers to

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themselves in a vulnerable situation. As part of the Chacruna Institute for Psychedelic Plant Medicines’ (herein referred to as “Chacruna”) overall mission to educate the public on plant substances and their cultural aspects and legitimacy, alongside

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and the Australian Mining Industry: Exploring the Links between Corporate Disclosure and the Generation of Legitimacy . Journal of Cleaner Production 36 : 68 – 82 . Penela , A. C

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Social Care 2000 Cohen, J. (1991): Deliberation and Democratic Legitimacy. In: Hamlin, A., Pettit, P. (eds): Good Polity

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. 2010 : 81). The process-based approach to assessment of the quality of remuneration policy has its theoretical justification in the institutional and legitimacy theory. As Redmond (2004 : 179) writes “institutional rationality …. requires two types of

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noted in the most recent documents, especially in the C190 Violence and Harassment Convention. Promoting the EU values through the ILO gives them greater legitimacy because they are shared by the international community as a whole. In this way, the EU

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Aura of Kings. Legitimacy and Divine Sanction in Iranian Kingship . Costa Mesa, CA. al-Ṭabarî (1967–1969): Ta’rîx al-Ṭabarî. Ta’rîx al-Rasul wa’l-Mulûk . Ed. Abu’l-Faḍl Ibrâhîm Cairo, 10 vols

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mathematically in the different ways we have of obtaining and analyzing data, and our tool kit of quantitative measures continues to grow. Such growth has the advantage that quantitative methods confer a measure of scientific authority and legitimacy to our

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