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The study examines the new act on business associations passed in 2006. It concludes, that the general principles, the structure of the Hungarian corporate law have remained unchanged since 1988, however, because of the practical demands and the European legal harmonization requirements a new act on business associations was necessary. The new act introduced several entrepreneur-friendly legal institutions and carried out a significant deregulation as well.

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This paper deals with viticulture, viniculture and their social context in the Turfan region from the West Uyghur period (9th–12th cc.) up to the end of the Mongol period (14th century). A comparative analysis of narrative sources alongside documents written in Old Uyghur (ca. 10th–14th cc.) and Middle Mongolian (13th–14th cc.) sheds new light on the interplay between wine production, commerce and state interest, demonstrating that wine was already one of the most important staple products of the Turfan region in the earlier period and a commodity of primary interest to the Mongol Empire. The article illuminates Old Uyghur sources’ depictions of ortok partners, stressing how their peculiarities differ from the better-known ortoq partnerships employed by the Mongol aristocracy, and highlights growing interest among the nobility in wine production and the institutionalization of vinicultural assets during the Mongol period. The author argues that these processes mirror changes in transportation and Eurasian interregional contacts under Mongol rule. Finally, despite the scattered and fragmentary nature of these sources on local economy and society, the author argues that they prompt a reevaluation of trade along the Silk Roads.

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respondents are ‘a member of any group linked to sports, music, arts, political party, NGO, professional and business association, charity, etc.’ Majority of the respondents are not active in groups listed in our question, while 13% of them is a member in a

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those studies with zero citations since publication. The key then was to define what constitutes a blockbuster study. We used data based on major business associations’ best paper awards to develop a measure to identify blockbuster studies. A basic

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