Weitere Publikationen aus diesem Projekt

2014
What really is a pension crisis? A theoretical argument on the link between ageing, productivity, and retirement
Central European University, Budapest
2014
Less Trust, More Taxation? Determinants of Tax-Policy Preferences in Post-Socialist Eastern Europe
Glasgow
2014
Is the Egg Basket Worth Its Price? The Fiscal Implications of Pension Privatization in Eastern Europe
S. 155-178
Washington D.C.
International Monetary Fund
2014
Transition Economies after 2008: Responses to the crisis in Russia and Eastern Europe
S. 216
London
Routledge
2014
When Striking Works: The Case of Unions in the Healthcare Sector in Romania
University of Glasgow
2014
Making Increased Retirement Age Acceptable: The Impact of Institutional Environment on Public Preferences for Pension Reforms
Speyer
German Research Institute for Public Administration
2014
When Less Is More: The Politics of Pension Privatization during the Financial Crisis of the Late 2000s
Northwestern University and University of Chicago
2014
Decision-making in multinational corporations: Key issues in international business strategy
S. 199-215
2013
Managing flexibility: Employment practices in automotive multinationals in Central and Eastern Europe
Evry
2013
The Effect of the Formula Apportionment of the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base on Tax Revenue in the Slovak Republic
S. 453-467
2013
Reforming pensions: the limits of diversification
S. 6
Brussels
European Trade Union Institute
2013
Changing pensions: crisis politics and reform outcomes in Romania and Bulgaria
Deutsche Universität für Verwaltungswissenschaften, Speyer
2013
Central Asian countries: Forms of International Integration and the Impact of the Crisis of 2008
S. 257-274
London
Routledge
2013
Tranzitivní ekonomiky: Politická ekonomie Ruska, východní Evropy a st?ední Asie
S. 580
Prague
Academia
2013
Economic crises and pension reforms: The cases of Romania and Bulgaria.
MZES, Mannheim
2013
Transition Economies after the Crisis of 2008: Actors and Policies
S. 373-382
2013
Dealing with the fiscal implications of transition costs and reform reversals
Vienna
2013
Who wants the flat tax? Individual and contextual determinants of tax-policy preferences in post-socialist Eastern Europe
University of Mannheim
2013
Managing flexibility: Responses of automotive MNCs to host country industrial relations in Central and Eastern Europe
Amsterdam
2013
Political economy of crisis management in East-Central European countries
S. 383-410
2013
Cure or Kill: The Global Financial Crisis and the Changing Domestic Politics of Pension Privatization in Central and Eastern Europe
Sciences Po, Bordeaux
2013
Institutionalismus jenseits der ‚Spielarten des Kapitalismus‘: Transitionsökonomien in der vergleichenden Kapitalismusforschung
S. 86-102
Münster
Westfälisches Dampfboot
2013
The political economy of public pension reforms in Bulgaria, Belarus, and Ukraine
University of Amsterdam
2012
Book Review: Kevin Farnsworth and Zoe Irving (eds.)(2011). Social Policy in Challenging Times: Economic Crisis and Welfare Systems
S. 529-530
2012
The European sub–prime? Financial crisis and the East–European periphery
S. 130–153
London
Routledge
2012
Transition Indicators of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development: A Doubtful Guide to Economic Success
S. 69-75
2012
Welfare State Development in Central and Eastern Europe: A State of the Art Literature Review
S. 59-70
2012
A családpolitika és a nyugdíjak összekapcsolása: kereszténydemokrata nyugdíjpolitizálás Közép-Európában
S. 170-180
Budapest
Gondolat Kiadó
2012
Beyond lock-in versus evolution, towards punctuated co-evolution: On Ron Martin's 'Rethinking regional path dependence'
S. 166-177
2012
Averting the funding–gap crisis: East European pension reforms after 2008
S. 283-299
2012
Linking labour regimes and technological innovation in Central and Eastern Europe: The case of automotive and software industries
Brussels
Centre for European Policy Studies
2012
Averting the Funding-Gap Crisis: East European Pension Reforms since 2008
Edinburgh
2012
International Integration, Varieties of Capitalism and Resilience to Crisis in Transition Economies
S. 1-33
2011
Coping with the Crisis: Policy Responses to the Crisis of 2008 in Eastern Europe
Magdeburg
2011
Foreign direct investments in business services: transforming the Visegrád Four Region into a knowledge-based economy?
S. 1611-1631
2011
What explains governments' responses to the world economic crisis
Wien
2011
East European Pension Politics 2.0: The emergence of diversity in Eastern European pension reforms after the crisis of 2008
Bologna
2011
East European Pension Politics 2.0: The emergence of diversity in Eastern European pension reforms after the crisis of 2008
University of Bremen
2011
Varieties of Capitalism in Transition Economies
Rio de Janeiro
2011
Economic Voting Behavior and the Political Right-Wing (Empirical Evidence from the Slovak Republic)
S. 905-917
2011
The road to a distorted system? Welfare states in East-Central Europe
Prag
2011
Crisis at the periphery: welfare state responses to the economic crisis in Ukraine, Belarus and Bulgaria
University of Bremen
2011
The politics of welfare restructuring in transition countries and the crisis of 2008
S. 149-180
Farnham
Ashgate
2011
East European Pension Politics 2.0: The emergence of diversity in Eastern European pension reforms after the crisis of 2008
Tallinn University of Technology
2010
Financial Crisis as a Verdict on Transition: Introducing the Book Transition Economies: Political Economy in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia by Martin Myant and Jan Drahokoupil
Los Angeles
2010
Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Vulnerabilities: Financial Crisis and its Impact on Welfare States in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States
S. 266-295
2010
International Integration and Resilience to Crisis in Transition Economies
New Orleans
2010
International Integration and Resilience to Crisis in Transition Economies
Montreal
2010
Political economy of crisis adjustment in Eastern Europe
Bordeaux
2010
Jiří Večerník's Czech society in the 2000s
S. 1583-1586
2010
Transition Economies: Political Economy in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia
Hoboken, NJ
Wiley-Blackwell
2010
Financial Crisis and the Politics of Welfare Restructuring in Eastern Europe: Short-Term Impacts and Long-Term Prospects
London
2010
International Integration and Resilience to Crisis in Transition Economies
Münster
2010
Forms of international integration and the vulnerabilities and resiliences to the crisis in Eastern Europe
University of Osnabrück
2009
The IMF is back: Conditionalities in crisis lending to post-communist countries in 2008-2009 and their impact on national strategies and political identities
University of Cambridge
2009
Service Sector Outsourcing in the Visegrád Four: Transforming the European Assembly Platform into a Knowledge-Based Economy?
Jagiellonian University, Krakau
2009
Post-perekhodnye varianty politicheskogo i ehkonomicheskogo razvitija stran Vostochnojj Evropy i byvshego Sovetskogo Sojuza
S. 39-60
2009
What difference has the financial crisis made for the welfare-state regimes in Eastern Europe and the CIS?
London
2009
Global Financial Crisis and its Impacts in Eastern Europe, Russia, and the CIS: Crisis of and crisis in the varieties of dependent capitalism
Offley Place Country House
2008
Globalization and the State in Central and Eastern Europe: The Politics of Foreign Direct Investment
S. 256
London
Routledge