Central and South-Eastern Europe 2004
A comprehensive survey of all the countries and territories of Central and South-Eastern Europe, presenting the latest economic and political developments.
* Includes expert comment on issues of regional importance, up-to-date statistics, a directory of institutes and companies and political profiles
* Provides an impartial and current perspective on economic and political developments
* Over 750 pages of authoritative analysis, current statistics, directory data and biographical details.
* Leading authorities on the area analyse topics of regional interest. Subjects covered are: Central and South-Eastern European Economies; Social Policy and Welfare in Central and South-Eastern Europe: Legacies, Trends and Choices; Religion in Central and South-Eastern Europe; Minorities in Central and South-Eastern Europe; The Baltic Sea Region; The Former Yugoslavia After Milosevic; The Macedonian Question and The Environmental Dimension of Transition in Central and South-Eastern Europe
Individual chapters on every country containing:
* An introductory survey, containing essays on the geography, recent history and economy of each country, which includes a map and full chronology
* An extensive statistical survey of economic indicators, which include area and population, health and welfare, agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, industry, finance, trade, transport, tourism, media and education.
* A full directory containing names, addresses, contact numbers and e-mail and internet addresses for the following areas: the constitution, the government, legislature, local government, political organizations, diplomatic representation, the judiciary, religion, the media, finance, trade and industry, transport, tourism, culture, education, social welfare, the environment and defence
* A useful bibliography, providing sources for further research.
* Biographical details on the leading figures in the region.
* Details of the membership, structure and activities of the principal international organizations operating in the region.
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The Contributors page ix History Prof RICHARD J CRAMPTON page
International Telephone Codes and Explanatory Statistical Survey
General Survey Geography and Map
United Still Differentiated Dr JONATHAN EYAL 3 History MARCUS TANNER
Economies Prof ALAN SMITH 10 Statistical Survey
Religion in Central and SouthEastern Europe THE CZECH REPUBLIC
The Baltic Sea Region Dr KESTUTIS GIRNIUS 36 Statistical Survey
THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
United Nations Environment Programme
Geography and Map 439 United Nations Peacekeeping
Economy Prof GEORGE BLAZYCA 450 International Bank for Reconstruction
United Nations Educational Scientific
Statistical Survey 496 Other UN Organizations active in Central
Country Surveys Directory
Statistical Survey 86 Economy MATTHEW DUNN
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Bibliography
Statistical Survey 121 Economy RICHARD Ross BERRY
Serb Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina 138 Geography and Map
BULGARIA Economy STEVEN MORRISON
Bibliography page 379 Statistical Survey page 629
Geography and Map 521 European Bank for Reconstruction and
History Dr DAVID NORRIS 532 The European UnionEU
International Energy AgencyIEA
Geography and Map 577 Organization for Security and Cooperation
World Trade OrganizationWTO
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