Three Social Science Disciplines in Central and Eastern Europe: Handbook on Economics, Political Science and Sociology 1989-2001

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Max Kaase, Vera Sparschuh, Agnieszka Wenninger
Social Science Information Centre (IZ), 2002 - Anthropologie - 668 pages
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The volume documents the development of economics, political science and sociology in Central and Eastern Europe EU accession countries from 1989 to 2001, with a special emphasis on research. Additionally, the recent situation of anthropology, demography, and legal studies is reviewed, though not in the same detail as the three disciplines mentioned first. The book is dedicated to the enhancement of worldwide information and communication on Central and Eastern European social sciences, the improvement of options for cooperation in comparative research involving CEE countries, and the spread of information on and access to capable CEE social science research institutions. A CD-ROM enclosed in the handbook presents an overview on Central and Eastern European institutions in the respective countries relevant for economics, political sciences, and sociology (about 700 institutions).

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Elemér Hankiss
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Bulgaria Mitko Dimitrov
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Czech Republic František Turnovec
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