Jewish Heritage Travel

Author: Ruth Ellen Gruber
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 9781426200465
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Thoroughly expanded and updated, a unique travel guide to various locales throughout Eastern Europe reviews the Jewish experience in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, the former Yugoslavia, and Bulgaria, as well as new ...

The Routledge Handbook To Regional Development In Central And Eastern Europe

Author: Gabor Lux
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317123948
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13.3 14.1 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 16.1 16.2 16.3 18.1 Immigration to Central and
Eastern European countries, 1995–2014 Regional innovation performance in
Europe, 2007 and 2013 (a) Economic resilience of Central and Eastern
European countries, 2001–2011; (b) Central and Eastern European countries'
economic portfolio (a) Economic resilience of the best and worst performing
regions of Central and Eastern Europe, 2000–2011; (b) Economic portfolio of the
best and the worst ...

Europe Real Estate Yearbook 2007

Author: Marinus Dijkman
Publisher: Real Estate Publishers BV
ISBN: 9077997113
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There are a limited number of exceptions where rents have softened in the last
six to 12 months, but values have now generally stabilized in these locations.
There is a perception of impending localized over-supply in some areas in
Central and Eastern Europe, although this relates more to large food stores than
shopping centers. There is still a relative under-supply of good quality
comparison shopping in the capital cities, for example, and rental levels may yet
rise further for the best ...

Local Economic And Employment Development Leed Local Innovations For Growth In Central And Eastern Europe

Author: Giguère Sylvain
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264038523
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The results show that mobilisation works best if it is institutionalised within local
government, and if the latter has developed a role of catalyst, providing guidance
to the community, creating an enabling environment, facilitating fund raising and
institutional support. Local government officials can usually play this role
effectively provided that their capacities are enhanced to the required level.
Training should be targeted towards the staff involved in planning and decision
making on local ...

Deutsche Bank 2009

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Publisher: WETFEET, INC.
ISBN: 1582078696
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Named “Global Cash Management Bank of the Year” by Treasury Management
International in 2008. • Named “Bank of the Year for Germany” in The Banker
Awards 2007. • Named “Best Export Finance Bank” in the Trade & Forfaiting
Review Awards 2008. • Named “Best Investment Bank in Western Europe,” “Best
Debt Bank in Germany,” “Best Bank in Germany,” and “Best M&A Bank in Middle
East and North Africa” by Global Finance, April 2007. Asset Management: •
Named “Best ...

Landmark 1989

Author: Heinrich Best
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643104499
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Central and Eastern European Societies Twenty Years After the System Change
Heinrich Best, Agnieszka Wenninger. The opportunity to gain new insight into the
dynamics of regime transitions and transformation has been recognized by a
wide and still expanding body of re- search, some of which is documented in the
following three chapters (Baylis, 1994; Best and Becker, 1997; Szelenyi, 2000;
Lengyel and Higley, 2000; Veen, 2004; Best and Edinger, 2005; Lengyel et al.,
2007; ...

Managing Human Resources In Central And Eastern Europe

Author: Michael J. Morley
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134135351
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Comparisons across countries (Hendry, 1991; Kopp, 1994; Templer et al., 1997;
Suda, 2007) in relation to HRM also belong to this macro stream of research. The
micro actors under this umbrella tend to be domestic firms rooted in these regions
and MNCs originating from or operating there. Although the universality of the US
-rooted HRM theories and practices have been tested in firms located in other
countries such as Russia (e.g. Welch, 1994; Michailova, 2002) and China (e.g. ...

The Economic Sources Of Social Order Development In Post Socialist Eastern Europe

Author: Richard Connolly
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415672422
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Nelson, D. (1995) 'Romania', in Z. Barany and I. Volgyes (eds) TheLegacies
ofCommunism in Eastern Europe, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University
Press. Nemstov, B. and ... Norkus, Z. (2007) 'Why Did Estonia Perform Best? The
North–South ... North, D., Wallis, J. and Weingast, B. (2007) 'Limited Access
Orders in the Developing World: ANew Approach to the Problems of
Development', World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4359, Washington,
DC: World Bank. North, D.

Life In Post Communist Eastern Europe After Eu Membership

Author: Donnacha Ó Beacháin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415680840
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as the most impoverished regions of south-east Poland and north-east Hungary.
In addition to emigration, one source of income for local inhabitants after 1989
used to be small-scale trade with Ukraine, but this became impossible after
Slovakia introduced visa requirements for Ukrainians as part of its entry into the
Schengen zone in 2007. As a result of this uneven development economic
emigration to more developed parts of Europe is common, with many people
travelling for ...

Eastern European Immigrant Families

Author: Mihaela Robila
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135196370
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These differences, however, vary greatly across countries with migrants in
Germany and Portugal faring best relative to natives and those in Sweden,
Denmark, Luxembourg, or Spain faring the worst, particularly among non-EU–
born migrants. Gender differences are more important among those born outside
the European Union, with women doing relatively better than men. By continent,
Asian men followed by Latin American and Eastern European men receive the
lowest earnings.