Eastern Journal of European Studies (EJES) vol. 2 no. 1 (2011)

Ukazał się kolejny zeszyt półrocznika Eastern Journal of European Studies (EJES) wydawany przez Centrum Studiów Europejskich (tutaj) Uniwersytetu Alexandru Ioan Cuza w Iasi, w Rumunii. Zeszyt jest co prawda datowany na czerwiec br., ale do nas trafił dopiero dzisiaj (wysłany z Iasi 08.12.2011). Spis treści poniżej: 

EJES, vol. 2, issue 1, June 2011: Optimal taxation and monitoring in an economy with matching frictions and underground activities / Gaetano Lisi -- The increase of rural development measures efficiency at the micro-regions level by cluster analysis. A Romanian case study / Maria Vincze and Elemer Mezei -- The economic crisis and its management in Spain / Andrea Elteto -- On the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the EU accession to the European Convention on Human Rights / Aurora Ciuca -- The role of EU institutions in implementing its monetary policy / Emilia Georgieva -- Discursive differences and policy outcomes: EU-Russia relations and security in Europe / Licínia Simao -- Some considerations on the EU Danube Strategy and the Black Sea Region / Costel Coroban -- Policies for strategic territorial development. Inter-municipality association as a form of network governance: the Italian experience / Patrizia Messina -- Problems of Romanian SMEs with tapping EU structural funds / Gabor Hunya -- Book Review: John McClintock, The Uniting of Nations: An Essay on Global Governance 3rd ed. revised and updated [więcej] / Lucian-Dumitru Dirdala.

Z kronikarskiego obowiązku przytaczam jeszcze spis treści poprzedniego zeszytu, a łącze do pierwszej blognotki o EJES można znaleźć tutaj. EJES, vol. 1, issue 2, December 2010, Thematic issue: FDI and regional development. The investment development path in a globalised world: implications for Eastern Europe / Rajneesh Narula and Jose Guimon -- Foreign direct investment of Central and Eastern European countries, and the investment development path revisited / Marian Gorynia, Jan Nowak and Radosław Wolniak -- Attracting foreign direct investment: the public policy scope for South East European countries / Christian Bellak, Markus Leibrecht and Mario Liebensteiner -- Patterns of inward FDI in economies in transition / Kalman Kalotay -- Inward FDI in seven transitional countries of South-Eastern Europe: a quest of institution-based attractiveness / Nathalie Fabry and Sylvain Zeghni -- Evidence on the determinants of foreign direct investment: the case of EU regions / Laura Casi and Laura Resmini -- The role of multinational enterprises for regional development in Bulgaria / Kaloyan Kolev -- Does FDI promote regional development? Evidence from local and regional productivity spillovers in Greece / Vassilis Monastiriotis and Jacob A. Jordaan -- International outsourcing over the business cycle: some intuition for Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia / Sandrine Levasseur -- Chinese investments in the EU / Haico Ebbers and Jianhong Zhang -- Book Review: Alfonso Martinez Arranz, Natalie J. Doyle, Pascaline Winand (eds.), New Europe, New World? The European Union, Europe and the Challenges of the 21st Century [więcej] / Adrian Ivan. 
   
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