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Quantitative and analytical studies in east-west .

Quantitative and analytical studies in east-west eco-nomic relations. In economics, "quantitative" studies include a diversity of methodologies, from basic statistics to econometrics. Granting that the reform has had minimal effect in improving economic performance, the author, nonetheless, argues that it has had significant social and political consequences.

Lavigne, Marie, Economic Relations between Eastern Europe and the .

Lavigne, Marie, Economic Relations between Eastern Europe and the USSR; Bilateral Ties vs Multilateral Cooperation, Paris, Institut de Sciences Economiques et Mathematiques Appliquées, April 1990 (mimeo) (cited as 1990b). Marer, Paul, The Political Economy of Soviet Relations with Eastern Europe, in Sarah Meiklejohn Terry e. Soviet Policy in Eastern Europe, New Haven, Conn. Yale University Press, 1984.

The International Conference "The European Court of Human Rights in East-West Relations: Norms, Values and Legal .

The International Conference "The European Court of Human Rights in East-West Relations: Norms, Values and Legal Politics" is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the participation of the Russian Federation in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Andrea Bianchi (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland) – Staying Put or Running Wild? The Politics of Interpretation of the ECtHR as a Function of its Judicial Policy. Geir Ulfstein (PluriCourts) – The European Convention on Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and the Margin of Appreciation.

Under the directorship of Professor Wolfgang Eichwede, it has since then carved its own distinctive niche within the German academic community through an intensive study of recent developments in the culture and society of Central and East European countries.

and Analytical Studies in East-West Economic Relations, ed. by J. C. Brada .

N 9. P. 233-251; Hewett E. A Gravity Model of CMEA Trade // Quantitative and Analytical Studies in East-West Economic Relations, ed. After Stalin's death, the adjustment of the Soviet domestic and foreign policy began. It led to the general deterioration of the economic situation in the CMEA countries12. The plans for the restoration and development of economic systems in the Eastern European countries were aimed at the Soviet experience, and based on economic theory of the Marxist-Leninist scholars.

Home Browse Books Book details, East-West Relations and the Future of. .

Home Browse Books Book details, East-West Relations and the Future of Eastern. In this book a team of scholars analyzes the interaction of economic and political forces at three interlocking levels - international, regional, and national. Part Two considers the implications of developments in East-West relations for Soviet-East European regional economic, political, and military ties in the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance and the Warsaw Treaty Organization. Parts Three and Four then discuss key facets of the national political and economic strategies of East European countries in the context of their regional and international relations.

This paper presents a comparative analysis of economic development in European and Eurasian countries, focusing on the educational level of population, fertility rates, production by sector and foreign trade.

Eastern European Historiography primarily suffers from a lack of common .

Understanding economic growth and development in Central and Eastern Europe. Organized by the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS Regensburg) in cooperation with the Akademie für Politische Bildung Tutzing (APB) and the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES). students and post-docs from economics and cognate disciplines to submit extended abstracts or full papers.