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Mapping the Paths of the Yugoslav Model: Labour Strength and Weakness in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia
This article addresses three interrelated issues. First, it re-assesses the legacy of Yugoslav self-management and looks at the reasons why this particular historical legacy provided labour inExpand
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Workers and unions after Yugoslavia
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Exceptionalism and its limits: The legacy of self- management in the former Yugoslavia
A sizable literature has investigated the impact of communist legacies in Eastern Europe, whether in general (Jowitt 1992 ; Millar and Wolchik 1994 ; Ekiert and Hanson 2003 ; Pop-Eleches 2007) or inExpand
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The Shape of Populism: Serbia before the Dissolution of Yugoslavia
7 Re ce nz ije , A na li 16 (1 ) – (2 01 9) Populizam se proteklih godina prometnuo u jednu od najvažnijih tema društvenih znanosti, a sve veća akademska produkcija postala je neobuhvatljivom. U baziExpand
Looking Back at Milošević’s Antibureaucratic Revolution: What Do Ordinary Participants Now Think of Their Involvement?
Most scholarship on Serbia's “anti-bureaucratic revolution” of the late 1980s has emphasized elite actors, while ignoring the motivations of ordinary participants. How do ordinary people describeExpand
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Who Are the Neoliberals in Central and Eastern Europe? Assessing Public Support for Neoliberalism in 11 New EU Member States
Abstract Which groups in Central and Eastern Europe are more likely to support neoliberal ideas? This article uses quantitative evidence from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’sExpand