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Risk Mapping of Landslides in New Member States

Risk Mapping of Landslides in New Member States

... of new Member States and Candidate Countries in the creation of compatible regional and national central information systems for supporting authorities in the management of risks and emergency ...

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Fiscal effects of accession in the new Member States

Fiscal effects of accession in the new Member States

... the new Member States’ 2003 Pre-accession Economic Programmes (PEPs) provide some calculations of the effects of accession from a budget accounting point of view with very different approaches and ...

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Trade characteristics of new member states’ agriculture

Trade characteristics of new member states’ agriculture

... ABSTRACT New member states (NMS) joined the European Union (EU) in 2004 or ...old member states (OMS) to reveal differences and similarities in the trade ...

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Price convergence in the European Union and in the New Member States

Price convergence in the European Union and in the New Member States

... 5. Conclusions This paper has investigated price dispersion in the EU15 and in three New Member States (Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic) between 1995 and 2006. Prices in NMS in 2006 were still ...

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Price convergence in the European Union and in the New Member States

Price convergence in the European Union and in the New Member States

... This paper examines price dispersion in the European Union (EU15) and in three New Member States (Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic) between 1995 and 2006. The research is motivated by the fact ...

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Implications of EU Enlargement for Agricultural Markets in the New Member States

Implications of EU Enlargement for Agricultural Markets in the New Member States

... The models were calibrated and validated by country experts and have been further developed and improved as part of the ongoing EU FP project. The major differences between national NMS AGMEMOD models are the ...
New Member States of the EU: Current Trends in Regional Disparities

New Member States of the EU: Current Trends in Regional Disparities

... New Member States of the EU: Current Trends in Regional Disparities Josef Abraham, Milan Vosta ...1. New EU Member Countries: Regional Difference For new EU member ...

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Non-Keynesian effects of fiscal contraction in new member states

Non-Keynesian effects of fiscal contraction in new member states

... Abstract Many economists are convinced that longer-term benefits from fiscal consolidation are in a trade-off with short-term deceleration in output growth. However, more recent research suggests that curbing fiscal ...

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Enlarging the European Union: Taxation and Corruption in the New Member States

Enlarging the European Union: Taxation and Corruption in the New Member States

... the new member states for foreign ...the new member states in Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltic States as well as in the candidate member countries in South ...

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Determinants of Foreign Currency Borrowing in the New Member States of the EU

Determinants of Foreign Currency Borrowing in the New Member States of the EU

... 1. Introduction Private sector borrowing in foreign currencies has become a familiar feature of the catching-up process in Central and Eastern Europe. This “dollarization” – in fact a “euroization” or “swissfrancization” ...

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Exchange Rate Fluctuations in the New Member States of the European Union

Exchange Rate Fluctuations in the New Member States of the European Union

... On May 1 st 2004, ten countries joined the European Union (EU), of which three—Estonia, Lithuania, and Slovenia—have already entered ERM II, with a view to fulfilling the Maastricht criteria by 2006 and adopting the euro ...

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Enlarging the European Union: Taxation and Corruption in the New Member States

Enlarging the European Union: Taxation and Corruption in the New Member States

... the new member states for foreign ...the new member states in Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltic States as well as in the candidate member countries in South ...

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Inflation Differentials in EU New Member States: An Empirical Evidence

Inflation Differentials in EU New Member States: An Empirical Evidence

... As the EU new member states (NMS) are catching-up, they typically exhibit real exchange rate appreciation (Égert et al., 2006). In many countries with floating exchange rate regime, real exchange ...

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Exchange Rate Regimes for the New Member States of the European Union

Exchange Rate Regimes for the New Member States of the European Union

... Abstract This paper combines theoretical and empirical analysis to derive the desirable exchange rate regimes for eight of the new Member States of the EU in their current run-up to EMU. The ...

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"Europeanization of Economic Policy in the New Member States"

"Europeanization of Economic Policy in the New Member States"

... Especially lacking, in this plethora of research, are cross-national studies which capture Europeanization in a quantifiable way and estimate its impact while taking into account the alternative ways in which ...

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Fiscal Challenges Facing the EU New Member States

Fiscal Challenges Facing the EU New Member States

... Marek Dabrowski Professor of Economics, Chairman of the CASE Foundation Council, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of CASE- Ukraine in Kiev, former First Deputy Minister of Finance of Poland (1989-1990) and former ...

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The Stability and Growth Pact from the Perspective of the New Member States

The Stability and Growth Pact from the Perspective of the New Member States

... rise, the demand for certain publicly provided services, such as education, R&D, infrastructure services tend to increase so that low income countries might need extra room to accommodate these higher expenditures as per ...

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Private Sector R&D in the New Member States: Hungary

Private Sector R&D in the New Member States: Hungary

... advanced member states of the EU to improve quality of ...via new technologies, financial muscles and superior business models, while the latter are characterised by extremely low wages and highly ...

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Europeanisation in new member and candidate states

Europeanisation in new member and candidate states

... of new member states after accession In view of the particular findings of candidate country Europeanisation in the context of the 2004/2007 enlargements, the study of the Europeanisation of ...

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Financial integration of new EU Member States

Financial integration of new EU Member States

... the new member states and Germany, which is commonly used as benchmark for the euro ...large new EU member states vis-à-vis ...largest new EU member states, ...

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