Edited By Arben Hajrullahu and Anton Vukpalaj
For many areas of social science research, including conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and international state-building, Kosovo remains a uniquely interesting and relevant case. This book is motivated by the belief that there is much to be gained, analytically and empirically, from bringing together local scholarship that focuses on Kosovo-specific issues. It helps understand how pathdependent historical legacies set in motion prior to and during the war for independence, coupled with contemporary processes of dependence on and interdependence with external actors, shaped contemporary Kosovo society and institutions. It brings together a methodologically diverse set of local scholarly perspectives on contemporary political, legal and societal developments in Kosovo.
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIESON CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Edited byNicolas Hayoz, Jens Herlth & Julia Richers
This series focuses on the political, economic and cultural changes in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. It offers a platform for inter-disciplinary research on this multifaceted part of the world. The focus lies mainly on current and recent developments in societies and political systems; but research on cultural and historical backgrounds has its place here, too. The range of disciplines includes political science, history, and social anthropology, but also philosophy, cultural studies, and literary criticism. The articles are written in English.
Band 1 Nicolas Hayoz, Andrej N. Lushnycky (eds.)Ukraine at a Crossroads.269 pp. 2005.ISBN 3-03910-468-3, US-ISBN 0-8204-7157-7
Band 2 Nicolas Hayoz, Leszek Jesień, Wim van Meurs (eds.)Enlarged EU -- Enlarged Neighbourhood.Perspectives of the European Neighbourhood Policy.392 pp. 2005.ISBN 3-03910-624-4, US-ISBN 0-8204-7167-4
Band 3 Nicolas Hayoz, Simon Hug (eds.)Tax Evasion, Trust, and State Capacities.How good is Tax Moral in Central and Eastern Europe.379 pp. 2007.ISBN 978-3-03910-651-6, US-ISBN 978-0-8204-7168-6
Band 4 Andrej N. Lushnycky, Mykola Riabchuk (eds.)Ukraine on its Meandering Path Between East and West.Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe.210 pp. 2009.ISBN 978-3-03911-607-2
Band 5 Leonidas Donskis (ed.)A Litmus Test Case of Modernity.Examining Modern Sensibilities and the Public Domain in the Baltic States at the Turn of the Century.314 pp. 2009.ISBN 978-3-0343-0335-4
Band 6 Marta Dyczok, Oxana Gaman-Golutvina (eds.)Media, Democracy and...
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