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Elites and Politics in Central and Eastern Europe (1848–1918)

Edited By Judit Pál and Vlad Popovici

The volume deals with the evolution and metamorphoses of the political elite in the Habsburg lands and the neighbouring countries during the long 19 th century. It comprises fourteen studies, compiled by both renowned scholars in the field and young researchers from Central and Eastern Europe. The research targets mainly parliamentary elites, with occasional glimpses on political clubs and economic elites. The main subjects of interest are changes in the social-professional composition of the representative assemblies and inner power plays and generation shifts. The collection of studies also focuses on the growing pressure brought by emerging nationalisms as well as electoral corruption and political patronage.
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← 20 | 21 → Acknowledgements


The publication of this book would not have been possible without the support of several institutions and persons to whom we want to express our deepest gratitude:

Our appreciations go to the Romanian National Research Council for its financial and logistical support during all these years.

To Peter Lang Publishing and its entire personnel for their solicitude, from the editorial project stage to the printed book.

Our gratitude also goes to Professor Viktor Karády and Professor Sorin Mitu, who agreed to proofread the text before publication.

We are deeply obliged to the authors for their affability and diligence when answering our publishing proposal. Our thanks also go to the translators of the studies and all those who have lent us a helping hand, whether it was a piece of advice or an action, when we needed it, especially to Lecturer Dr. Radu Mârza.

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