Number of citations: 8

F Adam, M Makarovič, B Rončević, M Tomšič – Znanstveno in publicistično središče, 2001 COBISS.SI-ID 112596736

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PublisherCentral European University, 2004
ISBN9638656905, 9789638656902
COBISS.SI - ID1024124481

D Mihaylova

Policy Studies Series
This review of research in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union off ers a chance to investigate the policy applications of research.

PublisherPeter Lang, 2006
ISBN3039108166, 9783039108169

I Svetlik, B Ilič

The book seeks answers to the question: how has Human Resource Management contributed and how could it have contributed to the development of organisations and economy? Based on theories and literature review each contribution compares HRM practices of several thousand European middle and large organisations, with a special focus on Slovenia, one of the new EU member states, which has successfully managed its transition to market economy. The analyses reveal how strategic the role of HRM in organisations is, how it balances between hard and smart work and between more or less friendly forms of work and employment flexibility. Critical observations of traditional managerial practices, including autocratic and non-participative leadership, which have impacts not only on the organisations but also on wider society, are made. The position of youth is particularly accentuated. Clear differences in these respects have been observed in the wider European area. Recommendations for managers on how their organisations and HRM should be shaped on the way to the knowledge economy are elaborated.

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PublisherTexas A&M University Press, 2006
ISBN1585444235, 9781585444236
COBISS.SI - ID32006754

R Rizman

Subject: Politics and government, Post-communism, History & Theory, Political Process, Political Ideologies - Democracy, Slovenia Politics and government 1990 - ,
Post-communism in Slovenia.
Eugenia and Hugh M. Stewart '26 Series on Eastern Europe

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PublisherIOS Press, 2005
ISBN1586035177, 9781586035174

E Kobal, S Radošević

This book analyses different aspects of science and technology policy in South East Europe (SEE). Some of these countries, particularly the ones facing political and economic crises, are still not integrated into the international community. Furthermore, their scientific communities have not been able to seize the opportunities offered to them on the international level. This has often been the consequence of the fact that R&D is not supported by efficient science policies. In addition, many of the SEE countries have not been able to develop modern management approaches in science. As a result, national scientific communities often do not have the support and information that they need to become integral and active players in the international arena. Without modern management strategies, these countries will not be able to use all of their intellectual and other resources, which are an essential part of economic development. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of S&T policies in SEE countries for the first time and brings these countries into comparative perspective with Central European and other EU countries. In addition, the volume contains analysis of several important science policy issues (human resource management, management of quality and finance, peer review and networking); in this respect, the volume will be of interest to a wider audience interested in S&T policy-making in general.

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PublisherSociological Abstracts, 2003

L P Chall

CSA Sociological Abstracts abstracts and indexes the international literature in sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. The database provides abstracts of journal articles and citations to book reviews drawn from over 1,800+ serials publications, and also provides abstracts of books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers.

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PublisherPraeger, 2003
ISBN0313318026, 9780313318023
COBISS.SI - ID22014045

M F Keen, J Mucha

In this unique collection, more than 20 sociologists assembled from across Central and Eastern Europe chronicle the impact political transformation has had upon sociology during the last decade of the 20th century. Contributors investigate the general patterns this process has taken across the region, as well as the differences from one country to the next. Also examined is the extent to which sociology has contributed to or participated in the transformation, i.e., helped the societies of Central and Eastern Europe identify, understand, and respond to the challenges and opportunities offered by it.

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PublisherLongo, 2006
ISBN8880635182, 9788880635185
COBISS.SI - ID32723298

R Rizman

Questo volume intende fornire una spiegazione sociologica per la nascita dello stato indipendente e della democrazia in Slovenia in seguito al crollo del regime comunista e nel contesto globale dela terza ondata di demozrazzione (1974 - 1990).

PublisherFriedrich Ebert Stiftung , 2002
ISBN8683767027
COBISS.SI - ID    22047837

S Fočo

Employment and Labour - Market Policy in South Eastern Europe, A Phaller, I Kausch (ed.)
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1 Specific features of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) The last  decade makes BiH specific and different from other countries in transition. The war broke out, resulting in horrendously tragic consequences.

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