News archive - Journal Development and Transition tackles Economic Crisis

The London School of Economics (LSE) and the UN Development Programme (UNDP) have published a new issue of their journal "Development and Transition. From theory to policy in Europe and the CIS"

The journal appears three times and aims to be a forum for policy-oriented discussions and debates about how the nature, evolution and challenges of development and transition intersect in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and also Turkey.

Read more about the journal and the current issue on the economic crisis...

One key purpose of Development and Transition is to stimulate debate at the world’s universities. Reprints of articles for educational purposes are more than welcome (please announce imprints by email).

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As each issue has a particular theme, the current one is focussing on the impacts of the current economic crisis. Here is a selection of articles: 

  • Will democracy survive the economic slump in Central and Eastern Europe? (Jan Zielonka)
  • Democratization and social inequalities (Laurence Whitehead)
  • Attracting and retaining civil servants in the Western Balkans (Damir Ahmetović)
  • Designing anticorruption institutions in Central and Eastern Europe (Daniel Smilov)
  • Performance-based municipal budgeting in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Guy Dionne)
  • Inter-municipal cooperation and decentralization in FYR Macedonia (Guinka Kapitanova)
  • Governance reform in the eyes of practitioners (The Regional Centre for Public Administration Reform, Athens)
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Entry created by Katarina Rohsmann on April 24, 2009
Modified on April 24, 2009