POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
Volume 19. Number 71. Spring 2017.
NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE EU
Edit Bencze Lőrinczné Boglárka Koller
Mercè Corretja Piotr Falkowski
Alessandro Marengo János Sallai Csaba Kollár
REPORTS AND CONFERENCES
Projects of International Visegrad Fund
European Action Week Against Racism
Quarterly of Central European Political Science Alliance
C O N T E N T S
M a i n A r t i c l e s
NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE EU
György Matolcsy: Economic Success on a Historic Scale in Hungary – Eight Years and Twelve Steps
Edit Bencze Lőrinczné: The EU and Regional Cooperation in Southeast Europe
Boglárka Koller: The Effects of Differentiated Integration on the Identity of EU Nationals
Mercè Corretja: The Catalan will for Independence
Piotr Falkowski: Poland – Civil Society at the Barricade
Alessandro Marengo: Russian Military Capabilities in 2017
János Sallai: The Establishment of Modern Law Enforcement in Hungary
Csaba Kollár: Development of Security Awareness in Administration of State-owned Companies Through Revised Coaching Methods – A lesson of the survey research in Hungary
R e p o r t s a n d C o n f e r e n c e s
List of Approved Projects of International Visegrad Fund – March 2016
European Action Week Against Racism – 17-25 March – 2018
B o o k R e v i e w s
Handbook on Eastern Europe’s politics by Máté Szabó
A b s t r a c t s
A b o u t the c o n t r i b u t o r s
CEPOLITI REVIEW – CEPSR
Spring 2018, Vol. 19. No. 71.
Editor: János Simon
Managing assistant: dr. Borbála Kossuth
International Assistant: Marengo Alessandro
International Advisory Committee:
The Dear Reader is holding the issue No. 71 of the Central European Political Science Review (CEPSR – CEPoliti Review) in their hands. We launched this review in September, 2000. Everyone was surprised by the great interest, thus we continued with four annual issues, and has been continually publishing ever since. Now we are editing the Vol. 19. No. 71 of CEPSR.
By today, the Central European Political Science Review has not only become the only social scientific review of Central Europe, but because of its integrative power and great professional prestige, we can proudly say it fulfills a bridge role, since it not only informs, but also has orienting and value transmitting roles among the intellectuals of the region.
The CEPSR has been informing the curious Readers of the most important scientific results, political events, programs and books of the region for 19 years. Its success is shown in the fact that it is ordered from four continents, partially by libraries, and partially by private subscribers.
In the No. 71 of the Central European Political Science Review we publish studies of illustrious social scientists, György Matolcsy, who is the “father of un-orthodox economy”. He is not only one of the best “neo-Keynesian” theoretical economist of the 21st century, who founded a school while simultaneously he is a practical expert of the field and proved as a politician as well that his theory works excellently in the practice.
The main topic of this issue is: NATIONAL IDENTITY AND THE EU. The so-called indigenous minority (KIM minority) question is one of the most problematic issues of the European Union, which they haven’t paid enough attention so far. This is why we regard as very important the study of Catalan author Mercé Corretja, in which she shares with us the exciting dilemma about where are the boundaries of the sovereignty of the European integration regarding the minorities.
The Central European Political Science Review is a refereed academic journal that publishes theoretical, policy, and empirical research articles on Central European countries across the whole spectrum of political science, history, social science, environment protection, and culture, all with emphasis on Central European politics, public policy, political culture and foreign policy in comparative perspectives. However, CEPoliti Review (CEPSR) also welcomes manuscripts on different aspects of contemporary social development, when these relate closely to Central European politics, political economy, political culture, reform and opening, development, the military, law and legal system, foreign relations, and other important issues of political significance.
The editors of Central European Political Science Review welcome articles,
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