Number 33

Fall 2008.
Civil society in Central Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

CIVIL SOCIETY IN CENTRAL EUROPE

Andrzej K. Koźmiński: Economic Patriotism
Jody Jensen and Ferenc Miszlivetz: Expanding Horizons: The Concept of Civil Society before and after 1989
Máté Szabó: Civil and Uncivil Society in Hungary before and after the Transition
Csaba Varga: Post-modernity in Politico-legal Transitions: Tempted for Radical Changes with Tradition Left Behind
Thomas Glaser: Reviving the Coffee-House Culture
Budapest Analyses:
Serbia – The New Government and the Early Elections
Ukraine and Russia – Ukraine is Facing Early Elections Again
Hungary – In September – October 2008

R e p o r t s   a n d   C o n f e r e n c e s
Cooperation in Justice and Home Affairs. EU – Canada Workshop by Márton Sulyok
Gipsy-Life – II. Central European Short Documentary Film Festival – 9 of May, 2009
ECPR Standing Group on Central European Politics – Report
Parliamentary Careers in Australia – Fellowships

B o o k   R e v i e w s
János Simon: Democracy and Knowledge. Innovation and learning in classical Athens