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1 Radosevic, SAAR (2005) Foreign Direct Investment and Restructuring in the Automotive Industry in Central and East Europe. (Centre for the Study of Social and Economic Change in Europe Working Paper Series 53 ). 196
2 Radosevic, S and Yoruk, DE (2001) Videoton: the Growth of Enterprise through Entrepreneurship and Network Alignment. In: SSEES Department of Social Sciences Electronic Working Paper in Economics and Business. 181
3 Bhambry, T and Griffin, C and Hjelm, JTO and Nicholson, C and Voronina, OG (Eds). (2011) PERPETUAL MOTION? Transformation and Transition in Central and Eastern Europe & Russia. Studies in Russia and Eastern Europe: Vol.8. School of Slavonic and East European Studies, UCL: London, UK. 176
4 Filatotchev, I and Mickiewicz, T (2001) Ownership Concentration, 'Private Benefits of Control' and Debt Financing. UNSPECIFIED 168
5 Rady, M (2009) The Gesta Hungarorum of Anonymus, the Anonymous Notary of King Béla: A Translation. Slavonic and East European Review , 87 (4) 681 - 727. 126
6 Isachenkova, N and Mickiewicz, T (2003) Ownership Characteristics and Access to Finance: Evidence from a Survey of Large Privatised Companies in Hungary and Poland. UNSPECIFIED 99
7 Chojnacki, P. (2009) The making of Polish London through everyday life, 1956-1976. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 89
8 Haynes, RA (2005) A New Greater Romania"? Romanian Claims to the Serbian Banat in 1941. Central Europe , 3 (2) 99 - 120. 10.1179/147909605x69374. 79
9 Duncan, P (2007) 'Oligarchs', Business and Russian Foreign Policy: From El'tsin to Putin. UCL SSEES Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe, London. 71
10 Radosevic, S and Yoruk, DE and Dornisch, D (2001) The issues of enterprise growth in transition and post-transition period: the case of Polish 'Elektrim'. In: ESRC Project. 52
11 Baker, C. (2008) Wild dances and dying wolves: simulation, essentialization, and national identity at the Eurovision Song Contest. Popular Communication , 6 (3) pp. 173-189. 10.1080/15405700802198113. 52
12 Radosevic, S (2001) European integration and complementarities driven network alignment: the case of ABB in central and eastern Europe. In: Electronic Working Paper in Economics and Business. 49
13 Nilsson, R. (2010) Revanchist Russia? Russian perceptions of Belarusian and Ukrainian sovereignty, 1990-2008. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 47
14 Osipovic, D. (2010) Social citizenship of Polish migrants in London: engagement and non-engagement with the British welfare state. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 43
15 Radosevic, S (2006) Growth, Integration and Spillovers in the Central and East European Software Industry'. (Centre for the Study of Social and Economic Change in Europe Working Paper Series 69 ). 42
16 Baker, C. (2006) The politics of performance: transnationalism and its limits in former Yugoslav popular music, 1999-2004. Ethnopolitics , 5 (3) pp. 275-293. 10.1080/17449050600911075. 39
17 Ure, A.A. (2009) Vasilii Rozanov and the Creation. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 35
18 Klautke, E (2007) German "Race Psychology" and its Implementations in Central Europe: Egon von Eickstedt and Rudolf Hippius. In: Turda, M and Weindling, PJ, (eds.) 'Blood and Homeland': Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe, 1900-1940. (23 - 40). Central European University Press: Budapest, New York. 35
19 Duncan, PJS (2005) Contemporary Russian Identity between East and West. Historical Journal , 48 (1) 277 - 294. 10.1017/S0018246X04004303. 35
20 Bogatyrev, S (2007) Reinventing the Russian monarchy in the 1550s: Ivan the Terrible, the dynasty, and the church. SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN REVIEW , 85 (2) 271 - +. 34