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1 Filatotchev, I and Mickiewicz, T (2001) Ownership Concentration, 'Private Benefits of Control' and Debt Financing. UNSPECIFIED 430
2 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 ). 313
3 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. 195
4 Chojnacki, P. (2009) The making of Polish London through everyday life, 1956-1976. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 165
5 Pynsent, R.B. (2007) Conclusory essay: activists, Jews, the little Czech man, and Germans. Central Europe , 5 (2) pp. 211-333. 10.1179/174582107x190906. 151
6 Haynes, RA (2005) A New Greater Romania"? Romanian Claims to the Serbian Banat in 1941. Central Europe , 3 (2) 99 - 120. 10.1179/147909605x69374. 132
7 Duncan, PJS (2005) Contemporary Russian Identity between East and West. Historical Journal , 48 (1) 277 - 294. 10.1017/S0018246X04004303. 120
8 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. 119
9 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. 108
10 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. 103
11 Robertson, F.M. (2009) A study of youth political participation in Poland and Romania. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 98
12 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 98
13 Peter, L. (2003) The holy crown of Hungary, visible and invisible. Slavonic and East European Review , 81 (3) 421-510(90). 90
14 Zusi, PA (2004) The style of the present: Karel Teige on constructivism and poetism. REPRESENTATIONS (88) 102 - 124. 86
15 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). 84
16 Radosevic, S (2004) La industria electronica en los paises de Europe central y oriental: una nueva localizacion de la production global (The electronics industry in Central and Eastern Europe: a new global) production location). Información Comercial Española, Revista de Economía (818) 151 - 164. 83
17 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 - +. 83
18 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. 82
19 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. 78
20 Sikk, A (2005) How unstable? Volatility and the genuinely new parties in Eastern Europe. EUR J POLIT RES , 44 (3) 391 - 412. 78
21 Klautke, E (2010) The Mind of the Nation: The Debate about Völkerpsychologie, 1851-1900. Central Europe , 8 (1) 1 - 19. 10.1179/174582110X12676382921428. 70
22 Balockaite, R (2012) Coping with the Unwanted Past in Planned Socialist Towns: Visaginas, Tychy, and Nowa Huta. Slovo , 24 (1) pp. 41-60. 70
23 Gerry, C.J. and Li, C.A. (2007) Consumption smoothing and vunerability in Russia. (William Davidson Institute Working Papers 885). The William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan: Michigan, US. 67
24 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. 64
25 Zusi, P. (2006) Toward a genealogy of modernism: Herder, Nietzsche, history. Modern Language Quarterly , 67 (4) pp. 505-525. 10.1215/00267929-2006-014. 64
26 Milutinovic, Z. (2006) The death of representation and the representation of death: Ionesco, Beckett, and Stoppard. Comparative Drama , 40 (3) pp. 337-364. 63
27 Gerry, CJ and Li, C (2004) Coping with economic shocks: Consumption Smoothing and the 1998 Russian Financial Crisis. UCL SSEES, London. 62
28 Wigzell, F. (2009) Traditional magic or European occultism? Commercial fortune-telling and magic in post-Soviet Russia and their relationship to Russian tradition. Folklorica: Journal of the Slavic and East European Folklore Association , XIV pp. 57-90. 61
29 Ure, A.A. (2009) Vasilii Rozanov and the Creation. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 60
30 Davidson, P (2009) C.M. Bowra's 'Overestimation' of Pasternak and the Genesis of Doctor Zhivago. In: Fleishman, L, (ed.) The Life of Boris Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago. (42 - 69). Berkeley Slavic Specialties: Stanford. 59
31 Haynes, RA (2007) Reluctant allies? Iuliu Maniu and Cornellu Zelea Codreanu against King Carol II of Romania. SLAVON E EUR REV , 85 (1) 105 - +. 59
32 Ganga, PD (2012) Being a Jewish Writer under the Romanian Fascist Regime: The Case of Mihail Sebastian. Slovo , 24 (1) pp. 3-18. 58
33 Abondolo, DM (2007) Phonosemantic subsets in the lexicon: Hungarian avian nomenclature and l'arbitraire du signe. Central Europe , 5 (1) 3 - 22. 10.1179/174582107x235375. 57
34 Radosevic, S (2004) A two-tier or multi-tier Europe? Assessing the innovation capacities of central and east European countries in the enlarged EU. J COMMON MARK STUD , 42 (3) 641 - 666. 56
35 Hanley, S (2004) From Neo-Liberalism to National Interests: Ideology, Strategy and Party Development in the Euroscepticism of the Czech Right. East European Politics and Societies , 18 (3) 513 - 548. 56
36 Peter, L. (2004) R. W. Seton-Watson's changing views on the national question of the Habsburg monarchy and the European balance of power. Slavonic and East European Review , 82 (3) pp. 655-679. 51
37 Baker, C. (2008) When Seve met Bregovic: folklore, turbofolk and the boundaries of Croatian musical identity. Nationalities Papers , 36 (4) pp. 741-764. 10.1080/00905990802230514. 51
38 McArthur, S.G. (2010) Being European: Russian travel writing and the Balkans, 1804-1877. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 51
39 Davidson, P (2012) A bibliography of works by Viacheslav Ivanov : 1898-1949. Kalamos: St. Petersburg, Russia. 50
40 Hanley, S (1999) The New Right in the New Europe? Unravelling the Ideology of "Czech Thatcherism". Journal of Political Ideologies , 4 (2) 163 - 189. 49
41 Radosevic, S (2007) National Systems of Innovation and Entrepreneurship: In Search of a Missing Link. (Centre for the Study of Social and Economic Change in Europe Working Paper Series 73 ). 47
42 Morrissey, S. (2004) In the name of freedom: autocracy, serfdom, and suicide in Russia. Slavonic and East European Review , 82 (2) 268-291(24). 47
43 Markesinis, E.F. (2010) Andrei Siniavskii. A hero of his time? Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 46
44 Nilsson, R. (2010) Revanchist Russia? Russian perceptions of Belarusian and Ukrainian sovereignty, 1990-2008. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 45
45 Davidson, P (2006) Vyacheslav Ivanov and C.M. Bowra: A Correspondence from Two Corners on Humanism. Birmingham Slavonic Monographs. University of Birmingham: Birmingham. 44
46 Radosevic, SAFS (2005) Does Enlargement Conceal Globalization? Location Issues in Europe. Notes de l'Ifri (58) 44
47 Abondolo, D. (2006) Attila József's 'Szürkület' and covert translation. Central Europe , 4 (2) 147-158(12). 10.1179/174582106x147374. 42
48 Hotopp, U and Radosevic, S and Bishop, K (2005) Trade and industrial upgrading in countries of central and eastern Europe - Patterns of scale- and scope-based learning. EMERG MARK FINANC TR , 41 (4) 20 - 37. 42
49 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. 42
50 Zatonski, M (2012) Jewish Politics in the New Poland: The 1922 Elections, a Case Study. Slovo, 24 (1) pp. 19-40 42