‘This is an impressive reference work providing an impartial and invaluable guide to the politics, economy and history of the region.’ – European Access Plus
Latest events in the region are profiled and new analytical content added for 2012, including:
• three brand new essays, one looking at the influence of the new EU member states on EU foreign policy, and the others assessing the current condition of the Polish and Hungarian economies
• fully updated directories, reflecting all new appointments within the diplomatic service, local government, judicial system, election commission, financial sector, etc.
• individual country chronologies, which give a concise and informative overview of the key events and developments of the past year, as well as throughout each country's political history
Key features of the 2012 edition:
• insightful and analytical articles on key regional issues, ranging from The Impact of EU Integration on Social Policy Reform to Bosnia and Herzegovina since Dayton
• lists of all major companies active in the region, giving contact info, personnel details, areas of activity etc.
• a Who’s Who in Central and South-Eastern Europe, containing biographical details on more than 180 of the region’s leading political figures
• information on research institutes, periodicals and books pertaining to the region.
Did you know…?
That the Government of Ivan Kostov, elected in May 1997, was the first in the history of post-totalitarian Bulgaria to complete its full mandate of four years?
That a United Nations Conference on Trade and Development survey published in 2009 ranked Poland among the ten most attractive locations for foreign direct investment in 2007-09?
All of this content and much more is now live online on Europa World Plus.
You can also order a print copy of Central and South-Eastern Europe 2012. Print and online bundle prices are available.