Eastern Enlargement - Western Enlargement: Cultural Encounters in the European Economy and Society After the Accession (DIOSCURI)

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Eastern Enlargement - Western Enlargement: Cultural Encounters in the European Economy and Society After the Accession (DIOSCURI)

Invoking the mythological figures Castor and Pollux, DIOSCURI focused on current encounters in Europe to predict the ways of cohabitation between the twin economic cultures of the "East" and the "West". The research fields - entrepreneurship, governance and economic knowledge - were explored in four East-Central European countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia) and in four countries of South-Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Serbia/Montenegro).

Final publication: Capitalism from Outside? Economic Cultures in Eastern Europe after 1989

European Public Policy
Principal Researcher(s): 
Violetta Zentai
Researcher(s): 
Zsuzsanna Vidra
Researcher(s): 
Tamás Dombos
Researcher(s): 
Janos Matyas Kovacs
Researcher(s): 
Katalin Kovacs
Researcher(s): 
Eva Kovacs
Researcher(s): 
Andor Daroczi
Researcher(s): 
Balazs Varadi
Research Assistant(s): 
Sara Svensson
Research Assistant(s): 
Linda Szabó
Research Assistant(s): 
Zsuzsanna Vidra
Research Assistant(s): 
Tibor Mester
Research Assistant(s): 
Kata Racz
Research Assistant(s): 
Gyongyi Schwarz
Administrative Information
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Project status: 
Completed
Funding body: 
European Commission 6th Framework Program Specific Targeted Research Project
Duration of Project: 
Jun, 2004 - May, 2007
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