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UCL Centre for Comparative Studies of Emerging Economies Working Papers

The Centre issues a Working Papers Series and publishes datasets.

Working Papers and Datasets


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2019/1Entrepeneurial and intrapeneurial growth in Central and Eastern European ventures driven by the fit between micro and macro level opportunity exploitationEsin YorukView Paper on UCL Discovery


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2018/3Modelling the costs of informal networking: Evidence from the Western Balkans regionAdnan Efendic and Alena LedenevaView Paper on UCL Discovery

Authoritarian populism at work: A political transaction cost approach with refrence to Viktor Orban's

Zoltán ÁdámView Paper on UCL Discovery


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War and Social Attitudes

Travers Barclay Child and Elena Nikolova

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2017/4Diversity and Collaboration in EconomicsSultan OrazbayevView Paper on UCL Discovery
2017/3The Making of a Liberal Education: Political Economy of the Austrian School Reform, 1865 – 1875Tomas Cvrcek and Miroslav ZajicekView Paper on UCL Discovery
2017/2Export incentives and global value chainsSvetlana LedyayevaView Paper on UCL Discovery
2017/1International knowledge flows and the administrative barriers to mobilitySultan OrazbayevView Paper on UCL Discovery


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2016/5Impact of Financial Integration on Growth in Developing, Transition, and Emerging Market Economies: Quest for Threshold AnalysisSaim Amir Faisal SamiView Paper on UCL Discovery
2016/4Fiscal Consolidations and Their Effects on Income Inequality


Conrad Scheibe

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2016/3Determinants of Bank-Sovereign DistressRaphael Espinoza and Miguel SegovianoDownload paper
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2016/2A New Metrics of Technology Upgrading: The Central and East European Countries in a Comparative PerspectiveSlavo Radosevic and Esin YorukDownload paper
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2016/1Why Do Banks in Developing Countries Hold
Government Securities?
S.M. Ali Abbas and Raphael EspinozaDownload paper
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