Russia and Eastern Europe: A Bibliographic Guide to English-language Publications, 1992-1999

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Libraries Unlimited, 2001 - 537 sivua

In the early 1990s the collapse of the Iron Curtain and the dissolution of the Soviet Union opened Eastern Europe, Russia, and the newly independent states of the former U.S.S.R. to the West. To meet the demand of rising interest, many new English-language publications about this part of the world have appeared over the last decade. This single volume takes a select portion of recent publications and provides useful descriptions and bibliographic information for historians, scholars, researchers, and students. Titles deal with Russia, the independent states from the former Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the states of the former Yugoslavia. Timely and important topics span politics, society, and culture, from the Holocaust to the transition from socialist to market economies and the civil war in the former Yugoslavia.

 

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Sisältö

General and Interrelated Themes
1
History
2
Economics
3
Government and Law
11
International Relations Foreign Trade
13
Political Theories Nationalism Communism Religion
15
Language and Literature
21
Military Affairs
23
Special Studies
259
Handicrafts
261
Commonwealth or Independent States Other Former Soviet Republics Jews and Other Minorities
263
Baltic Republics
265
Estonia
269
Lithuania
270
Ukraine
273
Sociology
274

The Arts
24
Russia the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation
27
Biographies
29
Handbooks and Encyclopedias
32
Libraries Archives and Museums
33
Anthropology and Folklore
35
The Arts
37
Architecture
41
Fine Arts
42
Music
44
Dance
47
Film
49
Theater
51
The Economy
53
Statistics
55
Economic History
56
Economic Theory and Planning
59
Perestroika
60
Agriculture
61
Industry Management and Manufacturing
62
Labor and Trade Unions
63
Unemployment
65
Resources and Their Utilization
66
Finance and Credit
68
Foreign Economic Relations
70
Privatization
71
Education and Culture
73
General Studies
74
Mass Communications
76
Geography and Demography
78
Government and State
80
General Studies
81
Law
82
Politics and Government Special Studies
84
Political Parties
100
Perestroika Glasnost
104
Police Terror Espionage Propaganda
106
Diplomacy and Foreign Relations
108
To 1917
109
1917 to Present
110
With the United States
115
With Western and Third World Countries
119
With Communist Countries
124
Breakup of East European Satellites
127
History
128
General Studies Readers
131
Historiography and Archaeology
133
PrePetrine MuscovyRussia
135
Imperial Russia
138
Revolution and Civil War
150
RSFSR and USSR
156
Military Affairs
165
To 1917
166
1917 to Present
167
Navy
169
Special Studies
170
Nuclear Arms
172
Russian Language
173
Textbooks and Grammars
174
General Studies and Histories
176
Anthologies
184
Critical Studies
188
Individual Authors
207
Special Studies Censorship
234
Philosophy and Political Theory
235
Marxism in Russia and in the USSR
236
Intellectual and Cultural Histories
237
Psychology
238
General Studies
239
Special Studies
242
Science Technology and Research
243
Telecommunications
245
Environmental Protection
246
Social Conditions and Sociology
248
General Studies
249
Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
251
Women
255
History
275
Government and Politics
280
Economics and Business
285
Religion
286
Music Architecture and Art
288
Dissident Movement
292
Central Asian Republics and Peoples
293
Other Republics
301
Armenia
304
Georgia
305
Belarus
306
Siberian Peoples and Cultures
307
Jews
309
History
311
Special Studies
314
Eastern Europe
317
Bibliography
319
Government Politics and Law
325
Foreign Relations
332
Communism
333
Language and Literature
341
National Minorities
344
Holocaust
345
The Society Sociology
351
The Arts and Culture
354
Science and Technology
355
The Downfall of Communism
356
Albania
359
Bulgaria
365
Economics Trade and Business
368
The Society Sociology
369
Czech and Slovak Republics
371
History
372
Economics Trade and Business
378
Government Politics and Law
379
Language and Literature
381
Individual Authors
386
National Minorities
388
Velvet Revolution
389
Hungary
391
History
392
Economics Trade and Business
398
Government Politics and Law
400
Foreign Relations
401
Individual Authors
402
The Society Sociology
403
National Minorities
404
Arts and Culture
406
Poland
409
History
411
Economics Trade and Business
416
Government Politics and Law
421
Foreign Relations
425
Communism
426
Individual Authors
428
The Society Sociology
431
Religion
433
Dissident Movements
434
Arts and Culture
436
Romania
439
Economics Trade and Business
443
Government Politics and Law
444
Foreign Relations
446
Language and Literature
447
The Society Sociology
448
Former Yugoslavia
451
History
453
Economics Trade and Business
459
Foreign Relations
462
Language and Literature
463
Individual Authors
464
Religion
465
Arts and Culture
467
Civil War
468
Name Index
483
Subject Index
505
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Sivu 4 - In fact, in the transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, most of the competition law cases have been abuse-of-monopoly cases against regulated natural monopolists.

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HELEN F. SULLIVAN is Head of the Slavic Reference Service, and Robert H. Burger is Associate University Librarian for Services, University of Illinois Library, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

ROBERT H. BURGER is Associate University Librarian, University of Illinois Library, Urbana-Champaign.

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