3 edition of Financial reform in Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
Financial reform in Central and Eastern Europe
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Stephany Griffith-Jones and Zdeněk Drábek.|
|Contributions||Griffith-Jones, Stephany., Drabek, Zdenek.|
|LC Classifications||HG186.E82 F568 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|ISBN 10||0333622987, 0312123647|
|LC Control Number||94-24885|
In Lithuania the new coalition government has introduced charges for journalists wanting to access public data that they could previously access for free. But to do that we must first identify the threats, to see where the possible solutions lie. It has always been the case, luckily. It is addressed to all those with an interest in the process of corporate financial reporting reform and activities are tailored to meet the varying needs of different compilers and users of financial statements including those designing and implementing reforms such as ministries of finance; the accounting profession; financial regulators; and teachers of accounting in universities.
This is likely to be because openly partisan media owners often use their news outlets not only to propagate pro-government propaganda but also to attack independent journalists. At various stages of the transition, the reform process encompassed the entire gamut of public finances: the national budget, sub-national finances, extrabudgetary operations, and state-owned financial and non-financial enterprises. In the Philippines the independent news site Rappler came under sustained vicious trolling after it criticised the strongman president Rodrigo Duterte. Topics discussed will include the implications of future EU membership, and the strategies pursued by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. Surowiec, P. One of her first articles, The Growth of Multinational Banking, the Euro-currency market and their effects on developing countries  in the Journal of Development Studies, published inwarned of the risk of excessive international bank lending to developing economies.
Several countries, including the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Romania, and Bulgaria have seen large-scale protests against corruption that have included vocal support for the media and the journalists who helped uncover some of the worst examples of corruption. Journalists need supporting professional, social, and institutional frameworks in which to operate, and this final section suggests some areas where they may obtain it. The first signs of media capture in the region happened in the late s, at the moment digital disruption, falling advertising revenues, and the global financial crisis hit media outlets everywhere. Did the transition from a command to a market economy and the period when it took place, plant the seeds of vulnerability that made transition countries the region excluding Turkey more prone to crisis than developing countries generally? Dragomir, M. This absence of industry solidarity is especially noteworthy and important in light of research documenting how collective action by the media sector can help journalists and news organisations prevail when their freedoms are under threat and help them shape the environment they operate in for the better VonDoepp
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If CitEc recognized a reference but did not link an item in RePEc to it, you can help with this form. Each of these countries has, and has had, first-rate independent, high-minded principled journalists who are excellent at their jobs.
The first signs of media capture in the region happened in the late s, at the moment digital disruption, falling advertising revenues, and the global financial crisis hit media outlets everywhere.
Index on Censorship. In this climate, many journalists seek solidarity and support to continue their work, but do not always find it.
He holds several doctorates and accounting certifications as well as a certificate in Russian from Saint Petersburg State University and a certificate in Russian Culture from Odessa National Polytechnic University. Slovenia and Slovakia are on a par with the UK and France. For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract, bibliographic or download information, contact: Joachim Winter.
The most significant consolidation step occurred in Novemberwhen the prime minister, Viktor Orban, supported the creation of the Central European Press and Media Foundation CEPMFand immediately accepted ownership of media brands weekly and daily newspapers, magazines, online news outlets, blogs, radio and TV stations, and outdoor billboard advertising companies.
But efforts at dealing with the public need to go further. Journalists from all media organisations will thrive if they recognise that they can compete and disagree, but they should not allow themselves to be manipulated by politicians and others into tearing each other apart, undermining the credibility of the entire industry.
Report on Corruption. The first book used Russia as a case study. And while there is more likely to be more women journalists in central and eastern Europe than in many parts of the world, they are still more likely to be judged on their looks and attacked in highly sexualised terms.
Comparing Media Systems beyond the Western World. Outfits like the Balkans Investigative Reporting Network and n-ost pull together resources, civil society groups, and journalists in the region.
To understand the situation and examine what can be done to address it, we sent out a questionnaire to journalists in 16 countries in the region, asking them about the state of press freedom and the areas in which they felt their ability to work was being curtailed.
Hungary is an extreme case, but the problems of ownership and advertising pressures are prevalent across the region. Three-quarters of journalists questioned said that, if they had been attacked for their work, support from other media organisations in their country would have been the most helpful source of support.
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More services and features.This book is organized in two parts. Part I reviews the recent trends in pension reform in Central and Eastern Europe and discusses the key issues related to pension reform in general, focusing in particular on the future direction of pension reforms in Central and.
‘ this publication does contain some very interesting articles.’ – Peter Westin, The Slavonic Review ‘As a whole the book provides extremely useful and up-to-date reference material on financial sector reform in Central and Eastern Europe.’ – Andy M.
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