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LeLoup Lance T. (Washington State University, United States), Ferfila Bogomil (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Have Parliaments Influenced Budget Policy during Democratisation? A Comparison of Hungary and Slovenia
Emergo. Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies, 2003, vol. 10, no. 2, s. 46-65, tab., bibliogr. 30 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Polityka budżetowa, Demokracja parlamentarna, Procedura budżetowa, Porównania międzynarodowe
Budgetary policy, Parliamentary democracy, Budgetary procedure, International comparisons
Węgry, Słowenia
Hungary, Slovenia
The goal in this paper is to compare and contrast the roles of the Hungarian and Slovenian parliaments in budgeting, developing conceptualisations and explanations based on common variables and hypotheses that facilitate comparative analysis. This will also allow more informed judgements on how to further strengthen legislative budgeting in these and other nations in the region. (fragment of text)
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