Bútora Martin, Kollár Miroslav, Mesežnikov Grigorij
Andrejkovič Milan, Bán Andrej, Bútora Martin, Bútorová Zora, Czwitkovics Tomáš, Debrecéniová Janka, Filadelfiová Jarmila, Grambličková Magdaléna, Gruska Damas, Gyárfášová Oľga, Hapalová Miroslava, Hlinčíková Miroslava, Kavický Radovan, Klimovský Daniel, Kollár Miroslav, Kolíková Mária, Krivý Vladimír, Lajčáková Jarmila, Mareková Dana, Mesežnikov Grigorij, Mistríková Zuzana, Mojžiš Miroslav, Mračková Alžbeta, Petocz Kálmán, Sekulová Martina, Sičáková-Beblavá Emília, Strečanský Boris, Trubíniová Ľubica, Woleková Helena, Šípoš Gabriel, Žúborová Viera
IVO, Bratislava, 2011
The publication Slovensko 2010. Správa o stave spoločnosti a demokracie a o trendoch na rok 2011 (Slovakia 2010. Report on the State of Society and Democracy and Trends for 2011) is a modified continuation of a series of analytical yearbooks published by the Institute for Public Affairs. This year's publication is more focused on selected areas of the society with the increased use of internal IVO expertise.
In 2010, as well as before, it was the ambition of the authors and editors of the Report on the State of Society and Democracy to diagnose the current state of society, to identify possible alternatives for further development in numerous areas and, where it was possible, to outline the prospects for positive trends and the conditions necessary for their attainment. The publication captures the landscape in all its diversity and brings witness about the ambiguity of the perception of many aspects of the current development from the view of experts, politicians and the wider public.
The book has been written in cooperation between several independent think-tanks, NGOs and academic departments, which were seeking for a critical social analysis. This year were made some changes in the composition of the team of authors which just had confirmed the existence of the potential of independent professional community in Slovakia. The work of implementation team relied on the combination of experience of renowned experts with the activity of young experts.
The book consists of 13 chapters, written by 31 authors.
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