Slovakia 2015

Supported by: Center for Social Analyses (CESES), School of Social Sciences of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Project span:
August 2001 – December 2001


Project team: Miroslav Kollár – project coordinator and editor; Grigorij Mesežnikov – editor; Fedor Gál – editor; Peter Zajac – editor; Marián Timoracký – editor; Peter Gonda – editor; IVO internal analysts, as well as external experts

Co-organizing Institutions:
CESES, Department of Social Sciences of Charles University, Prague

To identify the trends in the development of key sectors of the society and the problems which require urgent attention, and to predict anticipated trajectories of further development of the society. To organize a series of mini-seminars attended by experts on various topics, as well as face-to-face interviews with external experts led by the reviewers of each thematic bloc of the publication.

Outputs: A study with a working title: Slovakia 2015 (unpublished).

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