In Issue 4, 2020, of "Südosteuropa", cultural anthropologist Rossitsa Bolgurova (Sofia) explores labor relations in international firms in Bulgaria through the prism of company celebrations. Economists Kujtim Zylfijaj (Pristina), Dimitar Nikoloski (Bitola), and Nadine Tournois (Nice) examine the impact of the business environment on the formalisation of informal firms in Kosovo. Based on legal theory and case-laws, Enver Hasani (Pristina) discusses the role of the constitutional courts in law-making and maintaining democracy in Kosovo.
In the Open Section, Tihomir Cipek (Zagreb) comments on Croatia’s presidency of the council of the European Union (January — June 2020).
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Rossitsa BolgurovaCompany Celebrations in International Firms in Bulgaria . Are We What We Celebrate?485–504
Kujtim Zylfijaj, Dimitar Nikoloski, and Nadine TournoisThe Impact of the Business Environment on the Formalization of Informal Firms . The Case of Kosovo505–529
Enver HasaniJudicial Review of Democracy . Maintenance of Democracy as a Functionalist Mission in the Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo530–553
Tihomir CipekCroatia’s Presidency of the European Union and the Western Balkans. A New Momentum or a Missed Opportunity?554–568
James Riding, The Geopolitics of Memory. Journey to Bosnia (Ewa Anna Kumelowski)569–571
Yuson Jung, Balkan Blues. Consumer, Politics after State Socialism (Sophie Chevalier)571–573
Mitja Velikonja, Post-Socialist Political Graffiti in the Balkans and Central Europe (Roswitha Kersten-Pejanić)573–574
Marius-Ionut Calu, Kosovo Divided. Ethnicity, Nationalism and the Struggle for a State (Pieter Troch)574–577
Ioana Szeman, Staging Citizenship. Roma, Performance and Belonging in EU Romania (Frederick Schulze)577–580
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