Eastern European Countries

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Eastern European Countries

Banking reforms in eastern European countries

Education systems of Central and Eastern European countries

Central and Eastern European countries join EU public health programmes

Equality Architectures in Central and Eastern European Countries: A Framework for Analyzing Political Intersectionality in Europe

Comparing alcohol consumption in central and eastern Europe to other European countries

Comparing the organization of public research funding in central and eastern European countries

The Impact of EU Migration Policies on Central-Eastern European Countries

Determinants of the Export Structure of Countries in Central and Eastern Europe

The inability to pay for health services in Central and Eastern Europe: evidence from six countries

Regional collaboration in public health training and research among countries of South Eastern Europe

Atlas of Leading and ‘Avoidable’ Cause of Death in Countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking Prevalence and Correlates in 25 Eastern Mediterranean and Eastern European Countries: Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Global Youth Tobacco Survey

Different trends in euthanasia acceptance across Europe. A study of 13 western and 10 central and eastern European countries, 1981–2008

Homosexuality and HIV/AIDS prevention: the challenge of transferring lessons learned from Western Europe to Central and Eastern European Countries

van den Bempt, Paul, and Greet Theelen. From Europe Agreements to Accession: The Integration of the Central and Eastern European Countries into the European Union. Brussels: European Interuniversity Press, Brussels 1996

P166. Upper gastrointestinal involvement in asymptomatic Crohn’s disease patients in two countries of emerging disease: Asia and Eastern Europe

Blood pressure control and cardiovascular risk profile in hypertensive patients from central and eastern European countries: results of the BP-CARE study

Educational inequalities in mortality in four Eastern European countries: divergence in trends during the post-communist transition from 1990 to 2000


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