The Impact of Stereotypes on Cooperation in Western Balkans


In the special issue of Theory and Practice (orig. Teorija in praksa) entitled ‘Stereotypisation as a(n) (influential) factor for the (economic) cooperation in the Western Balkans' you will find several papers by members of the Centre of International Relations. The papers in the journal focus on the impact of stereotypes on political as well as economic cooperation between Ex-Yugoslav countries 25 years after its turbulent disaggregation. The issue was edited by two guest editors: Boštjan Udovič from CIR and Matevž Rašković from the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana.

Boštjan UDOVIČ, Matevž RAŠKOVIĆ: EDITORIAL

Romana KOREZ VIDE, Milan JURŠE: THE ROLE OF STEREOTYPING IN A CULTURALLY DIVERSE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

Rok ZUPANČIČ, Jana ARBEITER: 'PRIMITIVE, CRUEL AND BLOOD-THIRSTY SAVAGES': STEREOTYPES IN AND ABOUT THE WESTERN BALKANS

Boštjan UDOVIČ, Maja BUČAR: “MIRROR, MIRROR, ON THE WALL…”: SLOVENIAN DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE IN THE WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES AND ITS REPUTATION IN THE REGION

Matevž RAŠKOVIĆ and Davor VUCHKOVSKI: NATIONAL STEREOTYPES AND SOCIAL DISTANCE TOWARDS SLOVENIANS AMONG FORMER YUGOSLAV COUNTRIES: 25 YEARS LATER

Andreja JAKLIČ, Marjan SVETLIČIČ: DO STEREOTYPES HINDER OR PROMOTE FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT? THE CASE OF WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES

Marko LOVEC, Ana BOJINOVIĆ FENKO: NATIONAL STEREOTYPES AS A CO-DETERMINANT OF BILATERAL RELATIONS: THE CASE OF THE WESTERN BALKANS

Milan BRGLEZ, Samo NOVAK, Staša TKALEC: STEREOTYPING AND HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: AN (UN)CONVENTIONAL APPROACH OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Matevž RAŠKOVIĆ, Boštjan UDOVIČ: EXPLORING STEREOTYPES AMONG FORMER YUGOSLAV COUNTRIES: A METHODOLOGY


Back to list of notificationsPublished: 18. November 2016 | Category: News