The Editors of the *Special Issue of the Yearbook of the Institute of
East-Central Europe *welcome paper proposals that address any of of the
issues listed beneath (further details may be found here

   - The role of OECD in defining the path of Poland’s transition and
   - The relationship between the OECD and the EU in the fields of
   regulatory processes in the EU, including (but not limited to) such issues
   as corporate social responsibility, bribery and corruption, liberalization,
   competition policy etc.
   - “Daily-life” in OECD: socialization, groups, committees, interests and
   preference formation
   - OECD, G20 and global governance
   - Peer pressure and OECD’s effectiveness: limits and opportunities
   - OECD and the design of economic policy strategies in the EU
   - OECD and the business sector in the V4+ countries
   - Other

Prospective Authors are kindly asked to submit their paper proposals (300
words), including the Author’s name & affiliation, to the Editors of the
Special Issue at: *[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>*
until April 30, 2016. Selected Authors will be invited to submit the final
drafts of their papers (6000 words including bibliography) until June 30,
2016 (negotiable). Please, contact the Editors in case of any questions.

The* Yearbook of the Institute of East-Central Europe* is a peer-reviewed
quarterly, listed in the ICI Journals Master List, published in both print
and online versions.

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