SEER tries to stimulate the exchange of information among researchers, trade unionists and people who have a special interest in the political, social and economic development of the region of south-east Europe.
The journal tries to draw attention to new research results and the latest analyses about the ongoing process of political and social changes in the south-east of Europe. It tries to create more understanding for the importance of the elaboration of democratic structures in industrial relations. The SEER combines contributions from different disciplines and »political schools« into an information package of interest for policy makers, researchers, academics and trade unionists from various backgrounds.
- page I–II Titelei/Inhaltsverzeichnis
- page 3–6 Editorial
- page 7–18 ‘The skies are empty and the continent is overflowing with insoluble problems’ – The Covid-19 crisis in the western Balkans and the failure of the EU Jens Becker, Ina Kulić
- page 19–34 The Republic of Serbia facing the challenge of preserving the health of citizens amidst falling economic activity and the need for credit Snežana Aleksić
- page 35–50 The influence of Covid-19 on the field of social security – The example of the Republic of Serbia Miodrag Komarčević, Petar Čelik, Ivan Arnautović
- page 51–62 States of emergency and the legal questions over human rights restrictions Osman Kadriu
- page 63–70 Covid-19 implications and the realisation of labour rights in the Republic of North Macedonia Tatjana Velkova, Temelko Risteski
- page 71–92 Working conditions and protective measures in multinational companies during the pandemic: The case of Inditex Emirali Karadoğan
- page 93–102 The impact of EU conditionality policy on human rights and rule of law in the western Balkans: An attempt at a methodology Qerim Qerimi
- page 103–106 Catch your breath Christophe Solioz
- page 107–120 The political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the fault lines set down in the Dayton Agreement Slobodan Petrović
- page 121–134 The Dayton Agreement and social reform: Omne principium difficile est Željko Mirjanić, Marko Šukalo
- page 135–152 Material deprivation and employment status in post-transition: Evidence from North Macedonia Dimitar Nikoloski
- page 153–154 About the Authors