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Jozsef Borocz
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Contemporary Immigration: Theoretical Perspectives on its Determinants and Modes of Incorporation
A Portes, J Böröcz
International migration review 23 (3), 606-630, 1989
17211989
Informality rules
J Böröcz
East European Politics and Societies 14 (2), 348-380, 2000
2242000
Introduction: Empire and coloniality in the ‘Eastern Enlargement’of the European Union
J Böröcz
Empire’s new clothes: unveiling EU-Enlargement, 4-50, 2001
187*2001
Leisure migration: a sociological study on tourism.
J Böröcz
Leisure migration: a sociological study on tourism., 1996
1741996
Small leap forward: Emergence of new economic elites
J Böröcz, Á Róna-Tas
Theory and Society 24 (5), 751-781, 1995
1681995
Goodness is elsewhere: The rule of European difference
J Böröcz
Comparative Studies in Society and History 48 (1), 110-138, 2006
1642006
What Is the EU?
J Böröcz, M Sarkar
International Sociology 20 (2), 153-173., 2005
162*2005
Empire's new clothes: unveiling EU-enlargement
J Böröcz, M Kovács, ED Mauro, A Sher, K Dancsi, P Kabachnik
Central Europe Review e-books, 2001
146*2001
Dual Dependency and Property Vacuum: Social Change on the State Socialist Semiperiphery
J Böröcz
Theory & Society 21, 77-104., 1992
123*1992
The European Union and Global Social Change: A Critical Geopolitical Economic Analysis
J Böröcz
122*2009
The fox and the raven: the European Union and Hungary renegotiate the margins of “Europe”
J Böröcz
Comparative Studies in Society and History 42 (4), 847-875, 2000
992000
Decomposing the intellectuals' class power: Conversion of cultural capital to income, Hungary, 1986
J Böröcz, C Southworth
Social forces 74 (3), 797-821, 1996
951996
Travel-capitalism: The structure of Europe and the advent of the tourist
J Böröcz
Comparative Studies in Society and History 34 (4), 708-741, 1992
911992
Simulating the great transformation: property change under prolonged informality in Hungary
J Böröcz
European Journal of Sociology/Archives européennes de sociologie 34 (1), 81-107, 1993
87*1993
The informal sector under capitalism and state socialism: a preliminary comparison
A Portes, J Böröcz
Social Justice 15 (3/4 (33-34), 17-28, 1988
771988
Housing advantages for the better connected? Institutional segmentation, settlement type and social network effects in Hungary's late state-socialist housing inequalities
J Bodnár, J Böröcz
Social forces 76 (4), 1275-1304, 1998
711998
Stand Reconstructed: Contingent Closure and Institutional Change
J Böröcz
Sociological Theory 15 (3), 215-248, 1997
591997
From comprador state to auctioneer state: property change, realignment, and peripheralization in post-state-socialist Central and Eastern Europe
J Böröcz
States and Sovereignty in the Global Economy, 209-225, 1999
571999
“Who you know” earnings effects of formal and informal social network resources under late state socialism in Hungary, 1986–1987
J Böröcz, C Southworth
The Journal of Socio-Economics 27 (3), 401-425, 1998
54*1998
Dual Dependency and the Informalization of External Linkages
J Böröcz
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change 14, 189-209, 1992
53*1992
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