“Some time ago, William Dunn (1981: 8–19) argued that “the study of public policy is as old as Plato’s concern for The Republic” (as paraphrased by McCool 1995: 1). But even long before ancient philosophers, people had been trying to solve conflicts between interests and ways of satisfying them intuitively, on the fly. Albeit many armed conflicts arose, other struggles were, fortunately, solved peacefully.”
Another great text from Charles University in Prague, this time by: Jaroslav Kos, Jiří Heřt, and Jaroslava Hladíková. Revised and updated by Josef Stingl, David Kachlík, and Vladimír Musil.
Working with a new publishing house here in Prague: Togga, spol. s r.o. who are putting this out soon:
Introduction to Central Europe: What Does It Mean in the 21st Century?
by Mikuláš Huba
What Are the Challenges of Central Europe?
by Miloslav Lapka, Jan Vávra, Eva Cudlínová
Transcultural Communication in the Central European Region: Living in a Culturally Heterogeneous Society Based on the Principles of Freedom, Equality and Ties with the Natural Environment
by Zdenka Sokolíčková
Higher Education and the Challenge of Sustainability: The Central European Case
by Andrew Barton, Jana Dlouhá
Biodiversity Loss and Public Opinion: What is the Situation in Central Europe?
by Anna Kalinowska
Challenges of Urban Agriculture in European Perspective: Highlights on the Czech and Slovak Republic Specifics
by Barbora Duží, Mária Bihuňová, Attila Tóth, Robert Stojanov
Green Growth from the Viewpoint of the Czech Republic
by Jan Vávra, Eva Cudlínová, Miloslav Lapka
Complementary Currencies: The Hungarian Example
by Katarína Zuntychová
Some Additions to Sustainable Development in Visegrad Countries, Especially in Hungary
by Tibor László Csegődi