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Author: Professor Richard Rose
Description: The collapse of the Soviet bloc was only one among many changes in the boundaries of Central European states during the twentieth century. This paper compares the following Central European states-Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany East and West, Poland and Slovakia-in order to map how much and when major changes affected the population of each country. Two time periods are considered: long-term transformation between the end of the Second World War and 1989; and short-term changes since the break up of the Communist system. A mixture of census data and New Democracies Barometer survey data are used to map changes in health, wellbeing, employment, and political and economic attitudes.

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