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Title East-Central European Economies in Transition
Published Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (679 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Letter of Transmittal; Letter of Submittal; Table of Contents; Introduction; I. The Transition to Market Economies and Political Pluralism; Overview; The Legacy of Communism; The Costs and Benefits of Transition; Sequencing of Political and Economic Reforms; Systemic Privatization and Restructuring in East-Central Europe; Post-Privatization Issues in Central Europe; Banking Sector Reform in Central and Eastern Europe; Defense Conversion in East Europe; Gender Issues During Transition; II. Western Assistance and Integration; Overview
Five Years After: Reflections on the Post-Communist Transitions and Western Assistance StrategiesThe Role of International Financial Institutions; U.S. Commercial, Political, and Security Relations; The Relevance of Project Finance for Countries of the Former Soviet Union and East-Central Europe; Technical Assistance Toward Restructuring and Privatization in Central and Eastern Europe; Investment Needs and Financial Flows; Agriculture and Food in Central and Eastern Europe; U.S. Aid to Central and Eastern Europe, 1990-1994: An Analysis of Aid Models and Responses
The Congressional Role in United States Assistance Policy in Central-East European Economies in TransitionIII. Regional Relations; Overview; The Regional Role of the Former Soviet Union and the CMEA: A Net Assessment; Intra-Regional Political and Economic Relations; Regional Security Relations and NATO; The Economic Impact of Unified Germany on Central and Eastern Europe; Between Moscow and Bonn: East-Central Europe in Transition; IV. Country Studies; Overview; The Polish Economic Transition; Hungary During 1988-1994: A Political Economy Assessment
The Czech Republic: An Assessment of the TransitionThe Slovak Economy after One Year of Independence; Bulgaria: A Country Study; Political Incredibility and Bureaucratic Transition in Romania; Economic Transformation in Albania; Slovenia: A Country Study; The Croatian Economy: Transition and Stabilization; Former Yugoslavia: Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Macedonia; East Germany in Transition; Appendix; East-Central European Economies in Transition: A Survey of Data; Index
Notes Reprint. Originally published: Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, 1995
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Privatization -- Europe, Eastern.
Europe, Central -- Economic conditions.
Europe, Eastern -- Economic conditions -- 1989-
Europe, Eastern -- Economic policy -- 1989-
Europe, Eastern -- Foreign economic relations.
Form Electronic book
Author Hardt, John Pearce.
Kaufman, Richard F.
ISBN 1315481758 (electronic bk.)
9781315481753 (electronic bk.)
(Mobipocket ebook)