4 edition of The Postcommunist Economic Transformation found in the catalog.
The Postcommunist Economic Transformation
by Westview Pr (Short Disc)
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert W. Campbell (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
This lends insight into the stickiness of many social and economic reforms, calling for more attention to which reforms are reversible and which, as a result, may ultimately be detrimental. Reviews ' the book makes an important contribution both to pension policy and to market-oriented reform studies and will be appreciated by a wide Cited by: 2. Sexuality and Gender in Postcommunist Eastern Europe and Russia is a groundbreaking look at the new sexual reality in Central, Eastern, and Southeast Europe after the fall of communism. The book presents the kind of candid discussion of sexual identities, sexual politics, and gender arrangements that was often censored and rarely discussed.
Synopsis "Much of the literature on the "sequencing" of economic and political liberalization suggests that new democracies cannot successfully implement market-oriented reforms. Yet, post-Communist transformations have shown that under certain conditions, economic liberalizers are able to gain the upper hand in the political process. slund served as an economic adviser to the governments of Russia in and Ukraine in He is a leading specialist on postcommunist economic transformation with more than 30 years of experience in the field.5/5(2).
Post-Communist Economies is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering economics in post-communist countries. It was established in as Communist Economies and renamed as Communist Economies and Economic Transformation in , before obtaining its current name in Discipline: Economics. Post-communism is the period of political and economic transformation or "transition" in former communist states located in parts of Europe and Asia in which new governments aimed to create free market-oriented capitalist economies. Politics. The policies of most communist.
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: The Post-communist Economic Transformation: Essays In Honor Of Gregory Grossman (): Robert W Campbell, Andrzej Brzeski: Books. "A substantively significant and exciting contribution to the field of comparative political economy and to the understanding of postcommunist societies' transformation.
The book is clear and persuasive because of a combination of a carefully developed theory, a deep understanding of postcommunist countries, and a combination of qualitative and quantitative evidence."Cited by: The ongoing effort to transform the centrally planned economies of the postcommunist east into market economies has dashed early hopes that it would be possible to formulate a design and an agenda for marketization and privatization, to manage the process rationally, and to emerge from the turmoil of structural change fairly quickly.
Czech Republic's Economic Transformation: A Study of Post-Communist Transition Paperback – Febru by Ryan Solcz (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle Author: Ryan Solcz. Assesses the post-communist period in Bulgaria and examines how the democratization process has developed so far - Contains valuable historical and comparative features providing the reader with a comprehensive and detailed account of the ongoing political, social and economic transformation in this heavily understudied Balkan country - Employs an extensive range of empirical material and analyses Format: Paperback.
This book is essential reading for those wanting to understand postcommunist politics and the transition to democracy.’ - Ian McAllister, Australian National University ‘Richard Rose is one of the worlds leading political scientists, and one of those who have the most to contribute to the study of a changing by: The postcommunist economic transformation: essays in honor of Gregory Grossman.
[Gregory Grossman; Robert Wellington Campbell;] -- The ongoing effort to transform the centrally planned economies of the postcommunist east into market economies has dashed early hopes that it would be possible to formulate a design and an agenda. Hungarian Economic Reform Legacies of the Communist Reforming Attempts The Postcommunist Transformation in Hungary The Acceleration: Macroeconomic Accomplishments and Problems Privatization: The Backbone of Systemic Change Polish and Hungarian Economic Transformation Compared References.
Responsibility. The Economics of Post-Communist Transition. are the subject of this book. The text is split into four chapters. Mass privatization was a unique program that defined postcommunist economic Author: Olivier Blanchard.
Communist and Post-Communist Studies is an international journal covering all communist and post-communist states and communist movements, including both their domestic policies and their international relations.
It is focused on the analysis of historical as well as current developments in the communist and post-communist world, including. Russian analysts discuss postcommunist economic transformation. Unlike many recent bombastic and fact-free accounts of Russian reforms, this book presents a sober, balanced, and informed picture of the Yeltsin era.
It will be of great value to anyone wishing. Specifically, the book explores postcommunist systemic change, the role of religion and collective identity, the significance of trust and economic culture, patterns of state-economy interactions in enterprise restructuring, the context of EU expansion, the strengths and weaknesses of economic theory and neoliberal doctrine, and the history of ideas in the postcommunist transformation debate.
THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE POSTCOMMUNIST WORLD By JEFFREY S. KOPSTEIN AND DAVID A. REILLY* I. The Puzzle SINCE the collapse of communism the states of postcommunist Eu rope and Asia have defined for themselves, and have had defined for them, two primary tasks: the construction of viable market economies.
Downloadable. The article describes the initial stage of economic transformation, with the analysis of conditions in which the post-communist countries of Central Europe were in The basic source factors affecting the dynamics of socio-economic development in these countries are shown too.
The method of comparative analysis of the countries of the former socialist bloc considered various Author: Kirill R. Kopylov. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Anders Åslund is a leading specialist on postcommunist economic transformation with more than 30 years of experience in the field.
He predicted the fall of the Soviet Union in his Gorbachev’s Struggle for Economic Reform (). In How Russia Became a Market Economy () he argued that the only choice Russia had. economic experiment a failure. His new book How Capitalism Was Built tells the story of how all but 3 of 21 former communist countries were transformed into market economies from towith less than half of them becoming democracies.
Anders Åslund is a leading specialist on postcommunist economic transformation. Get this from a library. Legacies of change: transformations of postcommunist European economies. [John L Campbell; Ove Kaj Pedersen;] -- The essays in this volume examine institutional change in five of the most important areas of economic life in central and eastern Europe after international and regional economic.
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