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by J.M. Van Brabant

eBook Remaking Eastern Europe ― On the Political Economy of Transition (International Studies in Economics and Econometrics) download ISBN: 0792309553
Author: J.M. Van Brabant
Publisher: Springer; 1990 edition (October 31, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 223
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Category: Political
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Although my main focus here is on the economics of reform and east-west assistance, I have tried to embed the .

Although my main focus here is on the economics of reform and east-west assistance, I have tried to embed the multiple technical aspects of restructuring such a resource alloca tion into the context of remaking Eastern Europe. That the volume coincides with the seminal transformations of the communist countries of Eastern Europe is, of course, not fortuitous. But I shall have much less to say about the politi cal transitions from communism to parliamentary democracy, except the ways in which the latter may bolster or hinder the hoped-for economic mutations.

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of transition economies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), or in the . inappropriate international assistance policies to high political risk, major interest of foreign partners in other transition economies, smallness of markets, Romania probably being th. .

of transition economies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), or in the Commonwealth. of Independent States (CIS). inappropriate international assistance policies. to high political risk, major interest of foreign partners in other transition economies, smallness of markets, Romania probably being the only exception, the SEE region has. attracted very limited FDI.

International political economy (IPE), also known as global political economy (GPE), refers to either economics or an interdisciplinary academic discipline that analyzes economics, politics and international relations

International political economy (IPE), also known as global political economy (GPE), refers to either economics or an interdisciplinary academic discipline that analyzes economics, politics and international relations. When it is used to refer to the latter, it usually focuses on political economy and economics, although it may also draw on a few other distinct academic schools, notably political science, also sociology, history, and cultural studies

Entrepreneurship in the Transition Economies of Central and Eastern Europe Saul Estrin and Tomasz Mickiewicz 22. Trade and Firms in Transition László Halpern 23. Pyramid State Ownership and Control in the Czech Republic Evžen Kočenda and Jan Hanousek 24. The Business.

Entrepreneurship in the Transition Economies of Central and Eastern Europe Saul Estrin and Tomasz Mickiewicz 22. The Business Environment in the Transition Wendy Carlin and Mark E. Schaffer Part VII: People 25. People and Transition (Life in Transition Survey) Peter Sanfey 26. The Status of Women during the Early Transition Process Peter Luke 27. The Rural Economy and Households in China and Russia: A comparison Michael Cuddy, Pauric Brophy and Hongmei .

This subject guide provides an introduction to international political economy.

Transition from central planning to a market economy, involving . Topics covered include the socialist system pre-transition, economic reforms, institutions, the political economy of transition, performance and growth, enterprise restructuring, and people and transition.

Transition from central planning to a market economy, involving large-scale institutional change and reforms at all levels, is often described as the greatest social science experiment in modern times. As more than two decades have passed since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union, it is now an excellent time to take stock of how the transition process has turned out for the economies that have moved on from socialism and the command economy.

Bringing together a multidisciplinary team of leading specialists, the volume focuses on the political economy of public policy reform in Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain and Turkey.

This compact volume is meant as a modest contribution to the ongoing debate on how to transform in particular the radically reforming Eastern European economies into more productive sociopolitical organizations. Although my main focus here is on the economics of reform and east-west assistance, I have tried to embed the multiple technical aspects of restructuring such a resource alloca­ tion into the context of remaking Eastern Europe. That the volume coincides with the seminal transformations of the communist countries of Eastern Europe is, of course, not fortuitous. But I shall have much less to say about the politi­ cal transitions from communism to parliamentary democracy, except the ways in which the latter may bolster or hinder the hoped-for economic mutations. In taking stock of where I stand on the issue of "radical reform" of planned economics in general and the CMEA in particular, both still moving targets, I have benefited greatly from participation in formal and informal conferences on economic reform. The product has also profited from many informal discus­ sions and exchanges of views among friends and colleagues, including those entrusted with and purely interested in efforts on the overall topic of the study launched from within the broad context of the United Nations, my at times reluctant employer.