3 edition of Systemic change and stabilization in Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
Systemic change and stabilization in Eastern Europe
|Statement||edited by László Csaba ; with contributions by Anders Åslund ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Csaba, László, 1935-, Åslund, Anders, 1952-, European Association for Comparative Economic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HC244 .S92 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||91025473|
the link between systemic transformation and security: general assessments of regional cooperation in south eastern europeAuthor: Katarzyna Żukrowska. 21 On Hungary, see David L. Bartlett, “Stabilization, Adjustment, and Reform: The Political Economy of Transition in Hungary” (Manuscript, ); Bruszt, Laszlo and Stark, David, “Remaking the Political Field in Hungary: From the Politics of Confrontation to the Politics of Competition,” in Banac, Ivo, ed., Eastern Europe in Revolution Cited by:
Turmoil at twenty: recession, recovery, and reform in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (English) Abstract. This book, written on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall in , addresses three questions that relate to recession, recovery, and reform, respectively, in Europe and Central Asia's (ECA's) transition by: Why did Eastern Europeans protest less about the brutal social consequences of systemic change than the people of Latin America a decade earlier? Why has the region-wide authoritarian or populist turnabout not occurred?In addressing these questions, this book uses a comparative analysis of the structures, institutions, cultures, and actors shaping both the Eastern.
EDITOR: Systemic Change and Stabilization in Eastern Europe, ; Privatization, Liberalization, and Destruction, ; The Hungarian Small Business in Comparative Perspective, ; (with W. Andreff and M. Dimitrov) Economies in Transition and the Varieties of Capitalism, ; (with Z. Bara) Small Economies' Adjustment to Global Tendencies. Csaba, László, "A nemzetközi pénzügyi szervezetek és a keleteurópai rendszerátalakító politika[International financial organizations and the East European policies aimed at systemic transformation]," Közgazdasági Szemle (Economic Review - monthly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences), Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation), vol. 0(2), pages
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Part 3 Systemic change and stabilization - theory and policy - political economy of sequencing tactics in the transition period, Gerald Roland; experiences of IMF stabilization policies in Latin America and in Eastern Europe, Paul Dembinski and Jacques Morriset; stabilization policy - vision, reality, responsibility, Grzegorz Kolodko.
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The Capitalist Revolution in Eastern Europe: A Contribution to the Economic Theory of Systemic Change (Studies of Communism in Transition) by Laszlo Csaba ( Manufacturer: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
In the late s, after a decade of economic stagnation, growing economic distortions and political unrest or upheaval, the political systems in the socialist countries of Eastern Europe Problems of Systemic Transformation in Eastern Europe: Instability, Inefficiency and Restricted Options | Author: Paul J.
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Systemic change in Eastern Europe and East-West trade. Geneva: European Free Trade Association, Economic Affairs Dept.,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
In The Capitalist Revolution in Eastern Europe, Laszlo Csaba offers an applied economics interpretation of the modernization attempts which followed the collapse of the Soviet empire and of the state socialist experiment. This important book presents a comprehensive overview of empirical and theoretical developments in order to analyse and Cited by: However, while external support can greatly facilitate the reform process in the Eastern European countries, the key to a successful transition to a market economy remains a sustained effort of systemic reform and macroeconomic stabilization.
Systemic Change and Stabilization in Eastern Europe Ez a tanulmánykötet, ami az Európai Gazdaság-összehasonlító Társaság (EACES) alakuló, veronai konferenciáján elhangzott előadásból készült válogatás az egyik első kötet, ami teljes egészében a rendszerváltozással foglalkozik, s amibe keleti és nyugati szakemberek.
Women and Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe book. DOI link for Women and Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe. Women and Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe book. By Joanna Regulska. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Systemic Change, and the Gender Division of Labor in Rural Hungary.
View abstract Cited by: Stabilization and Reform in Eastern Europe: A Preliminary Evaluation Michael Bruno. Chapter in NBER book The Transition in Eastern Europe, Volume 1, Country Studies (), Olivier Jean Blanchard, Kenneth A.
Froot, and Jeffrey D. Sachs, editors (p. 19 - 50) Conference held FebruaryPublished in January by University of Chicago PressCited by: This article deals with the consequences of systemic change in one of the transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Poland.
Analysis is focused on two interrelated areas: management practice and management education. Unique characteristics of Polish economy, society and Cited by: This book analyses the opportunities and barriers for youth entrepreneurship amid systemic change in Central and Eastern Europe.
The authors cover different aspects of youth entrepreneurship and its contribution to the debate on youth unemployment in transition by: The integration of post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe into the EU is one of the success stories of European development.
The region has seen significant economic convergence, dramatic changes in socio-economic indicators and improvements in the natural environment. However, some challenges re. Systemic Change and Stabilization in Eastern Europe. Eastern Europe in the World Economy. Kelet-Európa a világgazdaságban.
Legfrissebb Interjúk. A válság hatására átalakulhat a politikai paletta Magyar Hang, május Kiderül, mi életképes, mi nem Óra, április 9. The dramatic decline of democracy in East-Central Europe has attracted great interest world-wide.
Going beyond the narrow spectrum of the extensive literature on this topic, this book offers a comprehensive analysis of ECE region – Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia – from systemic change in to to explain the reasons of the collapse of ECE democratic.
The Transition from Socialism in Eastern Europe. Domestic Restructuring and Foreign Trade, Arye L. Hillman, and Branko Milanovic, Eds., The World Bank Regional and Sectoral Studies Series.
This paper tests for the impact of various financial risks on bank stability in eastern Europe. Risks include credit, liquidity, and market risks; and risks from the macroeconomic environment.
Furthermore, the paper investigates the extent to which vulnerabilities might be mitigated by good supervisory and regulatory policies and practices. Cited By. The agrarian economies of Central Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union are undergoing a systemic change and transformation.
The region's agrarian economy is still struggling to adjust to economic reality. The region has a substantial part of the world's agricultural resources. Yet despite abundant natural resources, the region'still plays a small role in the world food trade.
The twentieth century has been interpreted as a short century marked by extremes. According to this view, the century lasted only from to or These dates coincide with the rise and fall of communism that came to power in Russia in and ended with the fall of the Berlin wall () or that of the Soviet Union ().
Thus, the concept of a short century is unduly influenced. Europe: The Case of Poland,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activities, 2, (b), pp. ; Anders Aslund, “Principles of Privatization,” in Laszlo Csaba, ed., Systemic Change and Stabilization in Eastern Europe (Dartmouth, UK: Aldershot, ), pp.
; Andrew Berg and Jeffrey Sachs, “Structural Adjustment and International Trade.1 Stabilization and Reform in Eastern Europe: A Preliminary Evaluation Michael Bruno The transformation of Eastern Europe from centrally planned to market econo- mies provides an unprecedented challenge for policymakers in these countries as well as for the international community involved in financing and monitor- ing their economic programs.About 30 countries in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and Asia are involved in vast systemic changes.
Undoubtedly, these changes are leading to full-fledged market economies, though the precise outcome of transformation is not going to be the same for all countries by: