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Bedingungen ökonomischer Entwicklung in Zentralosteuropa / Conditions of Economic Development in Central and Eastern Europe

Volume 5: Economic Policy and Development Strategies in Central and Eastern Europe

272 Seiten ·  19,80 EUR (inklusive MwSt. und Versand)
ISBN 978-3-89518-076-7 (Mai 1996 )

 
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The basic question treated by the articles in this book is under which conditions the post-socialist economies can successfully integrate themselves into the world market and avoid peripherisation as a result of their economic reforms.

The volume deals very concretly with the imperatives that follow for the Visegrad countries, which are a common external trade policy in central and eastern Europe and a postponement of EU membership. The change of ownership of state-owned enterprises, though, is not as important as is usually assumed for improving the firms' efficiency. Instead, providing for the emergence of capital markets should be a priority with respect of resolving the bad asset problem as precondition for structural change.

The volume also investigates new perspectives for post-socialist economies. The articles focus particularly on issues of institutional change. The perspective of the authors is in accordance with a widespread critique of the shortcomings and deficiencies which have resulted from early strategies of imitating western institutions. The authors analyse rules for decision-making within the firm, institutions of social policy, institutional requirements of trade and economic integration, and the role of financial institutions in stabilising the economy and promoting investment.

Contents:
I. Imperatives for Economic Policy: Monetary Policy and Trade Policy for Stabilisation and Development - Privatisation and Structural Change II. Political Economy of Transition: Beyond Capitalism and State Socialism - Democratic Social Policy in Economies of Central and Eastern Europe after the Market Shock III. Economic Development and Integration into the World Market: Integration and Homogeneity in the Transition Economies - Transformational Development, the Problem of Inflation and Financial Structure


the editor
Dr. Jens Hölscher
Jens Hölscher Reader in Economics at the Brighton Business School, University of Brighton, United Kingdom. [weitere Titel]
dem Verlag bekannte Rezensionen
  • Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 3/1996, S. 811
  • Economic Systems, Dezember 1997, S. 397-400
  • Politische Vierteljahrsschrift 2/1998, S. 379-382
  • Business Library Review International, Sept. 1999
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