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Economic Transformations in East and Central Europe : Legacies from the Past and Policies for the Future - David F. Good

Economic Transformations in East and Central Europe

Legacies from the Past and Policies for the Future

By: David F. Good (Editor)

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Published: 22nd September 1994
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In East and Central Europe, the euphoria of 1989 has given way to more sober reflections on the economic future of the region. There is now growing concern as to whether these states can successfully make the transition to market economies or if they will gradually lapse into a lengthy period of social and political conflict.
In "Economic Transformations in East and Central Europe, " the contributors argue that the area's economic history over the last century or so uncovers the legacies that will shape its economic future. From this historical perspective they show that the current watershed is only the most recent in a series of dramatic turning points in the region's long-term economic development. They go on to discuss how this heritage can be used positively for building market economies and integrating the region into the world economy. The volume contains fifteen chapters, including analyses of seven individual countries as well as many comparative studies. "The Economic Transformations in East and Central Europe" presents an invaluable guide to understanding the current and future problems of this region.

Prefacep. xv
Introductionp. 1
The Economic Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe in Historical Perspectivep. 3
The Long Viewp. 25
External Shocks and Long-Term Patterns of Economic Growth in Central and Eastern Europep. 27
Institutions and Markets in Historyp. 43
The State, Institutions, and Economic Growthp. 61
Continuity and Discontinuityp. 63
The Collapse of State Socialismp. 75
The Rise and Fall of Yugoslav Socialismp. 93
Appendixp. 109
The Transition to Market Economiesp. 110
The Austrian Social Partnershipp. 131
Notesp. 144
The State and Structural Changep. 145
The Yugoslav Economy from Amalgamation to Disintegrationp. 147
Structural Changes in Polish Agriculture 1918-89p. 163
Referencesp. 176
The Political Economy of Agriculture in Czechoslovakia 1899-1992p. 177
Notesp. 192
International Economic Relationsp. 199
German Banks and Foreign Investment in Central and Eastern Europe before 1939p. 201
Austro-Hungarian Trade and the Economic Development of Southeastern Europe before World War Ip. 231
Referencesp. 256
Between Political Disintegration and Economic Reintegrationp. 261
Foreign Trade in Austria and East-Central Europep. 277
Indexp. 295
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ISBN: 9780415112666
ISBN-10: 0415112664
Series: Contemporary Economic History of Europe Ser.
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 22nd September 1994
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9  x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.59
Edition Number: 1