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The Impact of Governments on East-West Economic Relations : Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies - Gary K. Bertsch

The Impact of Governments on East-West Economic Relations

Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies

By: Gary K. Bertsch (Editor), Steven Elliott-Gower (Editor)

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In this volume the perceptive reader will find many clues to the future of the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, East-West economic relations and the impact of governments in this area. The authors are aware of the mistakes of the past, the limitations of centralized planning, the dangers and the futility of confrontation and the global significance of the new roles that governments must play in the transitional period of political and economic reform in the East. Some of the chapters may be considered blueprints for reform and of special significance is the fact that in some cases they were written by scholars who are now policy makers. In the present period, when cold war motivations and the roles and impact of governments in East-West economic relations are undergoing profound changes, new opportunities are opening up for more constructive, meaningful and economically beneficial relations between formerly antagonistic units.

Editors' Introduction; G.Bertsch & S.Elliott-Gower - PART 1: THE SOVIET UNION - Perestroika and East-West Economic Interaction; N.Shmelev - The Soviet Attitude toward Integration in the World Economy; J.F.Hough - Soviet Foreign Trade Reforms and the Challenge to East European Economic Relations with the West; W.Andreff - PART 2: THE UNITED STATES - US-Soviet Trade Policy in the 1980s; R.F.Kaufman - US East-West Trade Policy; C.R.Hansen - US Foreign Economic Policy towards Eastern Europe; U.Plowiec - US East-West Economic Policy: a Soviet View; N.Shmelev - Comments on Part II; F.Levcik - PART 3: EASTERN EUROPE - Foreign Trade Strategies in Eastern Europe: Determinants, Outcomes, Prospects; P.Marer - The Role of Governments in fostering East-West Economic Cooperation; T.B cskai - The Role of the Hungarian Government in East-West Economic Relations; L.Lang - The Impact of Governments on East-West Economic Relations: the Case of Poland; A.Lukaszewicz - East-West Economic Relations and National Interests: the Case of the GDR; P.Sydow - East European Governments and East-West Economic Relations: the Case of Czechoslovakia; V.Kom rek - The Reform of Socialism and East-West Relations: the Yugoslav Experience; D.Vojnic - Comments on Part III C.Saunders, A.Rudka, J.Tesche, J.M.van Brabant - PART 4: WESTERN EUROPE AND JAPAN - The Role of the EC in East-West Economic Relations; K.Schneider - EC-CMEA Economic Relations: Realities and Prospects; I.Commeau-Rufin - The Role of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany in East-West Economic Relations; J.Jahnke - The Role of Japan in East-West Economic Relations; I.Nomura - The Role of the Austrian Government in East-West Economic Relations; F.Gehart - The Western Politics of East-West Trade Negotiations: East European Countries and the GATT; L.Haus - The Role of the West European and Japanese Governments in East-West Economic Relations: the View from Eastern Europe; D.K.Rosati - Comments on Part IV; K.Dyba, J.McIntyre - PART 5: PROSPECTS - Global Adjustment Problems of the 1990s: the Effects on East-West Trade Policies; A.J.Lenz - East-West Economic Interdependence and the Rise of Foreign Trade Constituencies; J.P.Hardt - East-West Economic Relations in the 1990s: the Demand on Politics; W.Heinrichs - New Thinking and the Role of Governments in the World Economy; O.Bogomolov - Comments on Part V; N.Kloten, J.M.van Brabant, H.Nau - Annex: Introductory Remarks to the 12th Workshop; P.Rieger - List of Participants - Index

ISBN: 9780333552827
ISBN-10: 0333552822
Series: Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 407
Published: 6th January 1991
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 16.0  x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.68
Edition Number: 1