East-Central European Economies in Transition

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M.E. Sharpe, 1995 - Business & Economics - 709 pages
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This fact-filled volume makes the JEC's specially commissioned expert reports on economic developments in East-Central Europe widely available to business people, educators, and students. For ease of use, a detailed subject index has been provided in this edition. Topical coverage includes economic, political, and social reform strategies; privatization and economic restructuring; creation of financial infrastructure; defense conversion; gender issues, unemployment, and family incomes; role of Western assistance programs; integration into the world market; regional economic relationships and complete series of expert country studies - Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Eastern Germany, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
 

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Contents

OVERVIEW By James Voorhees
1
I
9
III
25
IV
49
By Stilpon Nestor and Scott Thomas
64
V
87
VI
111
VII
133
XVIII
355
XIX
367
XX
393
XXI
412
XXII
441
OVERVIEW By John P Hardt and Phillip J Kaiser
457
XXIII
463
XXIV
480

VIII
147
OVERVIEW By George D Holliday
171
IX
176
X
191
XI
205
FOR COUNTRIES OF THE FORMER SOVIET UNION AND EASTCENTRAL EUROPE By Roberta J WaxmanLenz
218
XII
239
XIII
259
XV
272
XVI
299
XVII
336
OVERVIEW By William H Cooper
351
XXV
506
XXVI
518
XXVII
531
XXVIII
552
XXIX
579
XXX
599
XXXI
622
XXXII
639
XXXIII
663
EASTCENTRAL EUROPEAN ECONOMIES IN TRANSITION A SURVEY OF DATA By Jonathan D Kimball
677
INDEX
687
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