Beyond Transition: Development Perspectives and Dilemmas
Marek Dąbrowski, Ben Slay, Jarosław Neneman
Ashgate, 2004 - Business & Economics - 283 pages
The post-communist Central European and Baltic economies are now approaching the end of their transitions to well-functioning market systems. In some respects, the approaching EU accession and conclusion of the transition marks the end of a fascinating period in economic history. Beyond Transition focuses on the economic problems and issues facing Central Europe and the Baltics, the Balkans, and countries belonging to the Commonwealth for Independent States (CIS) in the post-transition context. This focus reflects the need to better understand two processes that are increasingly apparent in the post-communist economic space.
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