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Macroeconomics of transition in Eastern Europe

Macroeconomics of transition in Eastern Europe

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Derek Morris and Michael Kaser.
SeriesOxford review of economic policy -- Vol.8, no.1, Spring 1992
ContributionsMorris, Derek J., Kaser, Michael.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20686412M

The Transition in Eastern Europe: Volume 1 - Ebook written by Olivier Jean Blanchard, Kenneth A. Froot, Jeffrey D. Sachs. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Transition in Eastern Europe: Volume 1. Summary: Bringing together different perspectives on structural adjustments and the prospect for sustainable economic growth in Eastern Europe, Economics of Transition represents a shift in scholarly emphasis away from issues of stabilization and liberalization in favour of longer-term considerations.

Professor Tomasz Mickiewicz is a professor of Economics, and Head of the Economics, Finance and Entrepreneurship Group at Aston University, UK. He teaches on emerging and transitional economics, and his research interests include comparative entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, high growth aspiration entrepreneurship, informal economy, tax avoidance; foreign direct investment, and the. The transition from state socialism to modern capitalism in Eastern Europe is one of the main challenges facing economics in the s. Combining the detached analysis of a Western specialist with the detailed knowledge of two Eastern European academics, Economic Transition in Eastern Europe avoids a priori assumptions and superficial description to give a rigorous empirical analysis of the.

This work observes how the political ideologies, social values, and theoretical paradigms of Eastern European scholars and politicians changed throughout the period of transformation following the political revolutions in Eastern Europe. The authors try to reinterpret the institutions, movements, and ideologies that allegedly contributed to the erosion of the old regimes in Eastern Europe. The book deals with the key aspects of social and economic inequalities developed during the transition of the formerly planned European economies. Particular emphasis is given to the latest years available in order to consider the effects of the global crisis started in


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Eastern Europe in Transition: From Recession to Growth?: Proceedings of a Conference on the Macroeconomic Aspects of Adjustment, Cosponsored by the (World Bank Discussion Paper) [International Monetary Fund, World Bank, Blejer, Mario I., Calvo, Guillermo A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Eastern Europe in Transition: From Recession to Growth?Author: International Monetary Fund. Economic Transition in Central and Eastern Europe (Centre for the Study of Emerging Markets Series): Economics Books @ Fourteen essayists, led by Sharma (economics, U.

of Zagreb, Croatia), take readers across Central and Eastern Europe for a comparative lesson in the complex challenges ideological, institutional, socio- political, and economic faced by these countries in major transition in the global economy.

The countries analyzed are Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, eastern Germany, Slovenia, and Russia. Written by leading economists, some of whom helped shape local and national reforms, this volume identifies common progress, common difficulties, and tentative solutions to the problems of economic : Hardcover.

Transition in Central and Eastern Europe Implications for EU-LDC Relations. Editors: Kuyvenhoven, A., Memedovic, Olga, van der Windt, Nico (Eds.) Free Preview. The first phase of transition to a market economy in Central and Eastern Europe was characterized by a sharp output decline.

The fall in real GDP exceeded 20% while real industrial production decreased even by 40%. Output Decline Macroeconomics of transition in Eastern Europe book Eastern Europe aims at providing comprehensive, multi-factor.

The Transition in Eastern Europe, Volume 2, Restructuring. Olivier Blanchard, Kenneth Froot, Jeffrey Sachs, editors. Conference held FebruaryPublished in Cited by: Academic Year / Learning outcomes. Student is expected to have an in-depth knowledge of Central European economies either in regional terms or looking at individual countries' economic strategies and policy choices particularly in market economies macroeconomic stabilization, microeconomic adjustment, privatization, and price, trade and financial liberalization.

This volume is meant to be a modest contribution to the ongoing debate about the transitions away from the administrative planning environment typical of the former communist regimes.

The central subject matter is a fairly special one, namely the privatization of these economies together with the. This book assesses differing experiences of the transition to democracy in the countries of Southern Europe, Latin America and Eastern Europe. The authors try to determine what the conditions for successful transitions are.

They argue against the 'big bang' approach, espoused by many advisors to reforming countries, on the grounds that this approach bypasses the newly formed institutions.

Several years later, the difficult process of privatization and restructuring continues to concern the countries of the region. The Transition in Eastern Europe, Volumes 1 and 2 is an analysis of the experiences of various countries making the transition to market economies and examines the most important challenges still in store.

The Transition in Eastern Europe, Volume 1, Country Studies. Olivier Jean Blanchard, Kenneth A. Froot, and Jeffrey D. Sachs, editors. Conference held FebruaryPublished in January by University of Chicago PressCited by: Abstract. The second half ofwith the fall of the Berlin wall and of a number of communist governments, brought dramatic developments in the process of collapse of the communist system in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.

The economic transition from the command to the market economy began in earnest in the late s with Cited by:   The Transition in Eastern Europe, Volumes 1 and 2 is an analysis of the experiences of various countries making the transition to market economies and examines the most important challenges still in : Olivier Jean Blanchard.

eastern Europe and the Baltic states (CEB), while prospects for south-eastern Europe (SEE) have brightened with the new reform-oriented Croatian government and the heavy electoral defeat of the ruling coalition in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Despite these favourable developments, the transition has imposed very severe. The countries analyzed are Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, eastern Germany, Slovenia, and Russia.

Written by leading economists, some of whom helped shape local and national reforms, this volume identifies common progress, common difficulties, and tentative solutions to the problems of economic transition. Representing viewpoints seldom available to outsiders, the contributors to Crime and Transition in Central and Eastern Europe analyze changes in criminal activities and crime control strategies in the region, explain the political background underlying these.

Transition, the First Ten Years: Analysis and Lessons for Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Pradeep Mitra, Marcelo Selowsky.

World Bank Publications, - Business & Economics - Privatization in Eastern Europe: Incentives and the Economics of Transition Jean Tirole. Chapter in NBER book NBER Macroeconomics AnnualVolume 6 (), Olivier Jean Blanchard and Stanley Fischer, editors (p.

- ) Conference held MarchPublished in January by MIT Press in NBER Book Series NBER Macroeconomics AnnualCited by: Transition Economies: Political Economy in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia | Wiley Transition Economies provides students with an up-to-date and highly comprehensive analysis of the economic transformation in former communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe and.

This book is a collection of studies that examine the path of transition of central and south eastern European countries, the implications of EU enlargement for the acceding countries and the remaining European countries yet to join.

It also discusses reactions of eastern European stock markets to.Begg, David () “Monetary Policy in Central and Eastern Europe: Lessons after Half a Decade of Transition,” International Monetary Fund Working Paper Begg, David () “ Pegging Out: Lessons from the Czech Exchange Rate Crisis,” Journal of Comparative Economics 26 (4): –Cited by: Robert N.

Stavins, in Handbook of Environmental Economics, Effluent charges in the transition economies. Some transition economies in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet republics may view air and water pollution charges as means of efficient restructuring of their environmental management and regulatory systems [Bluffstone and Larson ()].