Dismantling The Command Economy In Eastern Europe: The Vienna Institute For Comparative Economic Studies Yearbook Iii

Dismantling The Command Economy In Eastern Europe: The Vienna Institute For Comparative Economic Studies Yearbook Iii

by Peter Havlik

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This book focuses on economic problems related to changes in the countries of the former Eastern Bloc and Yugoslavia, thus contributing to better understanding of the difficulties of economic transition which these countries must currently face.

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ISBN-13: 9780429714818
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/07/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Dipl.lng. Peter Havlik, born 1950 in Czechoslovakia. Study of economics and economic statistics in Prague and Vienna. On the staff of The Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies (WIIW) as a researcher since 1983, since 1990 deputy director of the WIIW. Special fields: Soviet economy; East-West comparisons of social product; economic statistics of the CMEA countries; problems of East-West trade and East-West economic relations.

Table of Contents

Introduction Part One: General Issues 1. Transition from Command to Market Economies 2. From Command to Exchange Economies Part Two: Selected Aspects of Transition 3. The Role of Money and Monetary Policy in Hungary 4. The Inefficiency of Monetary Policy in a Socialist Country — Yugoslavia's Experiences 5. Exchange Rate Policies and Convertibility in the CMEA Countries 6. East-West Economic Relations Under the Aspect of Changes in the CMEA 7. Eastern and East-West Energy Prospects 8. Unemployment and Social Security Measures in Eastern Europe Part Three: Country-Specific Transition Policies 9. Bulgaria: Delayed Transition Exacerbates Economic Crisis 10. Czechoslovakia: Changes in Economic Practice Lag Behind Rhetoric 11. Economic Prospects for East Germany After the DM-Shock 12. Hungary: Slow but Determined Reform Policies 13. Transition by Shock in Poland 14. Poland: From Plan to Market Through Crash? 15. USSR: Economic Decline and Reform Disputes Continue 16. Yugoslavia: Drop in Living Standards

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