Social Justice and the Welfare State in Central and Eastern Europe: The Impact of Privatization

Synopsis

With the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, Central and Eastern European states have had to confront fundamental changes in economic, social, and governmental structures. Essays address significant issues dealing with the frameworks of social justice, social justice and equality, policies for families and women, implications for the welfare state, and the impact on health care.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Stavros B. Thomadakis
  • Dimitri Plionis
  • Elizabeth M. Plionis
  • Marcia Greenberg
  • Theodore Katsanevas
  • Stavros B. Thomadakis
  • Dimitri Plionis
  • Elizabeth M. Plionis
  • Marcia Greenberg
  • Theodore Katsanevas
  • Tanya Chavdarova
  • Zlatka Russinova
  • Robbie Tourse
  • Pauline Collins
  • Jacqueline Heinen
  • Charles B. Hennon
  • Allen R. Jones
  • Branko Milanovic
  • Otto CzÚcz
  • Howard Jacob Karger
  • Victor A. Pestoff
  • Jon Spencer
  • Bill Hebenton
  • Maria Roth
  • Dimitar Roussinov
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 2000