Transformation of Cities in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards Globalization

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Transformation of cities in central
and Eastern Europe: Towards
globalization

Edited by F.E. Ian Hamilton, Kaliopa Dimitrovska Andrews, and Nataša Pichler-Milanović

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Transformation of Cities in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards Globalization
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables and Figures vii
  • Preface xii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Part 1 - Towards Globalization 1
  • 1: Introduction 3
  • 2: City Development in Central and Eastern Europe Before 1990 22
  • 3: City Development in Central and Eastern Europe Since 1990 44
  • 4: The External Forces 79
  • 5: Foreign Direct Investment and City Restructuring 116
  • 6: Mastering the Post-Socialist City 153
  • Part 2 - Inter- and Intra-Urban Transformation of Captial Cities 187
  • 7: Berlin 189
  • 8: The Warsaw Metropolitan Area on the Eve of Poland's Integration into the European Union 223
  • 9: Post-Socialist Budapest 248
  • 10: Prague Returns to Europe 281
  • 11: Ljubljana 318
  • 12: Mixed Success 364
  • 13: Baltic Orientations 399
  • 14: Moscow in Transition 428
  • 15: Conclusions 465
  • Contributors 488
  • Tributes 490
  • Photographers 493
  • Index 494
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