Privatization in Central and Eastern Europe: Perspectives and Approaches

By Demetrius S. Iatridis; June Gary Hopps | Go to book overview

About the Contributors
SVETLANA ALEXANDROVA is Assistant Professor, Department of International Economic Relations and Business, New Bulgarian University for National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria.
MATE BABIŶ is Professor, Department of Economics, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia. He is the author of three major textbooks on macroeconomics and international economics: Makroekonomija, 8th ed. ( 1995), Mikroekonomska analiza, 3rd ed. ( 1991), and Meunarodna eknomomija, 4th ed. ( 1996).
THOMAS D. HOPKINS is the Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, and teaches at the U.S. Business School in Prague. A consultant to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the U.S. Small Business Administration, he has written mainly in the area of regulatory policy.
JUNE GARY HOPPS is Professor and Dean, Graduate School of Social Work, former editor in chief of Social Work, associate editor in chief of the Encyclopedia of Social Work, 19th ed., and coauthor of several books including the Power to Care ( 1995) and over forty articles, essays, and editorials. In 1991 she was recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Education, National Association of Social Workers.
DEMETRIUS S. IATRIDIS is Professor of Social Policy and Chair, Planning Program, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. His recent publications are Social Policy: Institutional Context of Social Development and Human Services ( 1994); "Policy Practice," Encyclopedia of Social Work, 19th ed.

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