Making Markets: Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe and the Post-Soviet States

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Appendix

Symposium on Making Markets: Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe and the Post-Soviet Republics February 12-13, 1992
Chairman: Robert Hormats -- Goldman Sachs International
Authors: Robert Campbell -- Indiana University
Paul Marer -- Indiana University
Richard Portes -- Center for Economic Policy
Research
Jeffrey Sachs -- Harvard University
Directors: Shafiqul Islam -- Council on Foreign Relations
Michael Mandelbaum -- Council on Foreign
Relations
Coordinators: Radha Muthiah -- Council on Foreign Relations
Theresa Weber -- Council on Foreign Relations
Rapporteurs: Audrey McInerney -- Council on Foreign Relations
Scott Monje -- Columbia University
Paul Balaran -- Ford Foundation
Lawrence Brainard -- Goldman Sachs and Company
Aurel Braun -- University of Toronto
Richard Debs -- Morgan Stanley
Andrew Gaspar -- Central European Development Corporation
Alan Gelb -- The World Bank
Marshall Goldman -- Harvard University
Donald Green -- PlanEcon Capital Group
John Holsen -- The World Bank
Robert Kahn -- Federal Reserve Board
Uner Kirdar -- United Nations Development Programme

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