Regimes, Politics, and Markets: Democratization and Economic Change in Southern and Eastern Europe

By José María Maravall; Justin Byrne | Go to book overview
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1.1 Economic conditions of regime crises, 1951-198810
1.2 Economic conditions at the beginning of the transition14
1.3 Effects of democracy on growth, inflation, and the public deficit23
1.4 Effects of democracy on social welfare, health, and education expenditure25
1.5 Effects of democracy on public revenue and expenditure27
2.1 Economic performance in Southern Europe, 1960-197546
2.2 Social policies and inequality in Southern Europe at the end of the dictatorships55
2.3 Economic performance in Eastern Europe up to 198965
2.4 A comparison of social indicators in Eastern and Western Europe69
3.1 Characteristics of the transitions in Southern Europe76
3.2 Electoral results in Southern Europe81
3.3 Economic performance in Southern Europe under democracy92
3.4 The effect of economic conditions and policies on voting behaviour and attitudes to democracy in Spain97
3.5 The evolution of social policies and inequality in Southern Europe100
3.6 Characteristics of the transitions in Eastern Europe103
3.7 Electoral results in Eastern Europe109
3.8 Economic performance in Eastern Europe under democracy115
4.1 The socialist, communist, and conservative vote in Southern Europe145

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