Promoting Democracy and Free Markets in Eastern Europe

By Charles Wolf Jr. | Go to book overview

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Carol Adelman

USAID Programs in Central and Eastern Europe
This is an exciting time to be working in the field of development assistance. Economic and political freedom are on the march on every continent, but the world's spotlight is focused on Eastern Europe. While political science has sometimes been called the "queen bee" of the social sciences, today economics sits on the throne. It remains to be seen if the leaders of Eastern Europe can exhibit the same skill in the realm of economics that they have shown in the political arena.The program of the United States Agency for international Development (USAID) can be depicted generally by three characteristics:
There are no models for transforming communist countries into capitalist countries. While the world's libraries are full of books on how capitalist countries became Marxist, there are no books on how to reverse the process. We are therefore providing a wide

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Part I - Introduction 1
  • 1 3
  • Part II - Precedents and Experience 19
  • 2 21
  • 3 41
  • Comment 71
  • Part III - Pluralism and Democracy 79
  • 4 81
  • 5 119
  • 6 129
  • Comment 137
  • Comment 140
  • Part IV - Free-Market Systems 147
  • 7 149
  • 8 169
  • 9 195
  • Comment 204
  • Comment 208
  • Part V - Ongoing U.S. Government Assistance 215
  • 10 217
  • 11 237
  • Notes 241
  • Contributors 251
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