Promoting Democracy and Free Markets in Eastern Europe

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1. Charles Wolf, Jr., Transforming Command Systems"
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These papers contain facts and reflect conditions as of the date of the conference, September 21-22, 1990. The papers have not been updated to reflect subsequent events.

I would like to acknowledge the contribution that Michael Dardia and Vladimir Shkolnikov, RAND Graduate School Fellows, made to the conference in their role as rapporteurs. Their draft of the proceedings was drawn upon in the writing of this introduction.


3. Nicholas Eberstadt, "A Skeptic's View of Aid"
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Roland Vaubel, "The Moral Hazard of IMF Lending", The World Economy 6, no. 1 ( 1983): 293.
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See U.S. Agency for International Development, US Overseas Loans and Grants and Assistance from International Organizations: Obligations and Loan Authorizations, July 1, 1945-September 30, 1985 ( Washington: USAID, n.d.): iv.
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Derived from World Bank, World Debt Tables 1990/91 I ( Washington: World Bank, 1990): 70-86.
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Derived from International Financial Statistics 44, no. 5 ( 1991): 22.
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Like Haiti, Bolivia, and Paraguay, virtually all the countries in the sub-Sahara are long-term recipients of American "development assistance."

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