Eastern Europe at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century: A Guide to the Economies in Transition

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Tables
1.1 Albania: selected economic indicators 1990-2000 109
2.1 Bulgaria: the general election of 18 December 1994 117
2.2 Bulgaria: selected economic indicators 1990-2000 134
3.1 The Czech Republic: selected economic indicators 1990-2000 199
4.1 Hungary: the general election of May 1994 204
4.2 Hungary: selected economic indicators 1990-2000 223
5.1 Poland: the general election of 21 September 1997 245
5.2 Poland: selected economic indicators 1990-2000 272
6.1 Romania: the general election of 3 November 1996 303
6.2 Romania: selected economic indicators 1990-2000 340
7.1 Slovakia: the general election of 30 September-1 October 1994 352
7.2 Slovakia: selected economic indicators 1990-2000 366

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Tables xii
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Introduction and Overview 1
  • Part I - The Countries of Eastern Europe 65
  • 1 - Albania 67
  • 2 - Bulgaria 116
  • 3 - The Czech Republic 156
  • 4 - Hungary 202
  • 5 - Poland 240
  • 6 - Romania 297
  • 7 - Slovakia 348
  • Part II - General Issues 381
  • 8 - General Issues in the Transition from Command to Market Economies 383
  • Bibliography 416
  • Index 433
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