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

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Bibliography

Periodicals and journals

CDSP

Current Digest of the Soviet Press (since 5 February 1992, Post-Soviet)

EEN

Eastern Europe (formerly Eastern Europe Newsletter)

EBRD

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

EIU

Economist Intelligence Unit

FEER

Far Eastern Economic Review

FT

Financial Times

IHT

International Herald Tribune


Books and journals

a
Aghion, P. and Blanchard, O. (1994) On the Speed of Transition in Central Europe, Oxford: Nuffield College Oxford, Discussion Paper no. 87.
Akerlof, G., Rose, A., Yellen, J. and Hessenius, H. (1991) 'East Germany in from the cold; the economic aftermath of currency union', Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, no. 1.
Allsopp, C. and Kierzkowski, H. (1997) 'The assessment: economics of transition in Eastern and Central Europe', Oxford Review of Economic Policy, vol. 13, no. 2.
Ash, T. (1992) Agricultural Reform in Central and Eastern Europe, Edinburgh: Heriot-Watt University, Discussion Paper in Economics no. 14.
--(1993) 'Agriculture in the former centrally-planned economies in transition', Economics of Transition, vol. 1, no. 4.
Åslund, A. (1994) 'Lessons of the first four years of systemic change in Eastern Europe', Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 19, no. 1.
--(1996) 'Introduction: the Balkan transformation in perspective', in I. Jeffries (ed.) Problems of Economic and Political Transformation in the Balkans, London: Pinter.
Åslund, A. and Sjöberg, Ö. (1991) Privatization and Transition to Market Economies in Albania, Stockholm: Stockholm Institute of Soviet and East European Economics, Working Paper no. 27.
Åslund, A., Boone, P. and Johnson, S. (1996) 'How to stabilize: lessons from post-communist countries', Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, no. 1.

b
Balcerowicz, L. (1989) 'Polish economic reform, 1981-88: an overview', in Economic Commission for Europe, Economic Reform in the European Centrally Planned Economies, New York: United Nations, Economic Studies no. 1.
--(1993) 'Transition to market economy: Central and East European countries in comparative perspective', British Review of Economic Issues, vol. 15, no. 37.

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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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