The Transformation of Labour Relations: Restructuring and Privatization in Eastern Europe and Russia

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ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
AGM Annual General Meeting
BSP Bulgarian Socialist Party
CEET Central and Eastern European Team
CFTUOB Community of Free Trade Unions of Bulgaria
CITUB Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria
CMEA Council for Mutual Economic Assistance
CMKOZ Czech and Moravian Trade Union Confederation
CSKOZ Czech and Slovak Trade Union Confederation
EBRD European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
ECE Economic Commission for Europe
Edinstvo Unity (Bulgarian Trade Union)
ESRC Economic and Social Research Council
ETUC European Trade Union Confederation
ETUI European Trade Union Institute
EU European Union
FITUR Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia
Fratia 'Brotherhood' National Free Trade Union Confederation
of Romania
GDP gross domestic product
HRM human resource management
ICCEES International Council for Central and East European
Studies
ICFTU International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
IFI international financial institutions
IIRA International Industrial Relations Association
ILO International Labour Organization
ILO-CEET International Labour Office/Organization -- Central and
Eastern Europe Team
IMF International Monetary Fund
KOZ Slovak Confederation of Trade Unions
Liga The League ( Hungary)
MNC multinational company
MSzOSz National Federation of Hungarian Trade Unions
NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NCRI National Council for the Reconciliation of Interests
( Hungary)
NEM New Economic Mechanism
NEP New Economic Policy
OECD Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
OPZZ Association of Polish Trade Unions

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