H. D. Renning
Dilemmas of Transition: The Hungarian Experienceby Aurel Braun (Editor), Zoltan Barany (Editor), Andrew Arato (Contribution by), Anders Aslund (Contribution by), Keith Crane (Contribution by)
Exploring the controversies and problems surrounding post-communist transitions, this innovative volume brings together a distinguished group of political scientists, economists, historians, and sociologists. Within a strong theoretical framework, the book moves between general issues of transitology and specific analyses. Hungary, a state that has weathered political and economic transition more successfully than most, is used as the volume's case study for illuminating both comparative and regional issues. By bridging the divide between area studies and comparative politics, this book will be a key resource for advanced students and for scholars in East-European/post-communist studies, comparative politics, and international relations.
Author Biography: Aurel Braun is professor of international relations and political science at the University of Toronto. Zoltan Barany is associate professor of government at the University of Texas, Austin.
H. D. Renning
H. D. Renning, California State University
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Aurel Braun is professor of international relations and political science at the University of Toronto. Zoltan Barany is associate professor of government at the University of Texas, Austin.
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