In this book, ten distinguished experts explore the transition to a market economy in Eastern Europe.
- Cambridge University Press
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- International Council for Central and East European Studies Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.79(d)
Table of ContentsIntroduction Anders Aslund; Part I. Market Socialism Revisited: 1. The compatibility of planning and market reconsidered Wlodzimierz Brus; 2. Market socialism: the model that might have been but never was Domenico Mario Nuti; 3. Monetary-fiscal management for macroeconomic equilibrium and growth Gerhard Fink; Part II. Economic Thinking and Policy-Making: 4. The possible new role of market and planning in Poland and Hungary Jan Adam; 5. Rationalizing the centrally managed economy: the market Pekka Sutela; 6. Changes in Soviet economic policy-making in 1989 and 1990 Anders Aslund; 7. The restructuring of Soviet industrial ministries since 1985 Stephen Fortescue; Part III. Effects of Perestroika on Soviet Life: 8. Employment and the reallocation of labour in the USSR Sheila Marnie; 9. Changes in income inequality in the USSR Henryk Flakierski; 10. Estonia's economic development 1940–90 in comparison with Finland Jan Ake Dellenbrant; Index.
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