Transformation, Co-operation, and Conversion / Edition 1

Transformation, Co-operation, and Conversion / Edition 1

by Kazimiera Prunskiene
     
 

ISBN-10: 0792341783

ISBN-13: 9780792341789

Pub. Date: 08/31/1996

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

The Eastern European countries, the Baltic States in particular, are facing difficult problems in the course of their economic and political transition: industrial decline, unemployment, institutional change, conversion of industries, etc. But most Eastern European states have available a well-developed human capital, so that scientific and technical

Overview

The Eastern European countries, the Baltic States in particular, are facing difficult problems in the course of their economic and political transition: industrial decline, unemployment, institutional change, conversion of industries, etc. But most Eastern European states have available a well-developed human capital, so that scientific and technical cooperation with western states can facilitate the resolution of parts of these problems.
The contributors to Transformation, Cooperation, and Conversion address their analytical findings and proposals to political decision makers in the East and West. The book provides new insights into the processes of transition and transformation and is therefore useful to all those who are scientifically or politically engaged in East-West relations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780792341789
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
08/31/1996
Series:
Nato Science Partnership Subseries: 4 (closed), #7
Edition description:
1996
Pages:
146
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Introduction: Scientific and Technical Co-operation of the Baltic States in the New Europe and the Conversion of their Industry. Mechanism for Scientific-Technical and Industrial Co-operation between Central, Eastern and Western Europe; K. Prunskiene. The Problems and Prospects for Lithuanian Scientific-Technical Co-operation in Developing Industry and Infrastructure; A. Slezevicius. Lithuanian Scientific Potential: New Tasks and Problems of European Integration; V. Domarkas. City Planning in a New Geopolitical Situation: The Case of Vilnius; D. Bardauskiene. Conversion of Military Industry and other Military Facilities in Latvia; J. Prikulis. The Restructurisation of Estonian Industry; M. Leivo. Conversion Problems of the Polish Defence Industry; W.M. Grudzewski, I. Hejduk. Mechanisms and Perspectives for the Conversion of the Polish Arms Industry; K. Zukrowska. New Priorities in Sciences, Technology and Industry of the Republic of Belarus; M. Myasnikovich. The Transfer of Intellectual Potential: Positive and Negative Externalities; L.F. Zaiko. Mastering Russian Technologies and their Presentation to the Western Market: The Possible Role of the Baltic Countries; V.D. Nozdrachev. The Scientific-Technical Potential of the Kaliningrad Region and the Conversion of its Industry; B. Sauskan, C. Overko. The Utilisation of University Potential and Co-operation in Europe; P.J. Teunissen. Conversion as a Task for the Actors in Defence Enterprises; M. Grundmann. Conversion Policies in an International Perspective: German Policies in the Baltic Sea Region; U. Albrecht. Transformation and the World Market. Western Integration and Eastern Transition; E. Altvater. The Development of Security and Economy in the Baltic Sea Region; D. Hanel. Name Index. Subject Index.

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