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Overview

Exploring the controversies and problems surrounding post-communist transitions, this multi-disciplinary volume develops a strong theoretical framework as it 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 to illuminate 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.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780847690046
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 03/28/1999
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 6.28(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.97(d)

About the Author

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.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction: The Continuing Dilemmas of Transition Part 2 Transition Chapter 3 Rethinking Transitology Chapter 4 Transitions and Elites Chapter 5 Post-Communist Economic Transformation Part 6 Hungary's Post-Communist Transition Chapter 7 The Regional Perspective Chapter 8 Political Transition and Social Transformation Chapter 9 The Foundations of Post-Socialist Legitimacy Part 10 Marketization and Social Change in Hungary Chapter 11 Economic Transformation Chapter 12 Privatization Policies Chapter 13 Civil Society, Transition, and Consolidation of Democracy Part 14 Hungary's International Relations and Security Chapter 15 European Integration Chapter 16 The Russian Factor Chapter 17 Regional Security and Ethnic Minorities Chapter 18 The Unfolding Transition and Consolidation Chapter 19 Index Chapter 20 About the Contributors

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