ABSTRACT

In The Economic Transformations in East and Central Europe the contributors argue that the area's economic history over the last century contains vital legacies that will shape its economic future. The book is an invaluable guide to understanding the current and future problems of this volatile region, and includes analysis of individual countries

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Part I INTRODUCTION

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Part II THE LONG VIEW

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Part III THE STATE, INSTITUTIONS, AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

chapter 4|12 pages

CONTINUITY AND DISCONTINUITY

Alice Teichova
ByBanking and industry in twentieth-century Central Europe

chapter 5|18 pages

THE COLLAPSE OF STATE SOCIALISM Causes and consequences

ByIvan T. Berend

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Part IV THE STATE AND STRUCTURAL CHANGE

chapter 10|14 pages

STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN POLISH AGRICULTURE 1918–89

ByJanusz Kalinski

chapter 11|22 pages

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF AGRICULTURE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1899–1992

ByDaniel E. Miller

chapter |2 pages

PartV INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS