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  • Author:
    M. C. Kaser,E. A. Radice
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    0198284462
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    978-0198284468
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    Clarendon Press; 1 edition (September 3, 1987)
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    314 pages
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Michael Charles Kaser, E. A. Radice. Clarendon Press, 1986 - 301 oldal. The third volume presents the process of economic change in the same countries.

Michael Charles Kaser, E. The main emphasis of the book is on institutions: on the changes in economic mechanism and their consequences for the position of the household both as a supplier of labour and as a consumer unit. The process ofinstitutional change is examined at all stages against the background of planned and actual economic dynamics and in the interaction with political developments and social transformations.

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Examining the process of institutional change at all stages against the background of planned and actual economic dynamics as well as this process's interaction with political developments and social transformations, this volume presents a comparative discussion of the process of economic change in eight East European countries: Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the German Democra Examining the process of institutional change at all stages against.

Europe, Eastern - Economic conditions. Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press. Kaser, Michael Charles; Radice, E. (Edward Albert), 1907-.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Economic History of Eastern Europe, 1919-1975. The Economic History of Eastern Europe, 1919-1975 - Vol. 1. Kaser. Examining the process of institutional change at all stages against the background of planned and actual economic dynamics as well as this process's interaction with political developments and social transformations, this volume presents a comparative discussion of the process of economic change in eight East European countries: Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia, and Albania.

Read instantly in your browser. Series: Economic History of Eastern Europe 1919-75 (Book 2). ISBN-13: 978-0198284451.

A Clarendon Press Publication. This series offers a definitive analysis of the economic development of Eastern Europe from the disintegration of the great 19th-century empires in 1919 to the 1975 Act of Helsinki. The Economic History of Eastern Europe 1919-1975. Volume I: Economic Structure and Performance between the Two Wars. A Clarendon Press Publication.

The third volume presents the process of economic change in the same countries. The process of institutional change is examined at all stages against the background of planned and actual economic dynamics and in the interaction with political developments and social transformations. Best-selling in Non-Fiction Books.

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III : Institutional Change Within a Planned Economy.

This is the second of a five volume series of a collaborative economic . Other books in this series. The Economic History of Eastern Europe 1919-75: Volume III: Institutional Change within a Planned Economy.

This is the second of a five volume series of a collaborative economic history analyzing the factors which either inhibited or promoted growth and equality in eastern Europe in the period between the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 and Helsinki in 1975. Volume II examines inter-war economic policy, German hegemony during the Second World War, and national rehabilitation on short-term planning up to 1949. Format Hardback 676 pages.

Examining the process of institutional change at all stages against the background of planned and actual economic dynamics as well as this process's interaction with political developments and social transformations, this volume presents a comparative discussion of the process of economic change in eight East European countries: Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia, and Albania.