- Author:David Kemme
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (April 8, 1992)
- Pages:165 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Post-Communist Economies is the new title for Communist Economies and Economic Transformation (originally just Communist Economies)
Post-Communist Economies is the new title for Communist Economies and Economic Transformation (originally just Communist Economies). After ten years of publication the title has been changed because of a growing feeling that the major processes into which transformation has generally been divided - stablisation, liberalisation and privatisation - have in substantial measure been completed in most of the former communist countries, even though this is more true of some than others, and all still have some distance to go to match. the long-established market economies in these respects.
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POST-COMMUNIST MONETARY PROBLEMS - Free download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. Lessons from the End - of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Center is affiliated with the Institute for Contemporary Studies and is headauartered in Panama with the administrative office in San Francisco, California. The process of achieving stability, however, was difficult and took five years. Austrian monetary affairs were overshadowed by political instability.
Balassa, . The Transformation and Deevelopment of the Hungarian Banking System, in . Kemme and A. Rudka (Ed., Monetary and Banking reform in Postcommunist Economies (New York: Institute for East-West Security Studies, 1992), pp. 6–42. Blanchard, . R. Dornbusch, P. Krugman, R. Layard, and L. Summers, Reform in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, UN-Wider Report, 1990.
Monetary reform is any movement or theory that proposes a system of supplying money and financing the economy that is different from the current system. Monetary reformers may advocate any of the following, among other proposals: A return to the gold standard (or silver standard or bimetallism).
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Changing Political Economies: Privatization in Post-Communist and Reforming Communist States. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1994. Vol. 4, No. 2. Thomas W. Hazlett, The Czech Miracle: Why Privatization went right in the Czech Republic, Reason Online, April 1995.
Officials from the national banks of Hungary, the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania and the USSR address the critical issues involved in the reform of the banking system in their respective countries. ISBN13:9780813385723. Release Date:April 1992.