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Economic institutions and democratic reform : a comparative analysis of post-communist countries

Author: Ole Nørgaard
Publisher: Cheltenham : Elgar, 2000.
Series: Economies and societies in transition.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Economic Institutions and Democratic Reform rigorously and systematically explores the political effects and consequences of economic reform in more than 20 post-communist countries.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ole Nørgaard
ISBN: 184064401X 9781840644012
OCLC Number: 247401703
Description: XIV, 251 Seiten : Diagramme ; 24 cm
Contents: Contents: 1. Emerging Democracies and the Market 2. Finding the Building Blocks and Draft Designs 3. The Research Agenda: Old Ideas in New Bottles 4. Institutional Strategies and their Outcomes 5. Context or Institutional Strategies: The Role of First Order Initial Conditions 6. Transcending the Structural Constraints of Socialism 7. Agents of Institutional Change 8. Emerging Markets - and Democracy A Note on Data References Index
Series Title: Economies and societies in transition.
Responsibility: Ole Nørgaard.


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