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Convergence and Divergence in Europe: Polish and Ukrainian Cases


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  • Lukianenko, Dmytro
  • Chuzhykov, Viktor
  • Woźniak, Michał Gabriel
  • Antoniuk, Larysa
  • Bal-Woźniak, Teresa
  • Bolonek, Ryszarda
  • Dobija, Mieczysław
  • Fedirko, Natalia
  • Fedirko, Oleksandr
  • Firszt, Dariusz
  • Honcharuk, Andrii
  • Ilnytskyi, Denys
  • Jabłoński, Łukasz
  • Kaleniuk, Iryna
  • Kaliszuk, Ewa
  • Kleer, Jerzy
  • Olefir, Anna
  • Panchenko, Yevhen
  • Poruchnyk, Anatolii
  • Satsyk, Volodymyr
  • Savchuk, Volodymyr
  • Stępień, Kinga
  • Stolyarchuk, Yaroslava
  • Tatarenko, Nataliya
  • Tokarski, Tomasz
  • Tsyhankova, Tetiana


The all-round aspects of bilateral relations are considered in the common Ukrainian-Polish monograph. Authors uncover important features of social-andeconomic systems convergence under conditions of globalization and European integration, as well as the further transformation of Central- and East European countries. The focus of the monograph is to analyze the characteristic features of the evolution of Polish and Ukrainian economic models. The research interest of the authors of the monograph has been concentrated on the diversification of bilateral economic relations and subject to the fundamental objective – the co-integration of Ukraine and the EU, as well as the possibility of adapting the Polish experience of systemic transformation of the national social and economic model. The monograph is addressed to scientists, politicians, public activists, diplomats, international experts, and to all those, who are not indifferent to the European prospect of Ukraine.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 54747.

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Date of creation: 29 Apr 2013
Date of revision: 29 Apr 2013
Publication status: Published in Monograph -.-(2013): pp. 1-688
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:54747

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Keywords: Ukraine; Poland; EU; integration; economic systems; economic models; convergence; globalization; policies; information resourses; systemic transformation;

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