Eastern Europe in Transition
AbstractPresented at the Conference about Transition to a Market Economy in Baltic States, in Bergen, Norway, 1994. The paper gives an overview of diverse views on three basic questions: 1) Why did Communism collapse? 2)Why the transition to the Market Economy has been so difficult? and 3)Why some countries did much better than the other?
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Transition to Market; Collapse of Communism; Strategy of transition; von Mises; Hayek; Ellman; Kolodko; Klaus; Sik; Third Way; Intriligator; Pelikan; Nuti; Roemer; Mygind; AAge; Gylfason;
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