Várnai gondolatok az átalakulásról. Szerkesztette: Mitko Dimitrov, Wladimir Andreff és Csaba László (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Institute of Economics, Várna, 1998. 527 o.)
[Economies in Transition and the Variety of Capitalisms. Features, Changes, Convergence. European Association for Comparative Economic Studies. Editor: Mitko Dimitrov, Wladimir Andreff and Csaba László (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Institute of Economics, Várna, 1998. 527 p.)]
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