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Economies in Transition and the Variety of Capitalisms. Features, Changes, Convergence

  • Mitko Dimitrov
    ()

    (Economic Research Institute at BAS, Bulgaria)

  • Wladimir Andreff
    (University Paris I, France)

  • Laszlo Csaba
    (KOPINT-DATORG, Budapest)

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This book is a result of the 5th Biennual Conference of the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies "Economies in Transition and the Variety of Capitalisms: Features, Changes, Convergence" held in Varna, Bulgaria, 10-12 September 1998. It includes 28 papers from all discussed fields during the conference. The authors are well-known scientists from Western Europe, Central and South-Eastern Europe and Baltic countries, as well as young scientists whose ideas and findings cause interesting discussions. This book will meet the interest of scientists, students, policy-makers and businessmen and will contribute for their better understanding of the complicated processes which run now in Europe.

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This book is provided by Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Economic Research Institute in its series ERI-BAS Books with number 1:p:1-527 and published in 1999.
ISBN: 954-616-042-3
Handle: RePEc:bas:ecbook:1:p:1-527
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