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Czech Republic 2000: Quo Vadis?

Listed editor(s):
  • Jan Hanousek
  • Daniel Munich
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CERGE-EI's fifth annual summary was published in December 2000. As with the 1999 edition, Dr. Jan Hanousek, Director of CERGE-EI, and Dr. Daniel Münich, Deputy Director for Graduate Studies served as editors. Articles were written by a number of CERGE-EI faculty members and researchers. This year's booklet discusses the economic potential of the Czech Republic in the 21st century by analyzing topics as Political Transformation, Macroeconomy, Microeconomy, Work and Pay, Ecology, and EU Accession. As has become standard in this series, there is a wealth of comparative statistical data and economic forecasts presented as well.

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This book is provided by The Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education - Economics Institute, Prague in its series CERGE-EI Occasional Publications with number cr2000 and published in 2000.
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Handle: RePEc:cer:occpub:cr2000
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