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Czech Republic 2002: Invited to the EU

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  • Stepan Jurajda
  • Lubomir Lizal
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The 2002 issue focuses on several long-term phenomena of political and economic development: the need for fiscal reform and our invitation to the European Union. Other aspects of long-term economic growth prospects are addressed as well, for example, the shadow economy, corruption and labor market policies. The results of all elections in the year 2002 are included as well as a summary of the flooding damages. Customarily, the usual general topics are Political Transformation, Macroeconomy, Microeconomy, Labor Market, Ecology, and EU Accession. An extensive comparative statistical data of transition and accession countries are presented together with economic forecasts for the year 2003.

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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 cr2002 and published in 2002.
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Handle: RePEc:cer:occpub:cr2002
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