Czech Republic 2003/2004: Entering the EU
This year, the annual CERGE-EI economic survey of the Czech Republic focuses on the proposed fiscal reform and the imminent EU entry. The survey, edited by Dr.Stepan Jurajda and Dr. Libor Dusek and authored by a number of CERGE-EI faculty and junior researchers, covers all aspects of recent economic evolution as well as the most important political developments. In addition to fiscal-reform and EU-accession chapters, it includes detailed coverage of macroeconomic, enterprise-sector, labor-market and environmental issues, and provides a host of comparative statistics
|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 cr2004 and published in 2004.|
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