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Growth Experience and Prospects of Central and Eastern European Countries: A Synthesis

In: Diversity in Economic Growth

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  • Jan Fidrmuc
  • Mark Chandler
  • Julius Horvath

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Economists have long relied on cross-country regression analysis to identify the determinants of continued growth, but with only limited success. This book demonstrates the value of a different approach.

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  • Jan Fidrmuc & Mark Chandler & Julius Horvath, 2009. "Growth Experience and Prospects of Central and Eastern European Countries: A Synthesis," Chapters,in: Diversity in Economic Growth, chapter 7 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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