Banks And Markets In The "New Europe": Capitalism'S Chicken And Egg Conundrum
This paper presents a historical and political analysis of the evolution of European Union new member countries financial institutions and markets. It examines the influence of French, German and Anglo-American legacies on the reemergence and development of capitalism in the former socialist republics admitted to the EU in May 2004 and what lessons can be derived for future EU members. Presented at the 15th International Conference,Istanbul, Turkey, May 2005.
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