The Czech Economic Transition: Exploring Options Using a Macrosectoral Model
The processes that will drive the next stage of the Czech transition are likely to be similar to those promoting real convergence in the Eu cohesion countries. We draw on previous modelling research on the cohesion economies to construct and calibrate a small macrosectoral model of the Czech Republic that serves to highlight key policy issues facing CEE-country decision-makers.
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