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Reassessing the Role of State-Owned Enterprises in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe

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  • Christine J. Richmond
  • Dora Benedek
  • Ezequiel Cabezon
  • Bobana Cegar
  • Peter Dohlman
  • Michelle Hassine
  • Beata Jajko
  • Piotr Kopyrski
  • Maksym Markevych
  • Jacques A Miniane
  • Francisco J Parodi
  • Gabor Pula
  • James Roaf
  • Min Kyu Song
  • Mariya Sviderskaya
  • Rima Turk
  • Sebastian Weber

Abstract

The Central, Eastern, and South Eastern European (CESEE) region is ripe for a reassessment of the role of the state in economic activity. The rapid income convergence with Western Europe of the early 2000s was not always equally shared across society, and it has now slowed dramatically in many countries of the region.

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  • Christine J. Richmond & Dora Benedek & Ezequiel Cabezon & Bobana Cegar & Peter Dohlman & Michelle Hassine & Beata Jajko & Piotr Kopyrski & Maksym Markevych & Jacques A Miniane & Francisco J Parodi & G, 2019. "Reassessing the Role of State-Owned Enterprises in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe," IMF Departmental Papers / Policy Papers 19/11, International Monetary Fund.
  • Handle: RePEc:imf:imfdep:19/11
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