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Liquidation of Private Firms in Poland, 1990-1994


  • Ewa Balcerowicz
  • Kamila Kloc - Evison


The subject of this paper is an issue of liquidation of private economic units , especially its legal, social - economic and statistical views. First chapter of the paper describes legal regulations of foundation and liquidation in Poland. Second chapter deals with analysis of liquidation process of commercial and non-commercial companies - with its procedural, social and economic bearings. Data referring to establishment and liquidation of private enterprises in Poland in 1989 - 1994 are elaborated and presented in the third - statistical chapter.

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  • Ewa Balcerowicz & Kamila Kloc - Evison, 1996. "Liquidation of Private Firms in Poland, 1990-1994," CASE Network Studies and Analyses 0078, CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:sec:cnstan:0078

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