The Great Transformation 1989-2029: Could It Have Been Better? Will It Be Better?
Over 1.8 billion people, from Central Europe to East Asia, have been involved in the great systemic transformation to market economy, civic society and democracy. The process has brought mixed fruits. The diversification of the current situation is a resu
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