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Vermindern Transferzahlungen den Konflikt zwischen Gewinnern und Verlierern in einer sich transformierenden Volkswirtschaft?

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Die Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit der Frage, ob Kompensationszahlungen an die Verlierer der Transformation zu einer Verminderung des Konfliktes zwischen ihnen und den Gewinnern führen können. Eine Lösung des Konfliktes ist essentiell für die Weiterführung des Reformprozesses in den Transformationsländern. Die Basis der Analyse bildet ein Generationenmodell in der Tradition von DIAMOND, welches um den produktivitätsrelevanten und die Produktqualität verbessernden technischen Fortschritt erweitert wurde. Die Ausführungen zeigen, daß Kompensationszahlungen nur unter ganz bestimmten Bedingungen zu einer Konfliktlösung beitragen. Die alte Generation als potentieller Verlierer präferiert i.a. Finanzierungsinstrumente, die für die junge Generation als mögliche Gewinner aber nachteilig sind.

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  • Poganietz, Witold-Roger, 1997. "Vermindern Transferzahlungen den Konflikt zwischen Gewinnern und Verlierern in einer sich transformierenden Volkswirtschaft?," IAMO Discussion Papers 7, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO).
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