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Industrial Transformation in Eastern Europe in the Light of the East Asian Experience

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Since 1989, the postcommunist societies of Eastern Europe have been subject to policy advice and political and economic pressure which assumes that the development of 'free market' economies is the best route to economic growth and prosperity. The contributors to this volume take issue with this proposition. Though working from different theoretical perspectives, with different interests, they collectively argue that there are better ways to build dynamic and prosperous industrial economies in Eastern Europe than encouraging the respective societies of the region to ape the contents and swallow the myths of the Anglo-American form of capitalism. The contributors to this volume are among the leading authorities on economic transformation in Eastern Europe.


WLADIMIR ANDREFF Professor of Economics and Director of the Research Programme on Reforming and Opening Post-Socialist Economic Systems (ROSES), University of Paris I, Pantheon-Sorbonne, France LASZLO CZABAN Lecturer in International Business, University of Leeds NIGEL HARRIS Professor of Development Planning, University College, University of London EUN MEE KIM Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California, USA DIC LO Lecturer in Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London DAVID LOCKWOOD Lecturer in Russian and Soviet History, University of Melbourne, Australia VICTOR NEE Goldwin Smith Professor of Sociology, Cornell University and Fellow of the Centre for Advanced Study in the Behavioural Sciences, Stanford, California, USA PETER NOLAN University Lecturer in Economics and Fellow of Jesus College, University of Cambridge HUGO RADICE Lecturer in Economics, University of Leeds RICHARD SCASE Professor of Sociology and Organizational Behaviour, University of Kent at Canterbury SIJIN SU Researcher and Consultant on Chinese Business, Berkeley, California, USA SARAH VICKERSTAFF Senior Lecturer in Social and Public Policy, University of Kent at Canterbury RICHARD WHITLEY Professor of Organizational Sociology, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester

List of Tables Preface Notes on the Editors and Contributors PART ONE: INTRODUCTION On Appropriate Models for Transformation in Eastern Europe; J.Henderson PART TWO: TRANSFORMATION IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Social and Political Dimensions of Economic Transformation: Eastern Europe and Pacific Asia; J.Henderson & R.Whitley Industrial Transformation in East-Central Europe and East Asia: Should the State Whither Away?; W.Andreff Privatization and the State: Russia, Eastern Europe, East Asia; N.Harris & D.Lockwood The Starting Point of Liberalization: China and the Former USSR on the Eve of Reform; P.Nolan Institutional Change and Economic Development in East-Central Europe and China: Contrasts in the Light of the 'East Asian Model'; D.Lo & H.Radice PART THREE: NATIONAL SPECIFICITIES Institutional Foundations of Robust Economic Performance: Public Sector Industrial Growth in China; V.Nee & S.Su The Developmental Alliance for Industrialization in East Asia: State and Business in South Korea and Taiwan; E.M.Kim Enterprise Strategies and Labour Relations in Central and Eastern Europe; S.Vickerstaff, J.Thirkell & R.Scase Ideologies, Economic Policies and Social Change: the Cyclical Nature of Hungary's Transformation; L.Czaban Index


Titel: Industrial Transformation in Eastern Europe in the Light of the East Asian Experience
EAN: 9781349265220
ISBN: 978-1-349-26522-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 255
Gewicht: 345g
Größe: H15mm x B220mm x T143mm
Jahr: 1998
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 1st ed. 1998

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