The Transition to a Market Economy (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
288
Utgivningsdatum
1997-02-01
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Illustrationer
tables, figures
ISBN
9781858983936
The Transition to a Market Economy (inbunden)

The Transition to a Market Economy

Transformation and Reform in the Baltic States

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The Baltic countries of Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia were pioneers among the former Soviet republics in implementing political and economic reforms. Starting in 1988, the transition process in these three countries has been rapid and demonstrates the key role of economic issues in the reform process. In this important new book, a distinguished group of contributors assesses the current situation and highlights certain theoretical features of the transformation process. They conclude that the Baltic States have, for the moment, succeeded in their aim of stabilizing both the domestic price level and the exchange rate by a combination of responsible fiscal policy and adaptation of a pegged, undervalued exchange rate.
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Edited by Tarmo Haavisto, Office of the Head of Divisions, Lund University, Sweden

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Contents: 1. Introduction (T. Haavisto) 2. A Comparative Analysis of the Economic Transition in the Baltic Countries - Barriers, Strategies, Perspectives (N. Mygind) 3. Introducing New Currencies in the Baltic Countries (S. Lainela, P. Sutela) 4. Public Sector Development: Difficulties and Restrictions (H. Aage) 5. The Future Trade Opportunities of the Baltic Republics (T. Wergeland) 6. State-Owned Enterprises after Socialism: Why and How to Privatize them Rapidly (P. Pelikan) 7. Investment Incentives in the Formerly Planned Economies (G. Eliasson) 8. Structural Adjustment, Efficiency and Economic Growth (T. Gylfason) 9. The Role of Institutions in the Transition to a Market Economy (M.D. Intriligator) 10. Introducing New Currencies in the Baltic Countries: A Comment (T.M. Rybczynski) 11. Eastern Europe in Transition (O. Kyn) Index