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The March to Capitalism in the Transition Countries (Avebury Series in Philosophy)

Author:

Irving S. Michelman

Title:

The March to Capitalism in the Transition Countries (Avebury Series in Philosophy)

Category:

Business & Money

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1107 kb

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1229 kb

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1743 kb

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Rating:

4.6

ISBN10:

1840141018

ISBN13:

978-1840141016

Publisher:

Ashgate Pub Ltd (August 1, 1998)

Language:

English

Subcategory:

Economics

Pages:

176

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The March to Capitalism in the Transition Countries (Avebury Series in Philosophy) by Irving S. Michelman

This work analyzes and reconsiders the march to capitalism in Russia and in three former Soviet-occupied countries - Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic - during the recent post-Cold War period. It also examines the march in China, certainly a transition country, but unlikely to end in capitalism, as in the four European countries. Topics covered include: Russia - lurching towards capitalism; Western aid - the International Monetary Fund; the World Bank and other aid to Russia; Russia, Hungary and the Czech Republic compared; privatization - the defining strategy of transition; Gorbachev's economic reforms; Vaclav Havel - a principal dissident; Adam Michnik - choosing liberalism; China in transition; and Russia reconsidered.


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