1 edition of Monetary regimes in post-communist countries found in the catalog.
Monetary regimes in post-communist countries
Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-24).
|Series||Working paper series|
|LC Classifications||HG930.7 .N46 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1> :|
|LC Control Number||2009449408|
The collapse of the communist regime and the breakdown of the command economy "stripped off" the post-communist economies vis-à-vis the international market: with rare exceptions (hydroelectric power, mining, and primary processing of raw materials) all goods produced in these countries were incompatible with international standards and could. Rose may be the best single source that synthesizes public opinion research to reveal how publics across post-communist countries have reacted to the transition and the nature of their political values. Some works that can serve as overviews of the study of post-communist regime change are more grounded in theory and more reflective of.
The essays are based on detailed empirical investigation about conditions in today’s Hungary. They nevertheless contribute to the exploration of the characteristic features of post-communist authoritarian regimes, shared by an increasing number of countries in Europe and Central Asia. For many in former Soviet Bloc countries the desire to forget the communist past conflicts with the need to make money from dark tourism sites.
dictatorship with something else. For simplicity, we refer to these as the “postcommunist countries.” We do not include China or Vietnam, which, while embracing capitalism, retained communist political regimes; the unreconstructed communist states of Cuba and North Korea; or the successors to Marxist regimes in less developed African countries. performance of the international monetary regime of Bretton Woods with that on the performance of preceding and subsequent regimes. The comparison for the seven largest (non-Communist) industrialized countries (the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, Canada, and Italy) is based on.
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Summary: This article offers an attempt at typologisation of the evolution of monetary regimes in post-communist countries (), which is exceptionally varied by character. Abstract This article offers an attempt at typologisation of the evolution of monetary regimes in post-communist countries (), which is exceptionally varied by character.
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In Bul-garia, the eulogy of static monetary regimes of the past prevailed and any form of activism was denied whereas in Romania N. Nenovsky et al. / Communist and Post-Communist Studies 46 () 13–23 This article offers an attempt at typologisation of the evolution of monetary regimes in post-communist countries (), which is exceptionally varied by : Nikolay Nenovsky.
MONETARY REGIMES IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTRIES SOME LONG-TERM REFLECTIONS Nikolay NENOVSKY LEO, Université d’Orléans and ICER [email protected] Abstract This article offers an attempt at typologisation of the evolution of monetary regimes in post-communist countries (), which is exceptionally varied by character.
Two large groups have. Europe’s communist regimes began to collapse 30 years ago, but still shape political views welfare was a colder average annual temperature and post-communist countries. Real Wages Rigidities and the Choice of Monetary Regime, (with D.
Koleva), BNB, DP/18, The Currency Board and Bulgaria Accession to the Europen Monetary Union (with D. Ialnazov), The Kyoto University Economic Review,no 1/2, whole, No /, pp, Monetary Regimes in Post-Communist Countries. During the time of the Soviet Union (–), communist countries could be found in Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Some of these nations, like the People's Republic of China, were (and still are) global players in their own right. Other communist countries, such as East Germany, were essentially satellites of the U.S.S.R. that played a significant role during the Cold War but no longer.
The aim of this contribution is to probe whether voting behaviour in the / and elections to the EP in the post-communist can be understood in terms of the SOE theory. The results show that the and EP election in the EU countries can be.
An exchange rate regime is the way a monetary authority of a country or currency union manages the currency in relation to other currencies and the foreign exchange is closely related to monetary policy and the two are generally dependent on many of the same factors, such as economic scale and openness, inflation rate, elasticity of the labor market, financial market development.
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Brussels, Belgium Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto/PA Images. In lateI arrived in an icy Budapest to give a journalism. The CCP moved away from a two-term limit for the general secretary — in line with other regimes in Central Asia and Africa, where heads of state have become presidents for life.