Democratising Capitalism?: The Political Economy of Post-Communist Transformations in Romania, 1989-2001
This book analyzes the two major components of the post-communist transformations in Romania that account for its new form of capitalism: the reconstitution of politics as democratic politics and the replacement of the plan by the market as the mechanism for economic co-ordination.
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Cultural factors in the economic and political transformations
Democratisation and the fragile political consensus
reforming the socialist economy
Institutionalising the separation of state and economy
International factors in Romanias postcommunist transformations
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