Good Governance in Central and Eastern Europe: The Puzzle of Capitalism by Design

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Herman Willem Hoen
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2001 - Political Science - 151 pages
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'Undeniably Good Governance in Central and Eastern Europe provides many insights in the political economy of institutional reform and constitutes an important contribution to the growing literature on "second-generation" reforms.'
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Contents

Taking Stock on Transformation Market Reform and Democratisation in Central and Eastern Europe
1
Good Governance and the First Decade of Transition An Overview
13
Recovery and Growth in Transition Economies 199097 A Stylised Regression Analysis
26
Governance Conditionality and Transformation in Postsocialist Countries
54
International Financial Institutions and Conditionality in Eastern Europe
91
Transformation in the Czech and Slovak Republics Elite Receptions and Responses
110
1 + 1 1? The Postunification East German Elite Analytical Caveats
126
Bibliography
135
Index
145
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