Restructuring Eastern Europe: The Microeconomics of the Transition Process

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Soumitra Sharma
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 195 pages
A discussion of the transition process in Eastern Europe on a microeconomic level, covering ideological, institutional, socio-political and financial problems resulting from the process. It offers insights into complex issues - dispersion of foreign direc
 

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Contents

1 Major issues in restructuring and transition in Eastern Europe1
1
2 Industrial restructuring and supply chain development in Eastern Europe
14
a case study
29
4 Entrepreneurship in the turbulent environment of Eastern Europe
42
5 Efficiency under restructuring from a microeconomic perspective
58
6 Public investment expenditure and regional development in transitional economies
72
7 Policies for control of air pollution in Central and Eastern Europe
82
8 Regional dispersion of foreign direct investment in Eastern Europe
97
the role of FDI and alliances
111
10 Financial fragility in the banking system of transitional economies in Eastern Europe
128
11 The transformation and demise of self managed firms in Croatia Macedonia FRY and Slovenia
139
12 Restructuring of the banks in Albania
158
13 Company restructuring and business analysis
167
problems and prospects
177
Index
189
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Edited by Soumitra Sharma, Professor of Economics and Associate Dean, Economics Faculty, University of Zagreb, Croatia

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