Transition Report 1999: Ten Years of Transition. Economic Transition in Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltic States and the CIS.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1999 - Economic reform - 288 pages
This is the 1999 edition of the EBRD's report on the progress of Central and European economies as they strive towards becoming market economies. The special theme of this edition is enterprise performance and growth.
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Progress and patterns in reform Steven Fries Martin Raiser and Melvin Weeks
The state and economic reform
Social developments in transition
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