Modernizing Infrastructure in Transformation Economies: Paving the Way to European Enlargement
''This book should be thought-provoking reading for academics and practitioners with a professional interest in infrastructure services, policy design, and the agenda for infrastructure reform in transition economies. Christian von Hirschhausen&am
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2 Infrastructure Policy in Socialism and in the Market Economy
3 The Process of Systemic Transformation
4 Specific Infrastructure Policies for Eastern Europe?
5 Survey and Methodology
6 Lessons from Public Investment Programs
7 Innovation Policies towards a Market Economy?
8 Private Project Financing of Highway Development
9 Power Utility Reregulation
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