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The privatization process in East-Central Europe

  1. TitleThe privatization process in East-Central Europe : evolutionary process of Czech privatization / edited by Michal Mejstřík ; associate editors Alexis Derviz, Alena Zemplinerová
    Another authors Mejstřík, Michal, 1952-2021 (Editor)
    Derviz, Alexis (Editor)
    Zemplinerová , Alena (Editor)
    PublicationNew York : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, [1997]
    Copyright notice date©1997
    Scopexviii, 330 stran : ilustrace ; 24 cm
    CountryUnited States
    LanguageEnglish
    Edition International studies in economics and econometrics ; volume 36
    NoteObsahuje bibliografii a rejstřík
    Annotation"Until 1991, none of the post-communist nations except former East Germany (which had a large decree of support from West Germany) had succeeded in privatizing large numbers of enterprises, even though more than two years had passed since the changes in government in these nations. The privatization has been, however, seen as an extremely important part of reform package together with stabilization and liberalization especially in the Czech Republic from the very beginning. The Czechs originally as a part of the Czechoslovak Federal Republic embarked on an unprecedented path that should have lead not only to stabilization and liberalization, but also to very rapid, mass privatization of its sector of large enterprises that have dominated its economy to an extreme extent." --Springer
    Výrazy tezauru privatizace * odškodnění * finanční instituce * hospodářská politika * fiskální politika * Česká republika * 90. léta 20. století
    Klasifikační znaky1211 - Občanské právo
    2416 - Úvěrové a finanční instituce
    1606 - Hospodářská politika
    2446 - Daňová soustava
    ISBN978-1-4613-7917-1
    Copy count1, currently available 1
    Document kindStudie
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    The privatization process in East-Central Europe

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