4 edition of Liberalization and transformation of morality in post-communist countries found in the catalog.
Liberalization and transformation of morality in post-communist countries
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Tadeusz Buksinski.|
|Series||Cultural heritage and contemporary change|
|LC Classifications||HN539.5.M6 B85 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
processes, social gains are obvious: “Liberalization policies put an end to shortages and brought full shelves and inflows of previously scarce consumer goods” (6). It is indeed true to say that in post-Communist countries, especially in Poland, people wel-comed the first years of transformations with relief manifested, above all, in shops. This book analyses the discourses of economic liberalization reform in six Western European countries – Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria. It provides systematic empirical evidence that policy-related discourses are much more than noise; rather, they are detailed expressions of institutional.
McKinnon argues there is an optimal order of economic liberalization, and that if changes do not take place in the correct order they will inevitably fail. Balancing the state budget and ensuring positive real returns on bank deposits must precede the privatization of industry. of civil society, especially in the post-Communist countries of Central Europe and in Latin America. But major obstacles to the expansion of freedom and democracy are emerging in the form of: a) ideologies that promote authoritarian market transitions—most preva lent in East Asia; b) "red-brown" alliances between Communists and the economic.
entire society, especially in periods of transformation (Elster, , р. 77). Not by chance did Adam Smith, in a separate book and along with analysis of the efficiency of egoism offer an interpretation of his own, which is by far of no lesser significance, of the need of moral, i.e. of social restrictions. Socialism, Capitalism, Transformation reveals the mind of an academic who was not afraid to turn politician when the opportunity arose. In it, Leszek Balcerowicz, leader of the largest opposition party in Poland, former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, summarizes some twenty years of research into the connections between economic and political .
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The book could be treated as the continuation of the ideas and concepts expressed in the volume Liberalization and Transformation of Morality in Post-Communist Countries (Washington ).Author: Tadeusz Buksiński. The Political Economy of Telecommunications Reform in Developing Countries: Privatization and Liberalization in Comparative Perspective [Petrazzini, Ben] on *FREE* Liberalization and transformation of morality in post-communist countries book on qualifying offers.
The Political Economy of Telecommunications Reform in Developing Countries: Privatization and Liberalization in Comparative PerspectiveCited by: This book reviews the experience of 14 countries with external liberalization and related policies, based on papers written by national authors following a common oeconomic methodology.
The methodology, the papers' main results, and policy implications are summarized in the introductory chapter. Post-Communist Reform concludes with a look at restructuring in Poland. The authors focus on the behavior of the state, the growth of the private sector, the role of financial systems, and the coherence of overall government policy, ending on a note of cautious optimism.
Individualism and Morality in the Post-communist Capitalism Article (PDF Available) in Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences – September with. However, the actual liberalization and marketization of the statist/socialist sector, which still employs more than 40 per cent of the labor force, proceeded very slowly until the fall ofthat is, until the return of the post-Communist parties to by: 4.
Abstract. Today, there has been an increasing interest in the likely existence of a moral capitalism, which is able to combine the capitalist's own interest with the public good.
In fact, real capitalisms could be positioned on a scale with the wild capitalism at one end and the moral capitalism at the : Dan Ioan Dascălu. The past two decades have been marked by rapid transformations of tourism in post-communist countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
Yet, there has Author: Hana Horakova. Since the collapse of the Berlin Wall, there has been a widespread affirmation of economic ideologies that conceive the market as an autonomous sphere of human practice, holding that market principles should be applied to human action at large.
In the wake of the financial crisis, the ascendance of market reason has been countered by calls for reforms of. Full Description: "Seeks to explain the weakness of civil society in the countries of post-Communist Europe.
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limited experience. Hence, the decline in moral and discipline caused by bad policies, eroded professional standards and ethics and weakened the system of governance. The paper lay emphasis on leadership and governance in some selected African countries.
The paper. Abstract. After the collapse of communism and the start of economic transformation, post-communist societies began to experience price liberalization, a fall in output, a fall in labour force participation, the emergence of registered unemployment, a fall in government revenues, pressure on government spending, and budget deficits.
A Study of the Market Reforms in Post-Communist Eastern Europe Introduction Poland, as well as it's fellow post-communist countries, face an arduous task in re-inventing their economies to match the dominant Western style currently dominating the world.
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The Post-communist condition in Mongolia. Professor S. Molor-Erdene, Mongols Mind Research Institute, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Summary Mongolia is one of the countries with socialist past until the perestroika in Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Today Mongolia located in this transition period. In this paper I want to discuss two questions. institutional transformation of economy and polity in post-communist states.
On the one hand, the marketization of the economic field, involving not only the introduction of price-regulated markets but also the establishment of a moral order of competition and commodification that. POST-COMMUNIST TRANSFORMATION I The four books under review are written by specialists in different social science disciplines and cover both a wide range of topics and a large number of post-Communist countries.
The principal purpose of that by Jozef M. van Brabant is helping to understand the process of. My goal is to point out which factors were responsible for the relative success of the post-communist transformation in the Baltic countries, taking into account the problems and challenges that those countries faced at the beginning of their transformation.
The start of the post-communist transformation, the collapse of Soviet power, and the end of the Cold War in led a number of observers, most notably Francis Fukuyama, then Professor of Political Science at George Mason University (Virginia, U.S.), to declare that.Financing also needs to be rethought.
For instance, in many post-communist countries, pension and health systems are funded largely through payroll taxes (see Fox, in this volume). These taxes swell the wage bill by as much as half, discouraging new investment in general and labor-intensive investment in particular.The political economy of change after communism I survey the first twenty-five years of economic change in the former communist countries after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
While diverging sharply from one another, these countries have converged economically and politically towards their nearest neighbors outside the Soviet Size: 1MB.