2 edition of Macroeconomic reforms in the economies in transition. found in the catalog.
Macroeconomic reforms in the economies in transition.
by Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, United Nations in Bangkok, New York
Written in English
Relates to Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and the Central Asian republic.
|Series||Development papers,, no. 18|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific., United Nations.|
|LC Classifications||HC441 .M326 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 95 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||95947886|
Microeconomic reform (or often just economic reform) comprises policies directed to achieve improvements in economic efficiency, either by eliminating or reducing distortions in individual sectors of the economy or by reforming economy-wide policies such as tax policy and competition policy with an emphasis on economic efficiency, rather than other goals such as equity or employment growth. In Transition Economies: Transformation, Development and Society in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan summarises the major economic and many social indicators of the changes which have taken place in the 29 European and Central Asian countries of what was formerly known as the Soviet book will prove a useful resource for students of transformation.
While policy makers need to be focused on achieving and sustaining basic macroeconomic stability in the transition of economies from a socialist to a market orientation, financial institutions and reforms play a particularly crucial role in this transformation. Introduction: Economics and Transition Erik Berglöf and Gérard Roland The transition from socialism to capitalism at the end of the twentieth century was one of the most signiﬁcant events in the world economy since industrialization. Fundamental institutional change affected about a quarter of the population of the Size: 59KB.
The Belarus Economy: The Challenges of Stalled Reforms Rumen Dobrinsky (editor), Amat Adarov, Kateryna Bornukova, Peter Havlik, Gábor Hunya, Dzmitry Kruk and Olga Pindyuk The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies Wiener Institut für Internatio nale Wirtschaftsvergleiche. Macroeconomic Policies and Achievements in Transition Economies, 21st century is also estimated for key transition economies. the success of reforms in the transition countries Author: Stanislaw Gomulka.
Out of the heart
National perspectives on housing rights
Nancy B. Leach.
Organizational and administrative practices in elementary schools in the United States.
California juvenile court practice
The Imported Clydesdale stallion 1896
Administration proposals relating to VA health care
Communion through preaching
Report of the Indian Delimitation Committee.
Pre-Conquest Church in England
Oversight hearing on the implementation of the Job Training Partnership Act
El tiempo imperfecto
Apostles of Palestine
Introduction to computer programming for the social sciences
Mental catharsis and the psychodrama.
Macroeconomic reforms in the economies in transition. New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations.
Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. ISBN: OCLC Number. Get this from a library. Macroeconomic reforms in the economies in transition. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.; United Nations.;] -- Relates to Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and the Central Asian republic.
The transition from socialism to capitalism in former socialist economies is one of the main economic events of the twentieth century. Not only does it affect the lives of approximately billion people, but it is contributing to a shift in emphasis in economics from standard price and monetary theory to contracting and its institutional environment.
Macroeconomic Stabilization in Transition Economies: Economics Books @ This is a truly stellar book that everyone interested in the economics and economic history of Transition Economies should read.
The book lays out a convincing argument that the process commonly known as the transition from a centrally planned to a free market economy in the former Soviet Union (FSU), and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is rather a transformation that touched all aspects of 5/5(3).
Sincethe central banks of the Baltic states and the Commonwealth of Independent States have undertaken comprehensive reform of their monetary and exchange arrangements in support of their stabilization efforts. Their efforts have been supported by extensive technical assistance provided by the IMF and 23 central banks.
This book edited by V. Sundararajan, Arne B. Peterson, and Gabriel. A transition economy or transitional economy is an economy which is changing from a centrally planned economy to a market economy.
Transition economies undergo a set of structural transformations intended to develop market-based institutions. These include economic liberalization, where prices are set by market forces rather than by a central planning organization. Most transition economies experienced high inflation in the initial transition years, but were subsequently able to reduce it.
Ideology Soviet citizens, and their counterparts in other command socialist economies, were told for decades that market capitalism is an evil institution, that it fosters greed and human misery.
STRUCTURAL REFORMS AND MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE—COUNTRY CASES INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND. – 3. The cease-fire with Azerbaijan allowed the authorities to focus on their economic agenda. The authorities pursued strong monetary and fiscal policies, reflecting structural reforms in the conduct of macroeconomic policies.
This book, by Abdessatar Ouanes and Subhash Thakur presents the principal elements of macroeconomic accounting and analysis for the real, fiscal, monetary, and external sectors of a transition economy, using Poland as a case study.
Background information, exercises, and issues for discussion are also provided. The beginning of economic reforms in Estonia was similar to the experience of other Central and Eastern European states (also known as "transition economies"), but in some areas it.
Analyzing the key problems facing the transition countries in Central and Eastern Europe, this book describes the legacy of the central planners and the need for radical reforms.
The essays in this volume explore the special type of policies that were needed in the post-socialist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union in order to reduce inflation and to stop the fall in output that followed the collapse of Communism.
The book contains a number of general studies that discuss the type of reforms needed and how they condition policies and analyse the. The impact of the subsequent economic liberalization and the changing role of the state during the period of transition is the focus of this theoretical overview, with particular coverage of macroeconomic management and the privatization of state enterprises.
A companion volume () contains in-depth country studies. Its ambition is to make the economic, social, and institutional dimensions of this complex process intelligible, rather than to bring new theoretical insights on public finance in transition economies.
The book focuses on Hungary, an early reformer that underwent a profound -- and still unfinished -- process of transformation.
Source: Report On Implementation Of Ukraine’s Strategy For Public Administration Reform Inp 3. Reinforcing policy-making capacity within Ministries.
Introduction of Directorates within the ministerial hierarchy has achieved its projected results: young people and those from “outside of the system” went into the heart of the government to strive for success of the reforms.
The essays collected in this volume, written by well-known academics and policy analysts, discuss the impact of increased capital mobility on macroeconomic performance. The authors highlight the most adequate ways to manage the transition from a semi-closed economy to a semi-open one.
Additionally, issues related to the measurement of openness, monetary control, optimal exchange rates regimes. So, in this spirit of glasnost at the IMF, I would like to make some remarks about two such public debates of relevance to transition economies.
The first debate is about the reform strategy advocated to the transition economies by outside advisors, including. Celebrating twenty years of transition from socialism to capitalism, this book is designed to be the core textbook for undergraduate courses in transition economics and comparative economic systems.
Given the passage of time, Transition Economics: Two Decades On reviews and accounts for the outcomes in the so-called transition economies and, from an academic perspective, takes the reader. There are positive examples of countries in which extensive macroeconomic reforms have ultimately generated growth, and in which safety nets have been an important part of the reform process.
The debate over social-sector reforms in the transition economies resembles the stalled debates over social welfare reform in the OECD countries. Yet. An authoritative assessment of the reform efforts in African economies during the s and early s.
The focus is on the reform process in the socialist countries which began from a position of pervasive state intervention. The impact of the subsequent economic liberalization and the changing.In this book, two highly eminent scholars and former central bankers, Dr A.
Vasudevan and Dr Partha Ray, with very rich and prolonged experience in the analysis and formulation of the various dimensions of macroeconomic policy in India and elsewhere, attempt a truly credible and readable narrative of fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policies for financial stability in emerging developing.
The Czech Republic and Economic Transition in Eastern Europe is the first in-depth, comparative analysis of the Czech Republic's economic transition after the fall of the Communist bloc.
Edited by Jan Svejnar,a principal architect of the Czech economic transformation and Economic Advisor to President Vaclav Havel, the book poses important questions about the Republic and its partners in Book Edition: 1.