The Czech Republic and Economic Transition in Eastern Europe
A comparative analysis of the Czech Republic's economic transition after the fall of the Communist bloc. This book poses questions about the Republic and its partners in central and eastern Europe. It describes the country's macroeconomic performance; its development of capital markets; the structure and performance of its industries; its unemployment, household behaviour, and income distribution; and the environmental and health issues it faces.
- Hardback | 426 pages
- 165 x 241 x 27mm | 776g
- 01 Aug 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- English, Chinese
- references, index
Table of contents
Summary and overview, J. Svejnar; a comparative overview of economic developments in the Czech Republic, K. Dyba and J. Svejnar; the political system and economic transition, F. Turnovec; the quality and availability of official statistical data, J. Jilek; the macroeconomic situation in the Czech Republic, I. Sujan and M. Sujanova; seignorage and money demand in transition, N. Budina et al; efficiency of transitional economies - the output-inflation tradeoff, M.S. Vosvrda; privatization process in Czech Republic - players and winners, J. Kotrba; corporate governance and share prices in voucher privatized companies, R. Lastovicka et al; manager interests, breakups and performance of state enterprises in transition, L. Lizal et al; evolution and efficiency of concentration in Czech manufacturing, A. Zemplinerova and J. Stibal; performance of manufacturing, M. Bohata et al; unemployment and its dynamics, J. Svejnar et al; the Czech household sector in transition, M. Vavrejnova and I. Moravcikova; changes in expenditure and income inequality in the Czech and Solvak Republics, 1989 vs. 1992, T. Garner et al; economic transformation and the environment, A. Cerna et al; health care reform in the Czech Republic, R.K. Filer et al.