2 edition of Economic crisis in Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
Economic crisis in Eastern Europe
D. M. Nuti
|Statement||by Domenico Mario Nuti.|
|Series||EUI working paper -- no.26|
|Contributions||European University Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
Get this from a library! Crisis and quality of democracy in Eastern Europe. [Miodrag Jovanović; Đorđe Pavićević; Biljana Đorđević;] -- "There is erosion of trust in elected institutions in both well-established democracies and new democracies. Whether we locate the cause of crisis of democracy in the current financial crisis or in. Financial Crisis in Eastern Europe. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Financial crises -- Europe, Eastern -- 21st century. Europe, Eastern -- Economic conditions -- 21st century. Finanzkrise. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items.
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The book discusses various cases of financialisation and financial crisis in South-Eastern Europe. While these can be directly traced to the region’s reliance upon the global financial regime, the interplay of international financial institutions, the eurozone’s rigidity and domestic policies have produced various outcomes in the countries of the region. The economy of Europe was by this time dominated by the EU, a huge economic and political organization with then 15 of Europe's states as full members. EU membership was seen as something to aspire to, and the EU gave significant support and aid to those Central and Eastern European states willing to work towards achieving economies that met.
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Most notably in Eastern Europe, countries have adopted different approaches to combat the crisis and Economic crisis in Eastern Europe book impact has been varying – politically, economically and socially. This book gives an overview of chosen countries and their situation before.
"From Economic Crisis to Reform provides a rigorous and nuanced analysis of the international and domestic politics of IMF lending programs.
Through quantitative analysis and careful case-study comparisons of Latin America and Eastern Europe, Grigore Pop-Eleches takes us well beyond oversimplified linear arguments about the effects of economic crises. "From Economic Crisis to Reform provides a rigorous and nuanced analysis of the international and domestic politics of IMF lending programs.
Through quantitative analysis and careful case-study comparisons of Latin America and Eastern Europe, Grigore Pop-Eleches takes us well beyond oversimplified linear arguments about the effects of economic by: Using comparative evidence from the initiation and implementation of IMF programs in Latin America and Eastern Europe, From Economic Crisis to Reform shows that economic crises do not necessarily persuade governments to adopt IMF-style economic policies.
Instead, ideology, interests, and institutions, at both the international and domestic Cited by: Book Description.
The global financial crisis has provided an important opportunity to revisit debates about post-socialist transition and the relative success of different reform paths. Post-communist Central and Eastern Europe (CEECs) in particular show resilience in the wake of the international crisis with a diverse range of economic.
The financial crisis of took an unexpected turn upon challenging a core symbol of Europe's integration project, the Euro. In this volume, leading experts tackle questions on the capacity of the EU to respond, the manner discontent electorates will hold their leaders to account, and the.
The financial crisis of took an unexpected turn upon challenging a core symbol of Europe's integration project, the Euro. In this volume, leading experts tackle questions on the capacity of the EU to respond, the manner discontent electorates will hold their leaders to account, and the implications for Europe's future relations with Russia.
This book examines how foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows to Central and Eastern Europe have changed after the Great Recession. It argues that beyond their cyclical effects, the economic crisis and the changing competitiveness of Central and Eastern European countries have had structural impacts on FDI in the region.
An Economic History of Europe since By Witt Bowden; Michael Karpovich; Abbott Payson Usher American Book Company, Read preview Overview Economic History of Europe, By Ernest L.
Bogart Longmans, Green and Co., The European debt crisis (often also referred to as the eurozone crisis or the European sovereign debt crisis) is a multi-year debt crisis that has been taking place in the European Union since the end of Several eurozone member states (Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Cyprus) were unable to repay or refinance their government debt or to bail out over-indebted banks under their.
This volume sheds new light on economic developments in several countries of Southeast Europe. The European Union and especially the eurozone continue to experience rhythms of fiscal crisis, as can most clearly be seen in the debt crisis in the South Periphery.
Despite the fact that several. Only by understanding Central and Eastern Europe's turbulent history during the first half of the twentieth century can we hope to make sense of the conflicts and crises that have followed World War II and, after that, the collapse of Soviet-controlled state socialism.
Ivan Berend looks closely at the fateful decades preceding World War II and at twelve countries whose absence from the roster. Professor Tomasz Mickiewicz is a professor of Economics, and Head of the Economics, Finance and Entrepreneurship Group at Aston University, UK.
He teaches on emerging and transitional economics, and his research interests include comparative entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, high growth aspiration entrepreneurship, informal economy, tax avoidance; foreign direct investment, and the.
Greece remains heavily indebted from the financial crisis. Most of Eastern Europe has yet to catch up to the rest of the EU. Most of Eastern Europe has.
Since the onset of the global financial crisis inthe EU has been in almost permanent crisis mode. It is witnessing new dimensions of internal differentiation among its member states, and the migration crisis has shown that the Central and Eastern European countries (CEEs) in particular are slowly but certainly transforming themselves from predominantly passive policy-takers.
Kipper und Wipper (–22) financial crisis at start of Thirty Years' War Tulip mania () an economic bubble that bursted, hurting the economy of the Dutch Republic The General Crisis () Arguably the largest worldwide crisis in history [ opinion ].
Editorial Reviews From the Inside Flap This book analyzes the economic transformation in former Communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe and countries of the former Soviet Union, from the end of central planning to the capitalist varieties of the present.
This book traces the effect of these crises on the foreign policy of the EU, examining the changes in policies towards the countries on its eastern borders, the EU's review of the Eastern Partnership, as well as the EU's relations with Russia by: 5. Sznajder Lee, Aleksandra, "From Economic Crisis to Reform: IMF Programs in Latin America and Eastern Europe by Grigore Pop-Eleches (Book Review)" ().
Political Science Faculty Publications. This welcome second edition of A History of Eastern Europe provides a thematic historical survey of the formative processes of political, social and economic change which have played paramount roles in shaping the evolution and development of the region.
Subjects covered include: Eastern Europe in ancient, medieval and early modern times; the legacies of Byzantium, the Cited by:. The current global financial crisis is the worst the world has seen since the Great Depression in – It has hit Central and Eastern Europe harder than any other region of the world.
The region's forecasted drop in GDP this year is about 4 percent, and at least Latvia and Ukraine are likely to face double-digit declines. Mr Grieveson thinks the crisis will fundamentally change some aspects of the region’s economies, sometimes for the better.
Central and eastern Europe .The Paperback of the From Economic Crisis to Reform: IMF Programs in Latin America and Eastern Europe by Grigore Pop-Eleches at Barnes & Noble.