Economic Policy and Growth


  • Economic Policy and Growth of Central and East European Countries, School of Slavonic and East European Countries
  • University College London
  • London 2003 (s. 294)
  • Seria wydawnicza: SSEES Occasional Papers No. 59
  • Publikacja dofinansowana przez Międzynarodowy Fundusz Wyszehradzki.




Introduction [s.vii]
Authors [s.ix]

External and Theoretical Conditions of Economic Policy and Growth of Central and East European Countries

  1. The Institutional Approach to Economic Policy
    Anna Horodecka [s.3]
  2. Imperfect Capital Allocation in a Transition Economy
    Jan Kubíček [s.13]
  3. The Evolution of World Economic Recessions – Their Regularities and Consequences for Central and East European Countries’ Development
    Krzysztof Piech [s.25]
  4. Economic Interrelations between Central and East European Countries
    Dariusz Jagiełło [s.47]
  5. Convergence in Employment Structures: Transition Countries versus the EU: Reforms, Income Levels or Specialisation Patterns?
    Tomasz Mickiewicz [s.59]
  6. The Viability of the Baltic Way towards Convergence and the European Union
    Gábor Orbán [s.83]
  7. The Appropriate Exchange Rate System for Integration of the Baltic Countries into the European Monetary Union: The Case of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia
    Katarzyna Wiśniewska [s.93]

The European Union Integration Process and CEE Countries

  1. The Reform of European Union Institutions in the context of Enlargement
    Dana Viktorová [s.103]
  2. The Evolution of the European Social Fund as an Instrument supporting the Fight against Unemployment in the European Union
    Dominik Sobczak [s.113]
  3. Convergence across European Union Members and Consequences for the Czech Republic
    Patrik Bauer [s.125]
  4. The Stability and Sustainability of the Polish Economy to integrate into the European Union
    Abey Hailu Senbeta [s.135]
  5. Main Issues and Benefits of European Union Enlargement concerning Poland
    Marcin Kulikowski [s.157]

Economic Policy and Growth within Visegrad Countries

  1. The Synchronisation of the Polish Business Cycle
    Krzysztof Piech [s.167]
  2. Macroeconomic Development of Slovakia during the Transition Process
    Gabriela Revilakova [s.177]
  3. The International Debt of Poland
    Monika Bodo [s.183]
  4. Consumption Patterns in Poland during Transition – Microeconomic Analysis with Regional Aspects
    Krzysztof Piech [s.195]
  5. Poland as the Insurance Market Leader among Countries of the Visegrad Group
    Tomasz Bernat [s.213]
  6. The Regional Policy and SMEs in the Zlin Region
    Marek Beran and Kamil Dobeš [s.219]

Technological Changes and Transition Countries’ Prospects for Growth

  1. The Institutional Infrastructure of the ‘New Economy’ and Catching-up Potential of Post-Socialist Countries
    Marcin Piątkowski [s.229]
  2. The Technology Gap and Catching-up Process in Visegrad Countries
    Martin Srholec [s.253]
  3. Competitiveness of Central and East European Countries and Economic Policy towards Transition to Digitalism
    Krzysztof Piech [s.261]
  4. The Visegrad Group and International Visegrad Fund – basic issues [s.285]
  5. Index [s.287]

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