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Success and failure of post-communist transition

Ferdinand Pavel

Success and failure of post-communist transition

theory and an application to Bulgaria

by Ferdinand Pavel

  • 207 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Shaker in Aachen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Post-communism -- Bulgaria.,
  • Industrial policy -- Bulgaria.,
  • Bulgaria -- Economic conditions -- 1989-,
  • Bulgaria -- Economic policy -- 1989-

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFerdinand Pavel.
    SeriesInstitutioneller Wandel der Landwirtschaft und Ressourcennutzung -- Bd. 2 = -- Institutional change in agriculture and natural resources -- v. 2, Institutioneller Wandel der Landwirtschaft und Ressourcennutzung
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 196 p. :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21725336M
    ISBN 10382658774X

    Politička misao, Vol. 47, No. 5, , pp. Problems of Early Post-Communist Transition Theory: From Transition from to Transition to Dejan Jović Summary: The paper critically assesses the main approaches developed within the theories of post-communist transitions in the s by looking at. The political appeal of policy transfer is obvious. The attempts to diffuse the ideas of the new public management have offered a useful laboratory for learning about large-scale policy diffusion, but the lessons do not appear to have been learned as well as they might. These ideas were tried in many Central and Eastern European countries, but with, at best, minimal success.   The book analyses policy transfer processes and expands the new and growing sub-field of policy failure by interrogating the binary ideas of ‘failure’ and ‘success’ in the context of the Central Eastern European (CEE) transition, democratic consolidation and . Post-Communist Modernization, Transition Studies, and Diversity in Europe* Paul Blokker FLORENCE Abstract The greater part of studies of post-communism – habitually grouped under the heading of ‘transitology’ – understands the transition ultimately as a political and cultural convergence of the ex-communist societies with Western Europe.


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The author argues thatCited by: 2.The fall of communism 25 years ago transformed the political and economic landscape in more than two dozen countries across Europe and Asia.

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