Globalization And Regionalization In Socialist And Post-socialist Economies: Common Economic Spaces of Europe by John Pickles

Globalization And Regionalization In Socialist And Post-socialist Economies: Common Economic Spaces…

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Hardcover | October 24, 2008

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Globalization and Regionalization in Post-Socialist Economies explores the reconfiguration of economic spaces in the 'new Europe' with a focus on the post-socialist economies of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. It is made up of an interdisciplinary collection of essays by leading scholars and brings together new perspectives on the economic transformations in post-socialist countries as they struggle with the development of market mechanisms.

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JOHN PICKLES is Earl N. Distinguished Chair of International Studies in the Department of Geography and ROBERT M. JENKINS is Director of the Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies, both at the University of North Carolina.

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Title:Globalization And Regionalization In Socialist And Post-socialist Economies: Common Economic Spaces…Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:October 24, 2008Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230522130

ISBN - 13:9780230522138

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Introduction--J.Pickles & R.Jenkins * PART 1: FROM STATE TO MARKET IN FINANCE AND INDUSTRY * Developing Emerging Bond Markets--P.Haiss & N.Chou * Japanese FDI in Central Europe and China: Consequences and Trends--K.Morita & Y.Chen * A New Role for Banks in Poland--E.Mirecka * Changes in Poland's Industrial Policy Resulting from System Transformation--K.Rosiek * PART 2: REGIONALIZATION AND EMBEDDEDNESS: EUROPEAN UNION AND REFORMS IN POLAND AND ROMANIA * Romania' s Accession Perspectives: The Necessity to Include Special Safeguard Clauses in Its Accession Treaty--S.Panaitescu * Consequences of EU-Enlargement on the Romanian Border Regions--H-H.Rieser & C.Waack * The Influence of European Integration on the Institutional Situation of Women in Labour Market in Poland--A.Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz * Problems Linked with Convergence Criteria Fulfillment in New EU Member States: Exemplification of Poland's Experience--K.Zukrowska * PART 3: RUSSIA AND EUROPE'S COMMON SPACES * Contingent Property Rights: The Cost to the EU of Russia's Accession--S.Rosefielde * The Property Rights Hurdle: Reconciling EU and Russian Traditions--S.Hedlund * Factories of the "Red Bourgeoisie" in the Urals during the NEP: Data and Analysis--R.Khaziev * Europe Our Common Home in the Pharmaceutical Industry? The Soviet Pharmaceutical Industry and European Houses during the NEP--M.Schaeffer Conroy * Conclusion--J.Pickles & R.Jenkins