The Socio-Economic Transformation: Getting Closer To What? by Zbigniew NahorskiThe Socio-Economic Transformation: Getting Closer To What? by Zbigniew Nahorski

The Socio-Economic Transformation: Getting Closer To What?

byZbigniew Nahorski, J. Owsinski, Tomasz Szapiro

Hardcover | March 14, 2007

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Transition economies offer a test case for concepts and theories, for broader ideas and for the methods of scientific enquiry, but also for the multiplicity of ideological interpretations. Designing the strategies for the transition processes and testing the theories relative to economic, social and political change constitute an unprecedented challenge to intellectual capacity of the scientific community. This volume brings together a team of leading international economists to address the major issues of transformation, institutional design, the redistribution paradigm and the macroeconomic decisions to be made.
ZBIGNIEW NAHORSKI is the Dean of the Computer Science Department, Warsaw School of Information Technology and the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Control and Cybernetics. He co-manages the EURO Working Group MODEST. He is the author of over 150 scholarly papers and four books, as well as the editor of 25 books or special issues of tech...
Title:The Socio-Economic Transformation: Getting Closer To What?Format:HardcoverDimensions:168 pagesPublished:March 14, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230007945

ISBN - 13:9780230007949


Table of Contents

Preface * Acknowledgements * Contributors * Some Remarks on the Study of Transformation Processes--Z.Nahorski, J.W.Owsinski & T.Szapiro * PART I: INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATION: THE OWNERSHIP PARADIGM * An Essay in Modelling of Institutional Change--L.Hurwicz * When do Stakes in Restructuring put Restructuring at Stake--P.J.H.Schröder * Privatization, Efficiency and Economic Growth--T.Gylfason * The Herring Barrel Metaphor and What Next--Jan W. Owsinski * PART II: REDISTRIBUTION, GOVERNMENT, AND HUMAN CAPITAL * Transition and Stability of Redistribution Policies--J-L.Schneider * Fiscal Policy and Transition: the Case of Poland--S.L.Baier & G.Glomm * Knowledge Management and the Strategies of Global Business Education: From Knowledge to Wisdom--M.Zeleny * Modelling of Labor Market in a Transition Economy--M. Mikhalevich * Index