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Wirtschaftliche Transformationsprozesse in den Nachfolgestaaten Jugoslawiens

Economic transformation processes in the countries succeeding Yugoslavia
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Büschenfeld, Herbert

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Abstract Corresponding to the break-up of former Yugoslavia previous jugosocialistic economic system, based on the principles of "workers-selfmanagement" and "social ownership", became obsolete. In face of diverse reform-intentions and varying framework the transition to market economy differs considerably from newly created state to state. It ranges from remarkable progress to nearly inactivity in starting transformation. Accordingly heterogeneous are the grade of macroeconomic stabilization, the effects of privatization and restruction and also the problems of the individual political economies.
Keywords post-socialist country; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Macedonia; Croatia; Serbia; Montenegro; transformation; Southeastern Europe; economy; economic development (on national level); geopolitics; economic policy; privatization; Slovenia; gross domestic product; industrial production; economic growth; consolidation; value added; import; trade balance; foreign exchange; indebtedness; state capitalism; capital; reform; stabilization; export; unemployment; shadow economy
Classification Macrosociology, Analysis of Whole Societies; Area Development Planning, Regional Research; National Economy; Economic Policy
Document language German
Publication Year 1999
Page/Pages p. 23-38
Journal Europa Regional, 7.1999 (1999) 4
ISSN 0943-7142
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications