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Economic and Social Reforms in Slovakia: On some Aspects of Public Process and Interests Advocacy


Beblavy, Miroslav; Sicakova, Emilia

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Corporate Editor INEKO - Institute for Economic and Social Reforms
Abstract The Slovak Republic faces the task to secure conditions for a long-term economic growth. A crucial precondition for an efficient implementation of economic measures is the knowledge of the status quo and of the impacts on the economy and the society as a whole to be expected from the relevant measures. Foreign experience with economic policies can only adopted when adjusted to the conditions of Slovak's economy, and attention has be paid to both short-term and long-term prospects of the economic and social development. To be implemented, many economic measures require acceptance on the part of the public, and this requires, among other things, direct involvement of the citizens in economic processes.
Keywords public sector; economic policy; transformation; Slovakia; economic growth; social effects
Classification Economic Policy
Method applied research
Document language English
Publication Year 2002
Publisher Robert Vico Publ. House
City Bratislava
Page/Pages 80 p.
ISBN 80-89041-42-6
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications