2 edition of The internationalization of finance and defense in postcommunist Poland found in the catalog.
The internationalization of finance and defense in postcommunist Poland
|Series||EUI working paper -- no.2003/2, European Forum series (Unnumbered)|
|Contributions||Robert Schuman Centre., European Forum (European University Institute), European University Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
Democratization in Postcommunist Europe: Illiberal Regimes and the Leverage of International Actors* by Milada Anna Vachudova University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [email protected] Abstract The European Union (EU) may be presiding over the most successful democracy promotion program ever implemented by an international actor. Get more information about 'Communist and Post-Communist Studies'. Check the Author information pack on lapachecachica.com
She draws this conclusion by comparing the effects of international institutions on four countries (Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Ukraine) in four areas: achieving an independent central bank, internationalizing the banking system, promoting civilian control over the military, and broadening defense planning beyond narrow national lapachecachica.com: Robert Legvold. Search Catalogue. Search within. Advanced Search Browse Search. Catalogue. Books Book In. UTL at Downsview. May be requested. ZZ EME Browse Shelf. Options. The internationalization of finance and defense in postcommunist Poland / Rachel Epstein. San Domenico (FI), Italy: European University Institute, c
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Get this from a library. The internationalization of finance and defense in postcommunist Poland. [Rachel Epstein]. The post-war internationalization and globalization of production, finance and exchange has not been matched by a corresponding internationalization of political authority, especially with regard.
Rachel Epstein, "The Internationalization of Finance and Defense in Postcommunist Poland," EUI-RSCAS Working Papers 2, European University Institute (EUI), Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies (RSCAS). Handle: RePEc:erp:euirsc:p Within the group of CEECs, Poland is of special interest, because on the one hand, with its 38 million inhabitants, it is the largest CEEC and, on the other hand, Poland had already taken part in.
The Social Context in Conditionality: Internationalizing Finance and Defense in Postcommunist Europe Rachel Epstein Graduate School of International Studies University of Denver () [email protected] Paper submitted for the 10 biennial international EUSA conference, May. This.
Hungary most resembles Poland in terms of both explanatory factors and liberalizing outcomes in the economic sphere. Hungary had for decades had a vibrant democratic opposition to communism, so international institutions had broad access to domestic reform processes in finance and, to a lesser extent, in lapachecachica.com by: The five cases of welfare state reform reviewed in this book show three distinct trajectories and outcomes during the postcommunist decade.
In Poland and Hungary a gradual process of liberalization produced contracted but still relatively extensive and effective welfare states that are characterized by.
moderate welfare effort. The study is based on the dynamic ownership transformation of communist and post-communist Slovenia which has changed from the majority state (social ownership) structure of firms, counting otherwise % of all firms but realizing % of total exports into privatize ownership structure in Cited by: 1.
The diverse ways in which state coercion was used in the battles over societal capital in the building of new tax systems, the book argues, directly influenced the distinctive development of postcommunist economy and society in Poland and Russia.
Jun 29, · About Anatomy of Post-Communist European Defense Institutions Although the West won the Cold War, the continuation of the status quo is not a foregone conclusion. The former Soviet-aligned regions outside of Russia -- Ukraine, Poland, Czech Republic, and others -- sit atop decaying armed forces while Russian behavior has grown more and more.
Finally, the book recounts instances in which conditionality was not required to elicit compliance. In Poland, the mids challenge to CBI was ultimately resolved in favor of international institutional preferences in the absence of conditionality, as was rejection by Solidarity Electoral Action (AWS) of civil territorial defense in Cited by: Anatomy of Post-Communist European Defense Institutions and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
Learn more Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle lapachecachica.com by: 1. ‘This book is a well-researched analysis of the political economy of postcommunist Poland, covering voting patterns from the presidential and parliamentary elections between and It relies on a sophisticated quantitative methodology that success.
The authors of this book, scholars from Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Ukraina, Kirghizia and Poland, seek to answer the question, in what way the Westeuropean and postcommunist countries respond to the challenges posed to them by democratization in Central and Eastern Europe and European constitutional politics and lapachecachica.com: Tadeusz Buksinski.
Abstract. For many outside observers, postcommunist Poland has been recognized as a success story in terms of its transition toward a consolidated democracy. 1 This is not to say that the country’s political life and institutions are a paragon of democratic virtue, but in comparative terms, it has defied critics by its ability to stay on course in the turbulent waters of lapachecachica.com by: 1.
Downloadable. This book assesses the prevailing attitudes of both support and disenchantment among Poles towards transition, in the light of their own experiences. In particular Janice Bell uses statistical indicators on economic well-being, regional voting results and public opinion survey data to analyse the socio-economic influences on patterns of voting behaviour, and finds unemployment to Cited by: 3.
Title: The Military in a Postcommunist Poland Author: Thomas S. Szayna Subject: Examines the evolution of the Polish armed forces since the political changes of mid in Poland. Communist and Post-Communist Studies is an international journal covering all communist and post-communist states and communist movements, including both their domestic policies and their international relations.
It is focused on the analysis of historical as well as current developments in the communist and post-communist world, including. very much both actively and passively evident in European post-communist defense institutions.
In consequence of their continued utilization, it will be argued in the conclusion that absent systematic efforts to expose and challenge the legiti-macy of existing legacy concepts (and their accompanying. International Trade and Environmental Policy in the Postcommunist World Liliana Andonova Colby College, Waterville, Maine Edward D.
Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Helen V. Milner Princeton University, New Jersey This article examines. In which of the following ways do postcommunist success stories like Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic differ from countries with less successful records like Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Serbia?
They have a greater precommunist history of healthy civil society.As defense industry pressure mounts, the government will intervene to modify the impact of its cut-backs.
The author expects that both governments will employ a variety of means to assist struggling The Economy of Arms Exports in Poland and the CSFR 91 defense lapachecachica.com by: 2.A recent setback for European Union integration was: a) difficulties with the Euro b) its public rejection of membership for Poland and the Baltic States c) its brief war with Serbia d) its public rejection of a unified military e) the exit of Iceland and Greece.