Privatization in Rural Eastern Europe: The Process of Restitution and Restructuring.  
  [SERIES]: Studies of Communism in Transition.  

Author Turnock, David [Ed.] / Hall, Derek; Carter, Frank; Bicik, I. & Götz, A.; Wilson, O.; Varga, Zs.; Gorz, B. & Kurek, W.; Vriser, Igor; et al.
Place of Publication Cheltenham / Northampton
Publication Name Edward Elgar
Year 1998
Language(s) English
RARE collection of papers on the major challenges facing East European countries in their transition from Communism to free market, and the creation and maintenance of jobs in the agricultural sector. [CONTENTS]: 1.Introduction - David Turnock; 2.Albania - Derek Hall; 3.Bulgaria - Frank W.Carter; 4.Czech Republic - Ivan Bicik & Antonin Götz; 5.East Germany - Olivia Wilson; 6.Hungary - Zsuzsanna Varga; 7.Poland - Bronislaw Gorz & Wlodzimierz Kurek; 8.Romania - David Turnock; 9.Slovakia - Vladimir Drgona, Alena Dubcova & Hilda Kramarekova; 10.Slovenia - Igor Vriser; Aspects of Farm Diversification - Floarea Bordanc, Stanislaw Grykien, Nicolae Musica & D.Turnock; 12.Conclusion - David Turnock. Contains an index. 240x160 mm. XVIII+427 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket slightly yellowing. Cover corners slightly bumped. Spine edges bumped. Pages slightly yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book, invaluable to academics with an interest in agricultural and transitional economics as well as to businessmen interested in East European agriculture, food processing and farm machinery, is in good condition.
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Catalog Index Number AR 1006 004

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