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This book examines the economic dynamics of Central and Eastern European post-Communist countries. It illuminates the paths these countries are taking toward restructuring their markets, increasing international trade, and bettering their connections with the European Union and other countries. Beginning with a comparative analysis of the three P-governmentsPigouvian, Partizan, and Paternalisticand continuing with a discussion of the interrelated political and economic difficulties of transition, author Bruno Sergi proposes a surprising solution. Inspired by the Bruxelles consensus, he proposes that the European Commission should become a fourth P-government, replacing the role formerly played by the Washington consensus in the restructuring of post-Communist economies.
Economic Dynamics in Transitional Economies also explores: