This book presents the phenomenon of economic nationalism in interwar East-Central Europe and to define its role in the region's development. It analyzes both the intent and the efficacy of nationalist policies and economic protectionism in these regions.
Introduction Part One: Contents Economic Nationalism: Description 1. Theoretical and Research Approaches 2. Economic Nationalism: Overview, Sources, and Causes 3. Directions and Instruments of Economic Nationalism 4. Tentative Conclusions Part Two: Protectionism as a Response to Underdevelopment 5. On Protectionism's Theory and Practice 6. Policy of Protectionism in East and Central Europe: Overview 7. Protectionism in the Region: The Experience of Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Bulgaria 8. Recapitulation and Conclusions 9. Epilogue: Questions for Discussion, Hypotheses, and Summary