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ISBN 9781138314429
Published September 17, 2018 by Routledge
265 Pages

 
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Published in 1998, this book provides detailed information on the financial markets in selected Central European transitioning economies. The independent countries selected for study in the text are Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. The former East Germany is also include due to its proximity to the above countries and its unique experience in the transition process. Each country's section of the book contains articles written by professionals in the selected country. These individuals are economists, central bankers and/or analysts who have first-hand knowledge of the financial system. Each section details: the development in the banking sector plus the role of the central bank and the government in guiding the economy toward the market system; discuses the emerging capital markets and the ongoing process of privatization; and provides an update of the economic progress toward a market system that has been achieved since 1989.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction, Karen Vorst  2. Polish Monetary Policy in the 1990s: A Bird’s Eye View, Zbigniew Polanski  3. Privatization and Capital Market Development in Poland, Mieczyslaw Pulawski  4. Banking Institutions in Poland, Izabela Rutkowska  5. Economic Progress in Hungary, Karen Vorst  6. The Status and Prospects of the Hungarian Banking System, Katalin Botos  7. The Hungarian Monetary, Erika Voros  8. Macroeconomics Stabilization in the Czech Republic, Jan Frait and Ramji Tamarappoo  9. The Third Wave of Privatization: A Search for True Owners? Eric R. Hake  10. Certain Specific Features of Monetary Police in Czech Republic, Stanislava Janackova  11. Reconstructing of the Banking Sector in Slovakia, Zora Kominkova and Viktoria Muchkova  12. Economic Transition in the Former East Germany, Robert Wagner.

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