In this analytical history of the reform process in Hungary, Gabor Revesz traces the country's efforts to transform a planned economy into a system of market socialism. He covers the assumptions, objectives, political pressures, and limitations that have shaped the reform.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Preface -- Impressions -- The Collapse in 1956 and Before (1945–1956) -- The Decade After the Collapse (1957–1967) -- Reform: The First Years (1968–1972) -- Push for Growth and the Aborted Reform (1972–1978) -- The Decade of Stagnation (1978–1986) -- Toward a Breakthrough? (1987–1988) -- Summary and Outlook
Gabor Revesz is also the author of Hungary and Its Prospects with Eva Ehrlich.