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  • ISBN 0789016362
  • ISBN13 978-0789016362
  • Language English
  • Author Bruno Sergi
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (September 24, 2003)
  • Pages 252
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  • Category Business
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  • Size ePub 1451 kb
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Learn more about the transitional economies of Central and Eastern Europe! 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-governments”—Pigouvian, Partizan, and Paternalistic—and 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: regional comparative macroeconomics the aftereffects of the Washington Consensus integration of Eastern and Western European economies interrelations between national and regional monetary activity political and economic policy reform involvement of European Union member countries We are living in historic times, and Economic Dynamics in Transitional Economies will be a welcome guide to the rough roads ahead. This thorough assessment of current political and economic realities will stimulate debate about new European paradigms, the role of the European Union, and the difficulties of post-Communist transition. These issues promise to be vital to the region’s success in the new century.

This book examines the economic dynamics of Central and Eastern European post-Communist countries

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. 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.

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book by Bruno S. Learn more about the transitional economies of Central and Eastern Europe This book examines the economic dynamics of Central and Eastern European post-Communist countries.

This book examines the economic dynamics of Central and Eastern European post-Communist countries. We are living in historic times, and Economic Dynamics in Transitional Economies will be a welcome guide to the rough roads ahead. This thorough assessment of current political and economic realities will stimulate debate about new European paradigms, the role of the European Union, and the difficulties of post-Communist transition.

Sergi, Bruno S. Format: Book. Locational tournaments in the context of the EU competitive environment a new institutional economics approach to foreign direct investment policy competition between governments in Europe, by: Dreyhaupt, Stephan J. Published: (2006). Published: New York : International Business Press, an imprint of the Haworth Press, c2003. Winners and losers in EU integration Policy issues for Central and Eastern Europe. The eastern enlargement of the Eurozone Published: (2006).

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This paper analyses whether EU enlargement contributed to economic growth and real convergence in. .The last part of the paper develops possible scenarios of the real convergence of the CEE countries towards the EU-15.

This paper analyses whether EU enlargement contributed to economic growth and real convergence in the ten new member countries from Central and Eastern. In this paper, we aim to check whether the EU enlargement contributed to economic growth of ten new member countries from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE-10), including their real convergence towards the EU-15 development level.

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Jaberini
I can confidently recommend that you regard Bruno S. Sergi as a true expert in his field and his book Economic Dynamics in Transitional Economies as a necessary reference to understanding the EEC, EU and its candidate countries. It is an informative road map of the past, present and future paths to a global economy.

Sergi enlightens us with important explanations which define the differences between the Western and Eastern club's economies and the related social perspectives and politics. This book clearly explains the how and why's of Central and Eastern economic inefficiencies and what developments have occurred and still need to in such transitional economies.
It offers concrete investment strategies and insight with examples of backward-looking investment choices prevalent among those not as forward-thinking as Sergi, who prefer to restructure enterprises that were only successful in a past distorted economy.
It is truly one of the most extensive research references I have seen on the economies of Central and Eastern Europe as well as the future for the EU. The constantly changing scenes of the EU becomes a confusing commotion of combined national perspectives, regulations and recommendations, but Sergi's book helps clarify critical points of interest regarding the impact on both sides come this May 2004. Additionally, he helps answer a contemporary prodding question of when the economic transition will be over for the Eastern club and perhaps more appropriately, when the 1st part of the transformation process will end.
I regard it as a must have for all MBA's studying International Business and a definite recommendation for all involved or concerned with global current events.
Sergi is brave enough to stray from popular economists who deliver what we want to hear in exchange for what we need to know by throwing a temporarily unfavorable light on the existing reality for post-communist countries, yet suggesting economic methods to aid them in leaving the Western club's shadow. Sergi wisely points out that short-term solutions usually have short-term effects. We know all business schools support thinking "outside of the box", and Sergi does just this by forecasting long-term economic effects of applications necessary for long-term benefits across what he defines as the `4 P-governments'.
Sergi can not only speak from painfully in-depth research, but also from his own actual related international experience to support his sound and worthy of adoption theories. Overall, this book is easy to digest yet provides great benefits for understanding global economics in Central and Eastern Europe and its impact on the EU and the World.
- Lisa Marie Bochneak, MBA, Instructor, Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management, Warsaw Poland
ZEr0
In this book, Dr.Bruno Sergi has written a dynamic and elequant call for a new consensus called "The Brussels Consensus". The publication of the book could not have come at a better time. The "Washington Consensus" has lost much credibility in many parts of the world. Dr. Sergi's "...Brussels Consensus" greatly improves upon the failures of Washington.
Dr. Sergi carefully and precisely calls for specific and active state directed policy which puts economic transition in Europe in a new dimension. Specifically, under the E.U. dimension, development under the new "....Brussels Consensus", consists of activist state policies based upon assumtions given the world by Keynes, Schumpeter and supply side beliefs. This more responsible analysis of supply side theory and practice is a must read for all policy makers at the cabinet and ministerial level. The public and classroom audience will find that policy writing under Dr. Sergi is quite interesting indeed. A must read for all.
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