Industrial Economics for Countries in Transition

Industrial Economics for Countries in Transition

By: Philippe R. Scholtes (editor)Hardback

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The problems confronting public authorities in transitional economies are the focus of this work. It explores the long-term prospects for industrial growth, the accumulation of technology and the overall framework of economic restructuring and industrial reform.

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Part 1 General issues on economic reforms and industrial restructuring in transition countries: long-term perspectives on economic reform and industrial restructuring, G.C. Rodrigo; Eastern Europe lessons on economic restructuring - a synthesis of the literature, K. Gatsios; restructuring of public enterprises and privatization, N. Gokgur; institutional support to restructuring - the Treuhandanstalt in Germany, C. Luft; economic reforms, industrial restructuring and multi-agent decision-making, P.R. Scholtes; capital inflows and technology transfers in developing countries, P.R. Scholtes. Part 2 Prospects for industrial development in the Red River Delta (Vietnam) - a case study, P.R. Scholtes and Hai Nguyen Thanh: premises; overall policy, regulatory and institutional framework; resource base and current manufacturing patterns in the Red River Delta; the prospects for manufacturing growth in the Red River Delta - elements of strategic planning; proposals for a programme of action.

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  • publication date: 10/10/1996
  • ISBN13: 9781858985213
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9781858985213
  • weight: 449
  • ISBN10: 1858985218

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