Understanding Market Reforms, Volume 1: Philosophy, Politics and Stakeholders

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During the last twenty-five years there has been a widespread move toward more market-oriented policies and institutions across the developing and former socialist (or current transition) countries, usually in the context of more politically open societies. The most remarkable fact of this movement is that while policies have often been quite similar, results have been very different. This book attempts to lay groundwork for a political economy analysis of understanding what governments did and the variety of outcomes that ...

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