Divergent Paths in Post-Communist Transformation: Capitalism for All or Capitalism for the Few? (Studies in Economic Transition)

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'Oleh Havrylyshyn has produced an outstanding and clear-sighted analytical overview of no less than 27 post-communist countries, essentially covering the former Soviet Bloc in Eurasia and Southeastern Europe... The book is an important contribution and one of the few that attempt to synthesize the voluminous academic literature on most countries and aspects of the transition... [Havrylyshyn] is refreshingly adept at debunking conventional wisdom, making straightforward observations not subdued by political correctness... Havrylyshyn's opus is one of the best books available on post-communist transition' - Anders A...slund, Eurasian Geography and Economics.

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OLEH HAVRYLYSHYN is Deputy Director of HRD at the International Monetary Fund in Washington D.C. USA.

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