2 edition of Economic reform in Yugoslavia. found in the catalog.
Economic reform in Yugoslavia.
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Economic reform in Yugoslavia. Beograd, Secretariat of Information of the Federal Assembly; Prosveta", (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Branko Kostić.
The present study is a complex research in the economic history of Yugoslavia after World War II, revealing and analyzing the regularities of formation of market relations in that country, which had created the first and hitherto only self-managed socialist economy of the by: 1.
Socialist economic development and reforms, from extensive to intensive growth under central planning in the USSR, Eastern Europe and Yugoslavia on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Socialist economic development and reforms, from extensive to intensive growth under central planning in Manufacturer: Macmillan. OCLC Number: Notes: Prevod dela: Zakoni ekonomske reforme u Jugoslaviji. Štampano pretežno dvostubačno.
Speech presented by Ante Marković on results achived and further measures to implement the economic reform programme: str. V-XXIX.
The Economic System and Income Distribution in Yugoslavia. The Economic System and Income Distribution in Yugoslavia book. In this study as in the preceding volume, "Economic Reform and Income Distribution: A Case Study of Hungary and Poland", Henryk Flakierski undertakes a study of the data in order to shed light on this question Cited by: Investment and Property Rights in Yugoslavia: The Long Transition to a Market Economy.
This book was first published Economic reform in Yugoslavia. book For decades Yugoslavia had been developing its own model of socialism. Economic reform in socialist countries: the experiences of China, Hungary, Romania, and Yugoslavia (English) Abstract.
Since the early s, most countries that adopted Soviet-style central planning have attempted to reform this by: 7. Lowinger, Jake, Economic Reform and the “double movement” in Yugoslavia: An analysis of Labor unrest and ethno-nationalism in the s. Charleston (South Carolina, EEUU), ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing,pp.
Despite continuous economic reforms from the early s in Yugoslavia, the basic features of the socialist economic system, as specified by Lavigne (), were retained: party control of the economy; planning in combination with other non-market mechanisms of resource allocation; and collective ownership of the means of production which took the form of social : Milica Uvalić.
Yugoslavia is a mirror for similar economic restructuring programs in not only the developing world but also in the US, Canada and Western Europe. The Yugoslav reforms are the cruel reflection of a destructive economic model pushed to the extreme. © Michel. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilson, Thomas, Economic reform in Yugoslavia.
London, Political and Economic Planning, Although economic growth has been firmly established, many problems remain in relation to the labour markets where there is high unemployment, large informal economies, and widespread poverty. The. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Nonetheless, the Yugoslav authorities were reportedly not content with socio-economic performance following the mids reforms, as they might have perceived them causing what a World Bank mission's report called ‘imbalances in the supply and demand for commodities and financial resources’ (Schrenk et al., ; p.
).Consequently, they sought to roll back the “institutional Cited by: 6. ECONOMIC REFORM, UNEMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR MARKET POLICY IN YUGOSLAVIA by Will Bartlett 1. The Development of the Economic Crisis For many years it has been apparent that the Yugoslav economy has.
6 Political Independence and Economic Reform in Slovenia Boris Pleskovic and Jeffrey D. Sachs With the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, twenty new indepen- dent states have emerged where there were previously two. In each of these new states, there is an urgent agenda, including the creation of state institutions.
- perestroika: economic restructuring - reforms were a little too late; Ethnic unrest (imperialism legacy), threatened to split Soviet Union apart, Poland liberated infollowed by Czechs and Hungary, unification of Germany and fall of communism, unproductive economy. The Breakup of Yugoslavia and the War in Bosnia First Edition (Arkan).
Rogel's history is balanced and lucid, comparing the idealism of the Western powers at Yugoslavia's creation with their "economic and political realism" at its demise.
This useful book fills a niche in a crowded field. Recommended for academic and larger public libraries Cited by: the studies that in this book are dedicated exclusively to the case of Yugoslavia. The “Depolitization” of War and Economic Logic of So-Called New Wars Methodical, theoretical and completely heterogeneous approaches in researching war from the point of view of economics extends, more simply said, to a position in between two opposite Size: KB.
Get this from a library. The effects of economic reform in Yugoslavia: investment & trade policy, [John P Burkett]. It studies the activities of Yugoslavia's regional political and business elites, political groups, and corporations, their reactions to Yugoslav economic policy and their efforts to influence it.
The study contains a detailed analysis of party politics and the manner in which the political process affected economic by: 1.NOTE: The information regarding Yugoslavia (former) on this page is re-published from The Library of Congress Country Studies and the CIA World Factbook.
No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Yugoslavia (former) Reform in the s information contained here.The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was proclaimed on 1 Dec.
In the name was changed to Yugoslavia. During the Second World War Tito’s partisans set up a provisional government (AVNOJ) which was the basis of a Constituent Assembly after the war.
On 29 Nov. Yugoslavia was proclaimed a republic.