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Challenges of the post communist financial-currency policy
|Statement||authors, Avtandil Silagadse and Micheil Tokmazishvili.|
|Contributions||Silagadse, Avtandil., Tʻokʻmazišvili, M.|
|LC Classifications||HG1495 .S55 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009002416|
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Presents a review of the problems of transformation as well as the results of implementation of the financial-currency policy in the post-communist countries. This title contains characteristics of alternative circumstances of implementation of the financial policy.
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Title: Challenges of the Post-Communist Financial-Currency Policy, [Yr: ] Subject: Economics; Business/Management Publisher: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. The legacies of communist rule, however, did not end in As we show in our book “Communism’s Shadow: Historical Legacies and Contemporary Political Attitudes,” post-communist.
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A fundamental challenge in post-communist economies is that institutional pressures that reflect the logic of capitalism and democracy are exerted on organizations (including firms and government agencies) that were created under communism and to this day are run by managers socialized in that context, resulting in a great deal of continuing tension in organizations in post-communist states.
Post-War Stalinism and the Break with Yugoslavia Maps vii viii x. ix the rise and fall of communism. Glossary and Abbreviations Agitprop – Agitation and Propaganda parties (the highest collective policy-making body in Communist states) POUM – Worker Party of Marxist Unification (Spain).
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The emerging clash between a rising power and the world's dominant one is front and center in a new set of challenges that the Chinese Communist Party faces as it .