Eastern Europe and the New International Economic Order

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Eastern Europe and the New International Economic Order

Edited by Ervin Laszlo and Joel Kurtzman
Pergamon Press (for UNITAR/CEESTEM), 1980
107 pp. $15.00
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Essays by Soviet, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian and Yugoslav economists, mainly presenting their respective governments' views and positions. They do not shed much light on what the Second World would and could really do, other than prod the First, to bring about basic change in favor of the Third.

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