Hungary: A Decade of Economic Reform

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Hungary: A Decade of Economic Reform

Edited by Paul Hare, Hugo Radice and Nigel Swain
Allen & Unwin, 1981
257 pp. $29.95

The most comprehensive and expert description and analysis yet available of Hungary's economy under the New Economic Mechanism adopted in 1968. The authors, some from Hungary and some from the West, cover investment, prices, wage regulation, foreign trade, international industrial cooperation and other matters. They are professional economists who write in the language of their trade, saying relatively little about the political background.

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