The Hungarian Economy In The 1980s: Reforming The System And Adjusting To External Shocks

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The Hungarian Economy In The 1980s: Reforming The System And Adjusting To External Shocks

Edited by Josef C. Brada and Istvan Dobozi
Jai Press, 1988
277 pp. $35.10
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For over twenty years "reform" has been the hallmark of the Hungarian economy. When there are successes and when there are setbacks, there are always calls for more reform. In this book, a dozen American and Hungarian economists assess various aspects of the record up to the mid-1980s. Their findings are diverse and a few are surprising, but as the American editor Josef Brada remarks, "The future of the reform movement in Hungary appears more secure than does Hungary's ability to establish external balance and domestic economic growth."

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