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The Break-up of Czechoslovakia: An In-depth Economic Analysis

Contributor(s): Language: English Publication details: Aldershot, Brookfield, USA, Hong Kong : Avebury 1996Edition: 1. EdDescription: xi, 208 ppISBN:
  • 1-85972-276-8
Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Introduction; Chronology of the Czech and Slovak coexistence in one state (1918-89): The founding of Czechoslovakia and its history between the two World Wars; The break-up of Czechoslovakia in 1938-39 and World War II; The post-war restoration of Czechoslovakia and the period of the centrally planned economy; The process of catching-up of Slovakia with the Czech Lands and its social consequences; Conclusion; Decline of the Czechoslovak Federation (1990-92): The break-up of Czechoslovakia from the political point of view; Economic transformation and a comparative analysis of the Republics' economies; Two issues in the fields of currency and budgets; Privatisation process; Fields of cooperation between the successor Republics of Czechoslovakia: The division of federal property between successor Republics; Short duration of a single currency; Currency separation; Clearing payment system; Czech-Slovak Customs Union; The Czech and Slovak Republics after the break-up of Czechoslovakia: Macroeconomic development; Development of fiscal and monetary policies; Privatisation process;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 15208-A Available IHS100584305

from the Table of Contents: Introduction; Chronology of the Czech and Slovak coexistence in one state (1918-89): The founding of Czechoslovakia and its history between the two World Wars; The break-up of Czechoslovakia in 1938-39 and World War II; The post-war restoration of Czechoslovakia and the period of the centrally planned economy; The process of catching-up of Slovakia with the Czech Lands and its social consequences; Conclusion; Decline of the Czechoslovak Federation (1990-92): The break-up of Czechoslovakia from the political point of view; Economic transformation and a comparative analysis of the Republics' economies; Two issues in the fields of currency and budgets; Privatisation process; Fields of cooperation between the successor Republics of Czechoslovakia: The division of federal property between successor Republics; Short duration of a single currency; Currency separation; Clearing payment system; Czech-Slovak Customs Union; The Czech and Slovak Republics after the break-up of Czechoslovakia: Macroeconomic development; Development of fiscal and monetary policies; Privatisation process;

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