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Markets and People ; The Czech Reform Experience in a Comparative Perspective

By: Language: English Publication details: Aldershot, Brookfield USA, Hong Kong : Avebury 1996Edition: 1. EdDescription: xvii, 294 ppISBN:
  • 1-85972-406-X
Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Figures and tables; Acknowledgements; Preface; List of abbreviations; Introduction: Introduction. Setting up the framework; Labour market and earnings: The emergent labour market and new job opportunities; Changing earnings distribution; Income distribution and poverty: Inequality in household income; Changes in the rate and types of poverty; Households as consumers and capitalists: Changing family expenditures and housing; Privatization and financial markets; Escaping from socialist paternalism: New hardships and the coping strategies of households; Social policy reform; Economic reform and political behaviour: Perceptions of reforms and personal situation; Economic hardship and political attitudes; Conclusion: Conclusion. An open-end story; Bibliography; Data sources; Statistical methods; Name index;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 16129-A Available IHS101129105

from the Table of Contents: Figures and tables; Acknowledgements; Preface; List of abbreviations; Introduction: Introduction. Setting up the framework; Labour market and earnings: The emergent labour market and new job opportunities; Changing earnings distribution; Income distribution and poverty: Inequality in household income; Changes in the rate and types of poverty; Households as consumers and capitalists: Changing family expenditures and housing; Privatization and financial markets; Escaping from socialist paternalism: New hardships and the coping strategies of households; Social policy reform; Economic reform and political behaviour: Perceptions of reforms and personal situation; Economic hardship and political attitudes; Conclusion: Conclusion. An open-end story; Bibliography; Data sources; Statistical methods; Name index;

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