, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp 216–229 | Cite as

The Reorientation of Transition Countries’ Exports: Changes in Quantity, Quality and Variety

  • Yener Kandogan

Exports from transition countries to market economies have increased considerably since the fall of socialism. The countries of Central and Eastern Europe have generally been more successful in this regard than the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States. There are also considerable differences between countries within both the CEEC and the CIS, however. The following paper uses a variety of measures to determine the factors behind these cross-country differences.


European Union Market Economy Product Category Product Variety Transition Country 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006

Authors and Affiliations

  • Yener Kandogan
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  1. 1.Assistant Professor of Business EconomicsUniversity of Michigan-FlintMichigan-FlintUSA

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