Foreign Economic Relations in Eastern Europe’s Transition

  • Jan Stankovsky
Part of the East-West European Economic Interaction book series (EEIIWP)


The East is in a period of transition from a planned to a market economy. The outcome of this process will decide whether the countries of the Second World will join the First or the Third World. Even optimists are not sure that this experiment will succeed.


Direct Foreign Investment Foreign Trade Eastern Country Domestic Economy Commercial Policy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jan Stankovsky
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  1. 1.Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)ViennaAustria

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