Estonia

Reference work entry
Part of the The Statesman's Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Further Reading

  1. Statistical Office of Estonia. Statistical Yearbook.Google Scholar
  2. Ministry of the Economy. Estonian Economy. AnnualGoogle Scholar
  3. Hood, N., et al., (eds.) Transition in the Baltic States. 1997Google Scholar
  4. Kasekamp, Andres, A History of the Baltic States. 2010CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Kolsto, Pal, National Integration and Violent Conflict in Post-Soviet Societies: The Cases of Estonia and Moldova. 2002Google Scholar
  6. Lieven, A., The Baltic Revolution: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Path to Independence. 2nd ed. 1994Google Scholar
  7. Misiunas, R.-J. and Taagepera, R., The Baltic States: Years of Dependence 1940–1990. 2nd ed. 1993Google Scholar
  8. O’Connor, Kevin, The History of the Baltic States. 2003Google Scholar
  9. Plakans, Andrejs, A Concise History of the Baltic States. 2011Google Scholar
  10. Smith, David J., Purs, Aldis, Pabriks, Artis and Lane, Thomas, (eds.) The Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. 2002Google Scholar
  11. Taagepera, R., Estonia: Return to Independence. 1993Google Scholar
  12. National Statistical Office: Statistical Office of Estonia, Tatari 51, 10134 Tallinn.Google Scholar

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