Pensions reform and privitisation in CEE: opportunities lost

Roger Charlton, Roddy McKinnon

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Abstract

Book Abstract: Central and Eastern Europe present more than a trivial challenge to the Developed Nations of the world as well as to themselves. Will they represent new markets, new sources of low-cost labor, or populations taking every action and avenue conceivable to emigrate to the Developed Nations? Will they be integrated into the Western economies and political structures or lose patience and wrap themselves into defensive postures and pose threats to the Developed Nations? This series is intended to present current analysis of political and economic developments and trends in this crucial part of the world.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCentral and Eastern Europe in Transition, Volume 4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2001

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Keywords

  • pensions reform
  • privitisation
  • Central and Eastern Europe

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Charlton, R., & McKinnon, R. (2001). Pensions reform and privitisation in CEE: opportunities lost. In Central and Eastern Europe in Transition, Volume 4
Charlton, Roger ; McKinnon, Roddy. / Pensions reform and privitisation in CEE: opportunities lost. Central and Eastern Europe in Transition, Volume 4. 2001.
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