Development and Inequality in the Market Economy

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Building Capitalism and Democracy in Postcommunist Europe
Mitchell A. Orenstein
A comprehensive parallel study of two critical East-Central European transition economies
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The purpose of this series is to encourage and foster analytic and policy-oriented work on market-based reform in developing and post-socialist countries. Special attention will be devoted in the series to exploring the effects of free market policies on social inequality and sustainable growth and development.

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Development and Inequality in the Market Economy

The purpose of this series is to encourage and foster analytic and policy-oriented work on market-based reform in developing and post-socialist countries. Special attention will be devoted in the series to exploring the effects of free market policies on social inequality and sustainable growth and development.


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Andres Solimano, Country Director at the Latin American and Caribbean Region of the World Bank, Washington, DC

Editorial Board
Alice Amsden, Ellen Swallow Richards Professor of Political Economy, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

Francois Bourguignon, Professor of Economics, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris

William Easterly, Principal Economist, Policy Research Department, World Bank

Patricio Meller, Academic Director of Management and Public Policy, University of Chile, Santiago

Vito Tanzi, Director of Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund

Lance Taylor, Arnhold Professor of International Cooperation and Development, New School for Social Research

Series Editor

Andres Solimano, Country Director at the Latin American and Caribbean Region of the World Bank, Washington, DC

Editorial Board
Alice Amsden, Ellen Swallow Richards Professor of Political Economy, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

Francois Bourguignon, Professor of Economics, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris

William Easterly, Principal Economist, Policy Research Department, World Bank

Patricio Meller, Academic Director of Management and Public Policy, University of Chile, Santiago

Vito Tanzi, Director of Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund

Lance Taylor, Arnhold Professor of International Cooperation and Development, New School for Social Research


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