Per Ronnås

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Moldova holds the unenviable distinction of having suffered the largest fall in GDP and living standards among the former socialist countries in Europe. By mid1999 GDP had fallen to less than 30 per cent of its level in 1990, while living standards had plummeted from a situation of relative well-being before independence to one of abject poverty. This(More)
The authors assess a model of urban growth developed by G. S. Tolley, with a focus on "the model's potential contribution towards an improved comprehension of urbanisation in socialist polities. Although previous studies indicate that Tolley's model would seem to fit developments in China and that of other Soviet-type economies in a rather congenial(More)
Economic growth in Cambodia came to an abrupt halt in 1997 as the home made political crisis and the external financial crisis took their toll. However, Cambodia has been comparatively mildly affected by the Asian crisis and provided that political stability can be achieved there are good chances that the economic decline in 1997 will become little more(More)
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