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The new political economy of emerging Europe

@inproceedings{Csaba2005TheNP,
  title={The new political economy of emerging Europe},
  author={L{\'a}szl{\'o} Csaba},
  year={2005}
}
Teljesen termeszetes, hogy idővel eltűnik az elteres a korabbi szocialista orszagokban vegbemenő melyrehato valtozasok es a valtozasokat magyarazo elmeletek kozott. A magyar kozgazdasz, Csaba Laszlo konyve kitűnő szemleltetese ennek a folyamatnak. Konyve sok informaciot, elmeleti otletet tartalmaz, es szamos, az Uj-Europa előtt allo problemat es kihivast fogalmaz meg, hozzajarulva ezzel a kelet-europai valtozasok melyebb ertelmezesehez felepitesehez. Nyilvanvalo, hogy a The New Political… 
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