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Home Browse Books Book details, Markets, States, and Democracy: The Political. Markets, States, and Democracy: The Political Economy of Post-Communist Transformation. Yet, post-Communist transformations have shown that under certain conditions, economic liberalizers are able to gain the upper hand in the political process. In this interdisciplinary volume, eminent scholars offer a cohesive framework for analyzing the forces that bolster or undermine liberalization and pursue four potential scenarios for the future of liberalization in these emerging states.
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Does democracy promote the creation of market economies and robust state institutions? . From a leading scholar of post-communist political and economic development comes a new analysis that applies a familiar insight - economic reforms are less credible when political polarization is severe and policy reversal more likely - to a new and important problem: distinct patterns of economic reform and growth since the fall of Communism in the countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Tim Frye's book provides a major new perspective on the political economy of investment and growth in the countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Markets, States, and Democracy: A Framework for the Analysis of the Political Economy of Post-Communist Transformation. After the revolutions of 1989 and the last gasp of the Communist party's power in Russia, most post-communist regimes proclaimed that they were embarking on a course of economic and democratic shock therapy to transform their societies, economies, and political systems.
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Title of the course Political Economy of Post-Communist Transformation. Title of the Academic Programme Comparative Politics of Eurasia. Type of the course Elective. The course covers such topics as political economy of the Russian state, the oligarchs phenomenon, Putin’s policies towards big business and the role of the state companies in contemporary Russia. Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO). The shadow economy in the USSR. The Perestroika and Gorbachev’s economic reforms. Economic reasons of the collapse of the USSR.