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Former communist countries in East-Central Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Asia have been heading towards capitalism. This book sets their experience against the 'varieties of capitalism' paradigm, which sets out differences between mature market economies. It thereby provides a useful and novel framework for comparing transformation processes and demonstrates how the rather different heritages of the communist and even pre-communist pasts are leading to different kinds of capitalist economies. The book focuses on the former European communist societies but also has chapters on Kazakhstan and China.

Introduction; D.Lane & M.Myant

PART 1: THE 'VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM' AND POST-COMMUNIST COUNTRIES

Post-State Socialism: A Diversity of Capitalisms? D.Lane

Diverging Pathways in Central and Eastern Europe; M.Knell & M.Srholec

PART 2: CONSOLIDATED MARKET ECONOMIES

Estonia and Slovenia as Antipodes; C.Buchen

Eastern Germany's Incorporation into the Federal Republic; R.Schmidt

The Czech Republic: From 'Czech' Capitalism to 'European' Capitalism; M.Myant

Poland and Ukraine: Institutional Structures and Economic Performance; V.Mykhnenko

PART 3: HYBRID ECONOMIES

Russian Political Capitalism and its Environment; P.Hanson & E.Teague

Kazakhstan: A State-Led Liberalized Market Economy? K.Charman

Georgia: Capitalism as Organized Chaos; B.Christophe

The Western Balkans; W.Bartlett

PART 4: STATIST MARKET ECONOMIES

Belarus: Heading towards State Capitalism? J.A.Korosteleva

China's Transformation towards Capitalism; J.L.Wilson


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