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Le rôle économique de l'état dans le post-socialisme : économie publique de la transition

Abstract : When the east-Europe began to reform its economy, many thought that these socialist economy would choose to reduce the public controls, in order to be converted into market economies. Transition has often been presented as a desetatisation process. This thesis presents the opposite conception and presents the transition as a process, which maintains many old structures but also crates new public structures. The economic role of the state doesn't grow weaker in transition, because reforms and emerging markets call for new public interventions, while many old socialist structures stay. State doesn't grow weaker because three machinery are superimposed in period of transition: one is composed by the traditional bureaucracy another deal with the big transformations (privatization and so on...) and one manages the first deficiency of the market. The examples and the application of this thesis are taken from the experiences of transition in Hungary, Poland, ex-Czechoslovakia and ex-Ussr.
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Marie-Pierre Philippe-Dussine. Le rôle économique de l'état dans le post-socialisme : économie publique de la transition. Economies et finances. Université Nancy 2, 1996. Français. ⟨NNT : 1996NAN20006⟩. ⟨tel-01777018⟩



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