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The Socialist SystemThe Political Economy of Communism$

Janos Kornai

Print publication date: 1992

Print ISBN-13: 9780198287766

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198287763.001.0001

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Bibliography on Postsocialist Transition

Bibliography on Postsocialist Transition

Source:
The Socialist System
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

The works listed in this bibliography, with a few exceptions, are not referred to specifically in the book. Nor was it possible to compile a full list. The selection had to be an arbitrary one because the book went to press only a very short time after the political turning point of 1989–90 in Eastern Europe.

The list is confined to works in English.

Allison, G., and G. Yavlinsky, eds. 1991. “Window of Opportunity: Joint Program for Western Cooperation in the Soviet Transformation to Democracy and the Market Economy.” Cambridge: Joint Working Group of Harvard University, and Moscow: Center for Economic and Political Research. Manuscript.

Berg, Andrew, and Jeffrey Sachs. 1991. “Macroeconomic Adjustment and International Trade in Eastern Europe: The Case of Poland.” Cambridge: Department of Economics, Harvard University. Manuscript.

Blanchard, Olivier, et al. 1991. Reform in Eastern Europe. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Blue Ribbon Commission. 1990. “Action Program for Hungary in Transformation to Freedom and Prosperity.” Manuscript.

Charap, Joshua, and Karel Dyba. 1991. “Transition to a Market Economy: The Case of Czechoslovakia,” European Economic Review, April, 35 (2–3), pp. 581–90.

Collier, Irwin L., and Horst Siebert. 1991. “The Economic Integration of PostWall Germany,” American Economic Review, May, 81 (2), pp. 196–201.

Collins, Susan M., and Dani Rodrik. 1991. Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union in the World Economy. Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics.

Dhanji, Farid. 1991. “Transformation Programs: Content and Sequencing,” American Economic Review, May, 81 (2), pp. 323–28.

Dornbusch, Rudiger. 1990a. “Economic Reform in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union: Priorities and Strategy.” Cambridge: MIT, November. Manuscript.

——. 1990b. “Priorities of Economic Reform in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.” CEPR Occasional Paper, no. 5. London: Centre for Economic Policy Research.

Dyba, Karel, and Jan Svejnar. “Czechoslovakia: Recent Economic Developments and Prospects,” American Economic Review, May, 81 (2), pp. 185–90.

Fischer, Stanley. 1991. “Privatization in East European Transformation.” Working Paper 3703. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research.

(p.628) Fischer, Stanley, and Alan Gelb. 1990. “Issues in Socialist Economy Reform.” Working Paper WPS 565. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Freeman, Richard B. 1992. “Getting Here from There: Labor in the Transition to a Market Economy, in Bertram Silverman, Robert Vogt, and Murray Yanowitch, eds., Labor and Democracy in the Transition to a Market Economy: U.S. and Soviet Perspectives. White Plains, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1992.

Frydman, R., and A. Rapaczynski. 1990. “Markets and Institutions in Large Scale Privatizations.” Economic Research Report 90–420. New York: New York University.

Grosfeld, Irena. 1991. “Privatization of State Enterprises in Eastern Europe: The Search for a Market Environment,” East European Politics and Society, Winter, 5 (1), pp. 142–61.

Hare, Paul, and Irena Grosfeld. 1991. “Privatization in Hungary, Poland and Czechoslovakia,” Discussion Paper Series, no. 544. London: Centre for Economic Policy Research.

Havrylyshyn, Oleh, and David Tarr. 1991. “Trade Liberalization and the Transition to a Market Economy,” Working Paper WPS 700. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Hewett, Ed. A. 1990–91. “The New Soviet Plan,” Foreign Affairs, Winter, 70 (5), pp. 146–67.

Hinds, M. 1990. “Issues in the Introduction of Market Forces in Eastern European Socialist Countries.” Internal Discussion Paper, Report No. IDP‐0057. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Holzmann, Robert. 1991. “Budgetary Subsidies in Centrally Planned Economies in Transition,” Working Paper 91/11. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund.

International Monetary Fund, IBRD, OECD, EBRD. 1990. “The Economy of the USSR: Summary and Recommendations,” study undertaken in response to a request by the Houston Summit, Washington, D.C.

Jasinski, Piotr. 1990. “Two Models of Privatization in Poland. A Critical Assessment,” Communist Economies, Fall, 2 (3), pp. 373–401.

Kawalec, Stefan. 1990. “Employee Ownership, State Treasury Ownership: Dubious Solutions,” Communist Economies, Spring, 2 (1) pp. 83–93.

Klaus, Vacláv. 1990. “A Perspective on Economic Transition in Czechoslovakia and Eastern Europe,” The World Bank Economic Review, pp. 13–18.

Kolodko, Grzegorz W. 1991. “Transition from Socialism and Stabilization Policies: The Polish Experience,” Rivista di Economica Politica, forthcoming.

Kopits, George. 1990. “Fiscal Reform in European Economies in Transition.” Working Paper 91/43. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund, July.

Kornai, János. 1992. “The Principles of Privatization in Eastern Europe,” De Economist, 140, forthcoming.

——. 1990. The Road to a Free Economy. Shifting from a Socialist System: The Example of Hungary. New York: W. W. Norton.

Lewandowski, Janusz, and J. Szomburg. 1989. “Property Reform as a Basis for Social and Economic Reform,” Communist Economies, 1 (3), pp. 257–68.

(p.629) Lipton, David, and Jeffrey Sachs. 1990. “Creating a Market Economy in Eastern Europe: The Case of Poland,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (1), pp. 75–133.

——. 1990. “Privatization in Eastern Europe: The Case of Poland,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (2), pp. 293–333.

McKinnon, Ronald. 1990. “Stabilising the Ruble,” Communist Economies, 2 (2), pp. 131–42.

——. 1991. The Order of Economic Liberalization: Financial Control in the Transition to a Market Economy. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Ministry of Finance, Hungary. 1991a. “Experiences of and Further Steps in the Tax Reform,” in Public Finance in Hungary, Budapest.

——. 1991b. “State Budget,” in Public Finance in Hungary. Budapest.

Móra, Mária. 1990. “Changes in the Structure and Ownership Form of State Enterprises, 1987–1990,” Economic Papers. Budapest: Economic Research Institute.

Murrel, Peter. 1990. “An Evolutionary Perspective on Reform of the Eastern European Economies.” College Park: University of Maryland. Manuscript.

Murrell, Peter, and Mancur Olson. 1991. “Devolution of Centrally Planned Economies,” Journal of Comparative Economics, 15 (2), 239–65.

Nuti, Domenico Mario. 1990a. “Privatization of Socialist Economies: General Issues and the Polish Case.” Verona: Association for Comparative Economic Studies, September. Manuscript.

——. 1990b. “Stabilization and Reform Sequencing in the Reform of Socialist Economies.” Paper presented at EDI seminar, March.

Peck, Merton J., and Thomas J. Richardson. 1991. What is to be Done? New Haven: Yale University Press.

Portes, Richard. 1990. “The European Community and Eastern Europe after 1992,” CEPR Occasional Paper, no. 3. London: Centre for Economic Policy Research.

Schaffer, Mark E. 1990. “On the Use of Pension Funds in the Privatization of Polish State‐Owned Enterprises.” London: London School of Economics. Manuscript.

Shiller, Robert J., Maxim Boycko, and Vladimir Korobov. 1991. “Popular Attitudes toward Free Markets: The Soviet Union and the United States Compared,” American Economic Review, June, 81 (3), pp. 385–400.

Siebert, Horst. 1991. “The Integration of Germany,” European Economic Review, April, 35 (2–3), pp. 591–602.

Stark, David. 1990. “Privatization in Hungary: From Plan to Market or from Plan to Clan?” East European Politics and Societies, 4 (3), pp. 351–92.

Tirole, Jean. 1991. “Privatization in Eastern Europe: Incentives and the Economics of Transition,” 1991 NBER Macroeconomics Annual, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Triska, Dusan. 1990. “Privatization in Post‐Communist Czechoslovakia,” Stockholm, October. Manuscript.

Voszka Éva. 1991. “Tulajdonreform vagy privatizáció” (Reform of ownership or privatization), Közgazdasági Szemle, February, 38 (2), pp. 117–33.

(p.630) Williamson, John. 1991a. The Economic Opening of Eastern Europe. Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics.

——. 1991b. Currency Convertibility in Eastern Europe. Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics.

Winiecki, Jan. 1990. “Post‐Soviet‐Type Economies in Transition: What Have We Learned from the Polish Transition Programme in its First Year?” Welt‐wirtschaftliches Archiv, 126 (4), 765–90.

Working Group formed by a joint decision of Mikhail S. Gorbachev and Boris N. Yeltsin. 1990. “Transition to the Market. Part 1. The Concept and Program” (The Shatalin Plan). Moscow, Avkhanagel'skoe: Cultural Initiative Foundation, August.