Policy Article

On the regulatory situation in the countries of Eastern Europe (in German)

Die Weltwirtschaft, 1991 (2): 95–129

An attempt is made to describe the relevant regulatory framework for domestic and foreign investors, which is subject to constant change, in the Central and Eastern European transition countries: Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Czechoslovakia and Hungary. Taking a snapshot, the comparison of the regulatory situation in the five countries shows that Hungary performs best under the given market economy criteria, followed by Poland and the CSFR.


Hans H. Glismann