Policy Article

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


  • Glismann
  • H.H.
  • Schrader
  • K.
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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.

Kiel Institute Expert


Key Words

  • Bulgaria
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Hungary
  • Mittel- und Osteuropa
  • Poland
  • Reforms
  • Romania

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