Policy Article

The Central and Eastern European countries as a business location (in German)


  • Heitger
  • B.
  • Schrader
  • K.
  • Bode
  • E.
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The authors examine the extent to which the Central and Eastern European countries Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Czechoslovakia and Hungary have succeeded in paving the way for a market-based order and integration into the international division of labor.

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Key Words

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

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