Neo-transitional economics / edited by Rustam Jamilov, State Oil Fund of Azerbaijan, Baku, Azerbaijan, Yusaf H. Akbar, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.

Bingley, England : Emerald, 2015.
1 online resource (396 p.)
First edition.
International finance review ; Volume 16.
International Finance Review, 1569-3767 ; Volume 16

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Neo-transitional economics is a policy-oriented collection of contemporary theoretical and empirical research studies on transition countries in the post-crisis paradigm. Topics covered range from monetary and financial economics to international trade and formation of a welfare state.
Front Cover; Neo-Transitional Economics; Copyright page; Acknowledgment (Dedication); Contents; List of Contributors; Part I: General Transition; Introduction to Neo-Transitional Economics; The Importance of Transition Studies and of the Region; From Transition Economies and Transition Economics to Neo-Transitional Economics; Transition versus Emerging Economies; Transition Economics: The Classical Story; Neo-Transitional Economics: New Challenges in a New Paradigm; Governance and Social Order; Macroeconomic Policy; Monetary Policy; Banking and Finance; International Exposure; Summary
Bibliography Neo-Transitional Economies: The Broad Context; Introduction and Outline; Professional Background; An Economic System with Universal Features?; Relationship between Economic and Political Systems Transformation; From Transition to Neo-Transition: A Progress Report; Terminology; China's Economic Growth and Development Model; Key Determining Factors in Sustainable Economic Development for Any Country; Geography; Institutions; Culture; Historical Events and Experiences; Summary and Conclusions; Notes; Acknowledgement; References; Development and Transition in Serbia: Economic Aspects
Introduction Economic Development and Technical Progress; The Concept and Theoretical Foundations of Economic Transition; Main Directions of Economic Development in Serbia; Transition and 'Neo-Transition'; Economic Policy Issues; Economic Growth and Efficiency; Investment, External Conditions and the Globalisation Effect; Serbia and Regional Cooperation in South-East Europe; Conclusion; Notes; References; Appendix; Variables; Note; Data Sources; Further Reading; Part II: Institutions and Governance; Regulatory Evolution, Multinational Firms, and Neo-Transition Economies
Institutional Voids Matter ...Reflecting Two Decades after Transition Begun ...; More on Institutional Voids; Market Strategies, Institutions, and Transition; Competitive Advantage, Best Practice, and Regulatory Convergence; Nonmarket Strategies, Institutions, and Transition; Conclusions and Implications for Understanding the Transition Paradigm; Notes; References; The Neo-Transitional Paradox: Restrictive Capital Regulations, Authoritarian State and Limited Welfare Type of Capitalism Examined in International Context; Introduction
Neo-Transitional Economies at a Glance: Restrictive Capital and Trade Regulations, Limited Degree of Tax Redistribution and Low Social Cohesion Support Theoretical Frameworks for Explaining the Neo-Transitional Outcomes; World System Theory; Commodity Chains and Global Capital; Varieties of Capitalism; Industrialisation and Path Dependence: Bringing the Labour Back in; The 'Resource Curse' and Authoritarian States in the CIS; Conclusions; Notes; Acknowledgements; References; Appendix A; Appendix B; The Role of Corporate Governance in a Transitional Economy; Introduction
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
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Jamilov, Rustam, editor.
Akbar, Yusaf H., editor.