Recent Submissions

  • Transition to What? 

    Lines, Thomas (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries This article examines the development of monetary policy in Russia since prices were liberalised in 1992. It traces events from the monetary overhang which preceded that step, through sharp inflation and the ...
  • Five Years of Reform: 

    Unknown author (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries This article examines the development of monetary policy in Russia since prices were liberalised in 1992. It traces events from the monetary overhang which preceded that step, through sharp inflation and the ...
  • The Price of Failure: 

    Lines, Thomas (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries This article examines the development of monetary policy in Russia since prices were liberalised in 1992. It traces events from the monetary overhang which preceded that step, through sharp inflation and the ...
  • Survival and Growth in Kazakstan: 

    Azad, Taraneh; Boysan, Kadir (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries This article assesses the recent developments in the enterprise sector in Kazakstan by analysing two enterprises there: one enterprise set up during the Soviet era and recently privatised, and a new enterprise ...
  • Sputnik Enterprises: 

    Couderc, Marie?Laure; Franceschi, Vittorio (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries Russian scientific and technical capacities under socialism were mainly concentrated in academic research institutes. Their human and incorporated assets are now threatened by two factors: lack of resources, ...
  • Legal Preconditions for Contractual Relations in the Transition to a Market Economy: 

    Dragneva, Rilka (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries This article examines the process of transformation of the legal framework of contractual relationships in transition economies by looking at the case of Bulgaria in the period 1990–97. The aim is to throw light ...
  • Tiger Cubs at the Crossroads: 

    Bezanson, Keith A. (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries Since the 1970s, Vietnam has been moving from a centrally planned to an open economy on a step?by?step basis. A premium is now being accorded by national policymakers to a new national science and technology ...
  • Does Social Capital Matter? 

    Holland, Jenny (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries The role of social capital has come to the fore in recent development analysis in which the level of institutional capacity and consequent level o economic development depends on the amount of social capital ...
  • Young Entrepreneurs in East?Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union 

    Roberts, Ken; Tholen, Jochen (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries This article arises from interviews in 1996 and 1997 with 550 under?30?year?old entrepreneurs in seven former communist countries, three in the Commonwealth of Independent States (Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine) ...
  • Transition in kyrgyzstan: 

    Howell, Jude (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries This article attempts to move away from macrolevel analyses and descriptions of the process of transition. It thus not only explores the social effects of transition in Kyrgyzstan in three distinct local contexts, ...
  • The Media and Transition in Macedonia 

    Babunski, Klime (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)
    Summaries In Macedonia, the media scene today, compared with five or six years ago, has a completely new structure. On the part of the print media private capital dominates, and on the part of broadcasting there are private ...
  • Review Books Received 

    Unknown author (Institute of Development Studies, 01/07/1998)