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2015 | nr 24 | 67--90
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On the Economics and the Political Economy of Reforms

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The paper first highlights Olson's contribution to social sciences. Two main dimensions of political regimes are then distinguished. Features of economically successful reforms are defi ned. Next, the situational determinants of market reforms are discussed. Against this background a special case is analyzed: reforms after socialism. Finally, the deterioration of economic systems and their causes are presented. (original abstract)
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67--90
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  • Warsaw School of Economics, Poland; College of Europe, Brugge, Belgium
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