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Plans and disequilibria in centrally planned economies

W. Charemza

Plans and disequilibria in centrally planned economies

(empirical investigation for Poland)

by W. Charemza

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Published by North-Holland in Amsterdam, Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic policy -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p171-179. - Includes index.

    StatementWojciech Charemza, Mirosław Gronicki.
    SeriesContributions to economic analysis -- 159
    ContributionsGronicki, Mirosław.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD82
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,187p. ;
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21433439M
    ISBN 100444701001, 072043100X

      Portes, R and Winter, D. The demand for money and for consumption goods in centrally planned economies. Review of Economics and Statistics 59(4): Portes, R. and Winter, D. Disequilibrium estimates for consumption goods markets in centrally planned economies. Review of Economic Studies 47(1): The Cancun Summit and the NIEO Proposals The Cancun Summit and the NIEO Proposals Donges, Juergen B.; Grubel, Herbert G. In Cancun, Mexico, in October the heads of government of some twenty two countries will be meeting to discuss issues that have been raised in what is called the North-South dialogue between developed and developing .

    particular, it covers analytical and policy issues arising from the collapse of the paradigm of development based on import-substituting-industrialization in most developing countries; and the demise of centrally planned economies of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. Downloadable (with restrictions)! [eng] Eastern Europe played little role in the eventa leading to the world economic crisis of the s, but the centrally planned economics (CEPs) could not isolate themselves fully from the consequent disturbances in world commodity and capital markets. We first present a theoretical framework for analysis of macroeconomic adjustment .

    "Modelling parallel markets in centrally planned economies: The case of the automobile market in Poland," European Economic Review, Elsevier, vol. 32(4), pages , April. Charemza, Wojciech, The book would not be about theoretical approaches, but rather seek to place in proper historical context the development efforts, strategies, choices, successes and failures of the different.


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Plans and disequilibria in centrally planned economies: empirical investigation for Poland. [Wojciech Charemza; Mirosław Gronicki].

Charemza, W. and Gronicki, M. () Plans and Disequilibria in Centrally Planned Economies, North-Holland, Amsterdam. Google Scholar Charemza, W. and Kiraly, J. () Plans and exogeneity: The genetic-teleological dispute revisited, Discussion Paper No. 71, Department of Economics, University of by: Charemza, W.

and Gronicki, M. () Plans and Disequilibria in Centrally Planned Economies, () Introduction to models of disequilibrium and shortage in centrally planned economies.

In: Davis C., Charemza W. (eds) Models of Disequilibrium and Shortage in Centrally Planned Economies. International Studies in Economic Modelling. Springer Cited by: 6. The book series Contributions to Economic Analysis was established by North-Holland under the editorship of Jan Tinbergen in Its purpose ever since has been to stimulate the international exchange of scientific information and to reinforce international cooperation by publishing original research in applied economics.

Models of disequilibrium and shortage in centrally planned economies Christopher Davis and Wojciech Charemza, editors Chapman and Hall, London and New York,pp. Plans and Disequilibria in Centrally Planned Economies: Empirical Investigations for Poland (ISSN) by W.

Charemza, M. Gronicki, Miroslaw Gronicki. Product Type: Book Edition: 1 Volume: First Published: eBook: Macroeconomic disequilibria in centrally planned economies: Identifiability of econometric models based on the theory of household behavior under quantity constraints Article Mar 'Plans and Disequilibria in Centrally Planned Economies.

Empirical Investigations for Poland' (with W. Charemza and Leon Podkaminer), Journal of Economics - Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, Vol. 52, No. 2,pp. 'The stabilization plan for Poland', Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter, No.

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() On the Adjustment of Centrally Planned Economies to Cited by: 2. 'Plans and Disequilibria in Centrally Planned Economies. Empirical Investigations for Poland' (with W.

Charemza and Leon Podkaminer), Journal of Economics - Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, Vol. 52, No. 2,pp. To a significant degree, the limited development of monetary and credit institutions in centrally-planned economies can be attributed to restrictions placed upon property rights in such economies.

During the s, banks in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe shifted away from special purpose lending toward loans on turnover. With M. Gronicki: Plans and disequilibria in centrally planned economies (Empirical investigation for Poland), North-Holland, Amsterdam, (series: Contributions to economic analysis, No.

Chapters in edited volumes. With M. Blangiewicz: 'Evolutionary economic reform and policy issues: a structural VAR approach', in (K. Poznanski, ed.). pact on the economies. Discusses problems re-formers still face in attempting to deepen reform. Adam is Professor of Economics at the University of Calgary.

Bibliography; index. CHAREMZA, WOJCIECH AND GRONICKI, MIROSLAW. Plans and disequilibria in centrally planned econo-mies (Empirical investigation for Poland). Contri. compare - Plans and Disequilibria in Centrally Planned Economies: Empirical Investigation for Poland (Contributions to Economic Analysis) (Charemza, Wojciech) () ISBN: - Some may have high-lighting or writings, some are.

Completely updated, the seventh edition reflects the sweeping changes that continue to reshape the international arena. It offers solid, contemporary coverage of political and economic relations, economic polarization in developing nations, and the roots of economic decline in centrally planned economies.

That book was illegally and unofficially translated in my country in the s. contained the main policies needed for the liquidation of the institution of the centrally planned economy, not.

1) as well as?how was it possible that the system survived for forty years. Steiner rightfully claims that, just by observing the end result of the economic development in the GDR, we cannot be confident that the system of the centrally planned economy, in and of itself, was the key reason for the failure of East Germany.

Centrally planned economies in transition have focused on fiscal reform as a necessary ingredient of their transition to market economies. To this end, they have initiated large-scale tax reforms while reducing the burden of taxation to encourage greater financial autonomy for enterprises and to avoid stifling the newly emerging private sector.

The value of money--a function that modern economic systems entrust to a central planning committee--has sent false signals to the whole economy, and like the "planning errors" familiar from the centrally planned economies of the past, wrong investments have taken place at a formidable scale.ALCHIAN, A.A.

«Corporate Management and Property Rights», in Economic Policy and the Regulation of Corporate Securities, American Enterprise Institute, Washington D.C.,pp. ss. ALCHIAN, A.A.

e ALLEN, W.R., University Economics: Elements of Inquiry, Wadsworth Publishing, Belmont, Califórnia, terceira edição, A´LVAREZ, V.A., «”El Camino hacia la .The collapse of central economic planning in many countries and the breakup of the Soviet Union have put into disarray systems of government revenues and expenditures in those countries.

This collection of 16 papers, edited by Vito Tanzi, analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of fiscal policies under the old system of central planning and suggests ways to revitalize those policies .