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University (in Japanese). Sato, K. (2003): Transition into a Market Economy and Pension Reform in Hungary. The Hitotsubashi Review, 129(6): 91-107 (in Japanese). Transition into a Market

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Joyless Market Economy. In: Ben-Ner, A. — Putterman, L. (eds): Economics, Values, and Organizations . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 461–488. Lane R. E

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-4. Holland , S. ( 1975 ): The Socialist Challenge . London : Quartet Books . Holland , S. ( 1987 a): The Market Economy: from Micro to Mesoeconomics . London

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-crisis Growth Slowdown in Emerging Economies and the Role of Structural Reforms . Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies , 7 ( 2 ): 179 – 200 . Statistics South Africa ( 2016 ): Find Statistics . http

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Model. A Cross-region Analysis for the EU-27 Regions . Working Papers, 7/2008, Trento University. Csillik, P. — Tarján, T. (2009): Reconstruction Paths in Europe between 1945–70, Planned and Market Economies

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Nonexperimental Causal Studies . Review of Economics and Statistics , 84 ( 1 ): 151 – 161 . Fraga , A. – Goldfajn , I. – Minella, A. ( 2003 ): Inflation Targeting in Emerging Market

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] Ferge, Zs.(1991): Social Security Systems in the New Democracies of Central and Eastern Europe: Past Legacies and Possible Futures. In: Cornia, G. A. - Sipos, S. (eds): Children and the Transition to the Market Economy. Safety Nets and Social Policies

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. ( 1997 ): Equilibrium Exchange Rates in Transition Economies . IMF Staff Papers, December. Halpern , L. and Wyplosz , Ch. (eds) ( 1998 ): Hungary: Towards a Market Economy . Cambridge

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Irodalom/References 1 Albert, M. (2003) Universities and the Market Economy: The Differential Impact on Knowledge Production in Sociology and Economy . Higher

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. Feldmann , M. ( 2013 ): Varieties of Capitalism and the Estonian Economy: Institutions, Growth and Crisis in a Liberal Market Economy . Communist and Post-Communist Studies , 46 ( 4 ): 493 – 501

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