Banking Reform in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union
This study analyzes the main requirements placed on Central and Eastern Europe's financial systems during their transition to a market economy. It assesses the financial reforms already carried out in the countries of Central Europe, their adaptations of Western institutional models, and the lessons to be drawn from their experiences for the "second wave" reformers in the former Soviet Union and the Balkans.
About the Author
Economist and politician who served as Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister of Poland.
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