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 The politics of economic sustainability : Baltic and Visegrad responses to the European economic crisis / [authors: Aldis Austers, Karlis Bukovskis ... et al.] ; edited by Karlis Bukovskis. - Riga : Latvian Institute of International Affairs, c2014. - 185 lpp. : diagr., portr., tab. ; 22 cm. - Bibliogrāfija: 177.-178. lpp. un zemsvītras piezīmēs. - Aprakstīts pēc vāka. . - Autori minēti [4.] lpp.
        Saturs: Introduction: Facing the realities / Karlis Bukovskis – Latvia’s controversial “success story” / Aldis Austers – The politics of reacting to the crisis in Lithuania from 2008-2013: exiting the crisis, entering politics as usual? – Estonian economic, social and political developments in the years of financial crisis and austerity, 2008-2011 / Viljar Veebel – The effects of great recession on Humgary / Zoltan Pogátsa – Economic sustainability in Slovakia / Brian Fabo, Michal Mudroň – The Czech Republic: from supply-side economics to aggressive deficit cutting. And now an expansionary turn? / Juraj Draxler – Poland – a “not-so-complete” success / Michal Rot, Ryszard Petru – Concluding remarks: Stabilisation lessons and their sustanaibility.
        ISBN 9789984583495.
        Austrumeiropa. Baltija. Latvija. Lietuva. Igaunija. Slovākija. Čehija. Polija. Ungārija. Austrumeiropa - Ekonomiskā politika - 1989-. Europe, Eastern - Economic conditions - 1989-. Baltic states - Economic conditions - 1991-. Austrumeiropa - Ekonomiskais stāvoklis - 1989-. Baltija - Ekonomiskā politika - 1991-. Baltija - Ekonomiskais stāvoklis - 1991-.

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