Start by marking Financial Reform in Central and Eastern Europe as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Particular emphasis is placed on the problem of bad debts owed by companies to banks, and on criteria and options for overcoming this serious problem.
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The introduction of effective, competitive and innovative financial systems will be a key factor in the economic success, or failure, of Central and Eastern Europe.
Date issued: 19 December 2011. In addition to the issues of benefit adequacy and financial sustainability, particular attentions are paid to the need to fight against undeclared work and the importance of social dialogue in the process of pension reform. Tags: old age benefits, pension schemes, social security financing. Regions and countries covered: Europe, Slovakia, Poland, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic.
Central and Eastern Europe since the early 1990s. At various stages of the transition, the reform process encompassed the entire gamut of public finances: the national budget, sub-national finances, extrabudgetary operations, and state-owned financial and non-financial enterprises. For the most part, fiscal reform was a non-linear stop-and-go process – often characterised by backtracking as well – and was uneven across countries.
Successful reform of the. financial sector in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is supporting sustainable economic. 2. In comparison to EU’s New Member States (NMS), financial sector reform has started late. in South-Eastern Europe (SEE). 3 The establishment of a properly working financial sector has. been delayed or jeopardized by a number of adverse developments like war, political. instability, hyperinflation and pyramid schemes in the late 1990s in SEE.
Описание: This book charts the process of financial market reform in Central and Eastern Europe. Topics discussed will include the implications of future EU membership, and the strategies pursued by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. Описание: This book provides a deep insight into the market changes and policy challenges that transition economies have undergone in the last twenty years.