New Europe is a rhetorical term used by some analysts to describe
European post-communist transition success stories. The term
implies their recent return to European, or more precisely Western
civilization, but suggests - given their (forced) communist detour
- that there is no single Pan-European identity in the EU. This
book examines the nations that make up the so-called New-Europe
(those that joined the European Union in 2004) to look at the
economic competitiveness in comparison with each other and the rest
of Europe. The editor - a leading scholar on transition economics -
draws together contributions from a wide range of contributors to
look at this important issue. These essays stress the interaction
between successful transition measures creating an encouraging,
more transparent, liberal (i.e. free market) environment on the one
hand and the inflow of foreign investors encouraged by that
environment on the other.
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