The choice of dilemmas in Hungary's transition: Westernization or latin americanization?
Erzsébet Kovács () and
International Advances in Economic Research, 1999, vol. 5, issue 1, 16-23
This paper deals with Hungary on the basis of selected characteristics regarding European Union accession conditions. In most cases, there are no exact criteria which must be fulfilled. Therefore, the difference between the real and expected levels of performance cannot be measured. The chances for stabilization and growth, reintegration, or periphery are under investigation. This statistical analysis concentrates on the similarity between members of the European Union (and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) and new applicants. The structural similarity and closeness can statistically prove economic success or failure. Copyright International Atlantic Economic Society 1999
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