Institutions and property rights across time and space: lessons from Eastern Europe and Latin America
Lee Alston and
Chapter 13 in Liberalization and its Consequences, 2000 from Edward Elgar Publishing
The essays in this volume describe, analyse and compare the achievements and the failures of societies that adopted market-based economies within a democratic polity after a long period of communist rule (Russia and Eastern Europe) or military authoritarianism (Latin America). Together, they also trace the rocky course of liberal economic policies over the whole twentieth century.
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