Eastern European lessons for the southern Mediterranean
Andre Sapir () and
Georg Zachmann ()
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The economic profiles of southern Mediterranean countries (SMCs) bear some resemblance to those of south-eastern European countries and some former Soviet republics at the beginning of their economic transition in 1990. The SMCs resemble less the former communist countries that joined the European Union in 2004. The SMCs are more advanced in terms of market reforms, but less well equipped with human capital and infrastructure, than the former communist countries...
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Working Paper: Eastern European Lessons for the Southern Mediterranean ? (2011)
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