What might the Soviet Union learn from the OECD countries in economics and politics ? An article from 1991 with some comments from 2005
Jan Tinbergen and
Thomas Colignatus ()
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Thomas Cool: 1991
General Economics and Teaching from University Library of Munich, Germany
When cleaning up my archives I came across a short article of April 1991 co-authored with Jan Tinbergen, on what the Soviet Union might learn from OECD countries in economics and politics. The article apparently never got published, partly since the Soviet Union collapsed in December 1991. Jan Tinbergen died in 1994. Reading the article again in 2005 shows that some arguments still have value. In 2005, an advice, purely my own now, would be that Russia and the other republics of the former Soviet Union apply for membership of the European Union.
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Pages: 13 pages
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