In his recent book about labor markets, economist Nicholas Ban presents several views that take into account the historical, political, and social – as well as economic – context of this crucial phase of Eastern Europe’s postcommunist history by F. BROWN ONE OF THE WEIGHTIest problems attending the transition of the former socialist countries to […]

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