Corruption and poor macroeconomic performance are the lowest common denominators of Balkan economies. But each also has its own spectacular failures, from inherited debt to natural-resource endowment. by Julia Gray Balkan Reconstruction Edited by Thanos Veremis and Daniel Dainau Frank Cass, London, 2001. 218 pages. Balkan Reconstruction: Economic Aspects Edited by Vladimir Gligorov Vienna Institute […]

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