The Czech Republic continues to have far lower unemployment than other countries in Central and Eastern Europe. The country’s admirers attribute that accomplishment to sound macroeconomic policy and proactive measures, but skeptics say it is largely the result of excessive caution on the part of the privatization authorities and privatized firms by DANIEL MUNICH and […]

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