After gears of dominance by universal models of social and economic reform in debates on the post-communist transition, a new theory is gaining prominence by debunking the very foundations of reform policies to date: According to institutionalism, it is no wonder that the reformers’ mantra – democracy, civil society, market economy – has not produced […]

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