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The divergent political and economic interests of the Central and East European states, the . The notion of 'Central Europe' has always been elusive or ambiguous

The divergent political and economic interests of the Central and East European states, the unconsolidated structures of dialogue across the region, as well as the reproduction of non-transparent and rigid institutional practices at the level of regional intergovernmental organizations seem to be the most important such factors. The notion of 'Central Europe' has always been elusive or ambiguous. This article contends that since 1989 a new definition of what constitutes Central Europe has emerged, based on regional cooperation initiatives among Poland, Hungary and the former Czechoslovakia.

The current economic crisis points out to an even greater need to improve competitiveness

The current economic crisis points out to an even greater need to improve competitiveness. Since 2005, numerous developing countries have succeeded in increasing their competitiveness scores and decreasing the difference relative to advanced countries. The countries of Central and South Eastern Europe, to which Serbia belongs, have recorded an increase in their score by . on average, whereby. the region of South Eastern Europe has achieved poorer results. During the period 2005-2011, Serbia recorded an increase in its score by ., from . 8 to . 8

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Subregional economic cooperation has been an important yet relatively unexplored aspect of the quest by central and eastern European states to make the transition from integration in the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance to full EU membership. Martin Dangerfield provides a comprehensive and in-depth study of what has clearly been the most important initiative in this respect - the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA). He examines the origins, aims, objectives and structure of CEFTA as well as assessing the main results of the cooperation so far.

Martin Dangerfield discusses g in the CEFTA context, the debate over and the CEFTA .

Martin Dangerfield discusses g in the CEFTA context, the debate over and the CEFTA enlargement process. The final part of the book examines the future viability of CEFTA in the context of the process of eastward expansion of the EU.

Book abstract: Subregional economic cooperation has constituted an.

Book abstract: Subregional economic cooperation has constituted an important, yet relatively unexplored, aspect of the quest by central and eastern European states to make the transition from integration in the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance to full EU membership.

Subregional economic cooperation has been an important yet relatively unexplored aspect of the . The Political Economy of CEFTA. Look inside.

Subregional economic cooperation has been an important yet relatively unexplored aspect of the quest by central and eastern European states to make the transition from integration in the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance to full EU membership. fb tw in. Recommend to librarian.

keywords "Central and Eastern Europe, economic cooperation, EU cohesion" .

keywords "Central and Eastern Europe, economic cooperation, EU cohesion", author "Irene McMaster", year "2008" . AU - McMaster, Irene.

The Political Economy of CEFTA. Published March 31, 2001 by Edward Elgar Publishing Central Europe, Eastern Europe. Published March 31, 2001 by Edward Elgar Publishing. Central European Free Trade Agreement (Organization), Economic integration. Central Europe, Eastern Europe.

Finding subregional economic cooperation to be an important but relatively unexplored aspect of the quest by central and eastern European states to achieve membership in the European Union, Dangerfield (contemporary European studies, U. of Wolverhampton) looks closely at its most important initiative, the Central European Free Trade Agreement. He examines its origins, aims, objectives, and structure. He also assesses the main results of the cooperation so far. Among his topics is the future viability of the Agreement as the Union steamrolls east. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Subregional Economic Cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe: The Political Economy of Cefta download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Martin Dangerfield
ISBN: 1858989000
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (March 31, 2001)
Pages: 208 pages