Within the time span of a two-term US presidency, Poland went from an authoritarian one-party country with a faltering centrally deliberate financial system to turn into a comparatively solid multiparty democracy and a industry economic system with one of many maximum GDP development charges in Europe. A significant function of those monetary and political reforms is a excessive fee of access of recent, regionally owned organizations. This e-book makes use of precise monetary and political facts to envision how those new organizations contributed to the Polish transition. The authors try propositions approximately why a few areas have extra new companies than others and the way the good fortune of those new businesses contributed to political constituencies that supported economically liberal events. The booklet concludes via contrasting the Polish with the reports of different transitional international locations.

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