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Title De-monopolization and competition policy in post-communist economies / edited by Ben Slay.

Published Boulder, CO : Westview Press, 1996.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  338.947 DEMO {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description pages cm
Notes Includes index.
Contents 1. From Monopoly Socialism to Market Capitalism / Ben Slay -- 2. Competition Policy and De-monopolization in Hungary After 1990 / Adam Torok -- 3. Antimonopoly Policy and Monopoly Regulation in Russia / Vladimir Capelik and Ben Slay -- 4. Antitrust and the Evolution of a Market Economy in Mongolia / William E. Kovacic and Robert S. Thorpe -- 5. Industrial De-monopolization and Competition Policy in Poland / Ben Slay -- 6. Competition Policy for Natural Monopolies in a Developing Market Economy / Janusz A. Ordover, Russell W. Pittman and Paul Clyde -- 7. Natural Monopoly Regulation: A Comparison of Hungarian and Russian Telecommunications / Erik Whitlock -- 8. Post-Communist Competition Policy: Conclusions and Suggestions / Ben Slay.
Summary This interdisciplinary study examines how barriers to the development of competitive markets and competition policy are being overcome in Russia, Poland, Hungary, and Mongolia. A group of U.S., Russian, and East European specialists explores the institutions and programs of competition policy as well as its role in the overall post-Communist transition. Providing a complete, comparative picture of the development of competition policy in a broad cross section of formerly socialist countries, the contributors consider the extent of the post-Communist monopoly problem as well as progress in de-monopolization.
Other author Slay, Ben, 1958-
Subject Privatization -- Europe, Eastern.
Privatization -- Russia (Federation)
Government monopolies -- Europe, Eastern.
Government monopolies -- Russia (Federation)
Post-communism.
ISBN 0813388112 (alk. paper)