By David Lane (eds.)
This e-book considers points of transformation of former country socialist international locations: social and monetary results; forces within the transformation approach; difficulties of consolidation of the recent regimes;and different situations. It additionally appears to be like at substitute different types of society that will substitute kingdom socialism, relatively country capitalism and industry socialism.
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Accessed 4 December 2006. ebrd/com/country/econo/stats 10 This chart is based on D. Lane, 'Trajectories of Transformation: Theories, Legacies, Outcomes', in D. ), The Legacy of State Socialism and the Future of Transformation (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002), p. 19. ca 12 This index considers government consumption as a proportion of total consumption, the ratio of transfers and subsidies to GDP, the number, composition and share of output by state-operated enterprises, government investment as a share of total investment, the use of price controls, the rates of top marginal tax thresholds, duration and use of military conscription, growth rate of money supply, level of inflation, access to foreign currency bank accounts, exchange rate controls, risk of property confiscation, risk of government cancelling contracts, revenue derived from taxes on international trade, variation on tariff rates, share of 32 The Transformation of State Socialism 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2S 26 27 trade sector covered by non-tariff restrictions, size of the trade sector, percentage of bank deposits held in privately owned banks, share of total domestic credit allocated to the private sector, determination of interest rates by market forces, and access to a country's capital markets by foreign capital.
Similar title and publisher for 2005. IBRD, World Development Report 1996 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), Table 5. David Lane, 'Emerging Varieties of Capitalism in Former State Socialist Societies', Competition and Change, 9, 3 (September 2005) 238-9. These data on health are derived from a section of my article, 'Emerging Varieties of Capitalism', pp. 240-3. World Development Report 2004, pp. 256-7. UNDP Human Development Report 2005, pp. 230-1. org/reports/ global/HDR 2005. Accessed November 2006.
It seems likely that a shift to a Western-type capitalist system is unlikely and that post-state socialist societies will consolidate into 'hybrid' types of regimes. 1 Economic transformation in former state socialist countries (Europe and USSR) 1989, 1995,2000,2006. 21 Averages calculated by author, other data from: EBRD Transition Indicators 2006. WWW/ebrd/com/country/econo/stats. Accessed 4 December 2006 Notes 1 Acknowledgement is made to the Leverhulme Trust which supported the author's research project Transformation of State Socialism, grant F/Ol 034/A.