TRANSITION, DEVELOPMENT-STRUCTURAL SECTOR AND ECONOMIC POLICY
Keywords:transition, developing - structural sector, economic politics
The society change in the Europe (post) socialist countries and into including in the global economy will not reflection to adequacy way for development new model the government regulations for reconfiguration the economic-institutional and macroeconomic milieus to change and development the economic structure.
Economic-institutional solutions and economic policy to be necessary:
- To establish to induce macroeconomics frame to induce the market reengineering existing enterprises in the direction of global economic standards,
- To eliminate distortions to national capital market be organized the enterprises and managers markets,
- To create institutional frames to induce enterprises to create strategy partners coalitions, which to know use what to be left over and take in new markets and commercial-technical know-how for adaptation the existing producer programs the demand of global markets.
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