Central-Eastern Europe: is It Possible to Go Forward Turning Back?

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Yu. Borko (europe@ieras.ru),
Institute of Europe RAS, 11–3, Mokhovaya str. Moscow, 125009, Russian Federation

Abstract. Review of the books: I. Post-socialist World: results of transformation. Central-Eastern Europe. Vol. I. Ed. N. V. Kulikova (Institute of Economics RAS) St.Petersburg, “Aletheia”, 2017. 428 p. (In Russ.); II. The Eastern turning-point of external economic policy of Central-Eastern European countries under conditions of growing symptoms of crisis in the EU. Ed. I. I. Orlik. Moscow, IE RAS, 2017. 293 p. (In Russ.)

Keywords: Central-Eastern Europe, CEE countries, European Union, Russia, economics, economic transformation, dependent capitalism, turn to the East


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For citation:
Borko Y. Central-Eastern Europe: is It Possible to Go Forward Turning Back?. World Eonomy and International Relations, 2019, vol. 63, No 3, pp. 115-121



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