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Partisan Politics in Transition Economies

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Title: Partisan Politics in Transition Economies
Creators: Frye, Timothy
Keywords: post-communist politics
political polarization
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: Partisan Politics in Transition Economies seeks to explain the diversity of politics and economy in 25 post-Communist countries by examining the level of partisan politics. Where either neocommunists or liberals dominate, Frye argues, there is little polarization, and executives can push through pro-business or pro-state policies. Where neocommunists and liberals have roughly equal power, however, there is much more polarization. The book includes surveys of business elites and case studies of Bulgaria, Russia, Poland, and Uzbekistan.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/29414
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