Wirtschaftswachstum in Polen versus makroökonomische Stabilität in der Tschechischen Republik - 1990 bis 1996

Piotr Pysz
1997 JEEMS. Journal of East European Management Studies  
This article compares the reform policies persued in Poland and the Czech Republic since 1990. The different results of the system transformation -'economic growth' in the case of Poland and 'macroeconomic stability' in the case of Czechia -are explained by considering the different starting-points and county-specific context-conditions. The comparison of the Polish and the Czech transformation paths shows that the chance for a middle-and long-term economic growth combined with economic
more » ... th economic stability is better for the Czech Republic than for Poland. Poland will only be able to achieve the same result, if the political-institutional framework is improved. Yet, the actual political conditions are not favourable for this.
doi:10.5771/0949-6181-1997-2-140 fatcat:of32a6k5vndmtdk5vp67malqrm