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AbstractThe break-up of the Soviet Union resulted in many formerly centrally planned and highly controlled economies to experience radical reforms that fully changed the business landscape. With these political and economic changes, many businesses and organizations in transition economies not...
AbstractThe transition to a market economy has been painful, if not fatal, for many companies in the post-socialist Central and Eastern European countries. The case of the Slovenian Company Sava, presented in this paper, is remarkable not only due to its highly successful transition from a...
AbstractThe production and use of information and communications technology (ICT) has been shown to have positive developmental and economic impacts in many countries around the world. This paper examines specifically the impact of economic transition on the production and use of ICT in Hungary,...
AbstractDespite sharing a common label, Transition Economies (TE) do not constitute a homogenous group; rather, these countries differ in many ways, including the level of economic development. These differences preclude TEs from adapting a uniform strategy towards increasing the level of...
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