The EU's Eastward Enlargement : Central and Eastern Europe's Strategies for Development

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Owing to the global financial crisis of 2007–2009 and subsequently the Eurozone crisis, the accession of Central and Eastern European countries to the European Union and the Eurozone has not been an easy one. The EU's Eastward Enlargement analyses challenges that these countries currently face in their pursuit of economic self-reliance. Covering a period from the second half of the 1980s to the present, Yoji Koyama provides unique and objective analyses of the European Union and the Euro system from a non-European's perspective. He offers a detailed reexamination of the fundamental problems of the European Union, which in turn have affected the autonomous development of countries such as Poland, the former Yugoslavia, Albania, and the Baltic States. This book is a useful addition to the scholarship available on the Euro system and Central and Eastern European countries. It will help readers gain a more holistic understanding of the ongoing Eurozone crisis and the future of the Eurozone project.

Readership: Postgraduates who are interested in development economics and international relations; businessmen who are keen on venturing into Central and East Europe, and professionals interested in literature on the European Union.

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In the years following the global financial and Eurozone crises of 2008 2010, the accession of Central and Eastern European countries to the European Union and the Eurozone has not been an easy one. Central and Eastern Europe and The Eurozone Crisis analyses challenges that these countries currently face in their pursuit of economic self-reliance. Covering a period from the second half of the 1980s to the present, Yoji Koyama provides unique and objective analyses of the European Union and the Euro system from a non-European's perspective. He offers a detailed re-examination of the fundamental problems of the European Union, which in turn have affected the autonomous development of countries such as the former Yugoslavia, Albania, and other Baltic states. This book is a useful addition to the scholarship available on the Euro system and Central and Eastern European countries. It will help readers gain a more holistic understanding of the ongoing Eurozone crisis and the future of the Eurozone project.

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Yoji Koyama is Professor Emeritus at Niigata University. A graduate from the University of Tokyo, he was a visiting scholar in Belgrade from October 1978 to March 1980, under the Yugoslav government fellowship scheme. In 1984 and 1986, Koyama conducted field surveys about self-management in the former Yugoslavia as a member of a study group. He is a leading Japanese specialist on Central and Eastern Europe, and on comparative economic systems. He has published widely in Japanese and English — in 1996, he authored a seminal book on the Yugoslav economic experience, A Study of Self-managed Socialism: Dynamics of the Regime of the 1974 Constitution in the Former Yugoslavia (in Japanese), and in 2003, he authored South Eastern Europe in Transition: A Quest for Stabilization of the Region after the Breakup of the Former Yugoslavia (in English). Professor Koyama is currently a Member of the Japan Society for Russian and East European Studies, the Japan Society for Comparative Economic Studies, and the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES). He holds a Master of Science in International Relations from the University of Tokyo and a PhD in Economics from Hosei University.

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Buchbeschreibung World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd Dez 2014, 2014. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - In the years following the global financial and Eurozone crises of 20082010, the accession of Central and Eastern European countries to the European Union and the Eurozone has not been an easy one. The EU's Eastward Enlargement analyses challenges that these countries currently face in their pursuit of economic self-reliance. Covering a period from the second half of the 1980s to the present, Yoji Koyama provides unique and objective analyses of the European Union and the Euro system from a non-European's perspective. He offers a detailed re-examination of the fundamental problems of the European Union, which in turn have affected the autonomous development of countries such as the former Yugoslavia, Albania, and other Baltic states. This book is a useful addition to the scholarship available on the Euro system and Central and Eastern European countries. It will help readers gain a more holistic understanding of the ongoing Eurozone crisis and the future of the Eurozone project. 428 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9789814602457

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