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Reaganomics Goes Global

What Can the EU, Russia and Other Transition Countries Learn from the USA?



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This book presents an analysis of Reagan's economic policy and its legacy both at home and abroad. With Europe facing new challenges and countries in transition seeking guidelines for their economic systems, the authors of this volume examine how the lessons of Reaganomics serve as valuable guideposts.

Author Biography

LESZEK BALCEROWICZ Professor of Economics and Governor, National Bank of Poland, and Former Minister of Finance, Poland CLIFFORD A. BATES Professor of Political Science, Warsaw University, Poland JAN KRZYSZTOF BIELECKI President of Pekao SA, and Former Polish Prime Minister, Poland JOHN BRADLEY Research Professor, Economic and Social Research Institute, Ireland SLAWOMIR BUKOWSKI Professor of Economics, Technical University of Radom, Poland MALGORZATA DURSKA Associate Professor, American Studies Center, Warsaw University, Poland MARSHALL GOLDMAN Associate Director, Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University and Professor of Economics, Wellesley College, USA STANISLAW GOMULKA Professor of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK STEVEN H. HANKE Professor of Applied Economics, John Hopkins University and Former Member, Council of Economic Advisors, Reagan Administration, USA STEVEN F. HAYWARD Resident Scholar and F.K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, USA RUSLAN KHASBULATOV Professor of Economics and Director, World Economy Department, Russian Plekhanov Academy and Former Speaker, Russian Parliament, Russia STANISLAW KOWALIK Professor of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland ANDRZEJ K. KOZMINSKI Professor of Economics and Rector, Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management, Poland KRZYSZTOF LAZARSKI Professor of History and Political Philosophy, Lazarski School of Economics and Law, Poland DAVID LIPTON Former US Undersecretary of the Treasury, USA DAVID MCCOY Senior Research Officer, Economic and Social Research Institute, Ireland JEFFREY B. MILLER Professor of Economics, University of Delaware, USA WILLIAM A. NISKANEN Professor of Economics and President, Cato Institute, and Former Acting Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors, Reagan Administration, USA STEVEN ROSEFIELDE Professor of Economics, University of North Carolina, USA W. STAN SIEBERT Professor of Labour Economics, University of Birmingham, UK STOYAN TENEV Economist, International Finance Corporation, World Bank, USA.
Release date NZ
February 7th, 2006
Edited by Joseph C. Brada Edited by Mariusz-Jan Radlo Edited by Wojciech Bienkowski
Country of Publication
United States
2006 ed.
XX, 262 p.
Palgrave Macmillan
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