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Politics And Markets: Dual Transformations

William L. Parish, Ethan Michelson
Published 1996 · Economics

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The articles published in this issue of the Journal help advance the debate on market reform in former socialist states. In our comment, besides dealing with data analysis issues, we suggest several ways to improve the level of debate about substantive issues. These suggestions include more attention to politics, including path dependence, and more attention to middle-level generalizations from other developing market societies.
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