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Intereconomics

, Volume 19, Issue 5, pp 244–249 | Cite as

Entrepreneurial cooperation between East and West in the first half of the 1980s

  • Klaus Bolz
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Abstract

The new forms of cooperation between Western firms and East European enterprises, begun with so much optimism in the 1970s, have disappointed the expectations placed in them. In both East and West the question as to the benefits and risks of this particular form of collaboration is now being posed. This article seeks to explain the present situation and to draw some conclusions concerning future trends.

Keywords

Foreign Trade Socialist Enterprise Cooperation Agreement Socialist Country Cooperation Project 
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References

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    For information on this point and the following see: Nachrichten für Außenhandel, No. 219 of 11. 11. 1983, p. 5.Google Scholar
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    Cf. K. Bolz, P. Pissula: Die Erfahrungen deutscher Unternehmen aus der Kooperation mit polnischen Wirtschaftsorganisationen, Hamburg 1981, pp. 133ff.Google Scholar
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    Cf. B. Kádár: Formen und Motivationen der industriellen Kooperation, in: Marketing in Ungarn, Vol. 4, 1983; and Nachrichten für Außenhandel, No. 219 of 11. 11. 1983.Google Scholar
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    Cf. B. Kádár, op. cit Formen und Motivationen der Industriellen Kooperation, in: Marketing in Ungarn, Vol. 4, 1983; and Nachrichten für Außenhandel, No. 219 of 11. 11. 1983. pp. 20 ff.Google Scholar

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© HWWA and Springer-Verlag 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • Klaus Bolz
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  1. 1.HWWA-Institut für WirtschaftsforschungHamburg

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