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Potential Lessons from Austria for the Restructuring Process in East Europe

  • Karl Aiginger
Part of the European Economic Interaction and Integration book series (EEIIWP)

Abstract

This paper is about the role government and non-private institutions played in shaping the environment of industrial firms in the market economies after World War II. It touches upon aspects of the legal framework, property rights, taxes and subsidies, and reports mainly the experience in Austria. The paper does not intend to present a balanced review of the post war economic development, but focus on specific aspects which could be interesting for the restructuring process in Eastern Europe today.

Keywords

Market Economy Large Firm Industrial Policy Social Partner Antitrust Policy 
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