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The Development of a Backward Area in Czechoslovakia

  • Pavel Turčan
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Part of the International Economic Association Conference Volumes, Numbers 1–50 book series (IEA)

Abstract

The subject will be dealt with in two parts: the first part will be devoted to an analysis of the post-war economic policy whereby Czechoslovakia proposed to solve its basic regional problem and stimulate the development of its less advanced area, namely Slovakia; the second part will contain the more general ideas and conclusions emerging from the lessons and the achievements of this regional policy.

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Regional Policy Socialist Republic Industrial Branch Machine Industry Advanced Area 
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  1. The subject will be dealt with in two parts: the first part will be devoted to an analysis of the post-war economic policy whereby Czechoslovakia proposed to solve its basic regional problem and stimulate the development of its less advanced area, namely Slovakia; the second part will contain the more general ideas and conclusions emerging from the lessons and the achievements of this regional policy.Google Scholar

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