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eBook Slovenia's Transition: From Medieval Roots to the European Union ePub

by Paul Phillips,Bogomil Ferfila

  • ISBN: 0739136305
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Paul Phillips,Bogomil Ferfila
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lexington Books (June 22, 2010)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1359 kb
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Personal Name: Ferfila, Bogomil

Personal Name: Ferfila, Bogomil.

Slovenia's Transition is a first rate anaylsis of Slovenia's economic development, from the earliest times to its acceptance to the EU in 2004. The authors, Bogomil Ferfila and Paul Phillips are acknowledged experts in the field and this book demonstrates the range and depth of their expertise.

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Slovenia's Transition: From Medieval Roots to the European Union details and analyzes the history of the process of Slovenia's transformation from a socialist, self managed, political-economic system to that of a capitalist, democratically regulated, market system. The book reveals the economic development of Slovenia as it transformed. Bogomil Ferfila explores the transformation of institutions through the development of corporatism. It also delves into the political and economic integration of Slovenia with the European Union. The book evaluates the 'gradualist' policy measures taken to transform the economy and the supporting economic transition of the post communist states. This successful transition led to its accession to the E.U. among the first tier of applicant countries. Followed by Slovenia becoming the first of the new members to assume the Presidency of the E.U. Through its careful historical analysis, this book illustrates the incredible changes that have taken place in Slovenia through politics, finances, and international relations.