The Economic History of Central, East and South-East Europe
1800 to the Present

Coordinator: Morys Matthias

Language: Anglais

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The collapse of communism in Central, East and South-East Europe (CESEE) led to great hopes for the region and for Europe as a whole in the early 1990s. A quarter of a century on, the picture is more mixed: in many CESEE countries, the transformation process remains incomplete, and the economic catch-up process has taken much longer than originally anticipated.

The current situation has highlighted the need for a better understanding of the long-term political and economic implications of the Central, East and South-East European historical experience. This thematically organised text offers a clear and comprehensive guide to the economic history of CESEE from 1800 to the present day. Bringing together authors from both East and West, the book also draws on the cutting-edge research of a new generation of scholars from the CESEE region. Presenting a thoroughly modern overview of the history of the region, the text will be invaluable to students of economic history and CESEE area studies.

1. Introduction – Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy @ 75: New interpretations and New Dimensions, Leonardo Burlamaqui & Rainer Kattel PART 1: New Interpretations 2. Creative Destruction as a Radical Departure: A New Paradigm for Analyzing Capitalism, Leonardo Burlamaqui 3. Schumpeter and the Dynamics of Capitalism: The Place of Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, Francisco Louçã 4. Individual, Society and Order: A Schumpeterian Trinity, Beniamino Callegari PART 2: New Dimensions 5. (Re) introducing Finance into Evolutionary Economics: Keynes, Schumpeter, Minsky and Financial Fragility, Mariana Mazzucato and L. Randall Wray 6. Innovative Enterprise and Sustainable Prosperity: Taking Up the Schumpeterian Challenge, William Lazonick 7. Secular Stagnation and Creative Destruction: Reading Robert Gordon through a Schumpeterian Lens, Fred Block 8. Schumpeter in the 21st Century: Creative Destruction and the Global Green Shift, John Mathews 9. Domination, Weak Judgment, and the Dilemmas of Contemporary Schumpeterian Democrats, John Medearis 10. Bringing the State into Schumpeter’s Model Entrepreneurial States, Socialization of Investment, Creative-Destruction management and China, Leonardo Burlamaqui