Publications of Csaba, L.

Csaba L. New Thinking in the CMEA. In: Harle V, Livonen Y, editors. Gorbachev and Europe. London: Frances Pinter; 1990. p. 187-205.
Csaba L. The Dual-Track Trick and Economic Reforms in Socialist Countries. In: Bogomolov O, editor. Market Forces in Planned Economies. London: Macmillan Publishers; 1990. p. 103-10.
Csaba L. Perestroika and the Hungarian reform: an evolving reform tandem? In: Cassel D, editor. Wirtschaftssysteme im Umbruch. München: Vahlen; 1990. p. 222-38.
Csaba L. A peresztrojka öt éve. Külgazdaság. 1990;34(6):48-61.

External Implications of Economic Reforms in the European Centrally Planned Economies

Studies external implications of economic reforms in European centrally planned economies. Dissatisfaction with the existing economic and political system; Development of inflation in connection to economic reforms; Implications of the economic reforms for the external sectors.

Csaba L. Gearing up for the Economic Future. The New Hungarian Quarterly. 1990;31(119):66-72.
Csaba L. The Recent Past and Future of the Hungarian Reform: An Overview and Assessment. In: Clarke RA, editor. Hungary – The Second Decade of Economic Reform. London: Longman; 1989. p. 13-29.
Csaba L, Inotai A. Joint ventures in den Ost-West -Wirtschaftsbeziehungen. In: Jacobsen HD, Machowski H, Sager D, editors. Perspektiven für die Sicherheit und Zusammenarbeit in Europa. Baden-Baden: Nomos; 1989. p. 341-54.
Csaba L. Osteuropa zwischen Erneuerungszwang und Stagnation. In: Frensch R, editor. Jahrbuch der Wirtschaft Osteuropas / Yearbook of East-European Economics. Munich: Olzog Verlag; 1989. p. 82-109.

Investment and Innovation--The Experience of Three Reforms

Formerly one of the basic assumptions of planned economy was the demand that all important investments of a national economy be evaluated and directly controlled by a national center. However, experience showed that this system hinders technological development. One indicator of the degree to which the old system has been deserted is how good the new conditions are for innovation in the production process and the product profile. The author compares practices in three countries, in order to determine to what degree the background of enterprise investment and innovation has changed. ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR Copyright of Eastern European Economics is the property of M.E. Sharpe Inc. and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts)

Csaba L. Quo vadis COMECON? Le Courrier des Pays de l'Est. 1989;25(1).
Csaba L. Was geschah mit der ungarischen Reform 1968 – 1988?. Köln: Bundesinst. für Ostwiss. u. Internat. Studien; 1989.
Csaba L. Coordination of Interests in the CMEA. Soviet & Eastern European Foreign Trade. 1988;24(1):37. Abstract

Coordination of Interests in the CMEA

Discusses the economic policy harmonization of Eastern European countries. Factors contributing to integration; Parallelisms with the economic decisions of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) nations; Importance of regional coordination in shaping socialist industrialization; Emphasis of harmonized economic policies on investments and foreign trade; Limits and means of integration.

Csaba L. Voting Interest in Comecon. Soviet and Eastern European Foreign Trade. 1988;25(1).
Csaba L. CMEA in 2000. The Nordic Journal of Soviet and East European Studies. 1988;5(1):11-31.
Csaba L. Politique économique et planification dans le CAEM. Revue d'études comparatives Est-Ouest. 1987;18(2):23-57.
Csaba L. A radikális reform a szovjet gyakorlatban. Budapest: Konjunktúra- és Piackutató Intézet; 1987.
Csaba L. CMEA and East-West Trade. Comparative Economic Studies. 1986;28(3):43-57. Abstract

CMEA and East-West Trade

Discusses the multilateral framework of integration and cooperation in Eastern Europe's Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA). Ways in which the framework influences possibilities for East-West economic intercourse; Possibilities and policy options for improving the outlook of the area; Controversy over whether or not the Eastern European countries follow a policy tending toward becoming integrated into the world economy.

Csaba L. Interessenabstimmung im RGW. Europaeische Rundschau. 1986;13(2).
Csaba L. Le CAEM sous le signe de la restructuration. Le Courrier des Pays de l'Est. 1986;(313):3-21.
Csaba L. CMEA in a Changing World. Osteuropa Wirtschaft. 1986;31(3):218-38.
Csaba L. Problems of Intra-CMEA-Cooperation after the Moscow Summit. Vol 34. Köln: Bundesinstitut für Ostwissenschaftliche und Internationale Studien; 1986.
Csaba L. Comecon perspectives for the 1980s. In: Drexler A, editor. Modernisierung der Planwirtschaft. Göttingen: Sovec; 1985. p. 37-76.
Csaba L. Comecon Perspectives for the 1980s. Economies et Societes. 1984;18(2):5-45.
Csaba L. A szovjet reform. Külgazdaság. 1984;28(7-8 and 9).
Csaba L. Economic policy coordination in the CMEA. Köln: Bundesinstitut für Ostwissenschaftliche und Internationale Studien; 1984.
Csaba L. Three Studies on the CMEA. Budapest: Hungarian Scientific Council for World Economy; 1983.
Csaba L. The transferable rouble and convertibility in the CMEA. In: Saunders C, editor. Regional integration in East and West. London: Macmillan Publishers; 1983. p. 237-55.

The Role Of CMEA in the World Economy in the 1980s

Discusses the integration of Council of Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) in the world economy. Nature of interdependence of regional and worldwide integration process in the CMEA; Directive system of economic control; Share of energy intensive sectors inside the national economic complex.

Csaba L, et al. Trends in world economy. Budapest: Világgazdasági Tudományos Tanács; 1978.