transition economy

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transition economy

a term used to describe a country the economic system of which is moving away from a CENTRALLY PLANNED ECONOMY based upon a centralized national plan to a decentralized PRIVATE-ENTERPRISE ECONOMY based upon the PRICE SYSTEM.
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There is no correct estimation of the extent of bondage which has also transformed its form under the compulsions of transitional economy.
Sri Lanka can be categorized as a transitional economy considering it is just emerging from 30 years of terrorism and a debilitating war, all of which had taken a heavy toll on its economy, its governance structures and its social fabric.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a transitional economy that is pursuing membership in the European Union and the World Trade Organization.
We have adapted to the transitional economy, re-exporting Chinese goods to other countries.
Yet, most of the research on the link between EO and organizational performance focus on the mature market economy and the nature of this relationship in the context of a transitional economy such as China is still relatively under researched (Bruton et al.
EBRD implemented similar programs also in some other countries with transitional economy, including in Georgia, Moldova,
Some of the key topics include Businesswomen and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Investment and asset management strategies, challenges facing Arab businesswomen in the transitional economy, the role of NGOs and the empowerment of women and Risk/Reward scenarios for women entrepreneurs within the prevailing cultural constraints.
In other words, the barriers for entry into the WTO by transitional economy applicants are particularly high, both in terms of the demands made of the applicants, and in their ability to meet those demands.
a blow that might not be bearable for our transitional economy," Massoud Daneshmand was quoted as saying by the ILNA news agency.
A Model for Logistics Management in a Post-Soviet Central Asian Transitional Economy.
of Toronto) approaches these four factors through three critical lenses: the transitional economy, ethnic and class dimensions of entrepreneurship, and transnationalism, and posits five paths to entrepreneurship for Russian immigrants: the disadvantages theory, the cultural theory of entrepreneurship, the opportunity theory of entrepreneurship, ethnic economy theories of entrepreneurship, and business background theory.
When a transitional economy grows this fast, its demand for power does not grow pro rata to its economic growth rate of 6 or 7%, but grows at a disproportionately high speed as personal incomes take off.
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