The Political Economy of Protest and Patience: East European and Latin American Transformations Compared

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Central European University Press, 1998. jan. 1. - 233 oldal
Why did Eastern Europeans protest less about the brutal social consequences of systemic change than the people of Latin America a decade earlier? Why has the region-wide authoritarian or populist turnabout not occurred?

In addressing these questions, this book uses a comparative analysis of the structures, institutions, cultures, and actors shaping both the Eastern.

 

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Introduction Goodbye Breakdown Prophecies Hello Poor Democracies
1
Crises and Neoliberal Transformations in the 1980s and 1990s
19
The Loneliness of the Economic Reformer
35
Local Reformers and Foreign Advisers
53
The Social Response to Economic Hardship
69
Rethinking Populism under Postcommunism
93
Populist Transformation Strategies The Hungarian Case in Comparative Perspective
115
Compensation as a Government Taetic
137
Conflict Social Paet and Demoeratie Development in Transforming Hungary
155
Crisisproof Poor Demoeracies
177
Notes
189
Bibliography
199
Index
219
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