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Encouraging

Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Eastern Europe
(Click title to download)

A CRCE Colloquium in Bled, Slovenia - October 2005
Andrzej Brzeski et al.

New Series No. 22, September 2006

ISBN: 0-948027-46-0 Price: £11.95



Lure of

The Lure of State Capitalism

A CRCE Colloquium - Slovenia, September 2012











Cover
Contents
Part I - The limitations of economics as a guide to the choice of economic institutions and the
prediction of fundamental change

Part II - Relations between business and the state in liberal theory, in Russia and elsewhere
Appendix I - Olga Kuznetsova
Appendix II - Tomasz Mickiewicz
Part III - Pros and Cons of State Capitalism:
with the examples of Asia, Russia, South America & Europe




Close Designs
          and Crooked Purposes

Close Designs and Crooked Purposes - Forced Repatriations of Cossacks and Yugoslav Nationals in 1945.
(Click title to download)

By Nikolai Tolstoy. Introduction by Charles Crawford.

Occasional Paper No. 16

ISBN: 978-0-948027-65-9 Price: £10.00






Islam
          And The West

Islam and The West: The theology behind the history.
(Click title to download)

By Robert R. Reilly. Introduction by John H. Moore.

Occasional Paper No. 15

ISBN: 978-0-948027-62-8 Price: £10.00





Demographics

Demographics and Migration in Europe, East & West

A CRCE Colloquium
Contributors include: Bernard Brscic, Jan Fidrmuc, Philip Hanson, John H. Moore, Tomasz Mickiewicz, Steve Pejovich, Robert R. Reilly, Joel Anand Samy, Natasha Srdoc, Oana-Valentina Suciu, Krassen Stanchev, Galina Yemelianova, Alexey Zhuravskiy 

New Series 27





Contents
Part I - Migration in Europe - Bulgaria
Part II - Migration in Europe - Romania
Part III - Migration in Europe - Discussion
Part IV - Islam in the Western Balkans
Part V - Islamic Activism in Eurasia
Part VI - Islam in Contemporary Russia

Complete Book available for download HERE



Colloquium 2009: European Conscience and Communism

First of the CRCE web-only publications - record of the 2009 colloquium in Zaplata.
With contributions from Andrzej Brzezski, Philip Hanson, Andrei Illarianov, Geza Jeszensky, Oleg Manaev, Miroslav Prokopijevic, Karl Peter-Schwarz and Krassen Stanchev.

New Series 26



Cover
Introduction
Part I - Experiences of Accesion to EU
Part II - Russia's Economic Relations
Part III - Relations Between Countries
Part IV - Europa, Russia and the Countries in Between

A Russian-Slovene Conversation. Memorial Edition

Yegor Gaidar and Ljubo Sirc discuss international economic co-operation and other topics

Occasional Paper No. 10

ISBN: 978-0-948027-51 Price £8.50

The Rule Of Law In The Market Economy: Two Aims Of Transition

by Svetozar Pejovich & Others

New Series No. 25, July 2009

ISBN: 978-0-948027-56-7

The Future of Capitalism after the Collapse of Communism

Contributors include: Phillip Hanson et al;

Introduction: Andrzej Brzeski;

New Series No. 24, October 2008;

ISBN: 978-0-948027-55-0 Price £11.95

A Tribute to Ralph Harris by the CRCE

with contributions from Yegor Gaidar and Václav Klaus and others.

Occasional Paper no. 14, price £9.95 June 2008.

The Problems for Post-Communist Countries in the Context of the European Union

Contributors include: Tim Congdon, Victoria Curzon-Price, Raul Eamets, Sebestyén Gorka, Silvana Malle, John H. Moore, Miroslav Prokopijevic Krassen Stanchev, Roger Sandilands, Ljubo Sirc and Jan Winiecki. Introduction: Andrzej Brzeski

New Series No. 23, September 2007;

ISBN: 978-0-948027-54-3 price £11.95

Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Eastern Europe: A CRCE Conference in Bled, Slovenia, October 2005

Andrzej Brzeski et al.

New Series No. 22, September 2006, pp. 190;

ISBN: 0 948027 46 0 price £11.95

From Crisis to Growth

Vladimir Mau

New Series No. 21, February 2005, pp. 305;

ISBN: 0 948027 45 2 price: £25.00

Samizdat

Dennis O’Keeffe and Helen Szamuely

Occasional Paper No. 13, September 2004, pp.32;

ISBN: 0 948027 43 6 price £7.50

Looking Forward To The Past: The Influence Of Communism After 1989 (details online)

Richard Pipes et al. A CRCE Conference in Bled, Slovenia

New Series No. 20, October 2003, pp.131;

ISBN: 0 948027 42 8 (pb) price £11.95

Can the Russian Economy Keep On Growing? (details online)

Philip Hanson

Occasional Paper No. 12, March 2003, pp.32;

ISBN: 0 948027 41 X (pb) price £7.50

Estonia: Little Country That Could

Mart Laar. Foreword: Sir Geoffery Pattie

New Series No. 19, July 2002, pp.392;

ISBN: 0 948027 40 1 (pb) price £20.00

European Union or Not? (read online)

Papers by Pedro Schwartz and Vaclav Klaus

Occasional Paper No. 11, November 2001, 2nd printing October 2002, pp.44;

ISBN 0 948027 39 8 (pb) price £7.50

A Liberating Economic Journey: Post-Communist Transition Essays in Honour of Ljubo Sirc (details online)

Edited by Andrzej Brzeski & Jan Winiecki

New Series No. 18, January 2001; ISBN: 0 948027 37 1 (hb) price £40.00;

ISBN: 0 948027 28 X (pb) price £20.00


Ten Years of Russian Economic Reform – A Collection of Papers

Sergei Vasiliev. Foreword: Yegor Gaidar

New Series No. 16, March 1999, pp.133;

ISBN: 0 948027 30 4 (pb) price £9.95

Trends in Development of Transition Countries: Characteristics and Possibilities of Slovenia in Comparison with Other Post-Communist Countries and the European Union

Marko Kos, edited by Roger Clarke

Occasional Paper No. 5, October 1998, pp.70;

ISBN: 0 948027 29 0 (pb) price £9.50

A 'Coming Home' or Poisoned Chalice?

Bill Jamieson & Helen Szamuely. Foreword: Rt Hon. Michael Portillo

Occasional Paper No. 4, March 1998, pp.104; ISBN: 0 948027 28 2

(pb) price £8.50

Reforming the Russian Economy, 1991-1995

Aleksei Ulyukaev. Preface: Ljubo Sirc

New Series No. 15, January 1997, pp.133;

ISBN: 0 948027 27 4 (pb) price £9.95

Five Years After June: The Polish Transformation 1989-1994

Edited by Jan Winiecki. Preface: Norman Macrae

New Series No. 14, July 1996, pp.140;

ISBN: 0 948027 26 6 (pb) price £9.95

The Political History of Economic Reform in Russia, 1985-1994

Vladimir Mau. Foreword: Robert Skidelsky

New Series No. 13, January 1996, pp.135;

ISBN: 0 948027 25 8 (pb) price £9.95

Privatisation: An International Symposium

Bled, February 1992

New Series No. 8, November 1992, pp.133;

ISBN: 0 948027 20 7 (pb) price £6.50

The Psychology of Post-Totalitarianism in Russia

Leonid Gozman & Alexander Etkind. Translated by Roger Clarke. Preface: Charles Janson

New Series No. 7, August 1992, pp.121;

ISBN: 0 948027 19 3 (pb) price £6.50

What’s To Be Done?

Gavrill Popov

New Series No. 6, January 1992, pp.72;

ISBN: 0 948027 18 5 (pb) price £5.50

St Petersburg-Leningrad Papers. How to Save the Soviet Economy?

New Series No. 4, June 1991, pp.72;

ISBN: 0 948027 16 9 (pb) price £5.95

The Polish Transformation: Programme and Progress

Janusz Beksiak, Tomasz Gruszecki, Aleksander Jedraszczyk, Jan Winiecki, Olivier Blanchard and Richard Layard

New Series No. 1, July 1990, pp.83;

ISBN: 0 948027 13 4 (pb) price £5.95

Order – With or Without Design? Selections from F.A. Hayek’s Contribution to the Theory and Application of Spontaneous Order

Compiled and Introduced by Naomi Moldofsky. Comment: Sudha R. Shenoy

Occasional Paper No. 3, December 1989, pp.198;

ISBN: 0 948027 11 8 (pb) price £7.95;
ISBN: 0 948027 12 6 (hd) price £12.95

The image above depicts Professor Hayek at Buckingham Palace, 25 October 1984, after Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II had appointed him a Companion of Honour. Copyright David Farrer and John Raybould.

What Must Gorbachev Do?: A Discussion Paper

Ljubo Sirc. Preface: Ralph Harris

Occasional Paper No. 2, March 1989, pp.27;

ISBN: 0 948027 10 X (pb) price £2.00

Economic Prospects – East and West; A View from the East

Jan Wineicki. Comment: Roger Clarke

Understanding Economic Systems No. 3, May 1987, pp.136;

ISBN: 0 948027 06 1 (pb) price £5.00

Marxian Utopia?

Neven Sesardic and Domenico Setternbrini. Preface: Frank Chapple

Understanding Economic Systems No. 1, January 1985, pp.79;

ISBN: 0 948027 01 0 (pb) price £3.50

Briefing Papers

Political Opposition, Youth and the Future of Democracy in Russia (read online)

Luke March

June 2007

price £7.50

Western Broadcasting in the Cold War and After: Was it worth it and is it worth it today? (read online)

Elisabeth Robson

May 2007

price £7.50

Belarus and Russia Today (read online)

Oleg Manaev

February 2007

price £7.50

The Hungarian Uprising: Fifty Years On (read online)

Sebestyén v. Gorka

December 2006

ISBN-10: 0-948027-64-9; ISBN-13: 978-0-948027-64-2, price £7.50

Ethnic Minorities In Romania In the Light of EU Integration

Oana-Valentina Sucui (University of Bucharest)

June 2006

The Roots of Islamist Ideology

By Robert R Reilly (Crisis Magazine)

February 2006

How the East was Won: What Next for NATO and EU One Year after Enlargement?

By Sebestyén v. Gorka, Richard North & Helen Szamuely

September 2005

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but it is hoped that readers will find this studies of value and interest