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Romania in transition /
edited by Lavinia Stan.
Brookfield, Vt : Dartmouth Publ., c1996.
xviii, 218 p.
1855218860 (hard)
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Brookfield, Vt : Dartmouth Publ., c1996.
1855218860 (hard)
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Includes index.
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Reference & Research Book News, August 1997
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Table of Contents
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Democratization in Romaniap. 3
Nationalism and Post-Communist Politics: The Party of Romanian National Unity, 1990-1996p. 25
On the Social Origins of Ultranationalism and Radicalism in Romania, 1989-1993p. 49
Mass Media and Democracy in Romania: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the Futurep. 67
Macro-Economic Stabilization in Post-Communist Romaniap. 93
Romanian Privatization Program: Catching Up with the Eastp. 127
Competition Law and Policy in Romaniap. 163
Applications of the Marketing Concept Philosophy in Romaniap. 183
Romanian Consumer Desires and Feelings of Deservingnessp. 191
Indexp. 209
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