By Jan Winiecki
New Europe is a rhetorical time period utilized by a few analysts to explain ecu post-communist transition good fortune tales. The time period implies their fresh go back to ecu, or extra accurately Western civilization, yet indicates - given their (forced) communist detour - that there's no unmarried Pan-European id within the EU. This publication examines the countries that make up the so-called New-Europe (those that joined the ecu Union in 2004) to examine the industrial competitiveness compared to one another and the remainder of Europe.
The editor - a number one student on transition economics - attracts jointly contributions from a variety of participants to examine this significant factor. those essays pressure the interplay among profitable transition measures developing an encouraging, extra obvious, liberal (i.e. unfastened marketplace) surroundings at the one hand and the influx of international traders inspired through that atmosphere at the different.
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7 Source: WIIW database. Note: 1 Enterprises with 10 per cent or higher foreign equity share. 2 Distribution of manufacturing exports of foreign subsidiaries1 and domestic enterprises by technology-defined groups of industries2 in Estonia, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia in 1993–20013 (In %) Source: WIIW database. Notes: 1 Enterprises with 10 per cent or higher foreign equity share; 2 H = High technology, MH = Medium-high technology, ML = Medium-low technology, L = Low technology industries. They sum up to 100 per cent; 3 Hungary and Poland for 1993–2001, Estonia for 1995–2001 and Slovenia for 1994–2001.
These developments were confirmed by the regression analysis in Dulleck et al. (2004: 23–24). Increased levels of productivity in CEEC Productivity growth has been another (potential) source of growing export performance of CEEC. Productivity growth of CEEC has been remarkable since the beginning of transition. Unfortunately, there is no econometric analysis available, which would assess the impact of productivity growth on CEEC’s export performance. 8 Difference Notes: 1 Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia; 2 Unit value is the ratio between value and quantity of exports (For methodology see Dulleck et al.
The logs of the unit value ratios are presented. In logs, the ratio is greater (smaller) than zero if the export unit value of particular country group is greater (smaller) than the unit value of total EU-15 imports (For methodology see Dulleck et al. 2004: 8–9). Source: Dulleck et al. (2004: Tables 1, 2, 3a, pp. 11, 12, 14). 5 Export specialization patterns and quality upgrading in 10 CEEC—cont’d Overview of export performance of ‘New Europe’ 31 Bernard and Jensen (1998), who analyzed the US export boom in 1987–1994, claim that aggregate productivity gains from 1987–1992 accounted for under 10 per cent of overall export growth; the dominant sources of the export boom were foreign income growth and exchange rate changes.
Competitiveness of New Europe: Papers from the Second Lancut Economic Forum by Jan Winiecki