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  • 24.01.2001

    A Second Economic Divide in Europe?

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    The division of Europe in market and centrally planned economies after World War II was associated with an increasing divergence of per capita incomes. While per capita incomes of the present EU members and the other market economies in Europe have converged during the post-war period, the income gap between the market and the planned economies has increased continuously after World War II.

    Authors:  Brücker Herbert
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