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Trends in Changes of National Economic Structures, Influence of European Social Models, and Policy Options – Part 2

Author(s): doc. PhDr. Julie Chytilová Ph.D.,
prof. Ing. Michal Mejstřík CSc.,
Type: Chapter in book
Year: 2010
Number: 0
ISSN / ISBN: 978-80-246-1774-9
Published in: Karolinum Press
Publishing place: Praha
Keywords: European Social Model, Social Policy, Economic Policy
JEL codes: O11, O14, P30
Suggested Citation: Chytilová J., Mejstřík M.: Trends in Changes of National Economic Structures, Influence of European Social Models, and Policy Options – Part 2, In: Yang Ye,Mejstrik M.,European Integration: Structural Changes and Their Influence on Eu Diplomatic Policies, Prague, Karolinum Press 2010 pp290-330
Grants: „EU-China European Studies Centres Programme (ESCP)" (2005-2008) IES Research Framework Institutional task (2005-2011) Integration of the Czech economy into European union and its development
Abstract: analysis of the factors and
consequences of structural changes is important not only understanding
changes in the economies and societies of the CEE countries but also for
evaluating the changing position of these countries in the European and world
economy. The dynamic changes in social and economic systems throughout
Europe, the structural changes in income and wealth distribution, regional
distribution of economic activities represent both the core drivers and impacts
of macro-, mezzo- and micro-structural changes that are hard to separate in
the causal chain. Their relevance, however goes, well beyond growth or
economic world, but spills over to the political stability of the affected countries,
of the EU and its position worldwide. What, in the 20th century has distinguished
European countries from the rest of the world and internally and are
those features sustainable?

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