Poland under "Solidarity" Rule
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AbstractThe coalition cabinet in which Solidarity played a leading role, but which also included Communists and their allies, won Parliamentary approval on September 12, 1989. This coalition inherited from the Communists an economy in deep crisis: inflation was raging, shortages of virtually all goods were rampant, and the black market was all-pervasive. The new government pledged to restore the market economy. This paper discusses the economy under Solidarity rule, focusing on stabilization and the restoration of private enterprise.
CitationWellisz, Stanislaw. 1991. "Poland under "Solidarity" Rule." Journal of Economic Perspectives, 5 (4): 211-217. DOI: 10.1257/jep.5.4.211
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