Items where IIASA Author is "Wyzan, Michael"

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Kutan, A.M. & Wyzan, M. (2005). Explaining the real exchange rate in Kazakhstan, 1996–2003: Is Kazakhstan vulnerable to the Dutch disease? Economic Systems 29 (2), 242-255. 10.1016/j.ecosys.2005.03.009.

Wyzan, M. (1999). Book review: Bulgaria in Transition - Environmental Consequences of Political and Economic Transformation, edited by K. Paskaleva, Ph. Shapira, J. Pickles, B. Koulov. Slavic Review 58 (3), 676-677.

Wyzan, M. (1999). Macedonian and Slovenian Trade after the Break-up of Former Yugoslavia: Focus on the European Union. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-99-018

Gacs, J. & Wyzan, M. (1999). The Time Pattern of Costs and Benefits of EU Accession. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-99-015

Wyzan, M. (1999). The Baltic States: Still recovering from the Russian crisis. Stockholm Report on Transition (SRT) 10 (4-5)

Wyzan, M. (1999). Macedonian and Slovenian trade: Contrasting patterns and focus on the European Union. Eurasian (Post-Soviet) Geography & Economics 40 (5), 309-334. 10.1080/10889388.1999.10641118.

Gacs, J., Holzmann, R. & Wyzan, M. (1999). The Mixed Blessings of Financial Inflows. Transition Countries in Comparative Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. ISBN 1

Wyzan, M. (1998). The political economy of Bulgaria's peculiar post-communist business cycle. Comparative Economic Studies 40 (1), 5-42. 10.1057/ces.1998.2.

Gacs, J. & Wyzan, M. (1998). The European Union and the Rest of the World: Complements or Substitutes for Central and Eastern Europe? IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-98-020

Wyzan, M. (1998). After the split: Foreign trade in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Transitions Magazine 5 (11), 34-35.

Wyzan, M. (1998). The Baltic States: Continuing Strong Performance but Fragility Remains. Eurasia Economic Outlook, WEFA Group

Wyzan, M. (1998). Bulgaria's trade with its Balkan neighbors: What they are and what they could be. In: Redefining Southeastern Europe: Political Challenges and Economic Opportunities. Eds. Stavrou, Th.G. & Lampe, J.R., Vol. 61: Suedosteuropa-Studien. ISBN 3-9254-5074-2

Wyzan, M. (1998). Bulgarian economic policy and performance, 1991-1997. In: Bulgaria in Transition: Politics, Economics, Society, and Culture After Communism. Eds. Bell, J.D., Boulder: Westview Press. ISBN 0-813-3901-09

Wyzan, M. & Slay, B. (1998). The CIS economies: A year of growing paradoxes. In: Annual Survey of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union 1997: The Challenge of Integration. Eds. Rutland, P., Armonk: M.E. Sharpe. ISBN 0-765-6035-94

Holzmann, R., Gacs, J. & Wyzan, M. (1998). Capital inflows to Eastern Europe - Lessons from Latin America and Asia. Empirica 25 (2), 109-242.

Wyzan, M. & Slay, B. (1998). Central Europe and Eastern Europe: Growing economic differences. In: Annual Survey of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union 1997: The Challenge of Integration. Eds. Rutland, P., Armonk: M.E. Sharpe. ISBN 0-765-6035-94

Wyzan, M. (1998). Czech and Slovak Foreign Trade after the 1993 Divorce. Stockholm Institute for Transition Economics and East European Economies

Wyzan, M. (1998). Economic liaisons: The Baltics look toward the European Union. Transitions Magazine 5 (12), 54-55.

Wyzan, M. (1998). Notes on the political economy of social security reform. In: Social Security Reform. Eds. Kulikowski, R. & MacDonald, G.J., Polish Academy of Sciences: Systems Research Institute. ISBN 8-385-8471-46

Wyzan, M. (1998). On the move: Migration trends in the Commonwealth of Independent States. Transitions Magazine 5 (3), 14-15.

Wyzan, M., Kurbanov, E. & Lemberanskaya, L. (1998). The State of Economic Education and Research in Azerbaijan. Report to the Research Advisory Staff, World Bank

Wyzan, M., Aleksandrova, S. & Stanchev, K. (1998). The State of Economic Education and Research in Bulgaria. Report to the Research Advisory Staff, World Bank

Wyzan, M. & Slaveski, T. (1998). The State of Economic Education and Research in Macedonia. Report to the Research Advisory Staff, World Bank

Wyzan, M. (1998). The State of Economic Education and Research in Turkmenistan. Report to the Research Advisory Staff, World Bank

Wyzan, M. & Sabyrova, L. (1998). The State of Economic Education and Research in the Kyrgyz Republic. Report to the Research Advisory Staff, World Bank

Wyzan, M. (1998). The Transcaucasus: Good Performance From an Unexpected Quarter. urasia Economic Outlook, WEFA Group

Wyzan, M. (1998). Unemployed unequally? Nearly equally empty pocketbooks in the wake of reforms. Transitions Magazine 5 (1), 14-15.

Wyzan, M. (1997). Bulgaria: Currency Board Rides to the Rescue. Eurasia Economic Outlook, WEFA Group

Wyzan, M. (1997). Economic transformation and regional inequality in Bulgaria: In search of a meaningful unit of analysis. In: The Bulgarian Economy: Lessons from Reform during Early Transition. Eds. Jones, D.C. & Miller, J.B., Aldershot: Avebury. ISBN 1-85972-336-5 10.4324/9780429436284-3.

Wyzan, M. (1997). Former Yugoslavia: Economic Policy and Performance Colored by Legacy of Past. Eurasia Economic Outlook, WEFA Group

Wyzan, M. (1997). Is transition unhealthy? Life expectancy and the shock of reforms. Transitions Magazine 4 (6), 14-15.

Wyzan, M. (1997). What's for dinner? What a country's eating habits reveal about the progress of reforms. Transitions Magazine 4 (5), 12-13.

Wyzan, M. (1997). Why is Bulgaria a land of failed reforms? The causes behind a badly bungled economy. Transitions Magazine 4 (2), 86-89.

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