Structural Economic Problems: Aspects of an Action Plan for the Baltic States

The link below is to the summary report of Working Group 7, Structural Economic Policy of the International Baltic Economic Commission (IBEC) organized by Hudson Institute at the request of the prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.   The purpose of IBEC was to develop an action plan for the Baltic States for their transition from being Soviet Republics part of the centrally planned Soviet economy to independent, free market economies.   I was the prime initiator of this project which was the focal recommendation of my report “Latvija 2018” included as part of the Economic Strategy for a Free Latvia prepared by the Economic Strategy Working Group of the World Federation of Free Latvians for the first freely elected parliament of Latvian after its renewal of independence in 1991.   Vid Beldavs

International Baltic Economic Commission


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