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000266122 245__ $$aPrice Reform and the Consumer in Central and Eastern Europe
000266122 260__ $$c1993
000266122 269__ $$a1993-09-09
000266122 336__ $$aJournal Article
000266122 520__ $$aThe collapse of Communism in Poland, Hungary, and thenCzechoslovakia over the last several years has set the stage for the difficult beginning of free-market economies. In 1990, these countries started to wean consumers away from the government subsidies that had kept food prices artificially low for many years. After the subsidies stopped-and price controls were lifted-food prices soared at both producer and consumer levels. In quick succession, inflation rose and purchasing power dropped, reducing consumer demand-especially for meat and dairy products. Three years later, however, food prices in these countries appear to have stabilized, despite some continuing contraction in demand. Following the reforms, income has fallen, but a broad range of new goods have appeared on the market, fundamentally changing the range of choices available to consumers.
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000266122 546__ $$aEnglish
000266122 650__ $$aConsumer/Household Economics
000266122 650__ $$aDemand and Price Analysis
000266122 700__ $$ade Souza, Michele
000266122 700__ $$aLundell, Mark R.
000266122 700__ $$aLamb, Jason M.
000266122 773__ $$jVolume 16$$kIssue 3$$o22$$q17$$tFood Review: The Magazine of Food Economics
000266122 8560_ $$fweidm015@umn.edu
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