ABSTRACT. Stan remarks that transitional justice in post-communist Romania has made little progress since the Council for the Study of Securitate Archives was set up in early 2000. Bodenstein et al. present new measures of foreign economic openness in the transition countries that allow them to distinguish between non-tariff barriers to trade and capital controls. Aligica discusses the conceptual model behind the widespread belief that in post Communist societies, once the democratic and market institutions are introduced, the emerging values and beliefs engendered by those very institutions will create the conditions for the consolidation and reproduction of democracy and market economy. Fodor et al. discuss changes and new directions in the gendered nature of the welfare state in three post-state socialist societies: Hungary, Poland and Romania.


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