By the end of the 1980s, a general crisis had developed in Hungary. It was not only a crisis of the state socialist system, as the change of that system did not solve it. It was not only an economic crisis, since it affected other spheres of social life. In this chapter it will be argued that the central issue of this crisis was the incapability of the elites to put Hungary back into the mainstream of technological and economic development.
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- Ideologies, Economic Policies and Social Change: the Cyclical Nature of Hungary’s Transformation
- Palgrave Macmillan UK