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Title: Dynamic Economic Effects of EU Membership for Post Socialist Countries of Central and Eastern Europe

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Title:

Dynamic Economic Effects of EU Membership for Post Socialist Countries of Central and Eastern Europe

Creator:

Bilenko, Yuriy

ORCID:

0000-0002-5877-0564

Subject and Keywords:

European Union   economic effects   postsocialist countries   Central and Eastern Europe  
Unia Euroopejska   skutki gospodarcze   kraje postkomunistyczne   Europa Środkowo-Wschodnia

Abstract:

This study of the dynamic effects of regional integration within the EU focuses on the achievements of the traditional and new schools of economic growth. We analyzed the specific dynamic effects of integration of Central and Eastern Europe countries into the European Union in the medium term according to theoretical model of R. Baldwin and A. Venables, taking into account five-year periods before (1999-2003) and after (2004-2008) accession. In the study, we chose the following countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Slovenia. This research is one of the first attempts to assess dynamic economic effects ex post and to test theoretical models of economic integration on examples that took place ex ante EU enlargement in 2004. The processes of accumulation of physical and human capital are the basis of dynamic economic effects of European integration of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and long-term sustainable growth. The results we obtained can be regarded as proof that these countries have developed according to the AK model of endogenous growth, which involves constant or increasing returns on physical and human capital. In all CEE countries, the growth rate of physical capital significantly increased throughout the EU membership period, as did the share of employment in high-tech industry sectors. Our study confirmed that the relatively capital-intensive sector in member countries gained developmental momentum in connection with the expansion of the market, which will cause increased demand for capital, and unification led to investment-oriented economic growth that is stimulated by changes in the production structure of the trade sector.

Place of publishing:

Wrocław

Publisher:

University of Wroclaw. Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics

Contributor:

Jakubowski, Sebastian. Red.

Date issued:

2013

Resource Type:

text  
tekst

Detailed Type:

article  
artykuł

Identifier:

oai:repozytorium.uni.wroc.pl:131258

DOI:

10.2478/wrlae-2013-0045

Language:

eng

Abstract Language :

eng

Relation:

Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics, vol.3, no.1, 2014, pp.90-103

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License:

Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 4.0)  
Creative Commons - Uznanie autorstwa (CC BY 4.0)

Rights holder:

Copyright by Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics, published by Sciendo

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