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Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung 35 (2010), 2

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Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung 35 (2010), 2
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Special Issue: Transitions - Transformations

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Historical Social Research/ Historische Sozialforschung
HSR Vol. 35 (2010) No. 2 – Special Issue: Transitions – Transformations

Special Issue:
Heinrich Best, Katharina Bluhm, Michael Fritsch & Rainer K. Silbereisen (Eds.):
Transitions – Transformations: Trajectories of Social, Economic and Political Change after Communism / Transitionen – Transformationen: Trajektorien des sozialen, wirtschaftlichen und politischen Wandels nach dem Kommunismus

368 pages.

Anniversaries are normally somewhat arbitrary pretexts for putting important events and short-term developments into historical perspective. This was different with the 20th anniversary of the downfall of European communism and the transition of state socialism into market economies and representative democracies in 1989. The years 2008/2009 saw a crisis of international financial markets that shattered the system of a truly global capitalism established in the aftermath of 1989.

Most of the contributions united in this Special Issue of Historical Social Research were presented and discussed at the 2009 Jena conference on Transitions – Transformations: Trajectories of Social, Economic and Political Change after Communism. The contributions 1) deal with a retrospective stock-taking of twenty years of social and economic transformation after the end of European communism and 2) take a look at the years of post-communist transformation as a prehistory of transition between stages in the development of global capitalism.

The contributions focus on the impact of rapid social and institutional change on personality development and economic activities. This view into the psycho-social (Personality Development and Social Change) and economic (Varieties of Captitalism in Central Eastern Europe After EU Accession & Business Dynamics in the Transformation Process of Post-Socialist Societies) foundations of the great post-communist transformation is complemented by a look at the elites (Elites after Transition) involved in shaping and directing these developments.

Allen Abonnentinnen und Abonnenten von H-Soz-u-Kult bieten wir die neu erschienene HSR-Ausgabe Vol. 35 (2010) No. 2 zu einem Sonderpreis von € 12,- an.

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

CONTENTS

SPECIAL ISSUE
Heinrich Best, Katharina Bluhm, Michael Fritsch & Rainer K. Silbereisen (Eds.):
Transitions – Transformations: Trajectories of Social, Economic and Political Change after Communism / Transitionen – Transformationen: Trajektorien des sozialen, wirtschaftlichen und politischen Wandels nach dem Kommunismus

Editorial

ELITES AFTER TRANSITION

Heinrich Best
Transitions, Transformations and the Role of Elites. Seite 9

Károly Szabó
Forming of New Elites. The Hungarian Case. Seite 13

Oxana Gaman-Golutvina
Russian Society and Elites in 1989-2009: Transformation Results and Future Perspectives. Seite 41

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL CHANGE

Rainer K. Silbereisen & Martin J. Tomasik
Development as Action in Changing Contexts: Perspectives from Six Countries. Seite 57

John Bynner
Youth Transitions and Changing Labour Markets: Germany and England in the Late 1980s. Seite 76

Ingrid Schoon
Planning for the Future: Changing Education Expectations in Three British Cohorts. Seite 99

Jungsik Kim, Sik Hung Ng & Jihyun Kim
Psychological Trauma of Rapid Social Transformations: Korea’s Economic Crisis and Hong Kong after the Reunification. Seite 120

Cigdem Kagitcibasi
Changing Life Styles-Changing Competencies: Turkish Migrant Youth in Europe. Seite 151

Rand D. Conger, Thomas K.Schofield, Katherine J. Conger & Tricia K. Neppl
Economic Pressure, Parent Personality and Child Development: An Interactionist Analysis. Seite 169

VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM IN CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE AFTER EU ACCESSION

Katharina Bluhm
Theories of Capitalism Put to the Test: Introduction to a Debate on Central and Eastern Europe. Seite 197

David Lane
Post-Socialist States and the World Economy: The Impact of Global Economic Crisis. Seite 218

Arjan Vliegenthart
Bringing Dependency Back In: The Economic Crisis in Post-socialist Europe and the Continued Relevance of Dependent Development. Seite 242

Jan Drahokoupil & Martin Myant
Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Vulnerabilities: Financial Crisis and its Impact on Welfare States in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Seite 266

BUSINESS DYNAMICS IN THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF POST-SOCIALIST SOCIETIES

Michael Fritsch
Business Dynamics in the Transformation Process of Post-Socialist Societies – An Introduction. Seite 299

Alexander Chepurenko
Small Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Activity of Population in Russia in the Context of the Economic Transformation. Seite 301

David Smallbone & Friederike Welter
Entrepreneurship and the Role of Government in Post-Socialist Economies: Some Institutional Challenges. Seite 320

Hartmut Lehmann
The Evolution of Labor Relations Inside a Russian Firm During Late Transition: Evidence from Personnel Data. Seite 334

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