Hungary in Transition
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Examining Hungary's political and economic transition in the 1980s and early 1990s illuminates the struggles of all of the Soviet satellite countries at the time. In this seminar, Columbia University professor of sociology David Stark examines Hungary's political and economic structures before and after the fall of Communism. He provides a case study of communist-sanctioned entrepreneurial factory practices that helped smooth the eventual transition to a market economy, and looks at the use of media and metaphor in the new publicly held elections in Hungary in 1989-90.
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