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|dc.description.abstract||The paper is organized in the following way. The first section outlines the basicconceptual framework, emphasizing the symbiotic relationship between economicsand politics. Social orders are defined and are shown to differ in the degree to whichcompetition is prevalent, and the extent to which this competition is resolvedaccording to impersonal, universally enforced rules. The second section proposes anexplanation for the variation in how competition is channeled across the postcommunistregion. It is suggested that different patterns of integration with theinternational economy, as manifested in the structure of a country’s export profile,can help increase our understanding of the sources of social order across the region.The third section provides some preliminary evidence to support this explanation.||en|
|dc.relation.ispartofseries|||aOrdnungspolitische Diskurse |x2009-04||en_US|
|dc.title||Economic structure and social order type in post-communist Europe||en_US|
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