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Developing securities markets in a socialist country: the case of Hungary

Author: Young, S. David INSEAD Area: Accounting and ControlIn: Journal of International Securities Markets, winter 1989 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 401-408.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask the Library for this articleAbstract: This paper analyses the development of Hungary's stock and bond markets in the context of recent political and economic developments. The view that capital markets are indispensable to Hungary's economic development is now widely accepted among its leaders. However, structural problems common to Eastern Europe -such as a shortage of qualified market professionals and accounting rules designed more for use by socialist planners, than by capitalist investors- hinder foreign investment and, therefore, capital market development
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This paper analyses the development of Hungary's stock and bond markets in the context of recent political and economic developments. The view that capital markets are indispensable to Hungary's economic development is now widely accepted among its leaders. However, structural problems common to Eastern Europe -such as a shortage of qualified market professionals and accounting rules designed more for use by socialist planners, than by capitalist investors- hinder foreign investment and, therefore, capital market development

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