AI and Society 8 (2):151-163 (1994)
|Abstract||After the collapse of the command structures of the party-state in society and economy, it appeared that the integrative mechanisms as they are developing now in the post-socialist countries have a very limited cohesiveness in the sense that they can not easily support disequilibria and resist disruptions. The asynchronous collapse of old and developing of new integrative mechanisms created integrational vacuums at various levels. The dynamics of this process of conflicting time scales created additional problems of cohesion in each of the domains. It appeared that (dis)integration processes in politics and economics are closely interrelated. Marketization in itself offered enforced fragmentation rather than furthering cohesÃon. The link between cohesion within Central and Eastern Europe and Europe at large is also discussed here|
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