By Iraj Hoshi
The rebirth of pageant and the huge "exit" that has resulted are one of the most vital advancements in vital Europe because the death of Communism. this article examines why, how, and to what quantity businesses have diminished their measurement or left the marketplace altogether through the first years of the transition from socialism to capitalism within the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.
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Hungary's law was sim- Page 15 pler and better designed than those of the other two countries, particularly better than that of the Czech Republic, and the law included an automatic trigger that countered creditor passivity and led immediately to a massive wave of bankruptcy filings. The experience spurred extensive institutional development in the courts and the trustee profession, but the skewed incentives facing creditorsresulting in part from successive bank recapitalizations and the introduction of a second, poorly designed, albeit temporary, classical exit mechanismprevented the process from working ideally.
They show that enormous downsizing occurred in all three countries, particularly in the second year and subsequent years after stabilization. 3 Employment tended to decline slower than sales (with a lag of at least one year) but eventually caught up, reversing the initial decline in labor productivity. Certainly in the Czech Republic and Poland, and probably also in Hungary, informal downsizing has been the most significant form of exit in transition to date. Chapter 5, by Iraj Hoshi, Jan Mládek, and Alison Sinclair, begins the analysis of classical exit mechanisms in transition economies by focusing on the Czech Republic.
Irena Grosfeld discusses the links between exit mechanisms and other economic processes, including financial discipline (and the credibility of regime change), privatization, the restructuring of markets and individual firms, the allocation of management skills, and the development of financial systems. She emphasizes the importance of exit mechanisms, including liquidation processes, in unbundling assets and there-by stimulating changes in the structure of markets and production. The author concludes that the short-term negative impact of exit on employment is overshadowed by the more positive long-term effectas assets move to better uses that generate greater efficiency, increased demand for labor, and higher productivity.
Enterprise Exit Processes in Transition Economies by Iraj Hoshi