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Bogomil Ferfila and Paul Phillips trace the course of the political economy of Slovenia from its position as a constituent republic of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia through independence to its present status as an independent nation. They emphasize Slovenia's transition from a socialist self-managed economy to a social market economy, its approach to Europe, and consequent transformation of its economic institutions. The book concludes with a discussion of Slovenia's position within the world and European economies, particularly its movement and policies toward integration into the European Union. Filling a void in the literature on the transition of the Slovenian economy and its institutions, this volume will appeal to scholars and students of Slovakia and economic development.