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Russian economic reforms as seen by an insider : success or failure?

Author: V A Mau; Royal Institute of International Affairs. International Economics Programme.
Publisher: London : Royal Institute of International Affairs, International Economics Programme ; Washington, D.C. : Distributed worldwide by the Brookings Institution, 2000.
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This text uses arguments from the Whither Reform? to reflect on the Russian transformation. It shows that most of the criticisms originate from a complete ignorance of the transformation that Russia had to undertake.
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Mau, V.A. (Vladimir Aleksandrovich).
Russian economic reforms as seen by an insider.
London : Royal Institute of International Affairs, International Economics Programme ; Washington, D.C. : Distributed worldwide by the Brookings Institution, 2000
(OCoLC)655711398
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: V A Mau; Royal Institute of International Affairs. International Economics Programme.
ISBN: 1862031088 9781862031081
OCLC Number: 44716420
Description: x, 56 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. The failure of Russian economic reforms --
The Chinese experience has been ignored --
The role of financial stabilization --
The Russian privatization experience --
The roots of the reformers' errors: the professors' approach --
3. The post-communist transformation in Russia as a special case --
The weak state and the revolution --
The beginning of the post-communist reforms: Jacobins, Bolsheviks and contemporary Russia --
Privatization and the weak state --
4. Conclusion.
Responsibility: Vladimir Mau.

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Russia's struggle to build a market economy on the ruins of central planning has been strongly criticized by Western observers. A paper by the World Bank's chief economist, Joseph Stiglitz, entitled  Read more...

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