Policy options for reform of Chinese state-owned enterprises: proceedings of a symposium in Beijing, June 1995, Parts 63-335
Studies of Economies in Transformation No. 17R. Russian edition. Redefines the role of government during the transition of Russia from a command economy to a market based economy. The role of government in investment financing is one of the major issues dominating public debate on economic policy in the former Soviet Union. This study describes and analyses recent investment trends, changes in structural patterns, and policies in Russia. The author examines five key aspects of economic policy and investment: price distortions; uncertainty; inflation; the legal, regulatory, and security framework; and the tax regime. The study also outlines the principles and major building blocks of a new market-based investment policy in the former Soviet Union, the scope of government-financed investment, and the management and instruments of that investment. Also available in English: (ISBN 0-8213-3202-3) Stock No. 13202.
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