The Rise and Fall of Privatization in the Russian Oil Industry
This book is a study of the actors and institutions that shaped decision-making on privatization in the Russian oil industry between 1992 and 2006. Li-Chen analyzes the origins of privatization as a policy on a macro, industry-wide level, as well as presenting three in-depth case studies of privatization on a company level.
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The Initiation and Spread of Privatization
Case Study of YUKOS
Case Study of Slavneft
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actors Al'fa Alekperov Aleksandr Andrey assets auction Author's interview behaviour Belarus Berezovskiy Bogdanchikov bureaucratic capital Chechnya Chernomyrdin Chubays cited company's corporatized December decree deputy divestment Dmitriy Duma elites Energy enterprises Europe-Asia Studies fact Fomin foreign former Gaydar gazeta Gazprom Gutseriev holding company Inkombank institutions interests International investment investors July Khodorkovskiy Kommersant Kommersant'-Daily loans-for-shares scheme LUKoil Menatep Mezhprombank Mikhail million Ministry Mintopenergo Moscow Muravlenko Nezavisimaya gazeta nomenklatura Novaya gazeta November October oil companies oil industry oil production oil sector ownership pipeline political Post-Soviet Affairs president presidential Privatisation Putilov Putin rational choice refinery result role Rosneft Rosneftegaz Russian Federation Russian oil industry September Sergey Shafranik shareholders shares Sibneft SIDANKO Slavneft Soviet oil stake state-owned state's strategy subsidiaries Surgutneftegaz tion tycoons University Press Vedomosti Viktor VIOCs Vladimir Washington DC Yel'tsin young reformers Yuganskneftegaz YUKOS YUKOS affair YUKOS's