Russian Economic Reform at Risk
Leading academics, ministers of state and practitioners - combine theory with practice to present the latest views on the underlying economic trends in Russia, which often appear in conflict with everyday political events. The most crucial issues confronting Russia today: dilemmas of the role, the role of the West; macroeconomic developments; and the problems and achievements of privatisation, receive serious critical analysis and assessment. An impressive and informative collection of essays, Russian Economic Reform at Risk under the editorship of Anders Aslund, is the book to consult for an up-to-date critique of Russia's economic situation.
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