Markets Versus Hierarchies: A Political Economy of Russia from the 10th Century To 2008
Historians have often debate why political factors have dominated economic developments in Russian history, but never as systematically as in this ambitious interdisciplinary study. . . An excellent, highly original work. It will interest a broad scholarl
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18th century administration appanage Baker and Glasser became Boettke Bolsheviks boyars bribes bureaucrats capital cent central Chapter Church commune cooperation court created Duma economic economic shortages elections elite enterprises entrepreneurs example exchange factory favour foreign groups hierarchies Hittle Hoffman horizontal networks ibid illegal income individuals industry instance institutions investment Khodorkovsky Kiev Rus Kliuchevskii Kliuchevskii 1957 Kula ring labour land landowners managers Mavor ment merchants military monopoly Moscow Muscovite officials Old Believers oligarchs organization Osokina ownership party peasants personal connections Pipes political population posad positions post-Soviet pre-revolutionary princes privileges production Putin reforms regime regional relationships rent seeking role rubles rule Russian Sakharov serfs shortages Slavophiles social networks society Solov’ev St Petersburg state’s status strong tion towns townsmen trade trust Tsar United Russia urban vertical networks War Communism Western Wirtschafter workers Yeltsin