The Post-Soviet Economy: Soviet and Western Perspectives
Pinter Publishers, 1992 - Economic stabilization - 222 pages
In the context of the Soviet economic crisis of 1991, this work offers the views of 12 economists - half from the USSR, half from the West. While all agree on the need for a market economy, the Soviet writers here argue for a markedly more gradual change than do their Western counterparts.
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The Soviet Economy from Crisis to Catastrophe Grigorii
Public Attitudes to the Transition Vladimir Kosmarskii
Trends in Employment and Unemployment Susanne
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