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The Russian economy is an enigma to the West. Is it a sleeping giant or on the point of break-up and collapse? This collection of papers is the first to offer a coherent, broad-based, and comprehensive overview of all aspects of the Russian economic experience in the 1990s. Drawing from both East and West, it will be essential reading for all those trying to understand just where Russia is now, how it got there, and where it is going.
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Brigitte Granville is Head of the International Economics Programme, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, and Director of CAIS, Moscow. Peter Oppenheimer is Fellow of Christ Church, University of Oxford, where he was previously Tutor in Economics. Since April 2000 he has been President of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies.
1. Introduction; 2. The Political and Societal Environment of Economic Policy; 3. Dimensions of Transition; 4. The Problem of Monetary Stablization; 5. Taxation and Public Expenditure; 6. Privatization and the Structure of Enterprise Ownership; 7. The Banking Sector; 8. Financial Markets; 9. External Trade and Payments; 10. The Oil Industry: Structural Transformation and Corporate Governance; 11. The Labour Market; 12. The Development of Small Enterprises; 13. The Reform of Agriculture; 14. Housing and Utility Services; 15. Regional Income Differences; 16. Poverty; 17. The Health Sector: Illness, Medical Care, and Mortality