Emergence des groupes et Corporate Governance en Russie
AbstractLa Russie en transition post-socialiste a echoue a restructurer son industrie. Cet article montre en quoi l'evolution des formes de controle et de financement des entreprises durant la transition n'a pas donne place a un modele coherent permettant la restructuration industrielle. En effet, trois modeles de propriete, de financement et de controle des entreprises sont possibles. Le premier, qualifie d’"insido-bancaire", associe une propriete dominee par les insiders, un financement principalement bancaire et un controle par le mecanisme de faillite.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by CEPII research center in its journal Economie Internationale.
Volume (Year): (1999)
Issue (Month): 77 ()
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- Catherine Locatelli, 2000. "Les conditions de transposition des institutions de marché dans les économies en transition (Russie) : le cas de l'énergie," Post-Print halshs-00177802, HAL.
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