Resource Dependence and Quality of Institutes in Russian Regions
AbstractStatistical evidences that some transmission channels of «resource curse» operate in Russian economy at regional level are received. Incomes from export of power resources and gratuitous federal transfers play a role in increase of officialdom, in distortion of regional elite behavior, and also influence the level of poverty and inequality in the Russian regions.
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