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Стратегии Институциональных Реформ. Китай И Россия


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  • Полтерович В.М.


Представлена вторая часть работы, посвященной проблеме выбора стратегии институциональной реформы. В первой части было введено понятие перспективной траектории, имеющей высокие шансы на успех благодаря выполнению определенных требований; их перечень был детально обоснован. В данной статье описанный ранее аналитический аппарат используется для сопоставления реформ в Китае и в России. Показано, что начальные условия не давали Китаю значительных преимуществ, однако китайские реформаторы в противоположность российским следовали теоретическим рекомендациям, выбирая в качестве стратегий перспективные траектории. Этот факт, с одной стороны, объясняет различие в результатах реформ, а с другой - является аргументом в пользу предлагаемой теории.

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Article provided by Центральный Экономико-Математический Институт (ЦЭМИ) in its journal Экономика и математические методы.

Volume (Year): 42 (2006)
Issue (Month): 2 (апрель)

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