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Политика Реформ, Начальные Условия И Трансформационный Спад

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  • Катышев П.К.
  • Полтерович В.М.

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Выдвигается и аргументируется гипотеза о том, что масштабы трансформационного спада в переходных экономиках в последнем десятилетии XX в. определялись не только предрефор-менными начальными условиями, но и политикой приватизации. Приведены результаты регрессионных расчетов, подтверждающие эту гипотезу. Показано, что потери ВВП за 9 лет после начала реформ были тем больше, чем радикальнее осуществлялась приватизация в начале реформ. Расчеты показывают также, что правительства выбирали начальные темпы либерализации цен и внешней торговли, учитывая начальные условия. Этим, возможно, объясняется тот факт, что в регрессиях темпы либерализации оказываются незначимыми.

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Volume (Year): 42 (2006)
Issue (Month): 4 (октябрь)
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