Die soziale Komponente in der Wirtschaftsordnung der Russischen Foederation
AbstractStarting from some specific characteristics of the Russian economy and society and a description of essential elements of Russia’s transition to a market economy which is gaining momentum since 1990 the article describes the basic elements of the economic order of the Russian Federation, especially the legal basis, forms of ownership, the monetary and currency order, the financial order and the foreign trade and payments order. On the background of the massive social problems which are connected with the transition to a market economy, the social regulations within the economic order of the Russian Federation and the problems in connection with the implementation of these regulations are analyzed.
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Russian Federation; economic order; social problems; social policy;
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