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Tendencies and problems of economical insolvency (bankruptcy) institution development in Belarus: 1991 - 2005

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  • Aliaksei P. Smolski

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    (Belarus State Economic University)

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The paper investigates becoming and development of bankruptcy institution in Republic of Belarus after USSR disintegration. It shows the approaches of government to regulation of bankruptcy at different stages of transitional economy development and its current state. The economical, legal and political problems of bankruptcy institution application in Belarus are reviewed.

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Paper provided by Socionet in its series Law and Economics with number smolski_aliaksei.39168-b1.

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Date of creation: 07 Sep 2006
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Handle: RePEc:nos:wuwple:smolski_aliaksei.39168-b1

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Keywords: bankruptcy; Belarus; insolvency; transition economy;

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