Structural Change during Transition: Is Russia Becoming a Service Economy?
AbstractThis paper analyses the structural change in Russia during the transition from the planned to a market economy. With regard to the famous three sector hypothesis, broad economic sectors were formed as required by this theory. The computation of their shares at GNP at market prices using Input-Output tables, and the adjustment of results from distortions, generated as side effects of tax avoidance practices, shows results that clearly reject claims that Russia would be on the road to a post-industrial service economy. Instead, at least until 2001, a tendency of "primarisation" could be observed, that presents Russia closer to less-developed countries.
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Russian Federation; Deindustrialisation; Natural Resources; Conversion;
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- P28 - Economic Systems - - Socialist Systems and Transition Economies - - - Natural Resources; Environment
- H26 - Public Economics - - Taxation, Subsidies, and Revenue - - - Tax Evasion
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