[Totalitarianism and Laissez-faire: A meditation on Russian Market]
AbstractThis book is about how economics, politics, culture and history together have shaped the environment in which business activities unfold in Russian Federation today, and the tradeoffs and dilemmas the government had to face as well as the newest market problems, in which 30 wholesale markets in Russia were used as specific examples.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 26201.
Date of creation: 24 Jun 2010
Date of revision: 07 Jul 2010
Publication status: Published in China Modern Economic Publishing House ISBN987511903051.CIP(20(2010): pp. 1-250
economics; politics; culture; history; Russian Federation; markets; international marketing; ethnic marketing; multicultural marketing;
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