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Regional administrations and firms: forms of negotiating opportunities


  • G.V.Untura
  • A.V. Evseenko
  • V.S. Zverev


It is shown that Russian transition from central model of management of the economy to liberal one was too fast. Many mechanisms of the former type of management ceased to act while new market mechanisms based on relevant legislation are only at inception stage. The authors believe that creation of institutional environment for interaction of various types of economic agents can be facilitated through agreements - analogues of ethical codes of firms - made between firms acting in the area and the regional administration representing the economic and social interests of region's residents. These agreements, the result of negotiations and compromises, will be beneficial to both parties as well as to any newly joining firm.

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  • G.V.Untura & A.V. Evseenko & V.S. Zverev, 2001. "Regional administrations and firms: forms of negotiating opportunities," Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology", Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS, vol. 1, pages 152-164.
  • Handle: RePEc:nos:regioe:2001-1_9
    Note: Issues of Local Government and Municipal Development

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