A Russian Puzzle. What Makes the Russian Economy Transformation a Special Case
This paper seeks to explain, why Russian (and CIS) economic transformation was neither a shock therapy nor a gradual transition case, but instead followed a sort of middle-ground inconsistent shock therapy path.
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