Transformation of Ownership Relations and Comparative Analysis of the Russian Regions
The main objectives of the present research are the identification of main regularities of the emergence of a new property rights system within privatization process in the conditions of transitional economy in Russia and its single regions (on the basis of evaluation of privatization models of the ‘90s), the identification of the crucial challenges of theoretic and applied nature from the perspective of government regulation, and the elaboration of the respective applied recommendations for improvement an economic policy at the federal an regional level. The empirical evaluation is focused on the problems of a comparative research into the dynamics of the non-government sector in the Russian regions and finding out the correlation between the level of its development and some indices of economic and political development in the regions. It should be noted that Chapters 4-7 of the present research should be considered together, because to avoid duplication, the authors do not repeat the findings of the qualitative evaluation and allow themselves only a brief interpretation of empirical output (wherever possible), implying a detailed analysis presented in other Chapters. All the data bases and the majority of calculations have been put in Annexes for chapters 5-6 that are available in Russian version of the publication, at the IET web-site.
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