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When does the Russian Ship come Home? A Critical Assessment of the Russian Privatization


  • Tsenzharik, Maria

    (Economics Department, Saint Pertersburg University)


This paper provides a critical view of the process of large-scale privatization in Russia. The author analyses the offered model of privatization and possible reasons of choosing it. The new owners of the former state property are considered. A large part of the paper is devoted to evaluating changes in the industrial structure of Russia.

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  • Tsenzharik, Maria, 1995. "When does the Russian Ship come Home? A Critical Assessment of the Russian Privatization," East European Series 22, Institute for Advanced Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:ihs:ihsrop:22

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