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Institutional Transition and Local Self-Government in Russia

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  • Adrian Campbell

    () (The International Development Department, University of Birmingham)

  • Satoshi Mizobata

    () (Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University)

  • Kazuho Yokogawa

    () (Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University)

  • Elena Denezhkina

    () (European Research Institute, Birmingham University)

Abstract

This paper includes the following parts: 1) "Vertical or Triangle? Local, regional and federal government in the Russian Federation after Law 131.", by Adrian Campbell, and 2) comments to the paper "Softness and hardness of the institutions in Russian ocal self-government" by Satoshi Mizobata, 3) "Local budget and local self-government in Russia" by Kazuho Yokogawa and 4) "The Struggle for Power in the Urals" by Adrian Campbell and Elena Denezhkina.

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  • Adrian Campbell & Satoshi Mizobata & Kazuho Yokogawa & Elena Denezhkina, 2007. "Institutional Transition and Local Self-Government in Russia," KIER Working Papers 640, Kyoto University, Institute of Economic Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:kyo:wpaper:640
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