Estimating Russia's Impact on the Economic Performance of the Commonwealth of Independent States since 1991: The Cases of the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine
This paper finds that Russia’s traditional forms of influence on growth in the case-study countries have generally declined during transition (with the notable exception of Tajikistan). Countries that have integrated into the global economy and undertaken robust domestic policy and structural reforms have overcome inherited economic distortions and reduced their ties with the CIS and Russia to a greater degree. However, new forms of economic linkage with Russia are emerging, most of which could have a significant impact on the key determinants of growth.
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