Институциональная Структура Современной России: Эволюционная Модернизация
[Institutional structure of modern Russia: evolutionary modernization]
The main idea of the paper is to explain the essence of transformation of the Russian economy on the basis of the new institutional matrices theory developed by the author. The paper focuses on the objective process of self-organization of socioeconomic structure on the given stage of Russia"s development. It concludes that centralized regulation of the process of economic development will strengthen; at the same time, market elements will ever more actively be infused and spread; the result will be the expanded liberalization of market together with strong state regulation but acting under a more strict, flexible and committed system of state control.
|Date of creation:||Oct 2004|
|Publication status:||Published in Voprosy Economiki (2004): pp. 89-98|
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