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Retrospective Analysis of the Industrial Policy of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union in the Context of the Development of Competition
[Ретроспективный Анализ Промышленной Политики В Российской Империи И Ссср В Контексте Развития Конкуренции]

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  • Kurdin, Alexander A. (Курдин, Александр)

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The paper assesses the industrial policy of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union in the XVIII-XX centuries. in terms of their effects on competition. The pro-competitive and anti-competitive practices of industrial policy are identified by the economic and historical analysis, the reasons for the application of differenet types of measures and their impact are identified and assessed. The author shows that despite the long tradition of selective industrial policy, the pro-competitive instruments have also been an important element of the Russian government's policies in different historical periods and often led to relatively successful results.

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  • Kurdin, Alexander A. (Курдин, Александр), 2017. "Retrospective Analysis of the Industrial Policy of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union in the Context of the Development of Competition [Ретроспективный Анализ Промышленной Политики В Российско," Working Papers 021703, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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