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Между Геополитическими Рифами: Экономическое Развитие Армении В Минувшее Двадцатилетие
[Between geopolitical reefs: Armenia's economic development in the past two decades]

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  • Vardomsky L.B.

Рассмотрено социально-экономическое развитие Армении за истекшее двадцатилетие. Выявлены причины и последствия деиндустриализации 1990-х годов, а также предпосылки и макроэкономические последствия строительного бума. Показаны особенности проявления мирового финансового кризиса в Армении. The author considers the socio-economic development of Armenia over the past two decades. The article identified the causes and consequences of de-industrialization of the 1990s, as well as assumptions and macroeconomic consequences of the construction boom. The author reveals the specific features of manifestation of the world financial crisis in Armenia.

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Paper provided by Institute of Economics in its series Working papers with number y:2012:vardomsky:2.

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Length: 11 pages
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Publication status: Published in Белорусский экономический журнал
Handle: RePEc:rua:wpaper:y:2012:vardomsky:2
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