Comparative Oligarchy: Russia, Ukraine and the United States
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- Libman, Alexander, 2006.
"Zum Spannungsfeld zwischen staatlicher und privater Wirtschaft am Beispiel der postsowjetischen Staaten
[On the interaction of public and private businesses: Example of the post-Soviet space]," MPRA Paper 10941, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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KeywordsOligarchy; Russia; Ukraine; economic system; politics; property rights; legal reform;
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