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TitleRussian transformations [electronic resource] : challenging the global narrative / edited by Leo McCann
Imprint London ; New York, N.Y. : RoutledgeCurzon, 2004
Connect tohttp://marc.crcnetbase.com/isbn/9780203463369
Descript x, 250 p

CONTENT

Introduction to Russian transformations / Leo McCann -- Historical and theoretical observations -- The nomenklatura's passive revolution in Russia in the neoliberal era / Pinar Bedihanoglu -- Globalization po-russki or, what really happened in August 1998? / Anastasia Nesvetailova -- The social organisation of the Russian industrial enterprise in the period of transition / Gregory schwartz -- Empirical investigations -- From socialist camp to a global village? : globalization and the imaginary landscapes of postsocialism / Olga Shevchenko and Yakov Schukin -- The development of the oil and gas industries in Russia / Ella Akerman -- Novosibirsk : the globalization of Siberia / Sarah Busse Spencer -- Why work off the books? community, household, and individual determinants of informal economic activity in post-Soviet Russia / Caleb Southworth and Leontina Hormel -- Embeddedness, markets, and the state : observations from Tatarstan / Leo McCann -- The development of post-Soviet neo-paternalism in two enterprises in Bashkortostan : how familial-type management moves firms and workers away from labor markets / Caleb Southworth -- Theoretical reflections -- Russia and globalisation : concluding comments / Richard Sakwa


Globalization Petroleum reserves -- Russia (Federation) Natural gas reserves -- Russia (Federation) International economic relations Russia (Federation) -- Economic conditions -- 1991- Russia (Federation) -- Economic policy -- 1991- Russia (Federation) -- Economic conditions -- 1991- -- Regional disparities Electronic books.



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