Russia’s transition from a state-run to a capitalist economy has been a struggle between ‘rent-seeking,’ carried out by self-serving individuals hoping to reap large personal benefits, and those who support reforms that would affect a large segment of society by ANDERS ASLUND LOOKING BACK UPON RUSSIA’S TRANSFORmation from a command economy to a market economy, […]

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