Since 1989, the Russian economy has undergone tremendous structural changes, with remarkably little net investment. Yet the effects of such changes may not have been entirely beneficiali> by PHILIP HANSON RUSSIA’S ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION has been slow and painful. Controlling inflation – a critical element – has taken longer and been accompanied by a much larger […]

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