The dramatic fall in Russia’s industrial production has not been reflected in massive layoffs, due largely to paternalistic practices and subsidies to unprofitable enterprises. But such strategies hinder industrial restructuring and may cause more joblessness in the long term by PENNY MORVANT RUSSIAN AND WESTERN observers have long predicted that unemployment and the concomitant fall […]

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