Dividing the Spoils : Pensions, Privatization, and Reform in Russia's Transition / Branko Milanovic Kapstein, Ethan B

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Kapstein, Ethan B
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Privatization - Russia (Federation) - Econometric models.; Russia (Federation) - Economic policy - Econometric models.; Fiscal policy - Russia (Federation) - Econometric models.
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"The gains from the transition in post-communist Russia were captured by the new managerial class, which won rents from the state in the form of privatized enterprises, state subsidies, credits, and opportunities for tax evasion. Those rents reduced state revenues that could have supported social policy-- including pension reform, which in turn could have fueled industrial restructuring. With neither pension reform nor industrial restructuring, Russia's economy has continued to shrink"--Cover.
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