Informal Institutional Arrangements and Tax Evasion in the Russian Economy
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005
, Economic Herald of the Donbas 2014 No. 4(383) P. 5-11
In the 1990s The Russian transitional economy was characterized by many adverse economic processes, but the very important are two of these ones. The first one was the long and biggest fall in output and fixed capital investment. The second was monetary degradation which is increase of primitive mediums of exchange and means of payment ...
Added: October 9, 2015
, Прикладная эконометрика 2017 Т. 47 С. 5-27
In this paper the methodology for disaggregated macroeconomic model of the Russian economy of 1990-2010s is given. In this model the following main sectors of the Russian economy are considered: the real sector (subsectors EOM (export-oriented markets), DOM (domestic oriented markets), EM (natural monopolies)), the financial sector, the population. We try to explain why the ...
Added: May 17, 2018
, , in: Russia in a Changing World. .: Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.. Ch. 4. P. 71-90.
The future of the Russian economy depends on several major factors: national institutions for development, human capital, technological and financial resources, and external environment. As a country with long-term ambitions, Russia is prioritizing the prosperity of its citizens, strategic security, and reviving the arts and sciences. Russia’s economic restructuring is unique in its complexity following ...
Added: May 19, 2020