The organizational and legal mechanism of control of the insolvency and bankruptcy institution as an economic growth factor
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The legal and organizational mechanism of regulating the bankruptcy and insolvency institution in Russia is considered, as is its specifics and its impact on the efficiency of the economic system as a whole. The practical administration of bankruptcy legislation is assessed and some recommendations are given aimed at the further improvement in the mechanisms for crisis management of insolvent companies.
KeywordsRUSSIAN Economic Development Legal Mechanism Insolvency Proceeding Insolvency Regulation Corporate Bankruptcy
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