The Problems of Foreign Capital Participation in Russia’s Privatization

  • Yuri Adjubei

Abstract

Privatization has been, so far, one of the most visible achievements of market economic reforms in Russia. Along with economic stabilization and institution-building, privatization creates prerequisites of structural transformation and economic efficiency gains in the future. This opportunity is generated by the emergence of new private enterprise owners, changes in managerial elites and improved corporate governance.

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© Patrick Artisien, Matija Rojec and Marjan Svetličič 1993

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