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Systemic Transformation and Direct Foreign Investment in Russia: Problems and Solution

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Abstract

After six years of market reforms in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), their effectiveness is still subject to constant debate. The social and economic prospects of the region remain rather dim. Predictably, one school of analysts takes a rather negative view of the results of this unprecedented systemic transformation. Others, on the contrary, gravitate towards optimism. Both, however, have serious reasons for their opposing conclusions.

Keywords

Foreign Direct Investment Foreign Investment Systemic Transformation Foreign Capital Capital Inflow 
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