The Russian banking system is the result of the difficult and somehow still uncompleted transition of the country from a planned to a market economy, started in the late 1980s with M.Gorbachev’s reforms.


Banking System International Financial Reporting Standard Credit Institution Russian Banking Central Federal District 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.


Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.


  1. Aganbegjan, A.G., Ciocca, P.L., Sylos Labini, P. and Zacharov, V.S. (1988) Perestroika e ristrutturazione produttiva (Il Mulino).Google Scholar
  2. Ahrend, R. (2006) ‘Russia’s Post-crisis Growth: Its Sources and Prospects for Continuation’, Europe-Asia Studies. Google Scholar
  3. Ahrend, R. and Tompson, W. (2005) ‘Fifteen Years of Economic Reform in Russia: What has been achieved? What remains to be done?’ Economic Department Working Papers No. 430, (OECD).Google Scholar
  4. Alexander, W.E., Hoelscher, D.S. and Fuchs, M. (2000) ‘Banking System Restructuring in Russia’, IMF, Conference on Post-Election Strategy (Moscow, 5–7 April).Google Scholar
  5. Association of Russian Regional Banks (2006) ‘Mortgage Development in Russia in the Context of International Experience’, IV International Banking Forum, Russian Banks — XXI Century (Sochi, 7–10 September).Google Scholar
  6. Barisitz, S. (2004) ‘Distorted Incentives Fading?’ The Evolution of the Russian Banking Sector since Perestroika, in Focus on European Economic Integration’, (Österreichische Nationalbank Eurosystem).Google Scholar
  7. Barnard, G. and Thomsen, P.M. (2002) ‘Financial Sector Reform in Russia: Recent Experience, Priorities, and Impact on Economic Growth and Stability’, IMF, Conference on Russian Banking Sector (London, 3–4 December).Google Scholar
  8. Boffito, C. (1994) ‘Il sistema bancario russo’ (Banca Commerciale Italiana, Ufficio Studi).Google Scholar
  9. Caselli, G.P and Koutznetzov, D. (2005) La riforma del sistema bancario russo dal piano al mercato: un cammino lungo venti anni, No. 10 (Bancaria).Google Scholar
  10. Chapman, S.A. (2001) ‘La crisi finanziaria e il sistema bancario russo. Un’analisi critica della ristrutturazione’, No. 3 (Economia, Società e Istituzioni).Google Scholar
  11. Corda-Stanley, S. and Synnott, D. (1996) Banking in Russia (FT Financial Publishing).Google Scholar
  12. European Central Bank (2005) ‘Challenges for Banking Sector Stability in Russia and the Euro Area’, ECB background paper to the Joint High-Level Eurosystem — Bank of Russia Seminar, St. Petersburg 12–14 October).Google Scholar
  13. Gavrilenkov, E. (1997) ‘Banking, Privatization and Economic Growth in Russia’, in P.J.J. Welfens and H.C. Wolf (eds), Banking, International Capital Flows and Growth in Europe (Springer).Google Scholar
  14. Georgieva, K. (2006) BRIC Countries in Comparative Perspective (World Bank).Google Scholar
  15. Kozlov, A. (2005) ‘Banking Supervision Principles and Framework in Russia’, in M. Olsen (ed.) Banking Supervision: European Experience and Russian Practice (EU-Russia Cooperation Programme, Central Bank Training III).Google Scholar
  16. Ledeneva, A.V. (2002) ‘Underground Banking in Russia’, Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol. Five, No. 4.Google Scholar
  17. Litwack, J.M. (1994) ‘Corporate Governance, Banks, and Fiscal Reform in Russia’, Corporate Governance in Transitional Economies, Insider Control and Role of Banks, Economic Development Institute of The World Bank, 99–213.Google Scholar
  18. Putin, V. (2006) ‘Opening Address at the State Council Presidium Session’, 14 November, President of Russia Official Web Portal.Google Scholar
  19. Standard & Poor’s (2005) ‘Transparency And Disclosure By Russian Banks: Disclosure Practices Of Russian Banks Currently Dismal’ (S&P).Google Scholar
  20. Standard & Poor’s (2006) ‘Bank Industry Risk Analysis: Russian Federation’, (S&P).Google Scholar
  21. Stern, N. and Hicks, J. (1996) ‘The Transition in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union: Some Strategic Lessons from the Experience of 25 Countries over Six Years’, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, (EBRD).Google Scholar
  22. Stieglitz, J.E. (2002) La globalizzazione e i suoi oppositori (Einaudi).Google Scholar
  23. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation (2000–2007) ‘Banking Supervision Report’.Google Scholar
  24. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation (2000–2007) ‘Bulletin of Banking Statistics’. Google Scholar
  25. Tompson, W. (2004) ‘Banking Reform in Russia: Problems and Prospects’, Economic Department Working Papers No. 410, (OECD).CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  26. Tompson, W. (2002) ‘The Present and Future of Banking Reform’, in D. Lane (ed.), Russian Banking: Evolution, Problems and Prospects (London, E.Elgar), 56–78.Google Scholar
  27. Tompson, W. (2000) ‘Nothing Learned, Nothing Forgotten: Restructuring Without Reform in Russia’s Banking Sector’, Shaping the Economic Space in Russia, (Ashgate), 65–101.Google Scholar
  28. Trust Investment Bank (2005) ‘Fixed Income Research. Russian Banks: Safe Enough for Your Money?’Google Scholar
  29. World Bank (2005). ‘From Transition to Development. A Country Economic Memorandum for the Russian Federation’.Google Scholar
  30. Zhuravskaya, E. (1995) ‘The First Stage of Banking Reform in Russia is Completed: What Lies Ahead?’, in J. Rostowsky (ed.), Banking Reform in Central and the Former Soviet Union (Budapest: CEU Press).Google Scholar

Copyright information

© A. Marra 2009

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Marra

There are no affiliations available

Personalised recommendations