Russia's Uncertain Economic Future
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Russia's Uncertain Economic Future

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ISBN-13:
9780765612083
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
31.12.2002
Seiten:
504
Autor:
John P. Hardt
Gewicht:
726 g
Format:
154x230x39 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The Russian economy is now showing positive GDP growth and a positive balance of payments, portending a trend of sustained growth. The contributors to this volume analyze the present state of the Russian economy and its future prospects which now seem brighter than ever.
Foreword, Senator Robert F. Bennett; Historical Note; Highlights and Overview, John Hardt; I. Past Economic Performance and Insights for Future Prospects; 1. Russia's Economic Performance: Entering the 21st Century, William H. Cooper; II. Russia's Economic Challenges; Removing Barriers And Providing An Incentive System; 2. The Russian Economy: How Far from Sustainable Growth? Ben Slay; 3. Unlocking Economic Growth in Russia, Vincent Palmeda and Bill Lewis; 4. Administration and Reform of the Russian Economy, Paul Gregory and Wolfram Schrettl; 5. Russian Crime and Corruption in an Era of Globalization: Implications for the United States, Jonathan M. Winer and Phil Williams; Financial Reform: Taxes, Budgets And Banks; 6. Tax Reform in Russia, Z. Blake Marshall; 7. Putin's Dilemma: Austere Budgeting in a Poor State, James A. Duran, Jr.; 8. Russian Defense Spending, Christopher J. Hill; 9. Russian Financial Transition: The Development of Institutions and Markets for Growth, David M. Kemme; Breakup Of Monopolies: Energy, Transportation And Agriculture; 10. The Russian Energy Sector: Current Conditions and Long-Term Outlook, Matthew J. Sagers; 11. Agricultural Reform: Major Commodity Restructuring but Little Institutional Change, William Liefert; Human Capital And The Social Contract; 12. Russia's Demographic and Health Meltdown, Murray Feshback; 13. Social Welfare: A Social Contract, Judyth L. Twigg; III. Long-Term Prospects for Russia's Economic Governance; 14. Long-run Prospects for the Russian Economy, James R. Millar; 15. Russias Evolution as a Predatory State, Peter J. Stavrakis; IV. Russia's Economic Future and U.S. Interests; 16. U.S. Bilateral Assistance to Russia, 1999-2001, Curt Tarnoff; 17. Arms Exports and Russia's Defense Industries: Issues for the U.S. Congress, Kevin P. Oprey; 18. U.S.-Russian Trade and Investment: Policy and Performance, Inga Litvinsky, Matt London, and Tanya Shuster; 19. Russia and the International Financial Institutions: From Special Case to a Normal Country, Jonathan E. Sanford
The Russian economy is now showing positive GDP growth and a positive balance of payments, portending a trend of sustained growth. The contributors to this volume analyze the present state of the Russian economy and its future prospects which now seem brighter than ever.