Russia’s Painful Transition: Breaking the Bonds of Patrimonialism


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Russia’s Painful Transition: Breaking the Bonds of Patrimonialism
This paper deals with the transition of a non-market economy – the former Soviet Union – into a market-based economy – which is current-day Russia. Naturally, the transition is far from complete, but Russia today is far less dominated (in the economic realm) by state ownership that it once was. Over the next several pages, this essay will focus upon the years after 1990 up until the present day - though with special attention being paid to the turbulent 1990s when the transition from the old command economy to the market-based economy was in its infancy. Looking at those years, the paper will focus a great deal of its attention upon the legacy of patrimonialism and its...
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