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North Castle Books
Problems of Economic Transition
Editor: Vladimir M. Belenky

Problems of Economic Transition enables English-language readers to follow the principal theoretical and policy issues that constitute the core of post-Soviet economic discourse in various regions of the former USSR. Coverage ranges from the most recent research papers, policy studies, and analytical reports to articles in leading professional journals. Topics covered on an ongoing basis include reform policy; natural resource economics; foreign economic relations and the impact of the global financial crisis on the transition economies; industrial reorganization; labor economics and social policy; and regional economic development.

The complete digital archives of Problems of Economic Transition beginning with Volume 1 (1958) are available free of charge to current institutional subscribers for the life of the paid subscription.

Volumes 1-43 (1958-2000) are also included in the Russian & East European Studies digital archive collection available for one-time purchase to non-subscribers.

"Contains well-documented articles. ... This is a valuable source of information for scholars interested in Russian economies and is recommended for academic, public, and special libraries." -Magazines for Libraries

"An invaluable resource, not only for scholars who get easy access to important journal articles they might have missed, but also for students who cannot read Russian." -William Moskoff, Lake Forest College
 
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1061-1991 Vol. 56 (May 2013 - April 2014) 12

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Editorial Board
Clifford Gaddy, Brookings Institution; Andrei Illarionov, Institute for Economic Analysis, Moscow, and Cato Institute, Washington, DC; Olga Kryshtanovskaia, Institute of Applied Politics, Moscow; Susan Linz, Michigan State University; Vladimir Mau, Institute for the Economy in Transition,; Moscow; Vladimer Papava, P. Gugushvili Institute of Economics, Georgian Academy of Sciences; Blair A. Ruble, Kennan Institute; Igor Shumilo, National Bank of Ukraine; William Skundrich, United States Information Agency; Ben Slay, United Nations Development Programme; S. Frederick Starr, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, SAIS; Mark Urnov, Foundations for Analytic Programs--Expertiza, Moscow


Table of Contents
March 2014
Vol. 56 No. 11
The Evolution of a New Economic System (II)

How Can State Corporate Management of the Rail Complex Be Directed Toward Increasing the Volume and Improving the Quality of Transportation Services?
YURII YAKUTIN 3
On the President's 2012 Missive to Parliament and Other Things
YURII BOLDYREV 24
"Phantom-2," or Again on the Counterproductive Nature of Federal Agrarian Policy
RUSTAM GUMEROV 52
Some Measures to Promote Neoindustrial Development
A. NESHITOI 67
The Development of Infrastructure and Modernization
V. ORESHIN 81

 

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