Since the demise of communism, Russia has become increasingly
disparate. Some regions have grown in strength while others have
been less successful. This book examines regional patterns of
economic change in Russia by addressing questions such as: * Is
Russia a single economic area? * Why are regional economic
inequalities increasing? * Are there significant regional
differences in the economic regime? * What influence do leaders
have in their own regions, and on federal economic policies? * To
what extent do central policymakers affect regional outcomes? * How
are Russian regions affected by their new openness to foreign trade
and investment? Based on research carried out by an international
and interdisciplinary group of experts, this book analyses case
studies from eight regions as well as testing hypotheses on data
for the 77 main administrative regions. It will be of immense value
to academics, those working for government and non-government
agencies, and business people.
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