Foreign Investment in Contemporary Russia: Managing Capital by A. P. Kuznetsov

By A. P. Kuznetsov

As international capital is of specific value for the fragile technique of commencing up the ex-Soviet economic system, this quantity makes a speciality of the funding weather in smooth Russia. It examines a variety of stories that the rustic has had in the course of the early level of monetary reform. so much cognizance is given to revealing the traits mendacity in the back of the dynamics of political and coverage dangers dealing with international funding. in particular, the duality of the govt. financial coverage and the implications of financial nationalism and regionalism are thought of.

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Notes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. For a discussion on the condensed version of the study, The Economy of the USSR: Summary and Recommendations, see Voprosy ekonomiki, 1991, 4, pp. 37-47; No. 5, pp. 3-27. In the economic literature the terms 'shock' therapy or 'big bang* are usually applied to any programmes having as their conspicuous feature a drastic and massive change in key economic parameters (see ECE, Economic Survey of Europe in 1991-1992, New York: UN, 1992, p. 41). It is not without irony that in the United States where the Bush administration, with its free-market orientation, for years publicly opposed a collaboration between the government and the private sector, the developements in the Commonwealth of Independent States urged a noticeable change in policy.

Under certain conditions, national states cannot abstain from intervening in the economy. The free-trade conception implicitly suggests the willingness or ability of the states to pay the social and political costs of the adaptation period necessary to reveal their 'comparative advantage'. It is not by chance that this theory was developed in nineteenth century Britain, the country which had no doubts as to where its comparative advantages lay. The economic strength of Britain added to the persuasiveness of free trade 28 foreign Investment in Contemporary Russia postulates.

7 As for the firms' nationality debate, the main finding probably has been the conclusion that the prosperity of country-owned firms and the prosperity of the country itself is not necessarily one and the same thing (see, for instance, Reich, 1989; 1990a). As we have seen, the interaction (i) of national economies with one another and (ii) of national economies with the world market (which, due to the formation of supranational structures of TNCs, is larger than an arithmetical sum of national economies) has been winning increased attention from different sciences.

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