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Russia’s Transition to Kleptocracy

When Markets Need Morals
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Abstract

When the Soviet Union fragmented around 1990, most observers predicted a splendid economic future for its core, Russia. With a bonanza of natural resources, advanced technology and a well-educated workforce, Russia no longer had to prop up the more backward parts of the Soviet empire, nor contort itself to satisfy communist ideology.

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© Daniel Friedman 2008

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