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Russia's Workers in Transition
Labor, Management, and the State under Gorbachev and Yeltsin
Paul T. Christensen
"Readers at all levels will benefit from this excellent economic survey of a current topic of major importance. This well-written and timely volume will be valuable throughout the social sciences."—Choice
"Original, provocative, and deeply empirical, Christensen's book recasts the international discussion about transitions to democracy and capitalism."—Valerie Bunce, author of Subversive Institutions
How is it that the Soviet superpower became the economically dependent Russia of the late 1990s? Based upon impressive archival research and extensive fieldwork, this timely study compares the policies of Gorbachev and Yeltsin as they attempted to throw off the enduring economic legacies of Stalinism.
(1999) 208 pp.
Table of Contents
1 Restructuring State Socialism
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