Transforming Russian Enterprises: From State Control to Employee Ownership

Hardcover | January 10, 1995

EditorJohn Logue, Sergey Plekhanov, John Simmons

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Russia is moving dramatically ahead in reforming its economy and its firms. This joint Russian and American work focuses on the key issue in the Russian economic reform process--how to convert state-owned firms into successful private companies capable of competing in a market economy. Unique case studies of Russian enterprises, their legal and internal structure, management philosophy, and economic performance, provide insightful analyses of the ongoing Russian experience with economic reform. Recent Russian legislation and its implications for privatization are also discussed.

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Russia is moving dramatically ahead in reforming its economy and its firms. This joint Russian and American work focuses on the key issue in the Russian economic reform process--how to convert state-owned firms into successful private companies capable of competing in a market economy. Unique case studies of Russian enterprises, their ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:312 pagesPublished:January 10, 1995Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated

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ISBN - 10:0313287481

ISBN - 13:9780313287480

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?Although the book was published in 1995 and much has happened in the Russian economy and its industrial sectors in the ensuing seven years, there is still much in this book of value to those interested in Russian industrial reforms and in general transformation economy reforms at the firm level.?-Canadian Slavonic Papers