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by Allen C. Lynch

Author: Allen C. Lynch
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 10, 2005)
Pages: 290 pages
Category: Politics
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The state remains central in compensating for the austere implications of economic geography for Russia's economic prospects under market circumstances.

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As Russia tries to establish the foundations of a stable and productive market-based economic system, it must determine the importance of the state to its prospects.

1 online resource (xii, 276 pages) : How important is the state to Russia's prospects, even as Russia tries to work out the contours of a stable and productive market-based economic system?

Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-268) and index. Print version record.

Start by marking How Russia Is Not Ruled . Monarchical, dictatorial, and Lynch makes the case that Russia has a next to impossible task in advancing into the modern economic and political ranks of its Western rivals.

Start by marking How Russia Is Not Ruled: Reflections on Russian Political Development as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Both Russia's imperial and totalitarian legacies have effectively destroyed, or prevented, the creation of a middle class and civil society. Without a strong tradition of rule of law, which in turn creates the conditions for individual property rights, there can be no firm or predictable basis for a strong, modern economy.

Allen C. Lynch is the Director of the Center for Russian and East European Studies and Hugh S. and Winifred B. Cumming Memorial Professor of International Affairs at the University of Virginia. He is the author of numerous books, including The Soviet Study of International Relations (Cambridge, 1987), which was the winner of the 1988 Marshall D. Shulman Award of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies and The Cold War is Over-Again (1992). He is also the author of numerous articles on Russian and Slavic studies.

The state remains as important to Russia's prospects as ever

The state remains as important to Russia's prospects as ever. This is so not only because, as in any society, an effectively functioning state administration is necessary to the proper functioning of a complex economy and legal system, but also because, in Russian circumstances, factors of economic geography tend to increase costs of production compared to the rest of the world

He is also the author of numerous articles on Russian and Slavic studies.

He is also the author of numerous articles on Russian and Slavic studies.

on Russian Political Development by Allen C. Lynch from Flipkart. The state remains as important to Russia's prospects as ever.

How Russia is Not Ruled - Reflections on Russian Political Development by Allen C. Only Genuine Products. 30 Day Replacement Guarantee. This is so not only because, as in any society, an effectively functioning state administration is necessary to the proper functioning of a complex economy and legal system, but also because, in Russian circumstances, factors of economic geography tend to increase costs of production compared to the rest of the world.

As Russia tries to establish the foundations of a stable and productive market-based economic system, it must determine the importance of the state to its prospects. What kind of political order corresponds to the challenges that Russia faces in the post-Soviet period? This analysis argues that geography matters a great deal and the state remains central in compensating for the austere implications of economic geography for Russia's economic prospects under market circumstances.