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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||viii, 248 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Bringing ideology back in --
Probing the Czech and Russian cases --
Elaborating the theoretical framework.
|Series Title:||Pitt series in Russian and East European studies.|
"A New Capitalist Order breaks with mainstream empirical studies of privatization in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, arguing that privatization was designed and implemented by pro-market reformers not only to distribute gains and losses to powerful supporters, but also to advance a decidedly Western, liberal vision of the new postcommunist state. Moreover, specific ideologies - such as anticommunism, liberalism, or nationalism - profoundly influenced the legitimacy, the power, and even the material preferences of key economic actors and groups within the privatization process."--BOOK JACKET.
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- Privatization -- Russia (Federation)
- Privatization -- Czech Republic.
- Russia (Federation) -- Economic policy -- 1991-
- Czech Republic -- Economic policy.
- Tschechische Republik
- Economic policy.
- Czech Republic.
- Russia (Federation)