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Russia and China: a Comparative Perspective on the Post-Communist Transition

Marina Kurkchiyan
Publication date: 
Thu, 28 Jun 2007

This investigative comparison of the post-communist transitions of Russia and China attempts to assess why China’s growth has outstripped that of Russia, and whether Russia’s stunted economic development may offer signs for the future growth of China.