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sergei guriev, a former chief economist of the european bank for reconstruction and development and former rector of the new economic school in moscow, is professor of economics at sciences po, paris.
in several countries economic transition was accompanied by the emergence of oligarchs businessmen who amassed fortunes and used them to influence economic policies. at their height in 2003, a few oligarchs controlled much of russias economy, as did a similar elite in ukraine.
guriev and kasparov are genuine political dissidents, among the first and probably not the last of a group of intellectuals fleeing a crackdown on those who have largely sided with the opposition
how can a non-democratic ruler provide proper incentives for state bureaucracy? in the absence of competitive elections and separation of powers, the ruler has to be well-informed himself, and to gather information he may use either a secret service or the media. the danger of using a secret service
y sergei guriev is the human capital foundation associate professor of corporate finance, new economic school, moscow, russia, and a research afliate at the centre for economic policy research, london, united kingdom. when writing this paper, he was on leave at the department of economics, princeton university, princeton, new jersey.
in the absense of competitive elections and separation of powers, the ruler has to gather information either from a centralized agency such as a secret service or a decentralized source such as media. the danger of using a secret service is that it can collude with bureaucrats; overcoming collusion is costly.
friebel and guriev the costs of illegal migration 1087 this is more difcult when a migrant is legalized, because in the legal sector of the economy the migrant receives some protection from the host countrys legal system. thus, migrants who move successfully to the legal sector can default on their debt payment.
even with the kremlin's revised budget plan in april which assumes an average exchange rate of 61.5 rubles to the dollar , russia is spending more on its military than it can afford to, according to russian economist and former rector of the new economic school in moscow sergei guriev.
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sergei guriev is associate professor of corporate finance and rector of the new economic school nes in moscow, russia. sergei guriev got his masters degree in economics and computer science from moscow institute of physics and technology in 1993 before he joined nes in 1998, guriev worked in the department
railroad restructuring in russia and central and eastern europe 253 countries, and russia. it then considers the two broad reform strategies that have been adopted by rail reformers around the world and the situations in which one strategy or the other seems more likely to have been and to be successful. next it
sergei guriev is the human capital foundation assistant professor of corporate finance at the new economic school, moscow, russia, and a resear ch affiliate at the centre for economic policy
dec 18, 2017 sergei guriev countries in europe and its broader neighborhood cannot base long-term growth on their low-wage comparative advantage. instead, they must lay the foundations of future-oriented growth models, including by improving governance, investing in infrastructure, and promoting environmental sustainability.
authoritarianism is a form of government characterized by strong central power and limited political freedoms. political scientists have created many typologies describing variations of authoritarian forms of government. authoritarian regimes may be either autocratic or oligarchic in nature, and may be based upon the rule of a party or the military.
sergei guriev konstantin sonin in an economy with weak economic and political institutions, the major institutional choices are made strategically by oligarchs and dictators.
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sergei guriev,b russell pittman,c elizaveta shevyakhova,d anna tomováe abstract railways restructuring takes place under very different circumstances and with very different goals in western europe, central and eastern europe, and russia. there are some improvements in productivity associated with the reforms in the eu among others