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Series WP1 «Institutional Problems of Russian Economy»

Editor: Andrey Yakovlev

Field: Economics

The series is dedicated to the institutional problems of Russian economic development, primarily at the level of separate companies and industries. The effectiveness of new institutions is one of the most important conditions for successful micro-level reforms, restructuration, modernization and the increase of competitive ability of enterprises in the Russian economy.

Most of the articles were prepared on the basis of discussions of papers at the seminar on ‘Institutional Problems of the Russian Economy’ headed by A. Yakovlev. Many of the papers are based on data from selected surveys of various enterprises which were organized and carried out by the HSE Institute for Industrial and Market Studies.

The research focused on problems of corporate governance in Russian private and public companies, developed market structures, evolutions of the financial sector, formation of the demand for law, etc.

The series is of interest for researchers, lecturers, students, public administration officers and everyone else interested in the study of microeconomic aspects of institutional development in Russia.

Publications in the series: 22

 Marques II I., Remington T., Bazavliuk V. The Adoption of Costly VET Practices in Russia’s Regions. WP1/2016/05. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2016. – 28 p. (PDF, 555 Kb)

 

 Esaulov D., Davidovich M. Testing for Ambiguity Aversion in the Russian Stock Market. WP1/2016/04. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2016. – 26 p. (PDF, 1.10 Mb)

 

 Yakovlev A., Balaeva O., Tkachenko A. Costs of procurement for Russian regional public customers: estimation and analysis. WP1/2016/03. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2016. – 28 p. (PDF, 702 Kb)

 

 

 Chepurenko Alexander, Vilenski Alexander. SME Policy of the Russian State (1990–2015): from a “generalist” to a “paternalist” approach. WP1/2016/02. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2016. – 26 p. (PDF, 665 Kb)

 

 
Dulyak Y. Determinants of the boards of directors evolution in Russian public and nonpublic companies. WP1/2013/01. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2013. – 28 p.

Karas A., Pyle W., Schoors K. A “de Soto Effect” in Industry? Evidence from the Russian Federation. WP1/2012/03. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2012.

 

Chepurenko A., Gabelko M., Obraztsova O. Early-Stage Entrepreneurial Activity: an Explanatory Model for Cross-Country Comparisons. WP1/2011/04. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 52 p.

 

Demidova O., Yakovlev А. State-Business Relations and Participation of Firms in Public Procurements in Russia: An Empirical Study. WP1/2011/03. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 32 p.

 

Gauselmann А., Marek Ph., Angenendt J.-Ph. MNE’s Regional Location Choice: A Comparative Perspective on East Ger­many, the Czech Republic and Poland. WP1/2011/01. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 32 p.

 

Yakovlev A. State-business Relations in Russia in the 2000s: from the Capture to a Variety of Exchange Models? WP1/2010/04. — Moscow: Publishing House of the University — Higher School of Economics, 2010. — 20 p.

 

Kosonen R., Kettunen E., Kotilainen J. Managing the Relations of Business Firms with the State Across Spatial Institutional Discontinuities: Finnish Firms in the Rapidly Developing Markets of Russia, Estonia and China. WP1/2008/05. – Moscow: Publishing House of SU HSE, 2008. – 24 с.

 

Karhunen Päivi, Kosonen Riitta. Institutional, Industry-level and Firm-level Determinants of Foreign Ownership Strategies: Finnish Investors’ Views of Strategic Sectors in Russia. WP1/2008/04. – Moscow: Publishing house of SU HSE, 2008. – 28 с.

 

Vernikov A. Corporate governance and control in Russian banks. WP1/2007/02. – Moscow: Publishing house of SU HSE, 2007. – 40 с.

 

Heinrich A., Pleines H. Factors influencing the corporate governance of post-socialist companies. Examples from the oil indastry WP1/2006/02. – Moscow: State University − Higher School of Economics. , 2006. – 28 с.

 

Dolgopyatova T., Iwasaki I. Exploring Russian Corporations: The First Results of Joint Japanese-Russian Project WP1/2006/01. – Moscow: State University − Higher School of Economics , 2006. – 88 с.

 

Dolgopyatova T.G. Evolution of corporate control models in the Russian companies: new trends and factors WP1/2005/04. – Moscow: State University − Higher School of Economics , 2005. – 28 с.

 

Yakovlev A. Evolution of Business-State Interaction in Russia: from State Capture to Business Capture? WP1/2005/02. – Moscow: State University − Higher School of Economics , 2005. – 40 с.

 

Frye T. Slapping the grabbing hand: credible commitment and property rights in Russia WP1/2003/02. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2003. – 28 с.

 

Woodruff D.M. Property rights in context: privatization's legacy for corparate legality in Poland and Russia WP1/2003/01. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2003. – 32 с.

 

Dolgopiatova T.G. Corporate Control in the Russian Companies: Models and Mechanisms WP1/2002/05. – Moscow: State University — Higher School of Economics, 2002. – 28 с.

 

Avdasheva S. Processing (Tolling) Contracts in Russian Industries: an Institutional Perspective WP1/2002/04. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2002. – 28 с.

 

Yakovlev A. Structural distortions and limits of liberal economic policy in modern Russia WP1/2002/03. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2002. – 20 с.


 

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