Revolutions and evolutions in Russia: In search of a solution to the path dependence problem
作者: Alexander Auzan
作者单位: 1Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
刊名: Russian Journal of Economics, 2017, Vol.3 (4), pp.336-347
来源数据库: Elsevier Journal
DOI: 10.1016/j.ruje.2017.12.002
关键词: O43Z10D74InstitutionsGrowthCultural traitsInstitutional reformRevolution
原始语种摘要: Abstract(#br)Russian history demonstrates its propensity to “revolving motions,” particularly in regard to the institutions of serfdom and autocracy, thus illustrating the existence of path dependence. Over time, Russia attempted to leave the inefficient development trajectory through two alternative modalities: revolution and evolution. However, the goals of revolutions are typically specific. As such, the primary vector of transition (after the revolutions of 1991 and 1993) was directed at overcoming the shortage economy and moving towards a consumer society, rather than at building a market economy and democratic society. In Russia, the social contract concept evolved since 2000, and included a sequence of three different formulations: “taxes in exchange for order” were announced,...
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  • Russia 俄罗斯牌手表
  • problem 题目
  • propensity 晶癖
  • economy 经济
  • inefficient 无能的
  • institutional 惯例的
  • consumption 消耗
  • taxes 直列板序
  • dependence 从属
  • development 开发