Problems of Economic Transition, 1995, vol. 38, issue 3, 8-40
I am called a "market romantic," a "market radical," and even a "market extremist." Not a single politician shares my liberalism, not even Egor Gaidar, who is called the same names (in my opinion mistakenly). Democrats condescendingly smile in my direction: "Look at her, she still believes in market ideals."
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