Import Substitution and Neo-Industrialization
Problems of Economic Transition, 2017, vol. 59, issue 1-3, 186-201
The article discusses negative developments that characterize the current situation in the Russian economy the ways for improvement based on new industrialization and import substitution. It states that all of this is possible only with the rejection of the right-wing liberal course and a transfer to an active socially oriented economic policy directed toward innovative growth of the domestic economy.
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