Conflicting Patterns of Thought in the Russian Debate on Modernisation and Innovation 2008–2013
Joachim Zweynert and
Ivan Boldyrev ()
Europe-Asia Studies, 2017, vol. 69, issue 6, 921-939
This article draws conclusions based on an analysis of the relationship between economic ideas and institutional change in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia, so far covering roughly the years from 1971 to 2007. It analyses the recent debate on economic modernisation in Russian economics. We argue that the relative failure of transition has to be seen in the context of a ‘failed transition of the mind’ and that the recent modernisation debate resembles the debate of the Brezhnev period.
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