Post-Soviet Integration Breakthrough. Why the Customs Union Has More Chances Than Its Predecessors
Evgeny Vinokurov and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Евгений Юрьевич Винокуров ()
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Within a span of several years, post-Soviet integration has evolved from a largely paper project and rhetoric construct — which certain countries exploited to suit their domestic policies — into an important factor influencing economic development. However, its further prospects are unclear. On the one hand, it is the current format of a small group of countries with a clear objective (trade and economic rapprochement) that made the Customs Union a success. On the other hand, a truly big success can only be achieved by crossing the present-day borders — both geographic (for example, by stepping up interaction with China and the European Union) and functional — by handling the movement of production factors, ensuring uniform rules of the game (technical regulation, and access to monopolies’ services) and guaranteeing the coordination of macroeconomic policy.
Keywords: regional integration; economic integration; post-Soviet; Russia; Eurasia; Customs Union; Kazakhstan; Eurasian Economic Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F13 F15 F5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Russia in Global Affairs 2 (2012): pp. 154-163
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