Russia: firm entry and survival
Ruta Aidis () and
Yuko Adachi ()
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Yuko Adachi: SSEES, University College London Sophia University, Japan
No 67, UCL SSEES Economics and Business working paper series from UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)
Why are there so few new firms in Russia? This paper provides further insights into the specific Russian business landscape and how it impacts the low level of new firm entry. As this paper indicates, internationally comparative data does not provide many clues since in terms of purely formal constraints, Russia fairs comparatively well. However, a deeper analysis uncovers the informal impediments associated with the lack of rule of law, inconsistent enforcement of regulations, regional autonomy and pervasive corruption. These informal constraints form impediments not only for new firm creation but also for firm survival and firm exit. Since not all industries are affected in the same way, this paper includes a comparison between a new and traditional industrial sector: software development and the textile industry.
Pages: 43 pages
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