Political and Economic Transition in Russia

Predatory Raiding, Privatization Reforms, and Property Rights

This book analyzes privatization reforms, property rights, and raiders in post-Soviet Russia. The author surveys the existing literature in the context of predatory raiding in Russia and introduces the notion and concept of this phenomena; he suggests that the study may serve as an explanatory model for corporate, property, and land raiding in Russia. Les mer
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This book analyzes privatization reforms, property rights, and raiders in post-Soviet Russia. The author surveys the existing literature in the context of predatory raiding in Russia and introduces the notion and concept of this phenomena; he suggests that the study may serve as an explanatory model for corporate, property, and land raiding in Russia. Building on previous scholarship, this monograph conceptualizes the predatory character of corporate hostile takeovers in Russia and links it with the coercive nature of the ruling authoritarian regime. This project will appeal to scholars, graduate students, and researchers in Russian and Post-Soviet politics, capitalism, corruption, and property rights.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Chapter 1: Introduction: Raiding Russia
2. Chapter 2: Wild-West Capitalism in the East
3. Chapter 3: Parasitism and Corporate Predation
4. Chapter 4: Mass Privatization: Virtual Reality, Volatile Rights, and Violent Raiding
5. Chapter 5: Prospects of Raiding Evolution: Prognosis is Optimistic
6. Chapter 6: The Invisible Hand of the Market and Indivisible Hand of the State
7. Chapter 7: The Invisible Hand of the Market and Invincible Hand of the Raider
8. Chapter 8: Organizational Forms of Raiding: Client, Organizer, and Executor
9. Chapter 9: Foot Soldiers and Firepower: Prices on Raiding Services
10. Chapter 10: Conclusion

Om forfatteren

Ararat L. Osipian is Honorary Associate at the Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.