What impact has Russia's chosen path of reform had on the development of law after the collapse of the communist regime? This collection of essays examines how Russia's distinctive traditions of law-& lawlessness-are shaping the current struggle for economic reform in the country. Nine renowned scholars, chosen from specialties in history, political science, law, & economics, expertly address the question.
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