Economic Transition in Russia and the New States of Eurasia

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Appendix: Project Participants

List of Workshop Participants, 15-19 August 1995 Economic Transition In the Newly Independent States and Integration into the World Economy
Rafal Antczak, Center for Social and Economic Research, Warsaw
Liazat Buranbayeva, Export-Import Bank of Kazakhstan
Boris Burkinsky, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Galina Cherednichenko, Odessa State Economics University
Simon Commander, World Bank
Marek Dąbrowski, Center for Social and Economic Research, Warsaw
Karen Dawisha, University of Maryland
Janine Draschner, Russian Littoral Project
Leonid Friedman, Moscow State University
Larisa Gutsu, National College of Commerce, Chisinau
Vladimir Gutsu, Ministry of Privatization, Moldova
John P. Hardt, Congressional Research Service
Bahtiyar Islamov, Tashkent State Economics University
Aleksander Kaliberda, World Bank, Kiev
Bartlomiej Kaminski, University of Maryland
Daniel Kaufmann, World Bank, Kiev
Mikhail Korchemkin, East European Gas Analysis, Inc.
Viktor Korovkin, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Dmitriy Kreshenko, Odessa State University
Fyodor Kushnirsky, Temple University
Yevgeny Kuznetsov, Institute of Economic Forecasting, Moscow
Larisa Leshchenko, Central European University
Malgorzata Markiewicz, National Bank of Poland
Sergei Martynovsky, Ukrainian State Academy of Communications

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