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Author Rotnem, Thomas E., author

Title Political economy in Putin's Russia : YUKOS and the demise of an oligarch / Thomas E. Rotnem
Published [London] : SAGE, 2016
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Description 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white, and colour)
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SAGE knowledge. Cases
Summary In October 2003 Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Russia's richest 'oligarch,' was arrested on charges of theft, embezzlement, and fraud. The Russian prosecutor general argued that Khodorkovsky was arrested due to illegal activities undertaken during the anarchic era of privatization in the mid-1990s. Western and domestic critics disputed such assertions, however, contending instead that Khodorkovsky was detained for political purposes by an increasingly authoritarian regime, headed by President Vladimir Putin. This case study will benefit instructors who wish to shed light on a variety of topics, including the developing authoritarianism in Putin's Russia, interest group politics in post-Soviet politics, and the political economy of economic and administrative reform and foreign direct investment in post-communist societies
Notes Originally Published in: Rotnem, T. E. (2005). Political Economy in Putin's Russia: YUKOS and the Demise of an Oligarch. Case 306. Washington, DC: Georgetown Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
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Subject Khodorkovskiĭ, Mikhail, 1963-
I͡UKOS (Firm)
Oligarchy -- Russia (Federation) -- Case studies.
Economic development -- Former communist countries -- Case studies.
Russia (Federation) -- Economic conditions -- 1991- -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781473968554 (ebook)