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Putinomics

Miller, Chris (Research fellow)

Putinomics

power and money in resurgent Russia

by Miller, Chris (Research fellow)

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic policy,
  • Elite (Social sciences),
  • Politics and government,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Presidents

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 167-210) and index.

    Other titlesPower and money in resurgent Russia
    StatementChris Miller
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDK510.76 .M56 2018
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 217 pages
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26955457M
    ISBN 10146964066X
    ISBN 109781469640662
    LC Control Number2017042863
    OCLC/WorldCa1003641482

    Putinomics is a valuable contribution to that taskFinancial Times Miller challenges the popular notion that Russian President Vladimir Putin's entire talent lies in using corruption to sustain a kleptocratic authoritarian regime [A] short and admirably clear bookRobert Legvold, Foreign AffairsReviews: 5. Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Miller, Chris (Research fellow). Putinomics. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, [] (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin; Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin; Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin: Material Type: Document, Internet.

    Putinomics. 11 5 Autor: Chris Miller Czyta: Traber Burns. Audiobook. When Vladimir Putin first took power in , he was a little-known figure ruling a country that was reeling from a decade and a half of crisis. In the years since, he has reestablished Russia as a great power. How did he do it? When Vladimir Putin first took power in , he was a little-known figure ruling a country that was reeling from a decade and a half of crisis. In the years since, he has reestablished Russia as a great power. In this new analysis of Putin's Russia, Chris Miller examines its economic policy and the tools Russia's elite have used to achieve its goals.

    I just finished reading a book called Putinomics by Chris Miller. He had earlier written a book on Gorbachev's failed perestroika, except he did not call it failed, rather it was an apology of that failure. Nevertheless there was a lot of interesting facts (which facts the author tried to tweak to fit his agenda). Get this from a library! Putinomics: power and money in resurgent Russia. [Chris Miller, (Research fellow)] -- "When Vladimir Putin first took power in , he was a little-known figure ruling a country that was reeling from a decade and a half of crisis. In the years since, he has reestablished Russia as a.


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Putinomics is a valuable contribution to that taskFinancial Times. Review. Putinomics provides Putinomics book careful, comprehensive, and analytic assessment of the economic policies that have sustained Vladimir Putin in power in Russia over the last two by: 6. Putinomics is a valuable contribution to that task.”--Financial Times “With a thumbs-up on his metrics and sympathies, Miller’s effort represents a solid contribution to literature and readers’ understanding.”--Choice “Clear explanations and sophisticated nuance can be seen throughout the book.

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Putinomics is a valuable contribution to that task. Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia, by Chris Miller, University of North Carolina Press, pages @danielbenami.

“Putinomics with its lucid outline of Russian economic development since the s, is a valuable guide.” — Financial Times “An engrossing read easily readable and digestible it is rare to wish that a book were longer Essential reading for anyone seeking not only an understanding, but an underlying logic to what can often seem.

Putinomics Power and Money in Resurgent Russia (Book): Miller, Chris: "When Vladimir Putin first took power inhe was a little-known figure ruling a country that was reeling from a decade and a half of crisis. In the years since, he has reestablished Russia as a great power. How did he do it.

What principles have guided Putin’s economic policies. Check out this great listen on In Putinomics, Chris Miller examines the making of Russian economic policy since Vladimir Putin took power in Miller argues that despite Russia's corruption, cronyism, territorial expropriation, and over-dependency on oil as an economic driver, Put.

Book Review – “Putinomics. Power and Money in Resurgent Russia” by Chris Miller Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Management and Economics 54(3) September   Overall, Putinomics is an essential book for anyone interested in Russia and foreign policy.

As Russia has shown its willingness and ability to thwart American interests in places like Ukraine. Putinism is the political system of Russia formed during the leadership of Vladimir is characterized by the concentration of political and financial powers in the hands of "siloviks" — current and former "people with shoulder marks", coming from a total of 22 governmental enforcement agencies, the majority of them being FSB, Police, Army and national guard of the Russian Federation.

Putinomics book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When Vladimir Putin first took power inhe was a little-known figur /5. How that economic and political transformation happened, and where it might be headed, is the subject of Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia (University of North Carolina Press), a new book by Chris Miller, an assistant professor of international history at the Fletcher School.

Book Description: When Vladimir Putin first took power inhe was a little-known figure ruling a country that was reeling from a decade and a half of crisis. In the years since, he has reestablished Russia as a great power.

Miller shows how, at every juncture, Putinomics has served Putin's needs by guaranteeing economic stability and. Book Review Putinomics: power and money in resurgent Russia by Chris Miller, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press,pp., $ (hardcover), ISBN Putinomics is a valuable contribution to that taskFinancial Times.

Miller challenges the popular notion that Russian President Vladimir Putin's entire talent lies in using corruption to sustain a kleptocratic authoritarian regime [A] short and admirably clear bookRobert Legvold, Foreign Affairs.

Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia A lecture at The Institute of World Politics, Ma About the Book: "Putin Watches Russian Economy Collapse along with His Economic Stature.

North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University Cited by: 6. Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia Chris Miller When Vladimir Putin first took power inhe was a little-known figure ruling a country that was reeling from a decade and a half of crisis.

In his comprehensive, balanced, and persuasive account of the rise of Putinomics, Chris Miller explains how Vladimir Putin has successfully crafted an economic system whose main accomplishment has been the preservation of state power and authority and its projection abroad.

This book is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand Pages: Read this book on Questia. Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia by Chris Miller, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia ().

Russia’s economy is known more for corruption than for capable economic management. Yet, in his recent book, Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia, Chris Miller argues that Putin’s economic strategy has, despite its well-known problems, been surprisingly successful.

Russia’s economy has stabilized, inflation is at historic lows and the budget is nearly balanced. The third prong of Putinomics is to let private firms operate freely only where they do not compromise the Kremlin’s political strategy.

The large role that oligarch-dominated state-owned firms play in certain key sectors is justified in part by their willingness to support the Kremlin in managing the populace by keeping unemployment low. This book helps readers understand why Putin addressed pension policies and why citizens protested, and it also offers a slightly different perspective from writers who emphasize Russian kleptocracy.

Putinomics concludes that this strategy has ultimately worked, even if the country still struggles with corruption and low economic growth.