Corruption and the Russian Economy: How Administrative Corruption Undermines Entrepreneurship and Economic Opportunities

Yulia Krylova

© 2018 - Routledge
Published April 24, 2018
Reference - 180 Pages - 4 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780815394662 - CAT# K344131
Series: Routledge Transnational Crime and Corruption

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This book examines why the number of entrepreneurs is declining so rapidly in Putin’s Russia, how many economic opportunities are being irrevocably lost each year in Russia, and why entrepreneurship has become one of the most dangerous occupations in Russia over the last decade.

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Corruption and the Russian Economy examines why the number of entrepreneurs is declining so rapidly in contemporary Russia, how many economic opportunities are being irrevocably lost each year because of administrative corruption, and why entrepreneurship has become one of the most dangerous occupations in the country over the last decade. Based on extensive research, including in-depth interviews with entrepreneurs and case studies, it reveals a corrupt system of government agencies at both the regional and local levels, and the increasing involvement of public officials in unlawful seizures of businesses. One major conclusion is that the vast majority of informal payments by entrepreneurs to regulatory agencies are made not to achieve illegal advantages, but rather to secure the property rights that they are entitled to under the law.

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