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Russian Regions, Poverty in Russia, Social Inequality in Russia, In-Kind Benefits, Corruption in Russia
Thomas Remington examines the empirical evidence on how political regimes in different Russian regions influence such major economic factors as wages, incomes, social spending, poverty, and social dependency. The author offers a general review of major trends in employment, earnings, and social welfare in Russia over the last quarter century. He then proceeds with a set of case studies of Russian regions, their adaptation to market transition and democratic changes.