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Economic Order and the Problems of Ruble: Regulatory Aspects

Наименование публикации:Economic Order and the Problems of Ruble: Regulatory AspectsАвторы:Василига Е. И. 
Тематическая область:Экономика и экономические науки
Вид публикации:Статья в сборнике
Электронная публикация:НетЯзык издания:ДругиеГод издания:2015Страна издания: Польша Наименование журнала или сборника:„Krytyka Prawa”Номер журнала (с указанием года):tom 7, 2015Наименование издательства:„Krytyka Prawa”, Copyright by Akademia Leona KożmińskiegoКод ISSN или ISBN:ISSN: 2080-1084Количество страниц:550Количество печатных листов:0,8Тираж, экз:3000Индексация:РИНЦ,
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Библиографическая ссылка:ABSTRACT The problems of the Russian transformation are strongly related to the policy model adopted by the chief financial regulator, which in the case of this article is the Central Bank of Russia. It is argued here that the policy followed by the CBR is obsolete and rooted in the 1990s, and not up to date with the needs of the current economic conditions. These conditions are specific only to Russia and deserve the name of a “small cold war”. The CBR continues to pursue a liberalisation policy based on concepts borrowed from the West. Their core is a complete liberalisation of the international currency flows, at the expense of protecting the domestic market from international speculative capital, and at the price of encouraging capital flow away from Russia. At the same time this policy has managed to discourage long term domestic investments.Аннотация (реферат):

ABSTRACT

The problems of the Russian transformation are strongly related to the

policy model adopted by the chief financial regulator, which in the case of

this article is the Central Bank of Russia. It is argued here that the policy

followed by the CBR is obsolete and rooted in the 1990s, and not up to date

with the needs of the current economic conditions. These conditions are

specific only to Russia and deserve the name of a “small cold war”. The CBR

continues to pursue a liberalisation policy based on concepts borrowed from

the West. Their core is a complete liberalisation of the international currency

flows, at the expense of protecting the domestic market from international

speculative capital, and at the price of encouraging capital flow away from

Russia. At the same time this policy has managed to discourage long term

domestic investments.


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