Государство и бизнес в России (Опыт применения концепции Норта–Уоллиса–Вайнгаста) Статья 2. Тенденции развития отношений между государством и бизнесом
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Государство и бизнес в России (Опыт применения концепции Норта–Уоллиса–Вайнгаста) Статья 2. Тенденции развития отношений между государством и бизнесом
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In the second paper of this series (the fi rst – “ONS”, 2013, № 2) the author examines the processesin the Russian business associations as an important element in the formation of mature limited accessorders. This seems to him most favorable for Russia's way to becoming a long-range pub
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lic access in accordance with the concept of North–Walls–Vayngasta, open access order, the order of the limited access, private and governmental organizations, business associations
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