The Russian Capitalist Experiment: From State-Owned Organizations to Entrepreneurshipsby Sheila M. Puffer, Daniel J. McCarthy, Alexander I. Naumov
In a longitudinal perspective of the decade since 1990, Puffer (international business and human resources management, Northeastern U., Boston), Daniel J. McCarthy (strategic management, Northeastern U.) and Alexander I. Naumov (business administration, Moscow State U.) evaluate the evolution of Russian firms from communism to capitalism. They draw on primary data, original interviews, and surveys about state-owned enterprises, entrepreneurships, and hybrid organizations that are primarily private with some state ownership. They identify four stages from the early years of commercialization, through privatization and nomenklature to statization at the end of the decade. They conclude by suggesting three possible scenarios for the future. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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