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100 1  van Selm, Bert 
245 14 The Economics of Soviet Breakup 
250    1st ed 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c1997 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    1 online resource (165 pages) 
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490 1  Routledge Studies of Societies in Transition Ser. ;|vv.1 
505 0  Intro -- THE ECONOMICS OF SOVIET BREAK -UP -- Copyright --
       Contents -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Acknowledgements 
       -- 1 Introduction and Overview -- Organisation of this 
       book -- 2 The Economics of Soviet Break-Up -- A 
       proposition -- The size of the pie and its distribution --
       Soviet break-up -- Conclusion -- 3 The Soviet Union, 1922-
       91 -- The rise and fall of the Union -- The republics' 
       inputs: land, labour, capital -- The republics' outputs --
       The Union's infrastructural legacy -- Untitled -- 4 Former
       Soviet Republics' Economic Interdependence -- Introduction
       -- Analysing Soviet republics' economic interdependence --
       Exchange of outputs -- Exchange of inputs: capital -- 
       Exchange of inputs: labour -- Interrepublican economic 
       relations: future prospects -- Conclusion -- 5 A Gravity 
       Model of the Former Soviet Union -- Introduction -- 
       Gravity modelling in economics -- The Soviet case -- 
       Expected trade reorientation -- Implications for potential
       'former Soviet' institutions -- Conclusion -- 6 The Soviet
       Union as a Customs and Monetary Union -- Intorduction -- 
       Customs Unions theory -- Monetary Unions -- Theory applied
       to the EU and the former USSR -- Conclusion -- 7 The 
       Soviet Union as a Payments Union -- Introduction -- The 
       European Payments Union Experience, 1950-8 -- Europe then 
       and Russia now -- Practice: what's going on? -- Conclusion
       -- 8 The Soviet Union as a Redistributor -- Introduction -
       - Capital transfers: methodology and results -- A shift in
       investment priorities -- The effects of capital transfers:
       dispersion trends in the Soviet republics' levels of 
       development -- Transfers after the break-up of the Soviet 
       Union -- Conclusion -- Appendix: output maximisation 
       versus equality -- 9 The Newly Independent States in 
       Transition -- Introduction -- Stabilisation -- 
       Liberalisation -- Privatisation -- Conclusion 
505 8  10 Conclusion Economic relations among ex-USSR republics: 
       past, present and future -- Introduction -- Past -- 
       Present -- Future -- The size of the pie and its 
       distribution revisited -- Border relevance -- Notes -- 
       References 
520    This book analyzes the effects of the break-up of the 
       Soviet Union into fifteen independent states. Topics 
       discussed include: * past and present economic relations 
       between the republics, and forecasts for the future * 
       discussion of Customs Unions, Monetary Union or Payments 
       Union as possible ways forward for these states * economic
       integration theory * how the states of the Soviet Union 
       functioned before the dissolution 
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