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100 1  Kvint, V. L.|q(Vladimir Lʹvovich)|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n86082551 
245 14 The global emerging market in transition :|barticles, 
       forecasts, and studies /|cVladimir L. Kvint. 
264  1 New York :|bFordham University Press,|c[1999] 
264  4 |c©1999 
300    xiv, 611 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
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504    Includes bibliographical references (p. [561]-603). 
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650  0 Investments, Foreign|zRussia (Federation)|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2009127083 
650  0 Economic history|y1990-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh91003314 
650  0 Investments, Foreign.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh85067736 
651  0 Russia (Federation)|xEconomic conditions|y1991-|0http://
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970 01 |tPreface 
970 11 |tIntroduction: The Future Begins Today|p1 
970 11 |lPt. I|tUnderstanding the Global Emerging Market 
970 12 |tClassification of Emerging Markets|p19 
970 13 |tIncorporating Global Risk Management in the Strategic 
       Decision Making Process|p21 
970 13 |tEmerging or Developed, What's the Difference?|p34 
970 13 |tA Different Perspective on Emerging Markets|p37 
970 13 |tHow Emerging Is Emerging?|p45 
970 12 |tInvesting in the Emerging Markets|p47 
970 13 |tInternational Monetary Fund and the World Bank: The 
       Advantages and Shortcomings|p49 
970 13 |tDon't Give Up on Russia|p53 
970 13 |tThe Russian Investment Dilemma|p67 
970 13 |tRussia Is Creating a System to Ensure Foreign Investment
       : $1.5 Billion Collateral Fund Established to Safeguard 
       Foreign Ventures|p82 
970 13 |tDevelopment of International Joint Ventures in Russia: 
       Risks and Opportunities|p86 
970 13 |t"To Capital Markets, With Love," Says Russia|p103 
970 13 |tRussia Is Losing the Battle for Foreign Investment|p105 
970 13 |tDespite Rough Waters, Market Economy Cruises Ahead: 
       Opportunities Abound in NIS for Intrepid Investors|p108 
970 13 |tKvint's Forecast: Beyond the Political Fog, the Business
       Horizon Looks Clear|p112 
970 11 |lPt. II|tThe Top Emerging Markets of Europe, Central Asia,
       and Latin America 
970 13 |tEurope's Six Top Emerging Markets|p119 
970 13 |tBalkans: Emerging Market for International Business|p131
970 13 |tBulgaria as the Last Klondike in Eastern Europe|p135 
970 13 |tBuilding Capitalism in Bulgaria by Decree|p139 
970 13 |tUkraine: Living in Russia's Shadow|p142 
970 13 |tKazakstan: Rich in History and Resources|p145 
970 13 |tBrazil: Social Development and Telecommunications Market
       Analysis|p152 
970 11 |lPt. III|tThe Emerging Market of Russia 
970 12 |tTransition to a Free Market|p169 
970 13 |tThe Last Days of Boris Yeltsin|p171 
970 13 |tFixing Russia|p178 
970 13 |tYearend - Bull Run in Russia, East Europe May Slow|p180 
970 13 |tWatching Russian Business Ventures|p182 
970 13 |tRussia's Imbalance of Power|p185 
970 13 |tElection Results in the Russian Duma|p188 
970 13 |tPrivileges of the Duma and Boris Yeltsin's Power|p192 
970 13 |tRussia's Crumbling Infrastructure|p196 
970 13 |tRussia's Capitalist Institutions|p199 
970 13 |tCriminal Activity in Russia: Fact and Fiction|p202 
970 13 |tNew Ruble Zone Doomed, Experts on Russia Say|p209 
970 13 |tRussian Expert Addresses Community Group and Faculty: 
       Professor, Consultant, and Author Vladimir Kvint on Campus
       |p210 
970 13 |tRussian Diamonds|p212 
970 13 |tA Healthy Realism for the Russians|p215 
970 13 |tWhy Yeltsin Is Stymied|p217 
970 13 |tGorby Takes the Fifth|p218 
970 13 |tDown the Rathole|p220 
970 13 |tOpportunity in a Shattered Land|p223 
970 13 |tCopying the Community|p225 
970 13 |tPolitical, Economic, and Legal Reform in the Soviet 
       Union|p226 
970 13 |tThe New Map of Eastern Europe|p230 
970 13 |tSiberia: A Warm Place for Investors|p231 
970 13 |tGennadi Yaneyev, Overachiever|p235 
970 13 |tThe Coup's Aftermath: Will Gorbachev Be the Loser?|p236 
970 13 |tDead Souls|p237 
970 13 |tUnited We Fall|p242 
970 13 |tCzar Gorbachev?|p243 
970 13 |tThe Myth of Good Czar Gorbachev|p244 
970 13 |tHarsh Look at Soviet Prospects|p247 
970 13 |tThe Soviet Union on the Way to the Market: One Step 
       Forward, Then Two [Steps Backward]|p250 
970 13 |tOpportunities in Soviet Disintegration|p251 
970 13 |tWho's in Charge Around Here?|p253 
970 13 |tCold War on Oil Melting with Changes in Russia|p258 
970 13 |tReshuffling the Soviet Deck|p261 
970 13 |tThe Best Way to Help Gorbachev Is to Make Life Difficult
       for Him|p262 
970 13 |tFree the Ruble!|p267 
970 13 |tLenin's Legacy|p272 
970 13 |tRussia as Cinderella|p273 
970 13 |t"We Are Bogged Down"|p279 
970 13 |tCrisis and Recovery in Soviet Economy|p282 
970 13 |tAustrian Machines for the Soviet Union: In 1990 the 
       Economic Crisis Will Worsen|p286 
970 13 |tRussia Charts New Island of Capitalism|p289 
970 13 |tBest Laid Plans|p291 
970 13 |tDoing Business in Moscow|p292 
970 13 |tPower to Perestroika|p294 
970 13 |tThe Experiment of Gorbachev: The Free-Trade Zones for 
       the Release of the Economy|p299 
970 12 |tRegionalization of the Russian Economy|p303 
970 13 |tRestoring the Romanovs|p305 
970 13 |tRussian History Shapes Today's Business Leaders|p310 
970 13 |tRussian Pacific Coast: Exciting Opportunity|p314 
970 13 |tGo East, Young Man|p318 
970 13 |tFar East: A Look into the Future|p324 
970 13 |tSiberia: Experiment Without Counterpart|p326 
970 13 |tSiberia Says No to Castro|p331 
970 13 |tEastern Siberia Could Become Another Saudi Arabia|p332 
970 13 |tThe Arctic Comes Next|p338 
970 13 |t"The Polar Star Above Us"|p344 
970 13 |tThe Role of the Budget in the Intensification of the 
       Economy of the Autonomous Republic|p354 
970 13 |tDaghestan - Mangyshlak: The Effectiveness of 
       Interregional Collaboration|p364 
970 13 |tRegion and Industry: Modes of Interaction|p371 
970 13 |tRegionalism as the Key Trend in Scientific and 
       Technological Progress|p375 
970 13 |tKey to the Region: Complex Programs|p396 
970 12 |tPrivatization and Industrial Development in Russia|p401 
970 13 |tPrivatization in Russia|p403 
970 13 |tPrivatization in Russia Enters Phase Two|p406 
970 13 |tHow to Access Business Information in Russia: 
       Information and Democracy Go Hand-in-Hand|p412 
970 13 |tTelecommunications a Booming Business: Even Siberia Is 
       Within Reach|p416 
970 13 |tWreck the Information Flow and the Economy Collapses
       |p421 
970 13 |tRed Military Time Machine Works for Capitalism: Secret 
       Doors Open onto Privatization of the Russian Military|p423
970 13 |tInternationalization of Russia's Metallurgy Industry
       |p427 
970 13 |tWill Russia Be the Chief Oil Source of the Future?|p431 
970 13 |tProblems in the Development of the Nonferrous Metal 
       Industry in Siberia|p433 
970 13 |tRole of Automation in Developing Nonferrous Metallurgy 
       in Siberia|p446 
970 13 |tIt is Necessary to Increase Food Production in the 
       Yenisey North|p467 
970 13 |tFood for Peace? Or for Civil War?|p470 
970 11 |lPt. IV|tManagement Systems and Scientific Technical 
       Progress 
970 13 |tBoard of Director Motivation in Russia and the 
       Commonwealth of Independent States|p477 
970 13 |tConfronting the Soviet Management Structure: 
       Bureaucratic, but Workable|p481 
970 13 |tMoscow Learns the Language of Business|p487 
970 13 |tThe Relationship Between Increases in Capital Investment
       and the Reduction in the Duration of the Implementation 
       Phase|p494 
970 13 |tThe Process of Forming a Regional Policy on Science and 
       Technology|p499 
970 13 |tUnified Scientific and Technical Policy: What and Why?
       |p515 
970 13 |tTo Accurately Determine a Course of Action: An Economist
       Analyzes the Results of Krasnoyarsk's Past Decade|p521 
970 13 |tThe Intermediary Role of Scientific/Technological 
       Companies: From the Experience of Sibtsvetmetavtomatika
       |p528 
970 13 |tPreparation for Production: A Key Stage in Implementing 
       Technological Policy|p532 
970 13 |tUniform System for the Technical Preparation of 
       Production|p550 
970 01 |tBibliography|p561 
970 01 |tBiographical Sketch|p605 
971    |d19990922 
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