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The Oligarchs is the dramatic but serious story about how a small group of young entrepreneurs could become some of the world’s richest men and get control of the president of a fallen super-power in the process. The story of two decades filled with fateful power struggles and fascinating destinies, including the days of glory for the Russian mafia and the daring privatization projects in the 1990s, as well as the state capitalism and exploding growth of corruption in the 2000s. The story about how capitalism took over Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The story about Russia's transition from planned to market economy. The story about extreme money and power. The story about the world’s boldest capitalist experiment. Reading The Oligarchs will give a better understand for Russia's political and economic situation today, nearly twenty years after its birth, as well as the fundamentals of capitalism's strengths and weaknesses in general. The Oligarchs is richly illustrated with more than eighty photographs. Twenty of the most influential oligarchs are portrayed in detail.
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Claes Ericson is a Swedish economist and one of Scandinavia's most renowned commentators on Russia's economic development. He visited Russia for the first time in 1996, and has since then lived in and travelled extensively to the country, working for the Swedish Foreign Ministry and with business development and investments in the region. The Oligarchs is his third book about Russia. Earlier titles have focused on the political anecdotes of the Soviet Union and the situation of contemporary Russia in the shadow of the Kremlin. Ericson has studied finance and entrepreneurship at Stockholm School of Economics, political science at Stockholm University and business administration at Darden Business School.
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Book Description Stockholm Text, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9187173263
Book Description Stockholm Text, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 360 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.90 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk9187173263