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The Global Emerging Market in Transition
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A compendium of the work of Vladimir L. Kvint, Global Emerging Market in Transition: Articles, Forecasts, and Studies is an essential guide to understanding the intricacies behind global trends and emerging markets. Starting with the explanations and definitions of global trends, classifications of different perspectives of emerging markets, and the general understanding of the nature of modern global emerging markets, Professor Kvint moves the reader through the current emerging markets in Europe, Central Asia, and Latin America, providing analyses and forecasts. He then presents an in-depth analysis of today's largest emerging market-Russia. Professor Kvint stresses the importance of Russia's move from a communist command system to a free-market economy, and how this will affect the business community politically, socially, and economically.

Table of Contents

  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-xii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. Becoming a Strategist: An Introduction to the Second Edition
  2. pp. xv-xxiv
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  1. Introduction: The Future Begins Today
  2. pp. 1-16
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  1. Part I: Understanding the Global Emerging Market
  2. p. 17
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  1. Incorporating Global Risk Management in the Strategic Decision Making Process
  2. pp. 21-33
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  1. Emerging or Developed, What's the Difference?
  2. pp. 34-36
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  1. A Different Perspective on Emerging Markets
  2. pp. 37-44
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  1. How Emerging is Emerging?
  2. pp. 45-46
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  1. Investing in the Emerging Markets
  2. pp. 47-48
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  1. Gauging the Risk: Foreign Direct Investment in Emerging Market Countries
  2. pp. 49-63
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  1. International Monetary Fund and the World Bank: The Advantages and Shortcomings
  2. pp. 64-67
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  1. Don't Give up on Russia
  2. pp. 68-81
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  1. The Russian Investment Dilemma
  2. pp. 82-96
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  1. Russia is Creating a System to Ensure Foreign Investment: $1.5 Billion Collateral Fund Established to Safeguard Foreign Ventures
  2. pp. 97-100
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  1. The Nature of International Joint Ventures and Their Role in Global Business
  2. pp. 101-129
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  1. Development of International Joint Ventures in Russia: Risks and Opportunities
  2. pp. 130-146
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  1. "To Capital Markets, with Love," Says Russia
  2. pp. 147-148
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  1. Russia is Losing the Battle for Foreign Investment
  2. pp. 149-151
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  1. Despite Rough Waters, Market Economy Cruises Ahead: Opportunities Abound in NIS for Intrepid Investors
  2. pp. 152-155
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  1. Kvint's Forecast: Beyond the Political Fog, the Business Horizon Looks Clear
  2. pp. 156-160
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  1. Part II: The Top Emerging Markets of Europe, Central Asia, and Latin America
  2. p. 161
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  1. We Forgive You
  2. pp. 163-165
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  1. Europe's Top Six Emerging Markets
  2. pp. 166-177
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  1. Balkans: Emerging Market for International Business
  2. pp. 178-181
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  1. Balkan Refugees in the European Union and the United States: Strategic Economic Solutions for Migration
  2. pp. 182-189
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  1. Bulgaria Lags Behind Dangerously
  2. pp. 190-192
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  1. Amnesty for Capital Exported Abroad: Italy Did it, which Means Bulgaria can Do it too
  2. pp. 193-194
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  1. Bulgaria is the Last Klondike in Eastern Europe
  2. pp. 195-198
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  1. Building Capitalism in Bugaria by Decree
  2. pp. 199-201
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  1. Ukraine: Living in Russia's Shadow
  2. pp. 202-204
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  1. Kazakstan: Rich in History and Resources
  2. pp. 205-211
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  1. Brazil: Social Developments and Telecommunications Market Analysis
  2. pp. 212-226
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  1. Climb to the Top
  2. pp. 227-228
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  1. Part III: The Emerging Market of Russia
  2. p. 229
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  1. Transition to a Free Market
  2. pp. 231-232
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  1. Putin's War on Three Fronts
  2. pp. 233-234
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  1. Watch Out, Kleptocrats
  2. pp. 235-237
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  1. The Last Days of Boris Yeltsin
  2. pp. 238-244
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  1. Fixing Russia
  2. pp. 245-246
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  1. Yearend—Bull Run in Russia, East Europe May Slow
  2. pp. 247-248
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  1. Watching Russian Business Ventures
  2. pp. 249-251
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  1. Russia's Imbalance of Power
  2. pp. 252-254
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  1. Election Results in the Russian Duma
  2. pp. 255-258
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  1. Privileges of the Duma and Boris Yeltsin's Power
  2. pp. 259-262
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  1. Russia's Crumbling Infrastructure
  2. pp. 263-265
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  1. Russia's Capitalist Institutions
  2. pp. 266-268
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  1. Criminal Activity in Russia: Fact and Fiction
  2. pp. 269-275
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  1. New Ruble Zone Doomed, Experts on Russia Say
  2. p. 276
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  1. Russian Expert Addresses Community Group and Faculty: Professor, Consultant, and Author Vladimir Kvint on Campus
  2. pp. 277-278
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  1. Russian Diamonds
  2. pp. 279-281
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  1. A Healthy Realism for the Russians
  2. pp. 282-283
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  1. Why Yeltsin is Stymied
  2. p. 284
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  1. Gorby Takes the Fifth
  2. pp. 285-286
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  1. Down the Rathole
  2. pp. 287-289
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  1. Opportunity in a Shattered Land
  2. pp. 290-291
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  1. Copying the Community
  2. p. 292
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  1. Political, Economic, and Legal Reform in the Soviet Union
  2. pp. 293-296
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  1. The New Map of Eastern Europe
  2. p. 297
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  1. Siberia: A Warm Place for Investors
  2. pp. 289-301
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  1. Gennadi Yanayev, Overachiever
  2. p. 302
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  1. The Coup's Aftermath: Will Gorbachev be the Loser?
  2. p. 303
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  1. Dead Souls
  2. pp. 304-308
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  1. United We Fall
  2. p. 309
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  1. Czar Gorbachev?
  2. p. 310
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  1. The Myth of Good Czar Gorbachev
  2. pp. 311-313
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  1. Harsh Look at Soviet Prospects
  2. pp. 314-316
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  1. The Soviet Union on the Way to the Market: One Step Forward, then Two [Steps Backward]
  2. p. 317
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  1. Opportunities in Soviet Disintegration
  2. pp. 318-319
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  1. Who's in Charge Around Here?
  2. pp. 320-324
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  1. Cold War on Oil Melting with Changes in Russia
  2. pp. 325-327
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  1. Reshuffling the Soviet Deck
  2. p. 328
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  1. The Best Way to Help Gorbachev is to Make Life Difficult for Him
  2. pp. 329-333
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  1. Free the Ruble!
  2. pp. 334-338
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  1. Lenin's Legacy
  2. p. 339
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  1. Russia as Cinderella
  2. pp. 340-345
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  1. "We are Bogged Down"
  2. pp. 346-348
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  1. Crisis and Recovery in Soviet Economy
  2. pp. 349-352
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  1. Austrian Machines for the Soviet Union: In 1990 The Economic Crisis will Worsen
  2. pp. 353-355
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  1. Russia Charts New Island of Capitalism
  2. pp. 356-257
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  1. Best Laid Plans
  2. p. 358
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  1. Doing Business in Moscow
  2. pp. 359-360
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  1. Power to Perestroika
  2. pp. 361-365
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  1. The Experiment of Gorbachev: The Free-Trade Zones for the Release of the Economy
  2. pp. 366-368
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  1. Regionalization of the Russian Economy
  2. pp. 369-370
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  1. Restoring the Romanovs
  2. pp. 371-375
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  1. Russian History Shapes Today's Business Leaders
  2. pp. 376-379
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  1. Russian Pacific Coast: Exciting Opportunity
  2. pp. 380-383
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  1. Go East, Young Man
  2. pp. 384-389
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  1. Far East: A Look into the Future
  2. pp. 390-391
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  1. Siberia: Experiment without Counterpart
  2. pp. 392-396
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  1. Siberia Says No to Castro
  2. p. 397
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  1. Eastern Siberia Could Become Another Saudi Arabia
  2. pp. 398-403
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  1. The Arctic Comes Next
  2. pp. 404-409
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  1. "The Polar Star above Us"
  2. pp. 410-419
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  1. The Role of the Budget in the Intensification of the Economy of the Autonomous Republic
  2. pp. 420-429
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  1. Daghestan–Mangyshlak: The Effectiveness of Interregional Collaboration
  2. pp. 430-436
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  1. Region and Industry: Modes of Interaction
  2. pp. 437-440
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  1. Regionalism as the Key Trend in Scientific and Technological Progress
  2. pp. 441-461
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  1. Key to the Region: Complex Programs
  2. pp. 462-466
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  1. Privatization and Industrial Development in Russia
  2. pp. 467-468
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  1. Privatization in Russia
  2. pp. 469-471
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  1. Privatization in Russia Enters Phase Two
  2. pp. 472-477
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  1. How to Access Business Information in Russia: Information and Democracy Go Hand-in-Hand
  2. pp. 478-481
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  1. Telecommunications a Booming Business: Even Siberia is within Reach
  2. pp. 482-486
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  1. Wreck the Information Flow and the Economy Collapses
  2. pp. 487-488
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  1. Red Military Time Machine Works for Capitalism: Secret Doors Open onto Privatizations of the Russian Military
  2. pp. 489-492
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  1. Internationalization of Russia's Metallurgy Industry
  2. pp. 493-496
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  1. Will Russia be the Chief Oil Source of the Future?
  2. pp. 497-498
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  1. Problems in the Development of the Nonferrous Metal Industry in Siberia
  2. pp. 499-511
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  1. Role of Automation in Developing Nonferrous Metallurgy in Siberia
  2. pp. 512-532
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  1. It is Necessary to Increase Food Production in the Yenisey North
  2. pp. 533-535
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  1. Food for Peace? Or for Civil War?
  2. pp. 536-540
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  1. Part IV: Management Systems and Scientific Technical Progress
  2. p. 541
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  1. Board of Director Motivation in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States
  2. pp. 543-546
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  1. Confronting the Soviet Management Structure: Bureaucratic, but Workable
  2. pp. 547-552
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  1. Moscow Learns the Language of Business
  2. pp. 553-559
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  1. The Relationship between Increases in Capital Investment and the Reduction in the Duration of the Implementation Phase
  2. pp. 560-564
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  1. The Process of Forming a Regional Policy on Science and Technology
  2. pp. 565-580
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  1. Unified Scientific and Technical Policy: What and Why
  2. pp. 581-586
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  1. To Accurately Determine a Course of Action: An Economist Analyzes the Results of Krasnoyarsk's Past Decade
  2. pp. 587-593
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  1. The Intermediary Role of Scientific/Technological Companies: From the Experience of "Sibtsvetmetavtomatika"
  2. pp. 594-597
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  1. Separation for Production: A Key Stage in Implementing Technological Policy
  2. pp. 598-615
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  1. Uniform System for the Technical Preparation of Production
  2. pp. 616-626
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  1. Bibliography
  2. pp. 627-686
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  1. About the Author
  2. pp. 687-699
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