Post‐Soviet Bourgeois Representation in Political Life
This chapter outlines the extent of bourgeois involvement in the major political institutions of contemporary Russia: legislature, executive, political parties, civil service, local/regional government, and structured interest representation. It shows how the pattern of involvement has been shaped by the institutional structure itself, and how personal contacts into the politico-administrative structure have been crucial for businessmen to not only profit but to survive.
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