The Russian financial panic and the IMF

Ellman, Michael; Scharrenborg, Robert
September 1998
Problems of Post-Communism;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p17
Academic Journal
Focuses on issues associated with Russia's current financial crisis. Russia's deficit financing and public debt; Relationship of the government with banks; Consequences of the financial crisis; Proposed solutions to the financial crisis; Russia's agreements with the International Monetary Fund.


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