Arms exports and restructuring in the Russian defence industry

  title={Arms exports and restructuring in the Russian defence industry},
  author={Antonio S{\'a}nchez-{\'A}ndres},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  pages={687 - 706}
THE DEFENCE INDUSTRY HAS BEEN one of the industries most seriously affected by the Russian economic crisis since 1992. The main restructuring policy applied in the industry during the first years of transition was conversion, that is, trying to re-use military resources for productive civil ends. By the mid-1990s, however, such a policy was already considered a failure, and since 1997 the Ministry of Economy has taken over the running of the defence industry and changed the direction of reform… 
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