The rise and fall of privatization in the Russian oil industry

  title={The rise and fall of privatization in the Russian oil industry},
  author={Li-Chen Sim},
Notes on Transliteration and Translation Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations List of Principal Political& Economic Actors Introduction: The Policy-Making Process The Initiation and Spread of Privatization Case Study of YUKOS Case Study of Slavneft' Case Study of Rosneft' Conclusion Appendices Endnotes Bibliography 

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