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Russian corruption revisited: Serious but not hopeless

Overview

Despite the Medvedev administration’s efforts to combat corruption, cross-country surveys show that corruption in Russia is perceived to be getting ever worse. The optimistic interpretation of this development would be that the perceptions are mistaken, while the pessimistic – and consensus – view is that anti-corruption policies are inadequate and/or futile. For investors in Russia, this discussion is not academic: corruption – both perceived and as experienced – caps asset...

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