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  1. Russian consumers-earning and spending more.: An article from: Market Europe by Gale Reference Team, 2007-01-01
  2. The Russian Far East: An Economic Handbook
  3. RUSSIAN PRIVATE DEMAND WEATHERS THE STORM.: An article from: Market Europe
  4. The Fiscal Structure of the Russian Federation: Financial Flows Between the Center and the Regions by N. Y.) Eastwest Institute (New York, Jim Walker, 2000-12
  5. Will frozen vegetable campaign run into Russian winter? (The Green Scene).(European frozen vegetable market): An article from: Quick Frozen Foods International
  6. The Uncertain State of the Russian Economy (IEWS Special Report) by Institute of Eastwest Studies, 1993-01

21. Economic Journals On The Web
Russia Economy Trends and Perspectives russian and East European Financeand Trade Teaching business and Economics Teaching statistics

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Digitized copies of many economic journals may be found at JSTOR . This location stores a growing number of back issues of a variety of economic journals.
  • Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry (previous title: Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis
  • Aquaculture Economics and Management
  • ASEAN Economic Bulletin
  • Asia Europe Journal
  • Asia Journal of Social Science ...
  • Asia-Pacific Development Review (UN site)
  • 22. Overview Of Russian Economy
    economic Development Department. business and Commerce. Committee According tothe russian State statistics Committee (Goskomstat),
    The City of St. Petersburg, FL 300/100 Anniversary Event Economic Development Department Business and Commerce Committee View This Site in English Home Information and Assistance on Trading with Russia Economic Overview of St. Petersburg, FL, USA Economic Overview of Russia ... Return to Main City 300/100 Page
    Economic Overview of Russia [This abridged report is provided courtesy of the Business Information Service for the Newly Independent States (BISNIS) For numerous detailed reports on St. Petersburg, Russia by BISNIS click here GDP per capita: According to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). GDP per capita in Russia climbed steadily from 1991 to 1997 (1995: $1,868; 1996: $2,910; 1997 $3,056), but then dropped sharply in 1998, to $1,867 per capita. For 1999, early estimates suggest that per capita GDP fell to levels on par with the early 1990s. Industrial production According to the Russian State Statistics Committee (Goskomstat), industrial production in the late 1990s was only 45 percent the levels achieved in 1990; other sources suggest larger declines. Among those sectors hit the hardest by these severe declines were the military-industrial complex and light industry. Inflation In 2000, Russian inflation continued to decrease from the spike that followed Russiaís 1998 financial crisis. 2000 levels were not yet on par with the lowest levels achieved in the mid-1990s (11 percent in 1997), but they remained far from the more than 2,000 percent inflation rate from 1992. The following chart shows the progression of Russian inflation rates between 1994 and early 1999.

    23. Russia - Market Watch. Eastern European Markets.
    economics, trade assist, market watch. russian economy and business.Doing business in Russia. economic analysis and key statistics on Russia.
    Business Books and Reports. NEW REPORT! New Russian law on special economics zones
    (Last update: July 2005) Economy
    Russian economy. The month in review (BOFIT)
    Economic analysis and key statistics on Russia.
    Bank of Finland, Institute for Economies in Transition. WIIW (Austria).
    Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)

    Prognosis on Russian economy. Stockholm Institute of Transition Economies (SITE) Centre for Co-operation with Economies in Transition. OECD.
    A wide range of policy issues important in the transition to a market economy. Research Projects on Russia and Eurasia.
    Central Bank of Russia
    EEG Economic Expert Group.
    Key economic indicators. Federal budget performance. Federal budget operations. Economic review. Regional issues. Economic Expert Group, Ministry of Finance. OMRI Economic Digest
    Facts and figures. International Market Insighst
    Russian economy and markets. US Department of Commerce. The East/West Letter Analytical journal covering business, economic and political developments in Russia. Okno Group. Center for Strategic Research "North West".

    24. Russian Economic Changes - Johnson's Russia List 2-12-03
    FEATURErussian statistics lag behind fast economic changes improvements inthe statistics but to improve the business climate that would allow more of
    JRL Home Topics RAS Archives ... Subscribe Excerpts from the JRL E-Mail Newsletter Headlines: Ambassador Burns Address Call for Papers: Religion, Culture, and Conflict Invitation for Equity Fund Proposals: U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation …slund Response to Comments on "Putin Decline and U.S. Response" ... YUKOS JRL 2005: Security/Foreign Policy Domestic JRL/RW - site optimized for Firefox Feb. 12, 2003: JRL Home #3 - JRL 7059
    FEATURE-Russian statistics lag behind fast economic changes
    By Andrius Vilkancas MOSCOW, Feb 12 (Reuters) - The days when Russian official statistics painted a picture of a communist utopia when in reality the economy was coming apart at the seams are long gone. Today economists fear they may still be getting a unrealistic picture of what is really happening in the country's economy but for very different reasons. Russia's rough and tumble capitalist economy is evolving so fast that official number-crunchers simply cannot keep up with every twist and turn as new businesses take root and old Soviet-era enterprises go to the wall. "Looking at the (official) statistics alone, without thinking about the anecdotes, without knowing the stories and without trying to relate those two, gets you into trouble," said Al Breach, a chief economist at Brunswick UBS Warburg who has followed the Russian economy for more than six years.

    25. EDIRC: Econometrics, Mathematical Economics
    American Statistical Assosiation, business and economic statistics Section ASA and economics, Department of Statistical Modelling; russian Academy of
    EDIRC Home (U. Connecticut)
    Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World
    Econometrics, Mathematical Economics
    Please send any corrections and additions to Christian Zimmermann Symbol keys: Broken link (corrections welcome!) Defunct institution (to our knowledge) Has members registered with the RePEc Author Service Has publications listed on IDEAS Is among the top 20% institutions in this region with members registered and ranked in the RePEc Author Service Return to the EDIRC main page countries alphabetically country codes continents ...
    • Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Complex Systems Research Group
    • Universidad del CEMA, Buenos Aires, (Center of Studies in Financial Engineering)

    26. EDIRC: Statistical Offices
    Moscow, State Committee of the russian Federation on statistics (GOSKOMSTAT) Government of Hawaii, Honolulu, Department of business, economic
    EDIRC Home (U. Connecticut)
    Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World
    Statistical Offices
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    • Government of Andorra, Andorra la Vella, Finances (Ministry of Finance), (Department of Studies and Statistics)
    • Government of Argentina, Buenos Aires, Ministerio de Econom­a, Obras Y Servicios Pºblicos (Ministry of Economy and Public Works and Services), (National Statistical Institute)
    • Government of Armenia, Yerevan
  • 27. RAMEC-USU - The Russian-American Economic And Business Institute
    The russianAmerican economic and business Institute, RU, EN Jan Kmenta,Professor Emeritus of economics and statistics; Jan Kmenta, Professor Emeritus
    October 22 - November 12, 2003: Professor John E. Jackson from the University of Michigan will visit the Russian-American Economic and Business Institute during the period from October 22 till November 12, 2003. More... On August 19 - October 15, 2003: The project participant Ms. Inna O.Maltseva visited The William Davidson Institute (WDI) at the University of Michigan Business School (Ann Arbor, USA). More... May 26 - 28, 2003: Rector of the Ural State University, Dr. Vladimir Tretjakov, Project Director, Dr. Daria Nesterova, Senior Lecturer Inna Maltseva, visited the Center for Economic Research and post-university education - Economics Institute in Prague, (CERGE-EI, Czech Republic). More... May 15, 2003: Rector Tretjakov presented the case of RAMEC to the Academic Council of USU for an official approval. More... April 9, 2003: The partnership between WDI and RAMEC-USU were presented during the roundtable "Economy Transformation: Problems of Applied Research and New Type of Training," in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The framework of the meeting includes the opening ceremony of the RAMEC. Approximately 70 representatives from the local government, education and research institutes and private sector discussed the future of economic education in Russia and the Sverdlovsk region, the needs of business and policy-makers and the potential of applied research. During the roundtable, Professor Sabirianova Peter (WDI) and Professor Nesterova (USU) presented RAMEC. Professor Svejnar (WDI) pointed out the importance of improving the quality of education to foster economic growth in a transition economy. Professor Jurajda (CERGE-EI) described the evolution of CERGE-EI, the institution that RAMEC is modeled after.

    28. O'Keefe Library-Best Information On The Net - Business Resources - International
    Polish Official statistics contains economic, demographic and social indicators;russian economic News in English; russian Outlook fulltext
    International Business
    Information on Individual Countries and Cultures
    • Afghanistan Country Study full-text from the U.S. State Dept.
    • ArabNet Guidelines for doing business in 16 Arab countries; includes statistics, geography, history, law.
    • ArabDataNet includes Country Profile, Directories, news and Links.
    • Asia Business Today includes news, country guides, articles, and job information for countries in Asia.
    • BISNIS Russia Business Information Service for the Newly Independent States. Includes everything you need to know about doing business in Russia. It "is the U.S. Government's primary market information center for U.S. companies exploring business opportunities in Russia and other Newly Independent States. BISNIS provides U.S. companies with the latest market reports and tips on developments, export and investment leads, and strategies for doing business in the NIS."
    • BPCC: doing business in Poland information on doing business in Poland. Click on "market information" on left menu bar for information on various industries.

    29. General Statistical Sources -- International
    B55 business For each country covered key economic indicators and US trade Maternal and Child Health statistics russian Federation and United
    CU Home Libraries Home Search Site Index ... Help Search Library Catalog: Title (start of title) Journal (start of title) Author (last, first) Keyword (and, or, not, "") Subject Go To CLIO >> Find Databases: Title Keywords Title (start of title) Keywords Go To Databases >> Find E-Journals: Title (start of title) Title Keywords Subject Keywords Go To E-Journals >> Search the Libraries Website: Go To Advanced Website Search >> About the Libraries Libraries Collections Digital Collections Hours Directions to Columbia Map of Campus Libraries More... Catalogs CLIO (Columbia's Online Catalog) Other Catalogs at CU and Nearby A-Z List of Library Catalogs Course Reserves More... E-Resources Citation Finder Databases E-Journals E-Books E-Data E-News E-Images Subject Guides More...

    30. Russian Federation Country Guide - Business Profile - World Travel Guide Provide
    russian Federation. business Profile. Economy The russian Federaion is blessed after 1990 russian economic statistics are notoriously unreliable but,
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    Russian Federation
    Russian Federation
    Business Profile
    Economy: The Russian Federaion is blessed by an abundance of natural resources of every description. This includes rich agricultural land from which grain, potatoes and livestock are the main products. Land reform has been one of the most awkward problems facing Russia’s post-communist governments: much has been turned over to private ownership but a substantial proportion, especially in the more remote areas, is still owned collectively. Agriculture now accounts for 5 per cent of total economic output while employing 13 per cent of the workforce. Russia has huge deposits of oil and gas – its major export earners – as well as coal and minerals including gold, diamonds, nickel, manganese, copper, iron ore and phosphates. Further unexploited deposits have been located and there are undoubtedly more to be discovered, but they are often in areas (such as the permafrost-covered regions of Siberia and the Russian Far East) where exploitation is technically difficult and transport systems limited.
    Business: As a result of recent economic changes which have taken place in the Russian Federation, there are now many thousands of private companies in operation and international business relations have become active. The main business centres are Moscow, St Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk and Vladivostock.

    31. U.S. Commercial Service Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania: Doing Business In Latvia
    The Latvian economy grew at a healthy pace from 1995 until the russian economic business Travel; economic and Trade statistics; US and Country Contacts
    BUYUSA.GOV U.S. Commercial Service
    Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania Local time: 09:24 PM
    Doing business in Latvia
    General Overview
    Since regaining independence Latvia has rapidly advanced towards restoring a market economy with steady economic and financial reforms paving its way. Latvia may be a small country with its 2.5 million inhabitants, but it is a potentially attractive market for American IT equipment and services, capital machinery and equipment, and consumer products. Located at the center of the three Baltic States, Latvia provides a strategic location as a commercial, financial and transportation hub for the Nordic/Baltic region.
    Commercial Environment
    The Latvian economy grew at a healthy pace from 1995 until the Russian economic crisis hit in 1998, which slowed growth temporarily. This resulted in negative fiscal and external account developments and noticeable contractions in GDP and industrial production. Towards the end of 1999 the economy picked up again, as the budget cuts recommended by IMF started to show their effect, and trade and FDI figures improved. In 2002, Latvia showed a rather enviable GDP growth rate of 6.1 per cent. Even stronger growth has occurred in the first quarter of 2003 (8.8 per cent). Current forecasts show a GDP growth of 7 per cent expected for the year 2003. If this growth rate is realized, Latvia will have posted one of the highest GDP growth rates in all of Europe.

    32. Journal Abbreviation List
    Journal of business and economic statistics, J. Bus. Econ. Statist. Journal ofbusiness Research, J. Bus. russian economic Trends, russian Econ. Trends
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    Journal Name Abbreviation Academia Economic Papers Academia Econ. Pap. Accounting Review Acc. Rev. Accounting, Business and Financial History Acc., Bus. Finan. Hist. ACES Bulletin ACES Bull. Acta Oeconomica Acta Oecon. Advancing the Consumer Interest Advanc. Cons. Interest African Development Review/Revue Africaine de Developpement African Devel. Rev./Revue Africaine Devel. African Economic History African Econ. Hist. African Finance Journal African Finance J. Afrika Spectrum Afrika Spec. Agenda Agenda Agribusiness Agribusiness Agricultural and Resource Economics Review Agr. Resource Econ. Rev. Agricultural Economics Research Agr. Econ. Res. Agricultural Economics Agr. Econ. Agricultural Finance Review Agr. Finance Rev. Agriculture and Human Values Agr. Human Values Agriculture and Resources Quarterly Agr. Resources Quart. Agronomia Mesoamericana Agronomia Mesoamericana Allgemeines Statistisches Archiv/Journal of the German Statistical Society Allgemeines Statistisches Arch./J. German Statistical Society

    33. Foreign Languages And International Economics
    STA 291 Statistical Method, 3. ECO 391 economic and business statistics, 3 RAE 411 Structure and Stylistics of russian, 3. RAE 430G business russian, 3

    34. Undergraduate-international-joint_programs.cfm
    BUAD 310 Applied business statistics, 4 BUAD 351 - economic Analysis forbusiness Decisions IR 345 - russian and Soviet Foreign Policy

    35. Pravda.RU Russian Businessmen Still Manage To Cheat The State
    Russia’s statistics Committee is closely watching economic condition of the In a word, this means that russian business still sticks to a defective
    Aug, 23 2002 In Russian Em Portugues Russia World ... About Pravda.RU:Top Stories:More in detail
    Russian businessmen still manage to cheat the state
    According to Russia’s Statistics Committee, amount of unprofitable enterprises increased from 38,6% as of the first half-year of 2001 to 46,7% in the first half-year of 2002. At that, profitable enterprises are concentrated mostly in communication (63,3%), trade and catering (64,7%), construction sphere (54,1%) and industry (53,5%). Enterprises of the housing and communal economy, transport and agriculture are the most unprofitable, share of these enterprises makes up 65,3%, 54,5% and 50,7% respectively.
    Over the first half-year of 2002, 58,700 organizations (with the exception of small-scale business, agricultural enterprises, banks, insurance and budgetary organizations) gained profit at the rate of 548,4 billion rubles. 51,400 Russian enterprises suffered losses to the sum of 185,4 billion rubles. At that, balancing financial result (profit minus losses) of Russian enterprises over the first half-year made up 363 billion rubles in current prices ($11,5 billion), that is 240,3 billion rubles less than over the same year-ago period (603,3 billion rubles).
    Number of unprofitable organizations in Moscow increased over
    January – May, 2002 from 1,200 to 1,500 as compared with the same year-ago period. Amount of loss gained 18,6% to 10,5 billion rubles. Balancing financial result of average and large-scale enterprises in Moscow made up 116,7 billion rubles over the same period, the Moscow City Statistics informs. Effective debt of Moscow enterprises made up 1 trillion 696,3 billion rubles as of June 1, 2002 (it is 21% less than by June 1, 2001). Outstanding debt of Moscow enterprises made up 173,8 billion rubles, or 10,2% of the total debt.

    36. Institute Of Management And Business
    The russianAmerican Joint Faculty of International economic Relations and Management BMGT 230 business statistics. An introduction to probabilistic and
    Institute of Management and Business
    Primorsky Territory Administration Building The Institute of Management and Business was established in 1996 on the basis of the Schools of Economics International Economic Relations and Management Management and Business , and Professional Development and Retraining . The Institute offers undergraduate degrees in economics and management and conducts non-credit courses of professional development in economics and management for adult students. It provides consulting services to the local business community and conducts research in the areas of regional economy, business and public administration. It also trains highly qualified researchers and instructors in the field of economics, administration and management. The Institute offers courses in the following concentrations:
    • management

    37. BU Libraries | Research Tools | Russia And Republics
    Important social, economic and cultural statistics, with links to other Passport Russia Your Pocket Guide to russian business, Customs and Etiquette
    Catalogs E-Resources E-Journals Guides ... Ref Shelf
    This bibliography on Russia and the Former Soviet Republics provides information - books and Web sites - for those interested in doing business or establishing a business in Russia and the Former Soviet Republics. It is intended as a starting point for research and is not comprehensive. The reference books listed are shelved on the third floor of Pardee Library. To find additional books on Russia and the Former Soviet Republics, use the Boston University online library catalog . Web sites with the BU notation can be accessed on campus or off campus through the proper Boston University connections. For details, please see Connecting to Library Databases . For further assistance, please call the library at 617 353-4303 or ask at the Reference/Information Desk.
    Country Web and Print Resources:
    Russian Federation
    Central Bank of the Russian Federation

    Annual and monthly statistics covering key economic data on twelve transition maps of russian regions, color statistical maps with economic, business,
      Note: For election statistics, click here
    • Countries in Transition 1995 : WIIW Handbook of Statistics
      Sample online version of a 340-page handbook (WILS Ref HC244.C68x.1995) published in Oct. 1995 by the Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies (Wiener Institut für Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche). The institutewhich may be reached at: a non-profit organization supported by the Republic of Austria and other corporate institutions. It is an important source of information on the countries of the former eastern bloc. The new handbook of annual and monthly statistics covers ten transition countries (including Russia) in the period 1990-1995; it offers figures drawn from original sources published in the respective countries documenting recent economic developments.
      Sample tables available online for Russia include "Population and standard of living" and "Foreign trade by main partners."
    • Countries in Transition 2001: WIIW Handbook of Statistics
      Sample online version of a new 540 p. handbook (including 400 tables and graphs) published in Oct. 2001 by the Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies (Wiener Institut für Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche) (WILS Ref On order). Annual and monthly statistics covering key economic data on twelve transition countries for the period 1990 to August 2001: Bulgaria; Croatia; Czech Republic; Hungary; Macedonia; Poland; Romania; Russia; Slovakia; Slovenia; Ukraine; Yugoslavia.

    39. Guide To Statistics In The Albert Sloman Library
    economic statistics (general). 4.1 Industry. Commerce. Trade. business. Leisure russian Federation (OECD economic surveys) 1995 HC 335.49.O7

    40. Glossary For Transport Statistics, 3rd Edition
    Road, rail, waterways, and pipelines. Also in print, with parallel versions in French and russian. By the United Nations economic Commission for Europe (UN/ECE), the European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT), and Eurostat, 2003, 109 pages.

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