Marakhonov Vladimir

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  • № 1, 2010


      The author of the article proposes the hypothesis that the Russian economy has a somewhat inherent fundamental flaw that not only prevents it from the normal development, but also is the main cause of many problems in the country’s social life that do not seem to be directly correlated with the economic sphere. V.Marakhanov states that its drawback is the lack of the efficient system of the added value production. Having traced in detail the history of the Russian economic development back to the existence of the USSR, the author sheds light on the fact that this system being destroyed during the Soviet years was not restored within the transformation period towards the market economy and analyzes the relevant and possible implications of such situation.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2010-56-1-89-110