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Neoliberalism and the Law in Post Communist Transition: The Evolving Role of Law in Russia's Transition to Capitalism Hardcover – 10 Mar 2010


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"The author has written a passionate critique on neoliberalism, and his analyses of the treatment of the rule of law in the discussions on reform―in Russia and elsewhere―are well worth reading; his conclusions that one cannot dismiss politics and law from economic policy, and that distribution issues matter, are convincing." Joop de Kort, Review of Central and East European Law 36 (2011)  

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Ioannis Glinavos is Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Westminster, UK.

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