Publisher: Kluwer Law International; 1 edition (August 1, 2000)
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This booklet is special in at the very least 3 ways. to begin with, the authors strategy fiscal crime in Russia with no its a priori stigmatization as a part of the final `criminalization' of the economic climate. really they view it as a well-known reaction to and crucial a part of the post-Soviet transition, and examine the function of financial crime within the functioning/subverting of nation, industry and civil society associations within the new Russia. Secondly, the booklet finds the latent components of financial crime – the time-honored practices that are so common that they develop into ordinarily authorised or tolerated in society, yet whilst represent and nurture an atmosphere for financial crime. Thirdly, it deals clues for fixing a few of Russia's paradoxes: How do humans live on if wages are usually not paid on time or in complete, or even while paid, are nonetheless insufficient for simple residing criteria? If the rule of thumb of legislation doesn't rule, then what does? What are the principles of the alleged Russian disease? How is it attainable to wrestle corruption in a society the place supposedly no employer or establishment is loose from it? such a lot sorts of Russian fiscal crime within the Nineties are tested during this publication. The authors display how switch and continuity are either components that are an important to an knowing of the post-Soviet order and to account for the problems of democratization and marketization in Russia. This paintings demanding situations the intended transparency of the post-Soviet Russian economic climate for the surface international and indicates how the Russian financial system relatively works. the belief for this booklet arose out of the East eu local Programme on the sixteenth foreign Symposium on financial Crime, held at Jesus collage in Cambridge in September 1998. It contains papers offered on the Symposium including new papers commissioned particularly for this quantity.