Post-Soviet informality: towards theory-building

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Aliyev, Huseyn;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Emerald

Purpose\ud – The purpose of this paper is to suggest that informal practices and institutions of post-Soviet countries differ from informality in other post-socialist regions and, therefore, proposes categorizing it as “post-Soviet informality” – a composite definition ... View more
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