Consumption Of Counterfeit Alcohol In Contemporary Russia: The Role Of Cultural And Structural Factors

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Zoya Kotelnikova;
  • Subject: counterfeiting; blur counterfeiting; illicit alcohol; unrecorded consumption; compulsory consumption; emerging markets.
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The majority of Russians believe that counterfeit alcohol may cause death. Nevertheless, alcohol is a common target of counterfeiting in contemporary Russia as are branded clothes, accessories and audio products. This paper aims to reveal whether counterfeit alcohol con... View more
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