The market nature of social reforms in Russia: a course for commercialization

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Continuing the theme of major reforms of public sector in Russia during the last two decades (1), this article presents the analysis of social reforms such as education, healthcare and pension reforms. Numerous attempts to adaptation of social norms and regulations working in the Soviet Union to market realities, as well as the borrowing of market instruments of social reform, are very painful, because they reflect on the living standards of millions of russians.

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E V Ponomarenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia



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