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Contents List of Illustrations 000 List of Tables 000 Acknowledgments 000 Introduction 000 1. Why Are Informal Practices Still Prevalent in Russia? 000 2. Chernyi Piar: Dirty Campaigning and the Workings of Russian Democracy 000 3. Kompromat: The Use of Compromising Information in Informal Politics 000 4. Krugovaia Poruka: Sustaining the Ties of Joint Responsibility 000 5. Tenevoi Barter: Shadow Barter, Barter Chains, and Nonmonetary Markets 000 6. Dvoinaia Bukhgalteriia: Double Accountancy and Financial Scheming 000 7. Post-Soviet Tolkachi: Alternative Enforcement and the Use of Law 000 Conclusion 000 Appendixes Appendix 1. Pravda versus Istina 000 Appendix 2. The profile of the leading media outlets and the database of PR-prices in the national media in the 1990s 000 Appendix 3. "Bound by One Chain" by Nautilus Pompilus 000 Appendix 4. List of Legal Documents Related to Barter Transactions in the Russian Federation, 19901997 000 Appendix 5. List of Respondents 000 Appendix 6. List of Questions 000 Notes 000 Glossary 000 Bibliography 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Political corruption -- Russia (Federation).
Political culture -- Russia (Federation).
Corporations -- Corrupt practices -- Russia (Federation).
Corporate culture -- Russia (Federation).
Social networks -- Russia (Federation).
Business networks -- Russia (Federation).
Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 1991-.
Russia (Federation) -- Economic conditions -- 1991-.