Table of contents for How Russia really works : the informal practices that shaped post-Soviet politics and business / Alena V. Ledeneva.

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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			
3. Kompromat: The Use of Compromising Information in Informal Politics			
4. Krugovaia Poruka: Sustaining the Ties of Joint Responsibility 					
5. Tenevoi Barter: Shadow Barter, Barter Chains, and Nonmonetary Markets			
6. Dvoinaia Bukhgalteriia: Double Accountancy and Financial Scheming				
7. Post-Soviet Tolkachi: Alternative Enforcement and the Use of Law				
Conclusion									000
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								
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-.