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*FrontMatter, pg. i*Contents, pg. vii*Preface, pg. ix*I. Russian and Soviet Entrepreneursbip in a Comparative Context, pg. 1*II. The Russian Entrepreneur in the Tsarist Period: An Overview, pg. 13*III. Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship In Sixteenth!Seventeenth- Century Russia, pg. 27*IV. Enterpreneurship and the Structure of Enterprise in Russia, 1800-1880, pg. 59*V. Socializing for Modernization in a Multiethnic Elite, pg. 84*VI. Notes on Jewish Entrepreneursbip in Tsarist Russia, pg. 104*VII. The Economic Policy of the Tsarist Government and Enterprise in Russia from the End of the Nineteenth through the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, pg. 125*VIII. Foreign Participation in Russian Economic Life: Notes on British Enterprise, 1865-1914, pg. 140*IX. Russian Industrialists during World War I: The Interaction of Economics and Politics, pg. 159*X. Entrepreneurship in the Soviet Period: An Overview, pg. 191*XI. The Red-Expert Debate: Continuities in the State- Entrepreneur Tension, pg. 201*XII. Institutional Innovation and Economic Management: The Soviet Incentive System, 1921 to the Present, pg. 223*XIII. The Soviet Farm Manager as an Entrepreneur, pg. 258*XIV. The Party as Manager and Entrepreneur, pg. 284*XV. Organizing for Technological Innovation in the 1980s, pg. 306*XVI. Economic Innovation in Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union: Observations, pg. 347*The Contributors, pg. 361*Index, pg. 363.
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