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    Multiple global changes are impacting Russia today. Economic transformations in Russia have prompted the establishment of new relations in economic, institutional and ecological spheres, including within the Forest Industry. This paper focuses on the Forest sector in Irkutsk province and beyond, examining the basic problems related to the transformation of the forest industry of Irkutsk province, and the major factors and conditions influencing dynamics of institutional structure transformation. A brief historical digression and the analysis of institutional structures are also presented.

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    Dayneko, Dennis V.; Gustafson, Eric J. 2013. The history and future of the forest industry of Irkutsk province. In: Madry, Cezary, ed. Regions and their socio-economic growth. Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management. Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznari: 29-44.

    Keywords

    Irkutsk, forest industry, institutional structure, institutional changes, global changes, ownership, legislature, taxes

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