Articles by Poul Funder Larsen



Transition to Capitalism in Black & White

Anders Åslund, the Swedish economist who helped shape economic reform in the former Soviet Union in the 1990s, has a quality rarely exhibited in macroeconomics: passion.

Transition to Capitalism in Black & White

Anders Åslund, the Swedish economist who helped shape economic reform in the former Soviet Union in the 1990s, has a quality rarely exhibited in macroeconomics: passion.

Miners' Threats Loom Over Norilsk Reform

Moskvich Likely to Go to Moscow

Investment Banks Show Evolution

High-Roller Bankers Seek New Thrills

Expat Job Market Appears Steady

Uneximbank Places $50M in Bond Offer

MOST-Bank's Gusinsky Shifts Role

Rally Rejuvenates Trade in Bank Stocks

Rival Banks Announce Merger Of Payment Cards Processing

Improved Interbank Payments Promised

Yasin Proposes Gazprom, UES Changes

State to Select Banks for Budget Funds

Banking on Rubles: 40 Percent Returns

The Year Big Business Became the State

Duma Approves Currency Tax

Alliance of Corporate Giants Brews

Decree Opens Door to 'Strategic' Firms

Official: Debt Crisis Coming

Banks Take Security, Not Industry

Misguided Subsidies Cost Billions: Study

Houston on the Volga Attracts Western Majors

Duma Set to Duke Out Tax Proposals

Refinancing Rate Falls to 48 Percent

Privatization On Track Without Foreign Banks

Stolichny Buy Creates 1st National Private Bank

Tokobank Gets $85Million From International Banks

Buying Land Is Next Hurdle for Private Firms

Tax Issue Still Troubles IMF