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The Changing Organisation of Design Firms in Moscow

‘Privatisation’, ‘market economy’ and ‘competition’ are some of the words most frequently heard at work, in the home, and in the media, in Moscow. What happens in Moscow also holds true to a greater or lesser degree across the countries of the former USSR. Lyudmila M. Burke

Author(s): Burke, Lyudmila M

Keywords: moscow;companies;ussr;urban planning;changing;economics