Corruption in Russia

Ilya Yashin and Ilya Zaslavskiy present their reports on economic interdependence and loyalties

10/10/2016 | 12:00 - 13:30 | DGAP Berlin | Invitation only

Category: Russia, Corruption

The symbiotic relationship between power and state-dominated business is fundamental to Vladimir Putin’s Russia. While the loyalty of administrative elites to the regime is achieved in exchange for rent-seeking opportunities, many elites are also involved in criminal cases, corruption, and nepotism. This event presents two fresh reports on the topic.

Speakers: 

Ilya Yashin, Deputy Chairman of the Russian political party PARNAS (People’s Freedom Party)

Ilya Zaslavskiy, Research Expert at the Free Russia Foundation

Chair: 

Dr. Stefan Meister, Head of the Program on Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia, DGAP


Click on the picture below to hear Ilya Yashin and Ilya Zaslavskiy (in English). 

The event was organized by the Robert Bosch Center for Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia and was held in English. 

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