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Trust, Morality, and Markets

Rethinking Economy and Society via the Russian Case

Yuri Veselov, Mikhail Sinyutin and Elena Kapustkina

The spread of contemporary globalized capitalism wrought by the new patterns of industrialization, marketization, and consumerization shapes Russia’s recent historical path and developmental possibilities. This book discusses Russia’s transformation into a market economy and the role of trust in the creation of new institutions and ways of life. It focuses on the relations between society and economy in a period of turbulent social change and the extraordinary transformation of social practices.
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Yuri Veselov is Head of the Department of Economic Sociology at Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia. He specializes in economic sociology, morals and markets.

Mikhail Sinyutin is Professor at Saint-Petersburg State University and specializes in history of sociology, sociology of money and institutions.

Elena Kapustkina is a lecturer at Saint-Petersburg State University specializing in entrepreneurship and gender studies.

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