First published in 1999, this book has its main emphasis on the consequences of privatisation for the Russian population in Estonia, The Book will attempt to answer the following questions by comparing the Estonians and the Russians.The process of restoration of the Republic of Estonia (which began to move fast in the late 1980’s and culminated with the declaration of national independence in 1991) is seen as an important political factor behind the economic reform in Estonia. This reform during the transition period is generally considered to be among the most successful in eastern Europe.
1. Formulating the Question: Lecture, Sources and Methodology . 2. Estonia: The Roade to Independence and After 1987 – 90. 3. Estonia: The Road to Independence and After 1991-95. 4. Statistical Research. 5. Conclusion.
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