Russian advisors get new jobs
News||18 June 2001|update 23|
Martin Gilman, former IMF Moscow representative, has been hired to teach economics by the Russian state-funded Higher School of Economics, while Anders Aslund, the one-time consultant and promoter of Russian privatisation, has been appointed to a World Bank team investigating the success of such programmes."The advice they are so proud of inflicted more destruction than all the bombs the Allies dropped on Germany and Japan. And, if US demographers are to be believed, the human casualties were high too", commented John Helmer in the Russia Journal.
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