Young Russians learn how to be good capitalists

Keen, Suzanne
May 1995
People Management;5/31/95, Vol. 1 Issue 11, p15
Focuses on the Chancellor's Financial Sector Scheme of the government of Great Britain that offers hand-on experience to young executives from the former Soviet Union in a free market economy. Criteria in selecting participants; Number of companies in Britain involved in the initiative; Outcome of the scheme.


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