Project description: This collection of 10 oral histories features Russian economic reformers and human rights activists, all of whom played leadership roles in the movements that have transformed Russian society over the past 50 years.
Regulatory significance: Many of the interviewees are economists who discuss the shift from the Soviet era to broader market integration. Some conversations involve regulation and deregulation of various sectors of the economy.
Repository: Duke University, DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy
Interview dates: 2009
Digital access: Audio is available for all interviews. Some interviews have English transcripts available, and the project appears to be working on Russian transcripts as well.