Steven R. Rosefielde (born 1942) is Professor of Comparative Economic Systems at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is also a member of the  Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
Reviews and citations [ edit ]
Rosefielde's work has been reviewed in peer journals.
Red Holocaust was reviewed in Scandinavian Economic History Review Volume 59, Issue 3.  Russia since 1980: Wrestling with Westernization was reviewed in History: Reviews of New Books Volume 38, Issue 4.  Measuring enterprise efficiency in the Soviet Union: A stochastic frontier analysis has been cited over seventy times. 
Selected works [ edit ]
Russia since 1980: Wrestling with Westernization, with Stefan Hedlund, Cambridge University Press, 2009
Red Holocaust, Routledge, 2009
Economic Welfare and the Economics of Soviet Socialism: Essays in Honor of Abram Bergson, Cambridge University Press, 2008
The Russian Economy: From Lenin to Putin, Wiley-Blackwell, 2007
Masters of Illusion: American Leadership In The Media Age, Cambridge University Press, 2006
Comparative Economic Systems: Culture, Wealth, and Power in the 21st Century, Wiley-Blackwell, 2002, 2005, 2008
Russia in the 21st Century: The Prodigal Superpower, Cambridge University Press, 2004
Efficiency and Russia's Economic Recovery Potential to the Year 2000 and Beyond, ed., Ashgate Publishing, 1998
(PDF file) Documented Homicides and Excess Deaths: New Insights into the Scale of Killing in the USSR during the 1930s. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 321–333. University of California, 1997.
False Science: Underestimating the Soviet Arms Buildup. An Appraisal of the CIA's Direct Costing Effort, 1960–1985, 1988
World Communism at the Crossroads: Military Ascendancy, Political Economy, and Human Welfare, 1980
Soviet International Trade in Heckscher-Ohlin Perspective: An Input-Output Study, 1973
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