Yakov Urinson

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Yakov Moiseevich Urinson (Russian: Я́ков Моисе́евич Уринсо́н; born September 12, 1944, Moscow[1]) is a Russian politician of Jewish descent, economist and Russian Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Russian economy in 1997-1998,[2] Member of the Presidium of the Russian Jewish Congress.[3]

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  • Эхо Москвы
  • Методы и модели АСПР: итоги и перспективы. (коллективная монография). — М.: Экономика, 1989. — ISBN 5-282-00674-X