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RUSSIAN ECONOMISTS COMING TO NEW YORK SCHOOL

 RUSSIAN ECONOMISTS COMING TO NEW YORK SCHOOL
 Between 20 and 25 Russian economists from the Institute of World


Economics and International Relations in Moscow, an institute from which Boris Yelstin and Mikail Gorbachev have drawn their advisers, will be coming to the Henry George School of Social Science to participate in a three week conference focusing on the economics of the market economy, the development of a land-tenure system, and the privatization of capital. The economists will be in New York and studying at the School beginning on March 16.
 Issues emerging from the break up of the Soviet bloc make the tenure of land crucial in the transition to a free market economy. The Henry George School, a privately funded and non-profit educational institution chartered by University of the State of New York to teach economics and social philosophy, focuses its research and teaching on the land use and development. Inquiries from the press are welcome and a press conference will be announced for the second week of their stay. The school is located at 121 E. 30th St. and the phone number is 212-889-8020.
 More information to follow.
 CONTACT: George L. Collins, executive director of the Henry George School, 212-889-8020.
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CO: Henry George School of Social Sciences ST: New York IN: SU: PS-AH -- NY092 -- 5177 03/04/92 18:08 EST
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