Paul Klebnikov holds a Ph.D. in Russian History from the London School of Economics. He is a senior editor at Forbes and has reported on Russia since 1989. A fluent Russian speaker, he has won four press awards for his writing on Russian business.
Well informed . . . A richly detailed account of the emergence of a
new Russian oligarchy.-The New York Times
Fascinating, well-written narratives of how a corrupt, oligarchic capitalist system has evolved since Yeltsin and his team first launched economic reforms in 1992.
[An] indispensable as well as riveting account of the rise of this cunning,
rapacious, and ruthless figure.-The Washington Monthly