This article examines survival strategies of urban households in post-socialist cities during the transition from the Soviet system to a market economy. The article links the outcomes of systemic transformation to the daily lives of households and connects urban change induced by mass privatization to class and gender processes inside the households. These other transitions in everyday class and gender processes are consistently overlooked by macroeconomic approaches that dominate among transition theorists and policy consultants.
Pavlovskaya, M. 2004. "Other Transitions: Multiple Economies of Moscow Households in the 1990s." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 94(2): 329–351.