Anatoly Chubais published an article in the Russian journal Voprosy ekonomiki under the title "Non-payments in the Russian economy of the 1990s: an unforeseen institution." At the same time, the material is signed simply: "independent researcher" from the city of Glasgow, UK.
The abstract of the article states that "among the large-scale processes that caused the greatest damage to the economy and the population of Russia in the 1990s and significantly undermined the prestige of the reformers, non-payments occupied a special place." In addition, it is specified that the author reflects in it "the scale, depth and duration of this phenomenon", as well as its causes.
In March 2022, Chubais resigned as Putin's special envoy for sustainable development and left Russia. As Bloomberg wrote , he did this because of disagreement with the war that the Russian president launched against Ukraine. However, he never spoke publicly on this topic.
Previously, the media did not report that Anatoly Chubais might live in the UK. In May, Chubais and his wife, Dunya Smirnova, were seen at a police station in northern Israel, where they were reportedly about to apply for a permanent identity card or Israeli passport. He himself denied this information.
From 2008 to 2020, Chubais headed Rusnano.