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Dynamics of Professional Composition of Regional Parliaments in the Russian Federation in the 2000s and 2010s

Student: Ksenija Maligina

Supervisor: Alexey Sergeevich Titkov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2016

The research question is laid in a sphere of regional policy. The research issue is the dynamics of regional parliaments professional composition and its specifics. The question of the study is: what is the specificity of the professional composition dynamics dependence on factors? The regions under study are the Stavropol region, the Astrakhan region, the Kurs region and the Belgorodsk region.The research is grounded on the neo-institutional theory. The first phase of the project involves the analysis of the dynamics of the occupational structure of regional parliaments. The next phase involves the analysis of concept of proffesionalization which describes the dynamics of the professional composition of the regions. The final phase involves the analysis of the specificity of the dynamics of the professional occupation of parliaments. The results of the research allow for more attention to the problem of parliaments efficiency and may direct future research on the political participation in Russian regions.

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