- Associate Research Fellow:Institute for Industrial and Market Studies / International Center for the Study of Institutions and Development
2010 - Doctor of Science in Economics. Russian Academy of Sciences.
2009 - Dr. rer. pol. (PhD in Economics). University of Mannheim.
2005 - Candidate of Science in Economics (PhD equivalent). Russian Academy of Sciences.
2003 - Diploma (MA equivalent) with honors in International Economics. Finance Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation.
- Book Libman A., Rochlitz M. Federalism in China and Russia: Story of Success and Story of Failure? (Studies in Fiscal Federalism and State-local Finance). Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019.
- Article Libman A., Obydenkova A. Inequality and historical legacies: evidence from post-communist regions // Post-Communist Economies. 2019 doi
- Article Libman A., Lankina T. Soviet Legacies of Economic Development, Oligarchic Rule and Electoral Quality in Eastern Europe's Partial Democracies: The Case of Ukraine // Comparative Politics. 2019 (in press)
- Article Libman A., Dolgopyatova T. G., Yakovlev A. A. Board Empowerment: What Motivates Board Members of Founder-Owned Companies? // Journal of Management Inquiry. 2018. P. 1-18. doi
- Article Rosenberg D., Kozlov V. A., Libman A. Political Regimes, Income and Health: Evidence from Sub-National Comparative Method // Social Science Research. 2018. Vol. 72. No. May. P. 20-37. doi
- Article Kluge J., Libman A. Sticks or Carrots? Comparing Effectiveness of Government Informal Economy Policies in Russia // Comparative Economic Studies. 2018. Vol. 60. No. 4. P. 605-637. doi
- Article Kozlov V. A., Libman A., Schultz A. Testosterone and Repression in Non-Democracies: Evidence from a Sample of Russian Governors // Kyklos. 2018. Vol. 71. No. 2. P. 244-278. doi
- Article Burkhardt F., Libman A. The Tail Wagging the Dog? Top-down and Bottom-up Explanations for Bureaucratic Appointments in Authoritarian Regimes // Russian Politics. 2018. Vol. 3. No. 2. P. 239-259. doi
- Article Dolgopyatova T. G., Libman A., Yakovlev A. A. Unintended Benefits of Empowering Boards in Conglomerates: A Case Study of AFK Sistema // Journal for East European Management Studies. 2018. Vol. 23. No. 2. P. 177-202. doi
- Article Libman A. Subnational political regimes and formal economic regulation: Evidence from Russian regions // Regional and Federal Studies. 2017. Vol. 27. No. 2. P. 127-151. doi
- Article Libman A., Kozlov V. A. The legacy of compliant activism in autocracies: post-Communist experience // Contemporary Politics . 2017. Vol. 23. No. 2. P. 195-213. doi
- Article Lankina T. V., Libman A., Obydenkova A. Appropriation and Subversion: Precommunist Literacy, Communist Party Saturation, and Postcommunist Democratic Outcomes // World Politics. 2016. Vol. 68. No. 2. P. 229-274. doi
- Article Lankina T., Libman A., Obydenkova A. Authoritarian and Democratic Diffusion in Post-Communist Regions. // Comparative Political Studies. 2016. Vol. 49. No. 12. P. 1599-1629. doi
- Chapter Libman A., Obydenkova A. “Economic Reforms in Ukraine in Comparative Perspective: Formal and Informal Dimensions”, in: Beyond the Euromaidan: Comparative Perspectives for Advancing Reform in Ukraine. Stanford : Stanford University Press, 2016.
- Book Autocratic and Democratic External Influences in Post-Soviet Eurasia / Ed. by A. Obydenkova, A. Libman. Ashgate, 2015.
- Article Libman A., Obydenkova A. CPSU Legacies and Regional Democracy in Contemporary Russia // Political Studies. 2015. Vol. 63. No. S1. P. 173-190.
- Book Obydenkova A., Libman A. Causes and Consequences of Democratization. The regions of Russia. Routledge, 2015.
- Book Obydenkova A., Libman A. Causes and Consequences of Democratization: the Regions of Russia. L., NY : Routledge, 2015.
- Chapter Obydenkova A., Libman A. Modern External Influences and the Multi-Level Regime Transition: Theory Building, in: Autocratic and Democratic External Influences in Post-Soviet Eurasia / Ed. by A. Obydenkova, A. Libman. Ashgate, 2015. P. 15-43.
- Chapter Libman A., Obydenkova A. Summarizing Theory-Testing and Future Research Agenda, in: Autocratic and Democratic External Influences in Post-Soviet Eurasia / Ed. by A. Obydenkova, A. Libman. Ashgate, 2015. P. 105-124.
- Article Obydenkova A., Libman A. Understanding the survival of post-Communist corruption in contemporary Russia: The influence of historical legacies // Post-Soviet Affairs. 2015. Vol. 31. No. 4. P. 304-338. doi
- Article Libman A., Obydenkova A. Governance of Commons in a Large Nondemocratic Country: The Case of Forestry in the Russian Federation // Publius . 2014. Vol. 44. No. 2. P. 298-323.
- Article Libman A., Obydenkova A. International Trade as a Limiting Factor in Democratization: an Analysis of Subnational Regions in Post-Communist Russia // Studies in Comparative International Development. 2014. Vol. 49. No. 2. P. 168-196.
- Article Libman A., Schultz A., Kozlov V. Judicial Alignment and Criminal Justice: Evidence from Russian Courts. // Post-Soviet Affairs. 2014. No. 30(2-3). P. 137-170.
- Article Obydenkova A., Libman A. Understanding the foreign policy of autocratic actors: ideology or pragmatism? Russia and the Tymoshenko trial as a case study // Contemporary Politics . 2014. Vol. 20. No. 3. P. 347-364.
- Article Libman A., Obydenkova A. Communism or Communists? Soviet Legacies and Corruption in Transition Economies // Economics Letters. 2013. Vol. 119. No. 1. P. 101-103. doi
- Article Libman A., Golovnin M., Ushkalova D., Yakusheva A. Is the USSR Dead? Experience from the Financial and Economic Crisis of 2008-2009. // Communist and Post-Communist Studies. 2013. No. 46(1). P. 109-122.
- Article Vinokurov E., Libman A. Post-Soviet Integration and the Interaction of Functional Bureaucracies // Review of International Political Economy. 2012. No. 19(5). P. 867-894.