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Dina Rosenberg

  • Dina Rosenberg has been at HSE since 2012.

Education and Degrees

  • 2013

    PhD in Political Science
    State University of New York at Binghamton

  • 2010

    Master in Political Science
    Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University)

  • 2008

    Bachelor in Political Science
    Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University)

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Courses (2016/2017)

  • State Examination (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; programme "Political Science"; 4 year, 4 module)Rus

  • Past Courses

Courses (2015/2016)

Courses (2014/2015)

Courses (2013/2014)

Research Seminar (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Politics; spec. "Политический анализ"; 3 year, 1-4 module)Eng

Courses (2012/2013)

Research Seminar (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Politics; spec. "Political Research"; 3 year, 1-4 module)Rus

Publications15

Working papers / under review

  • “Political economy of infant mortality rate: role of “good governance” and globalization” (under review at World Development)
  • “Institutional Deficit and Human Misery During Post-Communist Transitions” (with Vladimir Kozlov) (under review at Economics of Transition)
  • “Decentralization and Globalization as Mediated By Political Competition” (with Irina Busygina and Mikhail Filippov).
  • “Assessing the Factors of Regulatory Corruption at Subnational Level: the Case of India” (with Andrei Zhirnov)
  • “Autocratic Health versus Democratic Health: Different outcome variables for health as a factor versus health as a right (with Olga Shvetsova)
  • “Health Benefits from Living in a Democracy: The High Trajectory of Healthcare Development” (with Olga Shvetsova)
  • “Politicians, bureaucrats and health outcomes at the subnational level in Russia” (with Andrei Yakovlev and Andrei Tkachenko)
  • “Law enforcement and court system in Russia” (with Ella Paneyakh)
  • “Democratization and health outcomes at the subnational level in Russia” (with Vladimir Kozlov and Alexander Libman)
  • “Politicians, bureaucrats and Russian Academy of Sciences reform”
  • “Lobbyist Underpayments in the US: Uncertainty vs. Overconfidence”

Research Projects

  • "Political Atlas of the Modern World", MGIMO(U), 2005-2008
  • "Administrative, tax and court reforms in Russia under V. Putin, 2000-2008", Winter 2009 (Research Assistant to Professor Gans-Morse from University of California, Berkeley)
  • "Law and Politics", State University of New York, Binghamton, Spring Semester, 2010 (Research Assistant to Professor Yates)
  • "Institutional Change", State University of New York, Binghamton, Fall Semester, 2011 (Research Assistant to Professor Filippov)

Grants

  • 2013 Salmin Award for Best Paper 
  • 2013 Binghamton University Travel Grant 
  • 2011 Binghamton University Travel Grant 
  • 2010 MGIMO(U) Travel Grant 
  • 2008 MGIMO(U) Travel Grant 
  • 2007 Russian Government Fellowship

Conferences

  • Groningen, Netherlands, April 7th -10th, 2015. “Political economy of infant mortality rate: role of “good governance” and globalization”, accepted to the European Public Choice Society 2015 Meeting
  • Chicago, USA, April 16th -19th, 2015: “Assessing the Factors of Regulatory Corruption at Subnational Level: the Case of India” (with A. Zhirnov), presented by the co-author to the panel “Political Economy of Decentralization” at 2015 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association
  • Chicago, USA, April 16th -19th, 2015: “Decentralization and Globalization as Mediated By Political Competition” (with Irina Busygina and Mikhail Filippov), accepted to 2015 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association
  • San Antonio, TX, USA, March 12th-15th, 2015. “Assessing the Factors of Regulatory Corruption at Subnational Level: the Case of India” (with A. Zhirnov), presented by the coauthor  to the panel “Regulation II” by the co-author at the 2015 Public Choice Conference
  • San Antonio, TX, USA, March 12th-15th, 2015. “Autocratic Health versus Democratic Health: Different outcome variables for health as a factor versus health as a right (with Olga Shvetsova), accepted to the 2015 Public Choice Conference
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA, March 5th -7th , 2015, “Law enforcement and court system in Russia” (with Ella Paneyakh) presented to the UCLA workshop on “Russia’s Changing Political Order”
  • Rome, Italy, December, 18th-20th, 2014. "Effect of Institutional Restructuring on Health in Post-Communist Countries: Lessons for Russia” (with Vladimir Kozlov), presented by the coauthor at the 10th Annual Conference, Italian association of law and economics.
  • Helsinki, Finland, October 22-24, 2014 "Effect of Institutional Restructuring on Health in Post-Communist Countries: Lessons for Russia” (with Vladimir Kozlov), accepted to Aleksanteri Conference, Aleksanteri Institute
  • Moscow, Russia, September, 18th, 2014. "Effect of Institutional Restructuring on Health in Post-Communist Countries: Lessons for Russia” (with Vladimir Kozlov), presented by the coauthor at Laboratory for Comparative Social Research, NRU HSE.
  • Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 19th-24th, 2014: “Good Governance vs. Democracy: What Matters More?” presented to the panel “What makes Governance Good/Bad Enough” at the IPSA (International Political Science Association) 23rd World Congress of Political Science
  • Pushkin, Saint Petersburg, Russia, May 29th- 31st, 2014: “Good Governance vs. Democracy: What Matters More?” presented to the panel “Do Institutions Matter? Long and Short-Term Perspectives” at the EACES (European Association of Comparative Economic Studies)-HSE Workshop “Political Economy of Development: a Comparative Perspective” within the 3rd International Center for the Study of Institutions and Development (ISCID) Conference
  • Charleston, USA, March 6th -9th, 2014: “Good Governance vs. Democracy: What Matters More?” presented to the panel “Empirical Studies in Public Choice” at the 2014 Public Choice Conference
  • Saint Petersburg, Russia, November 22nd-23rd, 2013: “Good Governance vs. Democracy: What Matters More?” presented to the panel “International Public Policy to Combat Dissemination of Destructive Social Epidemics” at the International Conference “Social Epidemics: Policy and Practice of Efficient Response”
  • Chicago, USA, April 11th -15th, 2013: “Innovation Blocking by Early Winners: Role of Political Institutions,” presented to the panel “Comparative Political Economy” at 2013 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association
  • Chicago, USA, March 31st-April 3rd, 2011: “Decentralization, R&D and Innovations” presented to the panel “Comparative Political Economy” at 2011 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association
  • Guest Lecture, “Reckless 1990s in Russia”, Fall 2010, Russian Politics (instructor Mikhail Filippov), Binghamton University
  • Guest Lecture “Collapse of Soviet Union”, Fall 2010, Russian Politics (instructor Mikhail Filippov), Binghamton University
  • Saint-Petersburg, Russia, November 22nd-23rd, 2013: “Good Governance vs. Democracy: What Matters More?” presented to the panel “International Public Policy to Combat Dissemination of Destructive Social Epidemics” at the International Conference “Social Epidemics: Policy and Practice of Efficient Response”
  • Chicago, USA, April 11th -15th, 2013: “Innovation Blocking by Early Winners: Role of Political Institutions,” presented to the panel “Comparative Political Economy” at 2013 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association
  • Chicago, USA, March 31st-April 3rd, 2011: “Decentralization, R&D and Innovations” presented to the panel “Comparative Political Economy” at 2011 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association
  • Guest Lecture, “Reckless 1990s in Russia”, Fall 2010, Russian Politics (instructor Mikhail Filippov), Binghamton University
  • Guest Lecture “Collapse of Soviet Union”, Fall 2010, Russian Politics (instructor Mikhail Filippov), Binghamton University

Employment history

Professional Experience

2014-present — Assistant Professor, National Research University - Higher School of Economics

2013-2014 — Postdoctoral Fellow, National Research University - Higher School of Economics

Fall 2013 — Associate Researcher, Higher School of Economics

Spring 2013 — Research Assistant for Professor Mikhail Filippov, Binghamton University

Fall 2011 — Research Assistant for Professor Mikhail Filippov, Binghamton University

Spring  — Research Assistant for Professor Jeffrey L. Yates, Binghamton University

Winter 2009 — Research Assistant for Professor George Gans-Morse, Berkeley University

2005-2008 — Research Assistant for the Political Atlas of the World project, Moscow State Institute of International Relations

Teaching Experience

Fall 2015-Spring 2016 — “Comparative and International Political Economy” NRU HSE

Spring 2015 — “Introduction to Comparative Politics” (In Russian) NES (New Economic School)

Fall 2014 - Spring 2015 — “Comparative and International Political Economy”
NRU HSE

Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 — “Comparative and International Political Economy” 
NRU HSE

Fall 2012 —  of record for “Comparative and International Political Economy” NRU HSE               

Spring 2011 — Teaching Assistant to Professor Michael McDonald for “American Politics” Binghamton University 

Fall 2010 — Teaching Assistant to Professor William Heller for “Comparative Politics” Binghamton University

Fall 2008 — Binghamton University  Language Resource Specialist and Discussion Leader of the Course in International Business

Timetable for today

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«Non-Western Social Movements and Participatory Democracy: Protest in the Age of Transnationalism»

The book "Non-Western Social Movements and Participatory Democracy: Protest in the Age of Transnationalism" by associate professors of the Department of Political Science Ekim Arbatli and Dina Rosenberg was published in the publishing house "Springer". It's the first book in the new series "Societies and political orders in transition", initiated by the Faculty of Social Sciences.