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Political Economy of Development: Mechanisms of Path-Dependence and Change

Priority areas of development: economics
2018
The project has been carried out as part of the HSE Program of Fundamental Studies.

Publications:


Reuter O. J., Beazer Q. Who's to Blame? Political Centralization and Electoral Punishment under Authoritarianism // The Journal of Politics. 2019. Vol. 81. No. 2. P. 648-662. doi
Burkhardt F., Kluge J. Kampf um das Eigentum. Staat und Wirtschaft in Russland // Osteuropa. 2018. Vol. 68. No. 10-12. P. 175-187.
Borisova E. I., Govorun A., Ivanov D., Levina I. A. Social Capital and Preferences for Redistribution to Target Groups // European Journal of Political Economy. 2018. Vol. 54. P. 56-67. doi
Buckley N. Corruption and Power in Russia. Philadelphia : Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2018.
Szakonyi D. S. Governing Business: The State and Business in Russia. Philadelphia : Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2018.
Szakonyi D. S. Businesspeople in Elected Office: Identifying Private Benefits from Firm-Level Returns // American Political Science Review. 2018. Vol. 112. No. 2. P. 322-338. doi
Казун А. П., Титова М. М. На пятьдесят оттенков светлее: как изменилось рейдерство в России с 2011 по 2015 гг. // Общественные науки и современность. 2018. № 4. С. 22-36. doi
Remington T. F. Russian Economic Inequality in Comparative Perspective // Comparative Politics. 2018. Vol. 50. No. 3. P. 395-416.
Libman A., Burkhardt F. The Tail Wagging the Dog? Top-Down and Bottom-Up Explanations for Bureaucratic Appointments in Authoritarian Regimes // Russian Politics. 2018. Vol. 3. No. 2