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Ноубл Бенджамин Гарри

  • Начал работать в НИУ ВШЭ в 2017 году.

Учёные степени

2016
PhD

Публикации

2017 

Noble, B. ‘Amending budget bills in the Russian State Duma.’ Post-Communist Economies, 29(4).

Baumgartner, F., M. Carammia, D. Epp, B. Noble, B. Rey, and M. Yildrim. ‘Budgetary change in authoritarian and democratic regimes’, Journal of European Public Policy, 24(6): 792-808.

Noble, B., and E. Schulmann. ‘Parliament and the Legislative Decision-making Process’, in Treisman, D. (ed.), The New Autocracy: Information, Politics, and Policy in Putin’s Russia. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.

Noble, B. ‘The State Duma, the “Crimean Consensus,” and Volodin’s reforms.’ In A. Barbashin and Ol’ga Irisova (eds), Russia: Three Years After Crimea. Warsaw: The Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding.

2013 

Noble, B. ‘Decriminalising sex between men in the former Soviet Union, 1991-2003: Conditionality and the Council of Europe’. In K. Goodall, M. Malloch, and B. Munro (eds), Building Justice in Post-Transition Europe? Processes of criminalisation within Central and Eastern European societies, Abingdon: Routledge.

Конференции

2017

Noble, B., B. Rey, H. Wang, and M. Yildrim. ‘Information processing capacity and budgetary change in authoritarian regimes.’ Paper prepared for the Comparative Agendas Project conference, Edinburgh, 15-17 June.

Conference organiser, ‘The New Politics of Authoritarianism’, University of Oxford, 14-15 March.

‘Amending budget bills in the Russian State Duma.’ Presentation for the Negotiated Texts Network launch event, Pembroke College, University of Oxford, 8 April.

Chair, ‘PPE Symposium on Russia’, New College, University of Oxford, 18 January

Noble, B. ‘Cabinet 2.0: Legislative Institutions as Intra-executive Constraints in Authoritarian Policy-making.’ Paper prepared for the annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, 6-9 April.

Noble, B. ‘Ministers with the Initiative: Russian Ministries as Actors in the Law-making Process.’ Paper prepared for the annual conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies, Cambridge, 31 March – 2 April.

2016

Noble, B. ‘Authoritarian legislatures and intra-executive constraints’. Paper prepared for the annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, 7-10 April.

Noble, B. ‘An odd type of “rubber stamp”: Intra-executive conflict in the Russian State Duma.’ Presentation prepared for the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre’s Advanced Research Seminar, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, 29 February.

Noble, B. ‘Intra-executive policy conflict in the Russian State Duma.’ Presentation prepared for the workshop ‘Policy-making in Russia: Process, objectives and perspectives’, Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, 28 January.

Noble, B. ‘Amending budget bills in the Russian State Duma’. Paper prepared for the annual conference of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies, Cambridge, 2-4 April.

2015

Baumgartner, F., P. Bishtawi, M. Carammia, D. Epp, B. Noble, B. Rey, and M. Yildrim. ‘Authoritarian Budgeting’. Paper prepared for the Comparative Agendas Project conference, Lisbon, 22-24 June.

Noble, B. ‘Fixing the Figures: Amending Budget Bills in Authoritarian Legislatures’. Paper prepared for the 2015 Comparative Agendas Project conference, Lisbon, 22-24 June.

Noble, B. ‘Rethinking “Rubber Stamps”: Amending Executive Bills in the Russian State Duma, 2003-2013’. Paper prepared for the 2015 annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, 16-19 April.

Noble, B. ‘Legislative politics and “big data”: patterns, processes, and methodological challenges’. Paper prepared for the research workshop, ‘Using multiple research methods in social sciences’, supported by the British Council, the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Education, and the Eurasian National University in Astana, Kazakhstan, 24-27 February.

Noble, B. ‘Is Parliament too old-fashioned?’ Presentation prepared for the Oxford Parliament Day, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, 19 November.

2014

Noble, B. ‘Executive bill failure under authoritarianism: Evidence from the Russian Federation’. Paper prepared for the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, 28-31 August.

Noble, B. ‘Authoritarian amendments: Executive bill change in non-democracies — evidence from the Russian Federation, 2008-2013’. Paper prepared for the 2014 Comparative Agendas Project conference, Konstanz, 12-14 June.

Noble, B. ‘Non-democratic political systems and contemporary Russia.’ Cheney School Sixth Form International Conference, Oxford, 30 January.

2013

Noble, B. “Authoritarian’ agendas? Can the Comparative Agendas Project travel to nondemocratic regimes?’ Paper prepared for the 2013 Comparative Agendas Project conference, Antwerp, 27-29 June.


Награды и гранты

2017 Sir Walter Bagehot Prize, Political Studies Association

2016 Kathryn Davis Fellowship for Peace

2015 Norman Chester Fund travel grant, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford

2014 APSA Annual Meeting Travel Grant

2014 Research grant, New College, University of Oxford

2013–2014 Departmental studentship, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford

2013 Research grant, New College, University of Oxford

2012–2013 Leverhulme Study Abroad Studentship, The Leverhulme Trust

2011–2012 Alfa Fellowship, Alfa Bank

2011 Scatcherd European Scholarship, University of Oxford (declined)

2011 Research grant, New College, University of Oxford

2010–2013 1379 Society Old Members Scholarship: The Graeme Gates Award, New College, University of Oxford

2010–2012 Honorary Senior Scholarship, New College, University of Oxford

2010-2011 Departmental bursary, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford

2010 Michael Kaser thesis prize, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford

2009 Fieldwork grant, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, University of Oxford

2008–2010 Bursary, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, University of Oxford

2008 Final Honour School award, New College, University of Oxford