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Good Governance in the Era of Global Neoliberalism

Routledge Studies in the Modern World. Economy. 1 Interest Rates and Budget Deficits. A study of the advanced economies. Kanhaya L.Gupta and Bakhtiar Moazzami. 2 World Trade after the Uruguay Round. Prospects and policy options for the twenty-first century. Edited by Harold Sander and András Inotai. 3 The Flow ...

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From Ostpolitik to 'frostpolitik'? Merkel, Putin and German foreign

economic and political regimes: the Putin years and afterwards (Abingdon: Routledge, 2013), pp. .... she focused on fostering commercial and economic cooperation. German–Russian trade continued to grow despite the financial crisis and other problems in the world economy. At the same time, Merkel did not refrain from ...



Oct 18, 2017 ... UK: Ashgate, 2013, pp.91-111 (with Mikhail Filippov). Quality of governance, globalization and regional inequality: The Russian case. In: Russia's. Changing Economic and Political Regimes. Ed. by Andrey Makarychev and Andre. Mommen. UK: Routledge (Routledge Studies in Modern World Economy), ...


Russia – Lost in Transition. The Yeltsin and Putin Legacies

time means developing a diversified economy that is capable of competing globally and that supports a range of economic interests – to restore national pride and well-being. So, more than a century and a half after Gogol, we once again we have to work out what this process of change means and whether, as Russia ...


Economic Change and Public Support for Democracy in China and

EUROPE-ASIA STUDIES, 2017. Vol. 69, No. 1, January 2017, 76–91. Economic Change and Public Support for. Democracy in China and Russia. IAN McALLISTER & STEPHEN WHITE. Abstract. There has been an extensive debate about the relationship between economic development and democratisation. One view is ...


Russia after the Global Economic Crisis: Chapter 1

of major world corporations. The Russian economy was at its peak. Long forgotten were the days of the Soviet collapse and the turbulent nineties. Putin's administration appeared to have left Russia's economy in an ad- mirable state. Economic growth averaged more than 7 percent per year be- tween 1999 and 2008.


Russia's Economic Modernization: The Causes of a Failure

Introduction . Assessments of modern Russian politics differ widely: some reject Vladimir. Putin's regime out of hand while others support it almost unconditionally . This observation holds true not only in Russia but in most European countries. However, when discussion turns to economics, the disagreement disappears.



“Russian Foreign Policy and the Global Political Environment.” Prob- lems of Post -Communism 55: 5: 33. ... domestic actors over political influence, economic assets, and control over the means of violence has ... The domestic balance of power and power struggles within Putin's regime have shaped the implementation.



Studying the modern Russian politics and economy as a factor of the change in Eurasia. 2. Evaluation ... This course is designed specifically for the students of Eurasian Studies and also opens to other social science ... important actor of the global affairs: Russia and its dynamics in order to grasp the issue areas in broader.

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Market and political factors and the Russian media

The Russian media landscape has been changing rapidly in recent years, influenced not only by the rise of ... penetration in 2013 was 60.1% (or twenty- ninth in the world as compared to Finland in second place after. Singapore, Estonia ... the same time, intertwining factors driving change: politics and market developments.


The Political Economy of Support for Sharia: Evidence from the

change. When Muslims are a minority in a repressive non-Muslim society,. Islamic orthodoxy can serve as a political platform for politically and economically ... European, and Eurasian Studies (2015); the workshops at the Davis Center for Russian and ..... coincided with the rule of Vladimir Putin and the consolidation of.



The programme has three pathways, in Economics, Political Science and Cultural. Studies. Students may specialise in one of these areas or choose a general pathway that combines all three. .... Discourse of the Putin Regime' at a conference on 'Russia and the FSU: Looking Backward –. Looking Forward' in May at the ...


Putin's Grand Strategy: The Eurasian Union and Its Discontents

“Putin's Grand Strategy: The Eurasian Union and Its Discontents” is a Monograph published by the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and the Silk Road Studies Program. Monographs provide comprehensive analyses of key issues presented by leading experts. The Joint. Center is a transatlantic independent and non- profit ...



Juliet Johnson, Marietta Stepaniants, and Benjamin Forest, eds., Religion and Identity in Modern Russia: ... (Routledge 2009). Juliet Johnson, “Forbidden Fruit: Russia's Uneasy Relationship with the Dollar,” Review of International. Political Economy 15:3 (2008): 377-396. ... after EU Enlargement (Routledge 2009). Reprint.

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The Kremlin Emboldened: What Is Putinism?

Oct 4, 2017 ... Aquarter-century after the demise of the Soviet regime, Russia again ... dent political actors. But this close identification with one man may fatally undermine Putinism's effectiveness in its self-appointed role as a bulwark against upheaval. ... driven modern economies, developmentalism threatens to spawn a.


Russia's Sovereign Globalization

Jan 6, 2016 ... Those changes led to a sharp and unfavourable shift in the balance between opportunity and risk in Russia's engagement with the global economy. • The unravelling of Russia's ..... the Putin regime in Russia, so sovereign globalization harnessed international economic flows to enhance the power and ...



Apr 20, 2017 ... Department of Political Economy, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics , Shanghai,. China. ... Russia's Path from Gorbachev to Putin: The Demise of the Soviet System and the New Russia, coauthored with ... "Changes in the Postwar Global Economy and the Roots of the Financial Crisis," in The.


Benjamin J. Cohen | Department of Political Science - UC Santa

Power in a Changing World Economy: Lessons from East Asia, co-edited with Eric M.P. Chiu (Routledge, 2014). " Finance and Security in East .... "The European Monetary System in the Broader Setting of the Community's Economic and Political Development: Comments," in Philip H. Trezise (ed.) The European Monetary ...



political event even more important than annexation of Crimea itself. The task for Putin during this speech was to legitimise, to justify, or even to glorify the act of annexation. But he did much more. He fulfilled an even more important mission. He created a new ideology of the so-called. 'Russkiy Mir,' the Russian World.



Aug 19, 2015 ... In 2013, Russia's outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) soared and the. OFDI stock exceeded $ 500 billion. However, a year later, Russia's OFDI dropped by nearly 15 per cent. Rapid upward and downward swings make it necessary to analyze the motivation of. Russian firms to invest abroad as well as ...