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Monographien (Auswahl)

Alexander Libman

Historical Legacies of Communism: Modern Politics, Society, and Economic Development. Cambridge University Press, 2021 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

One Eurasia or Many? Regional Interconnections and Connectivity Projects on the Eurasian Continent. George Washington University Central Asia Program, 2021 (mit Evgeny Vinokurov).

Authoritarian Regionalism in the World of International Organizations: Global Perspectives and the Eurasian Enigma. Oxford University Press, 2019 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Federalism in China and Russia: Story of Success and Story of Failure? Edward Elgar, 2019 (mit Michael Rochlitz).

Re-Evaluating Regional Organizations: Behind the Smokescreen of Official Mandates. Palgrave MacMillan, 2017 (mit Evgeny Vinokurov).

Causes and Consequences of Democratization: The Regions of Russia. Routledge, 2015 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Holding-Together Regionalism: Twenty Years of Post-Soviet Integration. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012 (mit Evgeny Vinokurov).

Eurasian Integration: Challenges of Transcontinental Regionalism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012 (mit Evgeny Vinokurov).


Sammelbände (Auswahl)

Alexander Libman

Elgar Companion to the Eurasian Economic Union. Edward Elgar, erscheint demnächst (herausgegeben zusammen mit Evgeny Vinokurov)

Global Governance and Interaction between International Institutions: Eurasian International Organizations in the World Politics and Economy. Post-Communist Economies, 2021, 33(2-3) (herausgegeben zusammen mit Anastassia Obydenkova); auch als Sammelband bei Routledge (2023) veröffentlicht.

Autocratic and Democratic External Influences in Post-Soviet Eurasia. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015 (herausgegeben zusammen mit Anastassia Obydenkova).


Aufsätze in begutachteten Zeitschriften (Auswahl)

Alexander Libman

State Violence and Target Group Adaptation: Maintaining Social Status in the Face of Repressions in Soviet Russia. Journal of Peace Research, erscheint demnächst (mit Tomila Lankina und Katerina Tertytchnaya).

Military Intervention as a Spectacle? Authoritarian Regionalism and Protests in Kazakhstan. International Affairs, 2023, 99(3): 835-860 (mit Igor Davidzon)

Encouraged to Cheat? Federal Incentives and Career Concerns at the Sub-National Level as Determinants of Under-Reporting of COVID-19 Mortality in Russia. British Journal of Political Science, 2023, 53(1): 835-860 (mit Dmitrii Kofanov, Vladimir Kozlov und Nikita Zakharov)

Russian Power and the State-Owned Enterprise. European Journal of Political Economy, 2022, 73: Article 102122 (mit Randall Stone und Evgeny Vinokurov)

The Two-Pronged Middle Class: The Old Bourgeoisie, New State-Engineered Middle Class and Democratic Development. American Political Science Review, 2021, 115(3): 948-966 (mit Tomila Lankina).

Board Empowerment: What Motivates Board Members of Founder-Owned Companies? Journal of Management Inquiry, 2020, 29(2): 188-205 (mit Tatiana Dolgopyatova und Andrei Yakovlev).

Varieties of Authoritarianism Matter: Elite Fragmentation, Natural Resources and Economic Growth. European Journal of Political Economy, 2020, 63: Article 101869 (mit Olga Vasilyeva).

Soviet Legacies of Economic Development, Oligarchic Rule and Electoral Quality in Eastern Europe’s Partial Democracies: The Case of Ukraine. Comparative Politics, 2019, 52(1): 127-148 (mit Tomila Lankina).

Understanding Authoritarian Regionalism. Journal of Democracy, 2018, 29(4): 151-165 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Regional International Organizations as a Strategy of Autocracy: The Eurasian Economic Union and Russian Foreign Policy. International Affairs, 2018, 94(5): 1037-1058 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Political Regimes, Income and Health: Evidence from Sub-National Comparative Method. Social Science Research, 2018, 72: 20-37 (mit Dina Rosenberg und Vladimir Kozlov).

Appropriation and Subversion: Pre-Communist Literacy, Communist Party Saturation, and Post-Communist Democratic Outcomes. World Politics, 2016, 68(2): 229-274 (mit Tomila Lankina und Anastassia Obydenkova).

Authoritarian and Democratic Diffusion in Postcommunist Regions. Comparative Political Studies, 2016, 49(12): 1599-1629 (mit Tomila Lankina und Anastassia Obydenkova).

CPSU Legacies and Regional Democracy in Contemporary Russia. Political Studies, 2015, 63(S1): 173-190 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Is There a Local Knowledge Advantage in Federations? Evidence from a Natural Experiment. Public Choice, 2015, 162(1): 25-42 (mit Andre Schultz).

International Trade as a Limiting Factor in Democratization: An Analysis of Subnational Regions in Post-Communist Russia. Studies in Comparative International Development, 2014, 49(2): 168-196 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Economic Integration in China: Politics and Culture. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2014, 42(2): 470-492 (mit Carsten Herrmann-Pillath und Xiaofan Yu).

Governance of Commons in a Large Nondemocratic Country: The Case of Forestry in the Russian Federation. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 2014, 44(2): 298-323 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Informal Governance and Participation in Non-Democratic International Organizations. Review of International Organizations, 2013, 8(2): 221-243 (mit Anastassia Obydenkova).

Are Human Rights and Economic Well-Being Substitutes? The Evidence from Migration Patterns across the Indian States. European Journal of Political Economy, 2013, 31: 139-164 (mit Carsten Herrmann-Pillath und Gaurav Yadav).

Post-Soviet Integration and the Interaction of Functional Bureaucracies. Review of International Political Economy, 2012, 19(5): 867-894 (mit Evgeny Vinokurov).

Regional Integration and Economic Convergence in the Post-Soviet Space: Experience of the Decade of Growth. Journal of Common Market Studies, 2012, 50(1): 112-128 (mit Evgeny Vinokurov).

Constitutions, Regulations, and Taxes: Contradictions of Different Aspects of Decentralization. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2010, 38(4):395-418.


Anna Abalkina

Publication and Collaboration Anomalies in Academic Papers Originating from a Paper Mill: Evidence from a Russia-based Paper Mill. Learned Publishing, erscheint demänchst.

Detecting a Network of Highjacked Journals by Its Archive. Scientometrics, 2021, 126(8): 7123-7148.

The Real Costs of Plagiarism: Russian Governors, Plagiarized PhD Theses, and Infrastructure in Russian Region. Scientometrics, 2020, 125(3): 2793-2820 (mit Alexander Libman).


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