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  • Author:
    Anton Steen
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    Routledge; 1 edition (August 19, 2003)
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    224 pages
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Political Elite and the New Russia convincingly argues that although . BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies.

He has written extensively on elites and democratisation in the Baltic States and is currently engaged in a project on elites and in Russia. This series is published on behalf of BASEES (the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies).

This book analyses the role of elites under Yeltsin and Putin, discussing the extent to which they form a coherent political culture, and how far this culture has been in step with, or at odds with, the reform policies of the Kremlin leadership

Political Elite and the New Russia convincingly argues that although . Anton Steen is Professor of Political Science at the University of Oslo

Anton Steen is Professor of Political Science at the University of Oslo. He has written extensively on elites and democratisation in the Baltic States and is currently engaged in a project on elites and in Russia.

Political Elite and the New Russia convincingly argues that although reforms in Russia have been initiated by those close to the President, in fact local .

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This book analyses the role of elites under Yeltsin and Putin, discussing the extent to which they form a coherent political culture, and how far this culture has been in step with, or at odds with, the reform policies of the Kremlin leadership.

Political Elite and the New Russia convincingly argues that although . Anton Steen is Professor of Political Science at the University of Oslo. Save on Non-Fiction Books. Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days.

Anton Steen is Professor of Political Science at the University of Oslo. Country of Publication. Published June 1st 2004 by Routledge (first published June 26th 2003).

Published June 1st 2004 by Routledge (first published June 26th 2003).

Political Elite and the New Russia convincingly argues that although reforms in Russia have been initiated by those close to the President, in fact local and .

BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies. Subjects: Elite (Social sciences) Russia (Federation);Political culture Russia (Federation);Democracy Russia (Federation);Post-communism Russia (Federation);Russia (Federation) Politics and government 1991

Russian elites and the parallel transformations 2. Defining and surveying elites 3. Regime-legitimacy and political stability 4. Democracy Russian style 5. Between the state and the market 6. Integration in a decentralised federation 7. What matters for the elite's orientations?

Russian elites and the parallel transformations 2. What matters for the elite's orientations? 8. Decision-making cultures 9. The network state 1. he elites and the emerging Russian state.

Political elites and the new russia: the power basis of yeltsin's and. Political elites and the new russia: the power basis of yeltsin's and.

Political Elite and the New Russia convincingly argues that although reforms in Russia have been initiated by those close to the President, in fact local and national elites have been the crucial strategic actors in reshaping Russia's economy, democratising its political system and decentralising its administration.This book analyses the role of elites under Yeltsin and Putin, discussing the extent to which they form a coherent political culture, and how far this culture has been in step with, or at odds with, the reform policies of the Kremlin leadership.