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Regional integration and economic convergence in the post Soviet space: Experience of the decade of growth

Regional integration and economic convergence in the post Soviet space: Experience of the decade of growth

... of post-Soviet citizens across borders (most of the countries operate a visa-free zone for such citizens) and weak employment legislation (including regulation of employment of ...the ...

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Economic Miracle of Post Soviet Space: Why Uzbekistan Managed to Achieve What No Other Post Soviet State Achieved

Economic Miracle of Post Soviet Space: Why Uzbekistan Managed to Achieve What No Other Post Soviet State Achieved

... in post-Soviet ...former Soviet Union, its GDP more than doubled in 1989-2012 – better result than even in Central European countries ...former Soviet republics in the 1990s, its population ...

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Internal centralization and international integration in the post Soviet space

Internal centralization and international integration in the post Soviet space

... between post-Soviet countries – either through new institutions of cooperation like the Single Economic Space initiated by Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus in mid-2000s or reforms of the ...

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Ex ante and ex post institutional convergence: Case of the post Soviet space

Ex ante and ex post institutional convergence: Case of the post Soviet space

... ex post harmonization in the post-Soviet space, ...former Soviet republics, which now belong to the Commonwealth of Independent ...ex post harmonization processes and their ...

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View of Women’s Representation in the Post-Soviet Space: Latvia and Lithuania
							| Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research

View of Women’s Representation in the Post-Soviet Space: Latvia and Lithuania | Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research

... the post-Soviet ...As post-Soviet countries deeply entrenched in the legacy of communism, Latvia and Lithuania have strived to adequately accede to EU standards of ...

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Emergent Regionalism in the Post-Soviet Space

Emergent Regionalism in the Post-Soviet Space

... This is an interesting and detailed study of the emergence of Black Sea subregionalism. While the BSEC provides a core around which the analysis is conducted, the complexity of the region means that the level of detail ...

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Government business relations in post Soviet space: The case of Central Asia

Government business relations in post Soviet space: The case of Central Asia

... the Soviet Union (for a comprehensive review see Lück-Jarczyk, 1991) slowly transformed itself after the end of economic growth of the 1950s and softening of repressions into a system of “administrative market”: ...

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Migration and ethnic diversity in the Soviet and Post Soviet space

Migration and ethnic diversity in the Soviet and Post Soviet space

... and post-dissolution periods. The literature dealing with the late-Soviet period tends to rely on incomplete datasets and therefore no rigorous econometric analysis could be conducted on migration in this ...

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Institutional competition in the post Soviet space

Institutional competition in the post Soviet space

... the post-Soviet institutional competition, where Russian companies (more or less directly depending upon resource rents) dominate, one can hardly expect positive effects from this ...

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The Weakness of Post Communist Civil Society Reassessed  CES Papers   Open Forum #11, 2012

The Weakness of Post-Communist Civil Society Reassessed. CES Papers - Open Forum #11, 2012

... in post-communist ...the post-communist space if civil society structures were universally weak? This paper uses a wide range of data from various available sources to show that civil societies in ...

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Russian federalism and post Soviet integration: Divergence of development paths

Russian federalism and post Soviet integration: Divergence of development paths

... the post-Soviet ...the post-Soviet ...the post-Soviet region became the “priority zone” for the Russian foreign politics (Trenin, 2004, ...the post-Soviet ...

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Why Is the ‘Post Soviet’ Regionalism Post Soviet? Historical Legacies and Regional Integration in Eurasia

Why Is the ‘Post Soviet’ Regionalism Post Soviet? Historical Legacies and Regional Integration in Eurasia

... Eurasia pursued mattered a lot for their attitude towards regionalism is acknowledged in the literature (Abdelal 2001). Furthermore, the existence of social and cultural ties, as well as historical memories of the past ...

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System of Indicators of Eurasian Integration II

System of Indicators of Eurasian Integration II

... Indicators of the monetary policy for 2009–2012 are indicative of the increase of the level of convergence between all pairs of countries excluding Belarus. Belarus moved away significantly from all other countries, and ...

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How should the EU respond to Russia's war in Ukraine? CEPS Commentary, 3 September 2014

How should the EU respond to Russia's war in Ukraine? CEPS Commentary, 3 September 2014

... to scrap Ukraine’s non-aligned status and to resume his country’s course for NATO membership, the US, Germany and others have insisted that the latter is not on the agenda. Given the current security climate, they would ...

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Strategic management of an educational organization of a technical and professional orientation in the context of integration processes in the post Soviet educational space

Strategic management of an educational organization of a technical and professional orientation in the context of integration processes in the post Soviet educational space

... Abstract. The article presents the generalized experience of implementation of technology of strategic management of educational organization of technical and professional orientation in the post-Soviet ...

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Lost for Words: Effects of Soviet Language Policies on the Self-Identification of Buryats in Post-Soviet Buryatia

Lost for Words: Effects of Soviet Language Policies on the Self-Identification of Buryats in Post-Soviet Buryatia

... to Soviet intervention, stating that while at the beginning of the Soviet rule a language was considered as “a crucial ingredient of nationhood” (2014, 264) it eventually became a more symbolic marker ...

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Specifics of the Mutual Trade of the Post-Soviet Countries

Specifics of the Mutual Trade of the Post-Soviet Countries

... The above mentioned division enables comparison of individual countries (Figure 3). Russia and Ukraine bear the closest resemblance in competitiveness of their foreign trade. Their degree of competitiveness in the ...

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Higher education reform in post-Soviet Russia

Higher education reform in post-Soviet Russia

... scarcity. As Kerr points out in his analysis, traditionalism was pervasive in higher education. Any innovation had to overcome resistance from administrators, Komsomol, trade unions, and legal officials (Kerr 1992, 153). ...

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Anti developmentalism and conflict : 'materialist' theory of ethnopolitical conflict : the case of Georgia

Anti developmentalism and conflict : 'materialist' theory of ethnopolitical conflict : the case of Georgia

... the Soviet Union, but, indeed, not only there, during the 1960s, the activities of these groups somewhat naturally began to move towards demands and claims for democratic reforms that clashed with totalitarian or ...

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The Impact of the Post – Soviet Transition on Women in Mongolia

The Impact of the Post – Soviet Transition on Women in Mongolia

... income-stretching than income-generation. However, some women did begin to trade and barter more, for example, making a camel saddle which could be traded for one camel or a few sheep. Educated women have bonded together ...

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