IPSA-HSE Summer SCHOOL 2018
How to Study Russian Politics
An innovative course to get a deep insight into the Russian political process
The course on How to Study the Russian Politics is a series of 10 lectures from July 27 to August 10.

The idea behind the course is to give students essential knowledge of the contemporary political issues in Russia in a global comparative perspective.

Each lecture is held by a new instructor that has a particular field of expertise in Russian politics and has recently conducted a notable research (published in international journals, books etc.).

During the lecture, an instructor will give a talk about his / her research, including the steps of research. The talk on the research is put in broader contexts of the subject.
Course Instructors
Vladimir GEL'MAN
University of Helskinki, Finland
Studying of Russian Politics in a Changing World: Challenges and Responses
Alexander SUNGUROV
Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Human Rights & Public Policy in Russia
Dmitry GONCHAROV
Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Two Generations of the Post-Soviet Civil Society
Andrey STARODUBTSEV
Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Good Governance under Bad Circumstances. Why Do Some Russian Governors Rule Successfully?
Anna TARASENKO
University of Helsinki, Finland
Qualitative and Quantitatve Methods Intertwined: Studying Social Service Reforms in Russian Regions
Alexey GILEV
Higher School of Economics, St. Petesburg
Machine Politics and Clientelism in Russia
Anna DEKALCHUK
Higher School of Economics, St. Petesburg
How Putin Has Reformed the State: Studying Social and Economic Reforms in Russia
Ivan GRIGORIEV
Higher School of Economics, St. Petesburg
Courts as Organizations: How Qualitative and Quantitative Templates Compliment Each Other (the Case of the Russian Constitutional Court).
Yury KABANOV
Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Russia's Consultative Authoritarianism Online: Social and Institutional Perspectives
Margarita ZAVADSKAYA
Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
How to Get Away with Murder in Russia: Political Support in the Times of Crisis. Evidence from the survey experiment
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