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Russia as a network state [Elektronisk resurs] What works in Russia when state institutions do not? / Edited by Vadim Kononenko, Arkady Moshes.

Kononenko, Vadim. 
Moshes, Arkady. 
ISBN 9780230306707
Publicerad: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
Engelska 200 p.
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  • Introduction-- V.Kononenko The Formation of Russia's Network Directorate-- O.Kryshtanovskaya & S.White Can Medvedev Change Sistema? Informal Networks and Public Administration in Russia-- A.Ledeneva Crooked Hierarchy and Reshuffled Networks: Reforming Russia's Dysfunctional Military Machine-- P.Baev Who's running Russia's regions?-- N.Petrov Networks, Cronies and Business Plans: Business-State Relations in Russia-- P.Hanson The Russian Network State as a Great Power-- S.Ortmann Conclusions-- V.Kononenko.
  • Discusses the ambiguous nature of the state in Russia, focusing on elite networks and their role in policy processes. This book examines the paradoxical dualism of state institutions and ruling networks, providing answers as to why some decisions are not implemented, and why the state exists despite the systemic inefficiency of its institutions. -- Russia as a Network State discusses the ambiguous nature of the state in Russia by focusing on elite networks and their role in policy processes. The seven chapters written by leading experts in the field examine the paradoxical dualism of state institutions and ruling networks -- the Russian 'network state'. Examining Russia as a network state provides answers to why some key decisions are never implemented while others duly are, and why the Russian state continues to exist despite the systemic inefficiency of its institutions. A central argument in the book is that tracing the nodes and connections within ruling networks can make the analysis of state policies more comprehendible. It is also a point about the way the state is approached in the post-Soviet context, whereby a tension between institutions and elites is always depicted, be it a 'transitologist' or 'neo-patrimonial' framework of analysis. 

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Central-local government relations  -- Russia (Federation). (LCSH)
Public administration  -- Russia (Federation). (LCSH)
Political culture  -- Russia (Federation). (LCSH)
Local government  -- Russia (Federation). (LCSH)
Politics and Government.  (eflch)
Central government  -- Russia. (bicssc)
Regional government  -- Russia. (bicssc)
Public administration  -- Russia. (bicssc)
Russia (Federation)  -- Politics and government. (LCSH)

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