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Defining Russian Federalism (Hardback)
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Defining Russian Federalism (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 30/10/2003
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In Russia, as in other new federations and those undergoing constitutional reform, wealthy and politically cohesive regions can substantially alter the rules of intergovernmental relations to their benefit within the context of bilateral bargaining. The end result is institutionalized asymmetry, and potentially unstable federal structures. In this book the author explores the role of center-periphery bargaining in the stability and sustainability of post-Soviet Union Russia.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780275979386
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 483 g
Dimensions: 248 x 161 x 22 mm


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"This book is a well-informed and theoretically solid contribution to the fields of Russian politics, federalism, and constitutional economy. It portrays the recent developments in Russian federalism as a dynamic story of institutional bargaining, with participants seeking advantage when they define and redefine the organization of the Russian state."-Slavic Review
"[E]xamines the relationship between Moscow and three selected provinces in European Russia--Samara, Vologda, and Bryansk--and considers fiscal negotiations, economic development assistance, and political autonomy....Recommended. General readers and upper-division undergraduates and above."-Choice
"YExamines the relationship between Moscow and three selected provinces in European Russia--Samara, Vologda, and Bryansk--and considers fiscal negotiations, economic development assistance, and political autonomy....Recommended. General readers and upper-division undergraduates and above."-Choice
?[E]xamines the relationship between Moscow and three selected provinces in European Russia--Samara, Vologda, and Bryansk--and considers fiscal negotiations, economic development assistance, and political autonomy....Recommended. General readers and upper-division undergraduates and above.?-Choice
?This book is a well-informed and theoretically solid contribution to the fields of Russian politics, federalism, and constitutional economy. It portrays the recent developments in Russian federalism as a dynamic story of institutional bargaining, with participants seeking advantage when they define and redefine the organization of the Russian state.?-Slavic Review

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