CSPP Studies in Public Policy

NEW RUSSIA BAROMETER surveys conducted by Levada Centre

 

Books

Popular Support for an Undemocratic Regime: the CHANGING Views of Russians, Richard Rose, William Mishler and Neil Munro.

Parties and Elections in New European Democracies, Richard Rose and Neil Munro including a 30-page chapter on Russia.

CSPP Studies

511. PUBLIC OPINION IN RUSSIA, 2014. Stephen White.

510. UNFAIR ELECTIONS AND SUPPORT FOR ELECTORAL PROTEST. Alesia Sedziaka and Richard Rose.

505. LUKASHENKA AND HIS VOTERS. Ian McAllister and Stephen White.

503. AUTHORITARIAN MANAGEMENT OF CYBER-SOCIETY IN POST-SOVIET STATES. Jaclyn Kerr.

491. PROFILING RUSSIAN PROTESTERS. Levada Centre, Moscow.

480. ELECTION OBSERVATION AND THE POLITICISATION OF DEMOCRACY. Derek Hutcheson. 3.00

479. PUBLIC OPINION IN RUSSIA, 2010. Stephen White and Ian McAllister. 12.00

471. TWENTY YEARS OF POST-COMMUNIST ELECTIONS: THE VOTERS' PERSPECTIVE. Derek S. Hutcheson. 4.00

464. THE IMPACT OF MACRO-ECONOMIC SHOCK ON RUSSIANS. Richard Rose and William Mishler. 3.00

458. CORRUPTION AS PERCEIVED AND EXPERIENCED: RUSSIA AS A TEST CASE. Richard Rose and William Mishler. 3.00

456. ELECTIONS IN RUSSIA SINCE 1991. Neil Munro and Richard Rose. 4.00

450. RESPONSES TO TRANSFORMATION AND AFTER: TRENDS IN RUSSIAN OPINION SINCE 1992. Richard Rose. 12.00

447. THINKING ABOUT DEMOCRACY: CHINESE LEARNING FROM THE SOVIET COLLAPSE. Neil Munro. 3.00

446. HOW DO ELECTORS RESPOND TO AN UNFAIR ELECTION? THE EXPERIENCE OF RUSSIANS. Richard Rose and William Mishler. 3.00

445. A SUPPLY-DEMAND MODEL OF PARTY-SYSTEM INSTITUTIONALIZATION: THE RUSSIAN CASE. Richard Rose and William Mishler. 3.00

444. DEMOCRATIC AND UNDEMOCRATIC STATES. Richard Rose. 3.00

441. A TWO-WAY STREET IN POPULAR SUPPORT FOR NEW REGIMES: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF POST-COMMUNIST TRANSITIONS. William Mishler and Richard Rose. 3.00

437. BELARUS, UKRAINE AND RUSSIA: EAST OR WEST? Stephen White and Ian McAllister. 3.00

432. EXPLAINING THE GAP BEWTEEN THE EXPERIENCE AND PERCEPTION OF CORRUPTION. Richard Rose and William Mishler. 3.00

430. IS RUSSIA BECOMING A NORMAL SOCIETY? Richard Rose. 3.00

429. THE IMPACT OF PRESIDENT PUTIN ON POPULAR SUPPORT FOR RUSSIA'S REGIME. Richard Rose. 3.00

428. A GUIDE TO RUSSIAN ELECTIONS. Neil Munro and Richard Rose. 5.00

419. DO RUSSIANS SEE THEIR FUTURE IN EUROPE OR THE CIS? Richard Rose & Neil Munro. 3.00

417. TRANSFORMING BUREAUCRACY: CONDITIONAL NORMS AND THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION OF STATISTICS IN RUSSIA. Yoshiko M. Herrera. 4.00

416. WILL PUTIN OPT FOR EARLY ELECTIONS TO THE DUMA AND/OR THE PRESIDENCY? Peter Reddaway. 4.00

415. TIME MATTERS: ADAPTING TO THE CONSEQUENCES OF TRANSFORMATION Richard Rose, William Mishler and Neil Munro. 4.00

413. INTERNET DIFFUSION IN RUSSIA: A MODEL OF A LAGGARD CATCHING UP Richard Rose. 4.00

412. GENERATIONS THROUGH TIME: THE DYNAMICS OF POLITICAL LEARNING DURING RUSSIA'S TRANSFORMATION William Mishler and Richard Rose. 4.00

410. FAIR TREATMENT IN A DIVIDED SOCIETY: A BOTTOM UP ASSESSMENT OF BUREAUCRATIC ENCOUNTERS IN LATVIA David J Galbreath & Richard Rose. 3.00

409. RUSSIA'S PERSISTENT COMMUNIST LEGACY: NOSTALGIA, REACTION AND REACTIONARY EXPECTATIONS Neil Munro. 4.

397. RUSSIAN ANTI-SEMITISM AND THE SCAPEGOATING OF JEWS. James L Gibson and Marc Morjé Howard. 4.

393. DIFFERENT DYNAMICS FOR CONTRASTING LEGACIES: SOUTH KOREA AND RUSSIA COMPARED. Neil Munro. 3.

392. RESIGNED ACCEPTANCE OF AN INCOMPLETE DEMOCRACY: RUSSIA'S POLITICAL EQUILIBRIUM. Richard Rose, Neil Munro and William Mishler. 3.

390. RUSSIAN RESPONSES TO TRANSFORMATION: TRENDS IN PUBLIC OPINION SINCE 1992. Richard Rose. 12.

380. HEALTH, MONEY AND WELLBEING: SUBJECTIVE RESPONSES TO POST-SOVIET TRANSFORMATION. Richard Rose. 4.

374. WHAT ARE THE POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF TRUST? A RUSSIAN STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL. William Mishler and Richard Rose. 4.

373. SAME SYSTEM, DIFFERENT OUTCOME: LEGISLATIVE BEHAVIOR DIFFERENCES IN RUSSIA AND UKRAINE. Frank C Thames. 3.

372. MONITORING GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMY IN TRANSITIONAL SOCIETIES: A SURVEY RESEARCH APPROACH. Richard Rose. 4.

371. TWO FACES OF POST-COMMUNIST CHANGE: THE INTERNET AND INSECURITY. Richard Rose. 3.

370. CAN MUSLIMS BE DEMOCRATS? EVIDENCE FROM CENTRAL ASIA. Richard Rose. 4.

367. POLITICS BEYOND THE RING ROAD: RETHINKING POST-SOVIET EXPERIENCE. Vladimir Gel'man. 4.

365. THE DEVELOPMENT OF POLITICAL PARTIES: RUSSIA IN PERSPECTIVE. Axel Hadenius. 4.

362. SOCIAL SHOCKS, SOCIAL CONFIDENCE AND HEALTH. Richard Rose. 4.

361. AGENTS OF TRANSFORMATION: THE ROLE OF THE WEST IN POST-COMMUNIST CENTRAL BANK DEVELOPMENT. Juliet Johnson. 4.

360. A DECADE OF NEW RUSSIA BAROMETER SURVEYS. Richard Rose. 12.

359. PUTIN AS PRESIDENT: CAMPAIGNING AND GOVERNING. Richard Rose and Neil Munro. 4.

358. THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL CAPITAL ON HEALTH. Richard Rose. 8.

356. WHAT DOES SOCIAL CAPITAL ADD TO DEMOCRATIC VALUES? Richard Rose and Craig Weller. 3.

353. THE POST-TOTALITARIAN GAME: STRUCTURE AND AGENCY IN TRANSITIONS FROM COMMUNISM. Judith Kullberg. 4.

352. HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT TOO: TENSIONS BETWEEN DEMOCRACY AND ORDER AMONG RUSSIAN CITIZENS. Ellen Carnaghan. 4.

349. A DECADE OF CHANGE BUT NOT MUCH PROGRESS: HOW RUSSIANS ARE COPING. Richard Rose. 4.

344. ELECTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Neil Munro and Richard Rose. 5.

337. SMOKING AND DRINKING IN RUSSIA, UKRAINE AND BELARUS. Martin McKee and Richard Rose. 4.

335. THE DYNAMICS OF PRESIDENTIAL POPULARITY IN POST-COMMUNIST RUSSIA: HOW EXCEPTIONAL IS RUSSIAN POLITICS? William Mishler and John P Willerton. 4.

334. RUSSIAN VOTERS AND FOREIGN POLICY. Stephen White, Neil Munro and Richard Rose. 3.

332. HOW STRONG IS VLADIMIR PUTIN'S SUPPORT? Richard Rose, Neil Munro and Stephen White. 4.

331. THE 1999 DUMA VOTE: A FLOATING PARTY SYSTEM. Richard Rose, Neil Munro and Stephen White. 4.

329. HOW MUCH DOES SOCIAL CAPITAL ADD TO INDIVIDUAL HEALTH? A SURVEY STUDY OF RUSSIANS. Richard Rose. 3.

326. LEARNING AND RE-LEARNING REGIME SUPPORT: THE DYNAMICS OF POST-COMMUNIST REGIMES. William Mishler, University of Arizona & Richard Rose, CSPP. 4.

325. FREE NOT TO PARTICIPATE: THE WEAKNESS OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN POST-COMMUNIST EUROPE. Marc Morjé Howard, Georgetown University. 5.

324. MODERN, PRE-MODERN AND ANTI-MODERN SOCIAL CAPITAL IN RUSSIA. Professor Richard Rose. 4.

322. THINKING ABOUT DEMOCRACY: INTERVIEWS WITH RUSSIAN CITIZENS. Ellen Carnaghan, Saint Louis University. 3.

319. THE MIXED MEMBER ELECTORAL SYSTEM IN RUSSIA. Ian McAllister, Australian National University and Stephen White, Glasgow University. £3.

318. WHAT DOES SOCIAL CAPITAL ADD TO INDIVIDUAL WELFARE? AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF RUSSIA. Professor Richard Rose. £4.

309. THE RUSSIAN ANOMALY AND THE THEORY OF DEMOCRACY. Richard D. Anderson Jnr, UCLA. £3.

307. RELIGION AND POLITICAL ACTION IN POSTCOMMUNIST EUROPE. Stephen White, Bill Miller, Ase Grodeland and Sarah Oates, University of Glasgow. £4 .

304. GETTING THINGS DONE IN AN ANTI-MODERN SOCIETY: SOCIAL CAPITAL NETWORKS IN RUSSIA. Richard Rose, CSPP. £3.

302. QUALITIES OF INCOMPLETE DEMOCRACIES. RUSSIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC AND KOREA COMPARED. Richard Rose and Doh C Shin. £3.

301. SOCIAL NETWORKS AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN PROCESSES OF DEMOCRATIZATION. James L Gibson, U. of Houston. £3.

299. SURVEYING THE HEALTH OF RUSSIANS. M Bobak, L Chenet, C Hertzman, D Leon, M McKee, M Marmot, H Pikhart, R Rose and V Shkolnikov. £4 .

295. RUSSIAN POLITICAL CULTURE IN A TIME OF TROUBLES. YAROSLAVL' 1990-96. Jeffrey W Hahn, Villanova University. £5.

293. PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF THREATS TO SECURITY IN POST-COMMUNIST EUROPE. Christian Haerpfer, Claire Wallace and Richard Rose. £4.

291. AN EXPERIMENT IN PERSUADING RUSSIANS TO TOLERATE. James L Gibson, University of Houston. £3.

289. IDEOLOGY, UNCERTAINTY AND THE RISE OF ANTI-SYSTEM PARTIES IN POSTCOMMUNIST RUSSIA. Stephen E Hanson, University of Washington. £3.

283. RUSSIANS OUTSIDE RUSSIA: A 1991 VCIOM SURVEY. CSPP. £6.

281. A CATALOGUE OF VCIOM SURVEYS, 1989-1996. CSPP. £6.

277. EVALUATING WORKPLACE BENEFITS: THE VIEWS OF RUSSIAN EMPLOYEES. Richard Rose, CSPP. £3.

276. KTO KOGO: RUSSIA'S FORCED-CHOICE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. Richard Rose and Evgeny Tikhomirov, CSPP. £4.

275. PUTTING UP WITH FELLOW RUSSIANS: POLITICAL TOLERANCE IN THE FLEDGLING RUSSIAN DEMOCRACY. James L Gibson, U. of Houston. £3.

271. UNDERSTANDING MULTI-PARTY CHOICE; THE 1995 DUMA ELECTION. Richard Rose, Evgeny Tikhomirov, CSPP and William Mishler, U. of South Carolina. £4.

269. OWNERSHIP TRANSFORMATION, ECONOMIC BEHAVIOUR AND POLITICAL ATTITUDES IN RUSSIA. John S Earle, Central European University / Stanford University and Richard Rose, CSPP. £4.

266. THE RELATION OF INCOME AND CONSUMER DURABLES IN RUSSIA. Richard Rose, CSPP and Marina Krassilnikova, VCIOM, Moscow. £4.

265. THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND THE ELECTORAL PROCESS. Richard Sakwa, U. of Kent, Canterbury. £4.

264. CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF PRIVATIZATION: BEHAVIOUR AND ATTITUDES OF RUSSIAN WORKERS. John S Earle, Central European U. and Stanford U. and Richard Rose, CSPP. £6.

263. SOCIAL CAPITAL AND ADAPTATION TO SOCIAL CHANGE IN RUSSIAN VILLAGES. David J O'Brien, Valeri V Patsiorkovski, Larry Dershem and Oksana Lylova. £3.

261. BORIS YELTSIN'S CHANGING POPULAR SUPPORT. Richard Rose, CSPP and Stephen White, University of Glasgow. £4.

258. COMPARING WORKERS IN RUSSIAN ENTERPRISES. Richard Rose, CSPP. £6.

256. TRENDS IN THE NEW RUSSIA BAROMETER, 1992-95. Richard Rose and Evgeny Tikhomirov, CSPP. £6.

255. DEMOCRATIC DISORDER AND RUSSIAN PUBLIC OPINION. TRENDS IN VCIOM SURVEYS 1991-95. Yuri Levada, VCIOM, Moscow. £6.

253. EX-COMMUNISTS IN POST-COMMUNIST SOCIETIES. Richard Rose, CSPP. £3.

249. IDENTITY IN FORMATION: THE RUSSIAN-SPEAKING NATIONALITY IN ESTONIA AND BASHKORTOSTAN. David D Laitin, University of Chicago. £4.

247. UNDERSTANDING DEMOCRACY: A COMPARISON OF MASS AND ELITE IN POST-SOVIET RUSSIA AND UKRAINE. Arthur H Miller, Vicki L Hesli & William M Reisinger, The University of Iowa. £4.

245. POPULAR RESPONSE TO RUSSIAN PRIVATIZATION: SURVEYS IN ENTERPRISES. Igor Gurkov, Higher School of Economics, Moscow & Erasmus University, Rotterdam. £8.

243. THE REFERENDUM IN COMMUNIST AND POSTCOMMUNIST EUROPE. Ronald J Hill, Trinity College, Dublin and Stephen White, University of Glasgow. £3.

242. FREEDOM AS A FUNDAMENTAL VALUE. Richard Rose, CSPP. £3.

240. ADAPTATION, RESILIENCE AND DESTITUTION: ALTERNATIVES IN THE UKRAINE. Richard Rose, CSPP. £3.

237. ALIENATION, APATHY OR AMBIVALENCE? DON'T KNOWS AND DEMOCRACY IN RUSSIA. Ellen Carnaghan, Political Science, St Louis University. £3.

227. GETTING BY WITHOUT GOVERNMENT: EVERYDAY LIFE IN A STRESSFUL RUSSIA. Richard Rose, CSPP. £4.

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