Marina Khmelnitskaya’s recent article in Communist and Post-Communist Studies

We are pleased to share news of the recently published journal article by Marina Khmelnitskaya, a former junior research fellow at the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre and Senior Common Room Member of St Antony’s College, in Communist and Post-Communist Studies

The article, The Pillars of Power and Policy of Social Policymaking in Authoritarian Regimes: Comparing Housing Policies in China and Russia, addresses the puzzle of the politics of social policy formation by two post-communist authoritarian regimes in China and Russia and argues that two interrelated dimensions—which the authors term the pillars of power and policy—shape social policymaking and change in authoritarian regimes and support authoritarian regime stability.

For further details, and to access the full article, please go here.

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