Enclaves and Exclaves
Eurasian Economic Union and Post-Soviet Eurasia
Category: Eurasian Economic Union and Post-Soviet Eurasia
Regional integration and economic convergence in the post-Soviet space
Libman A., Vinokurov E. (2010) Regional Integration and Economic Convergence in the post-Soviet Space: Experience of the Decade of Growth. MPRA Working Paper. The conceptualization of the...
Holding Together Regionalism and the Interaction of Functional Bureaucracies
MPRA Working Paper. Final version: Libman A., Vinokurov E. (2012) Holding Together Regionalism and Interaction of Functional Bureaucracies. Review of International Political Economy, 19(5):...
Is It Really Different? Patterns of Regionalization in the Post-Soviet Asia
Frankfurt School Working Paper 155. Final version: Libman A., Vinokurov E. (2011) Is it really different? Patterns of regionalization in the post-Soviet Central Asia. Post-Communist...
Knitting Europe and Asia into Eurasia: Kazakhstan's Foreign Economic Policy
World Finance Review, September Over the last decade, Kazakhstan has become one of the most dynamic countries in the world, both in terms of its economic development and foreign relations....
The Evolution of Kazakhstan’s Position on Relations with Russia in 1991-2010
Vinokurov E. (2010) The Evolution of Kazakhstan’s Position on Relations with Russia in 1991-2010. March. MPRA Working Paper no. 22187. 2009-2010 are marked by a major breakthrough, namely...
International Financial Centre in Moscow: What Would it Take?
World Finance Review, December The idea of Moscow becoming one of the global financial centres reflects a concentrated vision of a broad set of goals for the development of the financial...
The Post-Soviet Integration Breakthrough. Why the Customs Union has more chances than its predecessors
Vinokurov E., Libman A. (2012) The Post-Soviet Integration Breakthrough. Why the Customs Union Has More Changes to Succeed Than Its Predecessors. Russia in Global Affairs, May-June, pp. 154-163. ...
Vinokurov E. (2013) Pragmatic Eurasianism. Russia in Global Affairs. March-April, 11(2):87-96. This article offers a systematic and pragmatic approach to Eurasian integration. It assumes that...
The Art of Survival: Kyrgyzstan’s Labor Migration, Human Capital, and Social Networks
Central Asian Papers no.7. George Washington University: Washington D.C. Between 15 to 20% of Kyrgyzstan’s total population is currently working abroad. This socioeconomic phenomenon virtually...
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