Publications

Publications

Eraliev, S and Heusala, A-L. 2021. (In press) Central Asian Female Migrants’ Transnational Social Spaces: Straddling between Illegality and Tradition. In Turaeva, R and Urinboyev, R (Eds.), Labour, Mobilities and Informal Practices: Power, Institutions and Mobile Actors in Transnational Space. Routledge.

Gelman, V., Kangaspuro, M., Nikula, J., Lassila J., Heusala, A-L, Khmelnitskaya, M. and Starodubtsev, A. 2021 (In press). Authoritarian Modernization in Post-Soviet Russia: Structures, Agencies and Choices. In Kivinen, M. and Humphreys, B. (eds.), Russian Modernization: A New Paradigm, London: Routledge (Studies in Contemporary Russia).

Kivinen, M., Kulmala, M., Nikula, J., Mannila, S., Markus, K., Kemppainen, L., Kemppainen, T., Aitamurto, K., Starodubtsev, A., Rytkönen, R., Khmelnitskaya, M. & Tarasenko, A. 2021 (In press). Modernization of the Russian Social Policy: Social Crisis, Interventions, and Withdrawals. In Kivinen, M. and Humphreys, B. (Eds.)  Russian Modernization: A New Paradigm.  London: Routledge (Studies in Contemporary Russia).

Heusala, A-L. 2021 (In press). Security. In De Feyter, K., De Moerloose, S. & Türkelli, G.E. (Eds.), Law & Development Encyclopedia.  Edward Elgar, 260-263.

Urinboyev, R. & Eraliev, S. 2021 (In press). Informality and Uzbek Migrant Networks in Russia and Turkey.  In The Central Asian World. Féaux de la Croix, J. & Reeves, M. (eds.). Routledge.

Aitamurto, K. 2021 (In press). Discussions about indigenous, national and transnational Islam in Russia. In Simons G. (Ed.) The Image of Islam in Russia. London: Routledge.

Eraliev, S., 2020. Book review: Olga R. Gulina. (2019). Migration as a (Geo-)Political Challenge in the Post-Soviet Space: Border Regimes, Policy Choices, Visa Agendas. Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag. Ideology and Politics Journal, 2(16): 396-399. https://doi.org/10.36169/2227-6068.2020.01.00028.

Urinboyev, R. 2020. Migration and Hybrid Political Regimes: Navigating the Legal Landscape in Russia. Oakland: University of California Press (Law and Society Series) https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520299573/migration-and-hybrid-political-regimes https://doi.org/10.1525/luminos.96

Eraliev, S. and  Urinboyev, R. 2020. Precarious Times for Central Asian Migrants in Russia, Current History 19 (819): 258-263.  https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2020.119.819.258

Karshiev, M. 2020. Uzbekistan faces Covid-19 https://blogs.helsinki.fi/elmarb-project/2020/04/16/uzbekistan-faces-covid-19/

Urinboyev, R. 2020. (Accepted/In press) Создание «узбекской махалля» посредством смартфонов и социальных медиа: повседневная транснациональная жизнь узбекских мигрантов в России. Новое Литературное Обозрение.

Gelman, V. and Zavadskaya, M. 2020. Explaining Bad Governance in Russia: Institutions and Incentives (coauthored with Margarita Zavadskaya) www.ponarseurasia.org/memo/explaining-bad-governance-russia-institutions-and-incentives

Aitamurto, K. 2019. Discussion about indigenous, national and transnational Islam in Russia. Religion, State and Society 47 (2), 198-213.

Aitamurto, K., Turoma, S., Vladiv-Glover, S. 2019.  Religion, Expression, and Patriotism in Russia. Essays on  Post-Soviet Society and the State. Ibidem.

Nazarenko, S, Aitamurto, K, Heusala, A-L, Korhonen, V, Koski, S, Laine, V ja Mitikka E. 2019. Venäjän sisäinen kehitys. Teoksessa Voiman Venäjä. Grano Oy: Puolustusministeriö.  https://julkaisut.valtioneuvosto.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/161438/Voiman_Venäjä_PLM_2019.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

Nazarenko, S, Aitamurto, K, Heusala, A-L, Korhonen, V, Koski, S, Laine, V and Mitikka E .2019. Russia´s Internal Development. In Russia of Power. Grano Oy: Ministry of Defence.  https://julkaisut.valtioneuvosto.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/161710/Russia%20of%20Power.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

Urinboyev, R. 2019. Everyday Corruption and Social Norms in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan. The Program on Governance and Local Development at the University of Gothenburg, GLD Working Papers,  1-31.

Urinboyev, R. 2019. Why Control Immigration? Strategic Uses of Migration Management in Russia. By Caress Schenk. Toronto:University of Toronto Press, 2018. Xvi, 374 pp. [Book review], Slavic Review 2 (78), 529-533.

Gelman, V. 2019. Why is Russia So Badly Governed? https://www.ridl.io/en/why-is-russia-so-badly-governed/

Heusala, A-L. 2018. The Soviet Legacy of ‘national security’ in Russian Migration Policy. Russian Politics (3), 430-450.

Heusala, A-L. 2018. Yhteiskuntatieteellinen Venäjä-tutkimus ja globalisaatio.  Idäntutkimus. The Finnish Review of East European Studies (3-4), 102-106. [Social Scientific Russian Studies and Globalization, in Idäntutkimus. The Finnish Review of East European Studies (3-4),102-106.]

Heusala, A-L. 2018. Российские реформы – балансирование между национальной безопасностью и глобализацией? In Lapteva, L. E. & Lukjanova, E. G. (Eds.). Социальные основания права и политики: история, теория, практика. IV Мальцевские чтения : материалы Международной научно-практической конференции. РАНХиГС при Президенте РФ. Moscow: РГ-Пресс, 30-36.

Heusala, A-L. & Aitamurto, K., 2018. Siirtolaisuus muovaa oikeuskulttuuria Venäjällä. Idäntutkimus. The Finnish Review of East European Studies 1: 84-85. [Migration Shapes the Legal Culture in Russia. Idäntutkimus. The Finnish Review of East European Studies 1:84-85.]

Eraliev, S. 2018. Growing Religiosity Among Central Asian Migrants in Russia. Why Does Migration ‘Theologize’?. Journal of International and Advanced Japanese Studies (10), 137-150.

Urinboyev, R. 2018. Mahalla (Uzbekistan). In Ledeneva, A. (Ed.), The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality, UCL Press, 69-72. http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/10041172/1/The-Global-Encyclopaedia-of-Informality-Volume-2.pdf

Urinboyev, R. & Svensson, M. 2017. Corruption, Social Norms and Everyday Life in Uzbekistan. In Kubbe, I. & Engelbert, A. (Eds.). Corruption and Norms. Why Informal Rules Matter.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 187.

Urinboyev, R. 2017. Arbeitsmigration und Schattenwirtschaft in Russland. RGOW nr 7/8: 18-19.

Heusala, A-L. & Aitamurto, K. (eds.). 2017. Migrant Workers in Russia: Global Challenges of the Shadow Economy in Societal Transformation Routledge: Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series.

Urinboyev, R. and Polese, A.,2016. Informality Currencies: a Tale of Misha, His Brigada and Informal Practices among Uzbek Labour Migrants in Russia. Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 24 (3), 191–206.

Aitamurto, K. 2016. Protected and Controlled: Islam and ‘Desecularisation from Above’ in Russia. Europe-Asia Studies, 68 (1), 182-202.