Publications

Publications

Eraliev, S. and Urinboyev, R., 2023. Everyday Geopolitics of Uzbek Migrants in Russia and Their Left-behind Families in Uzbekistan. In Ratilainen, S., Turoma, S. & Kaasik-Krogerus, S. (eds.), Eastern Europe and Eurasia in the Global Age: Narrating Geopolitics and Culture.  Bloomsbury Academic.

Gel’man, V.,  2022. The Politics of Bad Governance in Contemporary Russia. University of Michigan Press.

Urinboyev, R. & Eraliev, S., 2022, The Political Economy of Non-Western Migration Regimes: Central Asian Migrant Workers in Russia and Turkey     Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.  (Palgrave International Political Economy Series)

Urinboyev, R. and  Eraliev, S., 2022.  Everyday Transnational Lives of Uzbek Migrants in Russia: A Socio-Legal Perspective. In Kumar Sahoo, A. (ed.), Routledge Handbook of AsianTransnationalism.  Abingdon: Routledge.

Urinboyev, R. and  Eraliev, S., 2022. Informal civil society initiatives in non-Western societies: mahallas in Uzbekistan.  In Central Asian Survey 41 (3):  477-497. 

Eraliev, S.,  2022. Religious Extremism. In  Sayapin, S., Atadjanov, R., Kadam, U., Kemp, G., Zambrana-Tévar, N. & Quénivet, N. (eds.) International Conflict and Security Law: A Research Handbook.  Cham: Springer,  1161-1179.

Gel’man, V., 2021. Constitution, Authoritarianism, and Bad Governance: The Case of Russia.  Russian Politics 6 (1): 71-90.

Gel’man, V., 2021. (E-pub ahead of print) Exceptions and Rules: Success Stories and Bad Governance in Russia. Europe – Asia Studies 73 (6).

Zavadskaya, M. and Gel’man, V., 2021.(E-pub ahead of print) Exploring Varieties of Governance in Russia. Search of Theoretical Frameworks. Europe – Asia Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/09668136.2021.1943317.

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

Turaeva, R and Urinboyev R (Eds). 2021. Labour, Mobility and Informal Practices in Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. London: Routledge. ebook:  https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/oa-edit/10.4324/9781003176763/labour-mobility-informal-practices-russia-central-asia-eastern-europe-rano-turaeva-rustamjon-urinboyev

Turaeva, R. and Urinboyev, R. 2021.Introduction. In Turaeva, Rano and Urinboyev Rustamjon (Eds). 2021. Labour, Mobility and Informal Practices in Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. London: Routledge, 1-16. Introduction | Taylor & Francis Group (taylorfrancis.com)

Eraliev, S. and Heusala, A-L. 2021.  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. Abingdon: Routledge, 114-132. Central Asian female migrants’ transnational social spaces | Taylor & Francis Group (taylorfrancis.com)

Urinboyev, R. 2021. Smartphone transnationalism in non-Western migration regimes. Transnational ethnography of Uzbek migrant workers in Russia. In Turaeva, Rano and Urinboyev Rustamjon (Eds). 2021. Labour, Mobility and Informal Practices in Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. London: Routledge, 89-113. Smartphone transnationalism in non-Western migration regimes | Taylor & Francis Group (taylorfrancis.com)

Gelman, V., Kangaspuro, M., Nikula, J., Lassila J., Heusala, A-L, Khmelnitskaya, M. and Starodubtsev, A. 2021. 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), 70-105.

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. 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), 106-173.

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

Gel’man, V., 2021. Возвращение акторов: динамика политических режимов и их интерпретаций. Демонтаж коммунизма: тридцать лет спустя. Рогов, К. (ed.). Новое литературное обозрение, 116-150.

Aitamurto, K. 2020. Discussions about indigenous, national and transnational Islam in Russia. In Simons G. (Ed.) The Image of Islam in Russia. London: Routledge, 25-40.

Heusala, A-L., 2020, Liberaalidemokraattinen näkökulma Venäjän hallinnon historiaan. Sandarmohista Skolkovoon: historiapolitiikan pitkä varjo. Aitamurto, K., Kahla, E. & Lassila, J. (toim.). Helsinki: Into kustannus, 170-180.

Miklóssy, K., 2020, Itäisen Euroopan tutkimuksen poliittisuus ja Venäjä. Sandarmohista Skolkovoon: historiapolitiikan pitkä varjo. Aitamurto, K., Kahla, E. & Lassila, J. (eds.). Helsinki: Into kustannus. 245-259.

Gel’man, V., 2020. “Liberaalit” vastaan “demokraatit”: Neuvostoliiton jälkeisen modernisaation aatteelliset suuntaukset. Sandarmohista Skolkovoon: historia-politiikan pitkä-varjo. Aitamurto, K., Kahla, E. & Lassila, J. (eds.). Helsinki: Into kustannus, 78-94 .

Miklóssy, K., 2020, Subregional Integration in East Central Europe: Strategies in the In-Between Sphere. European Integration Beyond Brussels: Unity in East and West Europe Since 1945. Broad, M. & Kansikas, S. (eds.). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 269-290. (Security, Conflict and Cooperation in the Contemporary World).

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

Travin, D., Gel’man, V. and Marganiya, O., 2020. The Russian Path: Ideas, Interests, Institutions, Illusions, Stuttgart: Ibidem-verlag. (Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society; vol. 219)

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. Создание «узбекской махалля» посредством смартфонов и социальных медиа: повседневная транснациональная жизнь узбекских мигрантов в России. (Pед.) Ольгa Бредниковa и  Сергей Абашин, Жить в двух мирах. Переосмысляя транснационализм и транслокальность Новое Литературное Обозрение, 442-481.

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

Miklóssy, K. (ed.) and Smith, H. (ed.), 2019,  Strategic Culture in Russia’s Neighborhood: Change and Continuity in an In-Between Space. 1 ed. New York-London: Lexington Books.

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 (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? Лаптева, Л. Е., Лукьянова, Е. Г. (ред.) 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. and 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. and 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. and 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.