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Issue №7. February 2006

Institutional Uncertainty as a Result of the Transformation of the Russian Political System

Dmitriy E. Moskvin

Assistant Professor, A.M. Gorkiy Ural State University.

Institutional changes in post-Soviet Russia are studied extensively by the scientific community, but most of the published works are concerned with the empirical analysis of the events rather than building an analytical model or developing an adequate methodology. The main problem any researcher in this field faces is the rate at which changes are happening and their nonlinear character. The activation of political process in 2004 — early 2005, for example, was accompanied by the liquidation of some of the political mechanisms and procedures, which are used in western political systems to maintain a certain level of communication. To adequately describe the current events — and possibly predict the upcoming ones — a researcher needs a serious theoretical basis.

Keywords

Political science, institute, transformation.

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