Democratization, Democratic Erosion, Populism
Book Review: Routledge Handbook of Illiberalism, Journal of Illiberalism Studies, 2 (2022).
Fellow Travelers or Trojan Horses? Similarities Across Pro-Russian Parties’ Electorates in Europe, Party Politics, 28:3 (2021), 409–418.
How Ex-Communist Left Parties Reformed and Lost, West European Politics, 45:4 (2021), 716-743.
Different Strokes for Different Folks: Who Votes for Technocratic Parties?, Politics and Governance, 8:4 (2020), 556-567.
Voice or Exit? Political Corruption and Voting Intentions in Hungary, Democratization, 27:7 (2020), 1162-1182.
Populism and the Decline of Social Democracy (with Sheri Berman), Journal of Democracy, 30:3 (2019), 5-19.
“Religious Affiliation and Individual Economic and Political Attitudes in Ukraine” Culture Matters in Russia—and Everywhere: Backdrop for the Russia-Ukraine Conflict, London: Lexington Books, 2015, 145-162.
Institutional and Cultural Constraints of Catching Up Countries,(with Yevgeny Yasin),Voprosy Ekonomiki, 11(2009), 32-49 (in Russian).
Tectonic Changes in the World Economy: Let the Cultural Factor Speak (BRICs study), (with Yevgeny Yasin), X-th International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development Proceedings, Moscow: Publishing House of SU HSE, 2009 (in Russian).
Russian Domestic and Foreign Politics
Смена режима в России? Демократический транзит, которого не было, Форум новейшей восточноевропейской истории и культуры, 1-2 (2023): 119-135.
Why Russia’s Democracy Never Began , Journal of Democracy, 34: 3 (2023): 105-118.
Long Soviet Shadows: the Nomenklatura Ties of Putin Elites (with Kirill Petrov), Post-Soviet Affairs, (2022).
Russia’s Relations with the US under Putin, in Putin’s Russia, 8th edition, ed. Darrell Slider and Stephen Wegren. Rowman and Littlefield (Forthcoming in 2022).
Paying the Price for Putin’s Adventurism, in the Baltic Defence College Conference on Russia Papers (2022).
Guns to Butter: Sociotropic Concerns and Foreign Policy Preferences in Russia,Post-Soviet Affairs 36:3 (2020), 268-279.
What Factors Contribute to the Aggressive Foreign Policy of Russian Leaders?Problems of Post-Communism 67:1 (2020), 93-110.
Is Putin’s Russia Fascist? World Policy Journal, 34:1 (2017), 48-53.
Institutional Problems of Russia in the Global Context,(with Yevgeny Yasin)Voprosy Ekonomiki, 1(2010), 114-128 (in Russian).
Term Limits Matter,(with Kirill Rogov), Ekonomicheskaya politika, 5(2009), 75-93, (in Russian).