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Academic Professionalism in the Era of Change: Role Subidentities and Transformation of Time Budgets

Abramov R. N., Gruzdev I., Terentev E.

Russian Education and Society. 2016. Vol. 58. No. 3. P. 163-180.

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Observing the Effects of Everyday Corruption – A Conversation with Professor William Reisinger

On Tuesday, May 23, William Reisinger, Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa, will deliver a seminar at the HSE School of Political Science entitled ‘The Impact of Petty Corruption on Political Support in Post-Soviet Societies’. Ahead of his seminar, Professor Reisinger spoke with the HSE News Service about the topic of his research, how his impressions of Russia and the post-Soviet world have changed since he began visiting the region, and the changing interest in Russia that he has observed among Western students over the past several decades.