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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

Andrey Yushkov  1, Lev Savulkin  2, Nina Oding  3
  • 1 M. Sc. (Econ.), Research Fellow, International Centre for Socio-Economic Research “Leontief Centre”, 25, 7th Krasnoarmeyskaya Str., 190005, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.
  • 2 Cand. Sci. (Geog.), Senior Research Fellow, International Centre for Socio-Economic Research “Leontief Centre”, 25, 7th Krasnoarmeyskaya Str., 190005, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.
  • 3 Cand. Sci. (Econ.), Head of Research Department, International Centre for Socio-Economic Research “Leontief Centre”, 25, 7th Krasnoarmeyskaya Str., 190005, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.

Intergovernmental Relations in Russia: Still a Pendulum?

2017. No. 5. P. 38–59 [issue contents]
This paper studies political, economic and administrative aspects of intergovernmental relations in Russia since the beginning of the 1990s. We distinguish three stages in the development of Russian federalism, which differ from previous classifications available in the literature – the pendulum of (de)centralization (1991–2003), critical crossroad with the radical shift back to the centralization path (2003–2005), and the era of further pervasive centralization and transformation to the de facto unitary state (2005-present). At the latest (third) stage, we identify two mechanisms of centralization – linear and non-linear, which differ in their design but similarly contribute to the general trend, and provide several supporting examples of both of them.
Citation:
Yushkov, A., Savulkin, L. & Oding, N. (2017). Intergovernmental Relations in Russia: Still a Pendulum? Public Administration Issues, Special Issue (electronic edition), pp. 38–59 (in English); doi: 10.17323/1999-5431-2017-0-5-38-59.
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