Russian Bureaucracy and the State: Officialdom from Alexander III to Vladimir Putin by D. Rowney

Russian Bureaucracy and the State: Officialdom from Alexander III to Vladimir Putin

EditorD. Rowney, E. Huskey

Hardcover | September 23, 2009

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The Russian State and Administration provides a rich and innovative assessment of Russian bureaucracy from 1881 to the present. From a variety of disciplinary perspectives, the work assesses the organization, personnel, and practices of officialdom across three different Russian regimes tsarist, Soviet and postcommunist.

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DON K. ROWNEY is Professor of History and Senior Research Fellow at Bowling Green State University, USA. A specialist on the history of Russian state administration and European historiography, he is the author of Transition to Technocracy: The Structural Origins of the Soviet Administrative State and co-editor of Russian Officialdom:...
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Title:Russian Bureaucracy and the State: Officialdom from Alexander III to Vladimir PutinFormat:HardcoverDimensions:368 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:September 23, 2009Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230228844

ISBN - 13:9780230228849

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Russian Officialdom since 1881--D.K.Rowney& E.Huskey * PART I: LATE TSARIST OFFICIALDOM * The Institutional Structure of Late Tsarist Officialdom: An Introduction--D.K.Rowney * Imperial Russian Officialdom during Modernization--D.K.Rowney *
Identities, Loyalties, and Government Service in Tsarist Ukraine--S.Velychenko * Multiethnicity and Estonian Tsarist State Officials in Estland Province: 1881-1914, B.Woodworth * The Military Bureaucracy in the Samarkand Oblast of Russian Turkestan--A.Morrison * PART II: SOVIET OFFICIALDOM * An Introduction to Soviet Officialdom--E.Huskey& D.K.Rowney * The Communist Party and the Weakness of Bureaucratic Norms--G.Gill * White Collar Workers in the Second Revolution and Postwar Reconstruction--D.Orlovsky * Survival Strategies in the Soviet Bureaucracy: The Case of the Statistics Administration--M.Mespoulet * Corruption among Officials and Anti-Corruption Drives in the USSR, 1945-1964--J.Heinzen * Soviet Foreign Policy from the 1970s through the Gorbachev Era: The Role of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Communist Party International Department--M-P.Rey * PART III: POSTCOMMUNIST OFFICIALDOM
An Introduction to Postcommunist Officialdom--E.Huskey * Hiring and Promoting Young Civil Servants: Weberian Ideals versus Russian Reality--V.Gimpelson, V.Magun& R.J.Brym * The Politics-Administration Nexus in Postcommunist Russia--E.Huskey * Delivering State Services to the Population: The Development of State Welfare Agencies in Post-Soviet Russia--C.Lefevre * The Fate of Russian Officialdom: Fundamental Reform or Technical Improvements?--A.Barabashev, M.Krasnov, A.Obolonsky &--T.Zaitseva * Why is it so Difficult to Reform Russian Officialdom?--A.Obolonsky * Conclusion--E.Huskey& D.K.Rowney