Wilson Center Experts

James R. Harris

Research Grant
Kennan Institute

Expertise:
Russia and Eurasia
;
Russia
Affiliation:
Doctoral Candidate, Dept. of History, University of Chicago
Wilson Center Project(s):
The Urals Republic: Regionalism in Russia from Planned to Market Economy, 1945-1995
Term:
Jan 01, 1996
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Aug 01, 1996

Project Summary

roots of Russian regionalism in the post-war period hypothesis: it was the pressures of the planned economy which motivated regional movements for autonomy relationship of regionalism and central planning as well as the implications of the transition to a market economy for Russian federalism