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Stephen Crowley

Global Europe Program

Expertise:
Economics and Globalization
;
History
;
Human Rights
;
Population
;
Society and Culture
;
Urban Studies
;
Europe
;
Russia and Eurasia
;
Russia
;
Soviet Union
;
Ukraine
Affiliation:
Professor of Politics and Chair, Russian & East European Studies, Oberlin College; former Title VIII-Supported Research Scholar, Kennan Institute and East European Studies, Europe Program; and former East European Studies Scholar, Europe Program
Wilson Center Project(s):
"East European Labor, Varieties of Capitalism, and the Expansion of the EU." “Labor Protest in the Putin Era.” "Labor Conflict and Relative Prosperity in Putin's Russia." “Labor in the Former Soviet Union.” “Workers’ Responses to the Political and Economic Transformations in Post-Communist Russia.” "Labor Politics in Contemporary Russia and Ukraine.”

Project Summary

Workers’ responses to the transformation of the former Soviet Union Labor and the related union strike.

Previous Terms at the Wilson Center:
Kennan Institute Title VIII-Supported Short-Term Grant. Associate Professor, Oberlin College. “Labor Protest in the Putin Era.” August 01, 2009 - September 01, 2009.
East European Studies Scholar. Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Oberlin College. “East European Labor, Varieties of Capitalism, and the Expansion of the EU.” May 01, 2006 - August 01, 2006.
European Studies Title VIII-Supported Short-Term Scholar. Associate Professor, Department of Politics, Oberlin College. "Labor Conflict and Relative Prosperity in Putin's Russia." August 2004.
Kennan Institute Title VIII-Supported Short-Term Grant. Associate Professor, Oberlin College. “Labor in the Former Soviet Union.” August 2000.
Kennan Institute Research Grant. Associate Professor, Oberlin College. “Workers’ Responses to the Political and Economic Transformations in Post-Communist Russia.” June 01, 1997 – August 01, 1997.
Kennan Institute Title VIII-Supported Short-Term Grant . Associate Professor, Oberlin College. “Labor Politics in Contemporary Russia and Ukraine.” August 01, 1993 - September 01, 1993.
 

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