Resulting Book: The 1999-200 Elections in Russia: their impact and legacy

A distinguished collection of specialists analyze the critical elections that ushered out the Boris Yeltsin era in Russia and ushered in the leadership of Vladimir Putin. These parliamentary and presidential elections are proving critical for the future of Russia and are highly enlightening to scholars and students who study electoral politics, party development, and democratization. Collectively, the expertise represented by these authors extends to all the important facets of electoral politics and party development in Russia.

The 1999-2000 elections in Russia: their impact and legacy (Cambridge, 2003). ISBN: 0521816769.

Invited 2000 Participants

Timothy J. Colton

Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University

M. Steven Fish

Department of Political Science, University of California Berkeley

Stephen E. Hanson

Department of Political Science, University of Washington

Vicki L. Hesli

Professor of Political Science, University of Iowa

Andrei Melville

Faculty of Politology, Moscow State Institute for International Relations

Neil Munro

Center for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde

Mikhail Myagkov

Department of Political Science, University of Oregon

Sarah Oates

Department of Politics, University of Glasgow

William M. Reisinger

Professor of Political Science, University of Iowa

Thomas F. Remington

Department of Political Science, Emory University

Richard Rose

Department of Government, University of Strathclyde

Richard Sakwa

Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent

Olga Shvetsova

Department of Political Science, Washington University

Stephen White

Department of Politics, University of Glasgow

Browse the contents of Russia’s Parliamentary and Presidential Elections: An In-Depth Assessment of Outcomes and Effects (2000):