International Handbook on Informal Governance
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International Handbook on Informal Governance

Edited by Thomas Christiansen and Christine Neuhold

Acknowledging that governance relies not only on formal rules and institutions but to a significant degree also on informal practices and arrangements, this unique Handbook examines and analyses a wide variety of theoretical, conceptual and normative perspectives on informal governance.
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Chapter 7: Subversive Institutions and Informal Governance in Contemporary Russia

Vladimir Gel’man

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7 Subversive institutions and informal governance in contemporary Russia Vladimir Gel’man* INTRODUCTION In September 2009, Vladimir Milov, the former deputy minister of energy of the Russian government and one of the leaders of the oppositional So...

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