Okategoriserade Baltic Worlds Roundtable 2011 Market Reform and Socio-Economic Change in Russia
Baltic Worlds Roundtable illuminates the tremendous changes that Russian social and economic life has undergone due to the introduction of market economy after the fall of state socialism. The Rondtable takes place October 6, 2011.
Published on balticworlds.com on augusti 8, 2011
The Baltic Worlds Round Table 2011 is organized by the Centre for Baltic and East European Studies at Södertörn University, and Baltic Worlds.
This year’s Roundtable illuminates the tremendous changes that Russian social and economic life has undergone due to the introduction of market economy after the fall of state socialism. The period from 1991 to 2011 has been full of social hardships and at the same time new economic possibilities.
What were the consequences of mass privatizations for the economy in the short and long term? How did market reforms affect Russian everyday life on aspects such as housing, gender equality, health and social well-being? These and related questions will be at the centre for the discussions at the round table, where well-renowned scholars share their knowledge.
To this event we invite the scientific community as well as a broader audience interested in this topic.
When? October 6, 2011, at 9.00-18.00
Where? Södertörn University/Karolinska Institutet Campus, Hörsal/Auditorium H3, Alfred Nobels Allé 23, Flemingsberg
|ProgrammeElisabeth Hedborg, moderator|
|09.10-09.40||Keynote speech: Social Changes in Russia: Modernization vs DegradationNatalia Zubarevich, Dept of Geography, Moscow State University, Russia|
|10.00-10.15||Big Business and the State in Russia: Pas de Deux or Tavern Brawl?
Philip Hanson, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House, UK
|10.15-10.30||The Implications of the Yukos Affair in State-Business Relations
Tina Jennings, St Antony’s College, Oxford, UK
|10.30-10.45||Market Reform and the Freedom of Press
Nadezhda Azhgikhina, Executive Secreary of Russian Union of Journalists, member of Russian PEN, Member of Gender Council of International Federation of Journalists, and Moscow State University
|11.45-12.00||Neoliberal Reform and Women’s Everyday Experiences
Vikki Turbine, Dept of Politics, University of Glasgow, UK
|12.00-12.15||Privatization and Segregation in Post-Communist Countries: No Need to Panic
Michael Gentile, Dept of Social and Economic Geography, Umeå University, Sweden
|14.00-14.15||Mass Privatisation and the Post-Communist Mortality Crisis
David Stuckler, London School of Tropical Medicine, UK
|14.15-14.30||Social Change and Suicide in Russia
Ilkka Henrik Mäkinen, SCOHOST, Södertörn University, Sweden
|15.00-16.30||Round table discussion|
|16.30-18.00||Refreshments and mingling|
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