The New Elite in Post-Communist Eastern Europe

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Contributors

Elena Avraamova is senior fellow at the Institute of Social and Economic Problems of Population in Moscow.

Alexander Boronin is director of the Biological Institutes in the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.

Anthony Carnes is chair of the Department of Sociology, King's College, New York.

Nikolai Churilov is director of the polling firm SosIs in Kiev, Ukraine.

Boris Doktorov is an independent researcher and consultant, an associate research fellow of the St. Petersburg branch of the Institute of Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Midkhat Farukshin is chair of the Department of Political Science, Kazan University. Kazan, Russia.

Vladas Gaidys is director of the Public Opinion Research Center, Institute of Philosophy, Science, and Law in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Boris Grushin is the founder and director of the polling firm Vox Populii in Moscow.

Rustem Kadyrzhanov is chair of the Department of Political Science, Institute of Philosophy, Kazakh Academy of Sciences in Kazakhstan.

William Kandinov is the former chair of the Department of Sociology, Tashkent University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Suzanne Keller is professor of sociology at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.

Samuel Kliger is director of the New York Association for New Americans in New York City.

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