From Submission to Rebellion: The Provinces Versus the Center in Russia

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Chapter 1
1.
Among the most important books on the economic issues surrounding regionalism in the last decade are Walter Isard, Introduction to Regional Science, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1975; William Miernyk, Regional Analysis and Regional Policy, Cambridge: Oelgeschlager, 1982; N. Vanhove and L. Klaasen, Regional Policy: A European Approach, Aldershot, England: Avebury, 1987; Edgar Hoover and Frank Giarratani, An Introduction to Regional Economics, 3d ed., New York: Knopf, 1984; and Geoffrey Hewings, Regional Industrial Analysis, London: Methuen, 1977.

On the economic issues surrounding regionalization in Russia, see Nikolai Nekrasov, Regionalnaia Ekonomika, Moskva: Nauka, 1978; Leonard Kozlov, Regionalnaia Ekonomika: Novye Podkhody, Moskva: Nauka, 1993; Alexander Granberg, "Regionalnaia Ekonomika i Regionalnaia Nauka v Sovietskom Soyuze i Rossia", Region, no. 1, 1994; V. Chichkanov and R. Menakir, Analiz i Prognozirovanie Ekonomiki Regiona, Moskva: Nauka, 1984.

2.
See Donald Campbell and Julian Stanley, Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research, Chicago: Rand McNally, 1963; Vladimir Shlapentokh, Problemy Dostovernosti Statisticheskoi Informatsii v Sotsiologicheskikh Issledovaniakh, Moskva: Statistika, 1973.

Chapter 2
1.
V. Kaganskii has suggested that "regionalization" can be used in four different ways, meaning (1) a "sovereignization" of structural, including spatial, elements; (2) a dismantling of the hierarchical system's upper level; (3) a "collapse" of sovereign regions; and (4) the restructuring of the relationship between the center and the regions ( V. Kaganskii, "Realnosti Regionlizatsii: Osnovnye Aspekty Protsessa", in Kuda Idet Rossia? Alternativy Obshchestvennogo Razvitia, T. Zaslavskaia and L. Arutiunian, (eds.), Moskva: Interpraks, 1994, pp. 171-175).
2.
For more on the differences between regionalism and nationalism, see Walker Connor , "Ethno-nationalism in the First World", in Ethnic Conflict in the Western World, M. Esman (ed.), Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1977. For more on mininationalism, see Louis Snider, Global Mini-Nationalism, Autonomy, and Independence, Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1982.

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