Academia in Upheaval: Origins, Transfers, and Transformations of the Communist Academic Regime in Russia and East Central Europe

By Michael David-Fox; György Péteri | Go to book overview

Subject Index
Academia, Russian and East Central European: brain drain, 285-286; centralization and stagnation, 289-293; changes in establishment, 287-289; communization and decommunization, 313-315; cooperation with the Soviet regime, 258-260; decline of R&D sector, 283-284; deinstitutionalization, 305; government-sponsored, 257; institutionalization, 303-305, 317; marketization, 315-316; modernization, 275, 278-281, 291; praxis, 313-314; process of transformation after 1989, 276- 278; post-Soviet international integration, 284-285; quasi- development, 291-293; reform movement of 1980s-1990s, 265- 266, 267-269; resistance to change, 269-272; restructuring and retrenchment in post-Soviet science, 282-284, 293-294; social values, 305-307, 308, 310, 316; Soviet model, 256-257, 260-262, 309-310; Soviet system of research, 262; Soviet- time output, 263-264; techniques, 307-308; wars over science, 266-268. See also Academia, Soviet and East Central European
Academia, Soviet and East Central European: biographical perspective, 3-7; cycles and campaigns, 23-27; elites and hierarchies, 17-20; elites and hierarchies in East Central Europe, 20-22; institutional underpinnings, 4- 5; Soviet model in science, 27- 28. See also Academia, Russian
Academy of Sciences: bolshevization/restructuring of, 4, 7-10, 11, 40, 46, 51-65, 66-67; continuity of, 39, 40, 42, 67-68; empire of knowledge, 257; General Assembly of, 43, 49, 56, 64, 65, 68, 268 passim; independence of, 39, 40, 50-51, 66-68; and institutes, 26, 123, 126; institutionalization of, 304-305;

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