Mediocrity Syndrome in Russia : Domestic and International Perspectives

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dc.contributor University of Helsinki, Aleksanteri Institute 2010-2017 en Gel'man, Vladimir 2013-10-29T09:43:01Z 2013-10-29T09:43:01Z 2013-06
dc.identifier.citation Gel'man , V 2013 , Mediocrity Syndrome in Russia : Domestic and International Perspectives . PONARS Eurasia policy memos , no. 258 , George Washington University , Washington, DC . < > en
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dc.description.abstract Numerous experts argue that Russia is a normal country with a mid-range level of socio-economic development. In other words, if one likens countries to students, Russia would be a C-grade student—neither among the best in the class (like Finland or Singapore) nor among the worst (Zimbabwe), but rather of average mediocrity similar to Argentina. Even though international evaluations of contemporary Russia are hardly unique over the last decade, they have met a quite shocking reception among educated residents of this country. en
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher George Washington University
dc.relation.ispartofseries PONARS Eurasia policy memos
dc.rights en
dc.subject 517 Political science en
dc.subject Russia en
dc.subject identity en
dc.subject international politics en
dc.subject "developmental trap" en
dc.title Mediocrity Syndrome in Russia : Domestic and International Perspectives en
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