Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy, Moscow
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This is a book project focused on the re-interpretation of post-soviet transition trajectories in a broad societal perspective. While in previous decades a normative approach prevailed in the interpretations of post-soviet states social development the one proposed in this book pretend to revise its foundations. All labeled as “post-soviet” ones in fact these countries were “soviet” in a very different ways and the diversity of their post-soviet trajectories in last thirty years are seen as the diversity of societal responses to the collapse of the soviet political order.