a. Workforce development

Experiential Learning through STEM: Recent Initiatives in the United States,” (with Pallas Chou and Ben Topa), International Journal of Training and Development (2023),  pp. 1023.

Inequality and Workforce Development in the Post-COVID Environment: The Case of Maine,Maine Policy Review 30:2 (2021), pp. 116-125.

Institutional Challenges to Workforce Development in Maine,” Maine Policy Review (29:1 (2020), pp. 19-28.

Encouraging Skill Development: Evidence from Public-Private Partnerships in Education in Russia’s Regions” (with Israel Marques II and Vladimir Bazavliuk), European Journal of Political Economy 63 (2020).

Public-Private Partnerships for Skill Development in the United States, Russia, and China,” (with Po Yang), Post-Soviet Affairs 36:5/6, (2020), pp. 495-514.

Partnerships for Skill Development in Russia,” (with Israel Marques II), Post-Communist Economies 32: 1 (2020), p.1-23

The Reform of Skill Formation in Russia: Regional Responses,” (with Israel Marques II), Europe-Asia Studies, 72:7 (2020), p.1125-1152

Public-Private Partnerships in TVET:  Adapting the Dual System in the United States,” Journal of Vocational Education & Training 70:4 (2018), pp. 497-522.

Business-Government Cooperation in VET: A Russian Experiment with Dual Education,” Post Soviet-Affairs (2017)

b. Russian and Chinese Politics

Career Trajectories of Regional Officials: Russia and China Before and After 2012,” (with Andrei Yakovlev, Elena Ovchinnikova and Alexander Chasovsky), Eurasian Geography and Economics (2021).

Income Inequality and Food Insecurity in Russia,” Russian Politics 4 (2019), pp. 1-30.

Bureaucratic Politics and Labour Policy in China,” China: An International Journal 16:3 (August 2018), pp. 97-119.

Institutional Change in Authoritarian Regimes: Pension Reform in Russia and China,” Problems of Post-Communism 66:5 (2019), pp. 301-314.

Russian Economic Inequality in Comparative Perspective,” Comparative Politics 50:3 (April 2018), pp. 395-416.

Regional Variation in Business-Government Relations in Russia and China,” Problems of Post-Communism 63:1 (2016), pp. 1-12.

Institutional Variation among Russian Regional Regimes: Implications for Social Policy and the Development of Non-Governmental Organizations,”  Voluntas, 26:6 (2015), pp. 2215-2237.

Performance Incentives and Economic Growth: Regional Officials in Russia and China,” Eurasian Geography and Economics, with Michael Rochlitz, Andrei Yakovlev and Vera Kulpina, 56:4 (2015),  pp. 1-25.

The Impact of the 2008 Labor Contract Law on Labor Disputes in China,” (with Xiaowen Cui). Journal of East Asian Studies 15:2 (2015), pp. 271-299.

Why is Interregional Inequality in Russia and China Not Falling?” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 48 (January 2015): 1-13.

Governors’ Dilemmas: Economic and Social Policy Trade-Offs in the Russian Regions (Evidence from Four Case Studies),” (with Irina Soboleva, Anton Sobolev and Mark Urnov), Europe-Asia Studies 65:10 (2013): 1855-1876.

The Russian Middle Class as Policy Objective,” Post-Soviet Affairs 27(2)  (2011): 1-37.

Dominant Party Regimes and the Commitment Problem: The Case of United Russia,” (with Ora John Reuter) Comparative Political Studies 42(4)  (2009): 501-526.

Putin, Parliament and Presidential Exploitation of the Terrorist Threat,” Journal of Legislative Studies, 15:2/3 (June-/September 2009), 219-238.

Patronage and Power: Russia’s Dominant Party Regime,” Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 49:2 (2008), pp. 213-228.

Regulating Competition in the Digital Platform Economy: Russia and China,” with Jiwei Qian and Svetlana Avdasheva, Problems of Post-Communism (2022)

c. Economic Inequality

Top-End Wealth Accumulation: The Forbes Lists and Wealth Inequality,” Social Development Issues 45:1 (2023), pp. 37-60.

d. Liberalism

Making Liberalism Work,” Journal of Democracy (July 2023)

e. Postwar Russsia

Transitional Justice Options for Russia,” (with Monika Nalepa), Post-Soviet Affairs (2023)