Лейбович О. Л., Шушкова Н. В. Мир России: Социология, этнология. 2012. Т. 21. № 2. С. 144-161.
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Европейско-азиатский правовой конгресс. Право Всемирной торговой организации: влияние на экономику и законодательство государств Европейско-Азиатского региона. Доклады Исполнительного комитета к Седьмой сессии Конгресса
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Karliuk M. Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 53/LAW/2015.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is an emerging regional organization of economic integration in the post-Soviet space. Following the limited success of previous integration attempts, it seeks to pursue deeper integration, borrowing features from the EU. The EAEU possesses a complex system of elements of an emerging legal order, some of which have distinct similarities with the EU, but others are decisively different. This paper analyses these features in order to find whether the legal changes that accompany the creation of the new entity allow ensuring the effective functioning of the EAEU and whether the respective legal order is autonomous similar to that of the EU. The author argues that the EAEU lags behind the EU in terms of the autonomy of the legal order and in its ability to ensure the effective functioning of the organization. Supranational features are limited, while it relies predominantly on intergovernmental elements with a view to preserve the interests of all Member States.
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Karliuk M. Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2016. No. 69.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has its own judicial body tasked with ensuring the uniform application of EAEU law by member states and institutions. The EAEU Court has a number of important powers; however, it is noteworthy, that such crucial ones as the preliminary ruling procedure and the ability to review actions of member states upon request of the EAEU regulatory body are missing. This paper reviews the missing powers in a search for the reasons behind their removal, and the ensuing ramifications. It also uncovers other limitations of the Eurasian judiciary and its strained relationships with national judiciaries. It is argued, that the EAEU Court will struggle to fulfil its mission without solutions compensating its limited powers.
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Лифшиц А. Л. Литература. Учебно-методический журнал для учителей словесности. 2012. № 5. С. 16-17.
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Урнов М. Ю. В кн.: На пути к экономической свободе: экономика и политика России к концу 1992 г.. М.: ПЭС, 1992. С. 9-22.
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Социальное развитие России: состояние, проблемы, перспективы. Материалы Всероссийской научно-практической конференции
Edited by: Т. П. Хлынина Майкоп: Аякс, 2005.
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Орлов И. Б. В кн.: Национальная идея России: материалы Всероссийской научной конференции, 12 ноября 2010 г., Москва. М.: Научный эксперт, 2010. С. 143-151.
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Тульчинский Г. Л. Философские науки. 2012. № 5. С. 19-25.
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Ядов В. А. В кн.: Россия реформирующаяся. Ежегодник - 2002. М.: Academia, 2002. С. 249-263.
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Yastrebov G. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2016. No. 69.
The aim of this paper is to bridge the gaps in existing accounts of the evolution of intergenerational social mobility in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia. The study makes a potentially valuable contribution to the literature by extending the spectrum of institutional and historical contexts, in which (in)equality of opportunity has been considered so far, and a chance to re-examine existing evidence by using alternative datasets and a slightly different methodology. Following the conventions in the social mobility literature in this study I approach social destinations and social origins in terms of educational and occupational attainments of children and their parents respectively. For empirical part I utilize data from four representative cross-national surveys conducted in Russia in 1994, 2002, 2006 and 2013. To study historical change in the patterns of social mobility I identify four cohorts whose educational and occupational careers unfolded during four different historical periods (two for the Soviet and two for the post-Soviet period). Being informed by several earlier studies on post-socialist countries including earlier research on Russia, I anticipated (1) a trend towards lesser (rather than greater) openness in the late years of the Soviet era, (2) a temporary discontinuity of mobility patterns during the turbulent 1990s and (3) the ‘tightening up’ of social mobility regime in the more stable years of Russia’s post-Soviet history. If any such trend existed, my findings would rather suggest that it was directed towards decreasing intergenerational transmission of educational advantage in the post-Soviet era, rather than the other way around. Also, surprisingly and quite contrary to earlier findings and theoretical considerations, the changes in the pattern of occupational mobility remained surprisingly invariant to the changes in historical and institutional context. The paper concludes with highlighting some of the remaining puzzles and possible directions for future research.
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