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One addition (which Prof Mayorova may have missed when Mr Koku suggested
it): Vicente Espinoza's article in Wellman, ed., _Networks in the Global
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On Mon, 3 Feb 2003, Olga Mayorova wrote:
> Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 04:19:43 -0700
> From: Olga Mayorova <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: transition and personal networks
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> And thank you all very much for your help in collecting references on the
> Here is the list of references that were sent to me.
> Alena Ledeneva "The subversion of democracy in Russia: an informal practice
> perspective" in Harter, S. and Easter, G. (eds.) 'Shaping the Economic Space
> in Russia'. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2000
> Alena Ledeneva 'Economic Crime in Russia'. Kluwer Law International, 2000.
> Co-edited with M. Kurkchiyan.
> Alena Ledeneva 'Bribery and Blat in Russia'. Macmillan, 2000. Co-edited with
> S. Lovell and A. Rogatchevsii.
> Alena Ledeneva, Gerald Easter's and others' articles in Klaus Segbers (ed.)
> 'Explaining Post-Soviet Patchworks, Volume 2. Pathways form the past to the
> global.' Ashgate 2001 - see also the two other volumes of the series)
> Alena Ledeneva. 'Russia's Economy of Favours: Blat, Networking and Informal
> Exchange'. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
> Barry Wellman's and Endre Sik's article in 'Networks in the global village'
> (Westview Press, 1999)
> Beate Volker & Henk Flap, The Liability of Weak ties in Communist
> societies. The Case of the Former GDR. Rationality and Society 2001, 13 (4)
> Beate Volker. 1995. Should auld acquaintances be forgot...? The Institutions
> of Communism, the Transition to Capitalism and Personal Networks: the Case
> of the GDR. Thela Thesis Publisher Amsterdam
> Bian, Yanjie. 1997. "Bringing Strong Ties Back In: Indirect Ties, Bridges,
> and Job Search in China." American Sociological Review 62:366-385.
> Clarke, Simon. 1999. The Formation of a Labour Market in Russia. Cheltenham,
> UK, Narthampton MA, USA: Edward Elgar.
> Guseva Alya and Akos Rona-Tas. 2001. 'Managing Uncertainty in Russian and
> American Credit Card Markets.' American Sociological Review 66(5):623-646.
> Kleit, Rachel Garshick. 2002. Job Search Strategies and Networks in
> Scattered-Site Public Housing. Housing Studies 17(1):83-100.
> Lisa Keister on organizational ties -- on organizational networks during
> the Chinese transition.
> Lonkila, Markku (1997): 'Informal Exchange Relations in Post-Soviet Russia:
> A Comparative Perspective'. Sociological Research Online, vol. 2, no. 2.
> Lonkila, Markku (1999): Social Networks in Post-Soviet Russia. Continuity
> and Change in the Everyday Life of St. Petersburg Teachers Helsinki:Kikimora
> Publications. http://ethesis.helsinki.fi/julkaisut/val/sosio/vk/lonkila/
> Lonkila, Markku: 'Russia: A Society of Networks?' In Markku Kangaspuro (ed.)
> Russia: More different than most. Helsinki: Kikimora publications, 2000.
> Mark Granovetter. 1995. "Getting a Job," which includes an afterword w/an
> extensive bibliography current to the mid-1990s.
> Mizruchi, Mark S. and Linda Brewster Stearns. 2001. "Getting Deals Done: The
> Use of Social Networks in Bank Decision-Making." American Sociological
> Review 66:647-671.
> Tamara Hareven's work on Amoskeag takes a historical look at the use of
> personal networks for job search in the context of chain migration for
> Canadian mill-workers in New England.
> Yakubovich, Valeri, Richard Rose etc. prior to 2000.
> Yakubovich, Valery
> Yakubovich, Valery B. and Irina Kozina. 2000. 'The Changing Significance of
> Ties.' International Sociology 15(3): 479-500.
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