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Full name: Abel Polese
Date of birth: 1976-06-17
Phone: 00 353 1 700 7191
Email: abel.polese@tlu.ee

Career


Institutions and positions

  • 01.01.2017 – Tallinn Law School, Senior Researcher (0,50)
  • 01.09.2015 – Tallinn University, School of Governance, Law and Society, Senior Researcher (0,50)
  • 01.09.2013–31.12.2016    Tallinn University of Technology , School of Business and Governance, Department of International Relations, Chair of International Relations and Political Science, Senior Researcher (0,50)
  • 01.09.2013–31.08.2015 Tallinn University, Institute of Political Science and Governance, Senior Researcher (0,50)
  • 01.01.2012–31.12.2013 European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, Policy Analyst
  • 2011–2012  Tallinn University, Institute of Political Science and Governance, ERMOS postdoctoral fellow (1,00)
  • 01.01.2008–31.12.2011 University of Edinburgh, Marie Curie Fellow
  • 01.01.2006–31.12.2008 Dresden Technical University, Marie Curie Fellow
  • 01.01.2004–31.12.2006 International Christian University, Research Fellow
  • 01.01.2003–31.12.2004 Open Society Institute/Odessa National University, Visiting Fellow
  • 01.01.2002–31.12.2003 Academy of Public Administration of the President of Ukraine, Research Fellow
  • 01.01.2000–31.12.2001 University of Napoli Federico II, Teaching Assistant

Education


2004–2004   Certificate, Peace and Reconciliation Studies, Coventry University

2004–2009   PhD, Social and Political Sciences, Free University of Brussels

2001–2002   MA European Studies, College of Europe

1995–2000   BA Economics, University of Napoli Federico II

Qualifications


Academic degrees     Abel Polese, Doctor's Degree, 2009, (sup) Mariane Mesnil, Dynamics of Nation Building and Identity Construction: a Case Study of Odessa, Free University of Brussels.

Honours & awards    2015, Abel Polese,

                                    2011, Abel Polese, Global Education Award, Council of Europe

                                    2011, Abel Polese, Scottish Crucible

Fields of research      ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.12. Economics; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: S195 Development cooperation; SPECIFICATION: Governance, Informal Governance, Informal Economies, Development Studies, Post-Soviet Studies, Postsocialism, South-East Asia

Completed projects


  • VFP15003  "Around the Caspian: a Doctoral Training for Future Experts in Development and Cooperation with Focus on the Caspian Region (1.01.2015−31.12.2018)", Abel Polese, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Majandusteaduskond, Rahvusvaheliste suhete instituut, Euroopa uuringute õppetool.
  • LMIN16092  "Digital Single Market as a Key element in EU-oriented Georgian Higher Education (1.09.2016−31.08.2018)", Archil Chochia, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Sotsiaalteaduskond, Õiguse instituut, Jean Monnet Euroopa õiguse õppetool.
  • TAU/1813  "PSDEV - Imagining Development: A multidisciplinary and multilevel analysis of development policies and their effect in the post-socialist world (1.06.2013−1.09.2017)", Abel Polese, Tallinna Ülikool, Riigiteaduste Instituut.
  • TÕA113  "Post-Soviet Tensions: A Training Programme in Post-Soviet Affairs for Early Career Researchers (1.05.2013−30.04.2017)", Abel Polese, Tallinna Ülikool, Tallinna Ülikool, Riigiteaduste Instituut.
  • AU/3512  "TRANSFOR - Transition versus Transformation: comparing paths to democratic change in the former USSR using case study based evidence from civil society, international aid and domestic politics (1.04.2012−31.03.2016)", Abel Polese, Tallinna Ülikool, Tallinna Ülikool, Riigiteaduste Instituut.
  • AU/3312  "Developing IUT project application "Policy and politics learning as mechanism for governance: comparing regional perspectives" (12.03.2012−31.12.2012)", Abel Polese, Tallinna Ülikool, Riigiteaduste Instituut.
  • ERMOS81  "Civil society and Democracy in the former USSR: Exploring Democratic and Authoritarian responses to Sociopolitical Transformations using Case Study based Evidence from Russia, Moldova and Kyrgyzstan (1.11.2011−31.08.2012)", Abel Polese, Tallinna Ülikool, Tallinna Ülikool, Riigiteaduste Instituut.

Dissertations under supervision


  • Emilia Pawlusz, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese, In search for collective identity. The production of Estonianness by means of choral singing in contemporary Estonia, Tallina Ulikool.
  • Liga Rudzite, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese; GÜL BERNA ÖZCAN, Business around the Caspian: Between Investors, Donors and Challenges of Development, Tallinn University of Technology School of Business and Governance, Department of Law.
  • Olena Levenets, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese, Welfare, Poverty and Inequality in Central Asia and the Caucasus: An Exploration of Informal Payments in the Health Sector, Tallinn University of Technology School of Business and Governance, Department of Law.
  • Arzu Sheranova, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese, Kazakh and Kyrgyz Nomad Identities, Tallinn University of Technology.
  • Gian Marco Moise, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese, Oil revenues and informality in Kazakhstan, Tallinn University of Technology School of Business and Governance, Department of Law.
  • Roberto Chestnutt, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese, Democracy 2.0 in Central Asia, Tallinn University of Technology.
  • Shugyla Kilybayeva, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese, NGO and protests in Kazakhstan, Tallinn University, School of Governance, Law and Society.
  • kuralai Isaeva, Phd student, (sup) Abel Polese, Freelancers in Kazakhstan, Tallinn University, School of Governance, Law and Society.

Publications


Category Year Publication
1.1.
2019 Polese, A; Seliverstova, O (2019). Luxury consumption as identity markers in Tallinn: A study of Russian and Estonian everyday identity construction through consumer citizenship. Journal of Consumer Culture [forthcoming].
2.1.
2019 Polese, A. (2019). The SCOPUS diaries and the (il)logics of academic survival A short guide to design your own strategy and survive bibliometrics, conferences and unreal expectations in academia. Columbia University Press.
2.1.
2019 Polese, A.: Russo, A.; Strazzari F. (Eds.) (2019). Governance Beyond The Law: The Immoral, The Illegal, The Criminal. Palgrave.
2.1.
2019 Polese, A.: Hanau Santini, R. (Eds.) (2019). Rethinking Statehood in the Middle East and North Africa: Security, Sovereignty and New Political Orders. Routledge.
3.1.
2017 Polese, A.; Williams, C.; Horodnic, I.; Bejakovic, P. (2017). Informal Economies as Varieties of Governance. In: Polese. A.; Williams, C.; Horodnic, I. A.; Bejakovic, P. ( (_EditorsAbbr). The Informal Economy in Global Perspective: Varieties of Governance (1−14). Palgrave Macmillan. (International Political Economy Series).10.1007/978-3-319-40931-3.
3.1.
2017 Horodnic, I. A.; Williams, C.; Polese, A.; Zait, A.; Oprea, L. (2017). Exploring the Practice of Making Informal Payments in the Health Sector: Some Lessons from Greece. In: Polese. A.; Williams, C.; Horodnic, I. A.; Bejakovic, P. (_EditorsAbbr). The Informal Economy in Global Perspective: Varieties of Governance (157−172). Palgrave Macmillan. (International Political Economy Series).10.1007/978-3-319-40931-3_9.
4.1.
2017 Polese, A; Williams, C.; Horodnic, I.; Bejakovic, P. (Eds.) (2017). The Informal Economy in Global Perspective: Varieties of Governance. Palgrave Macmillan.10.1007/978-3-319-40931-3.
1.1.
2016 Polese, A.; Kovacs, B.; Jancsics, D. (2016). Practici informale nocive sau inofensive? „În pofida” și „dincolo de” stat: cazul Ungariei și României. Studia Politica, 16 (2), 219−242.
1.1.
2016 Polese, A.; J. Morris; B. Kovacs (2016). “States” of informality in post-socialist Europe (and beyond). Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 24 (3), 181−190.
1.1.
2016 Urinboev, R; Polese, A. (2016). Informality currencies: a tale of Misha, his brigada and informal practices among Uzbek labour migrants in Russia. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 24 (3), 191−206.
2.1.
2016 Polese, A. (2016). Limits of a Post-Soviet State How Informality Replaces, Renegotiates, and Reshapes Governance in Contemporary Ukraine. Columbia University Press.
3.1.
2016 Isaacs, R.; Polese, A. (2016). Introduction: Nation-Building in the Post-Soviet Space Old: New and Changing Tools. In: R. Isaacs, A. Polese (_EditorsAbbr). Nation-Building and Identity in the Post-Soviet Space: New Tools and Approaches (1−21). Routledge. (Post-Soviet Politics).
3.1.
2016 Horak, S; Polese, A. (2016). Personality Cults and Nation-Building in Turkmenistan. In: Rico Isaacs; Abel Polese (_EditorsAbbr). Nation Building in the Former USSR: New Tools and Approaches (x−xx). Routledge.
3.2.
2016 Polese, A (2016). Corruption State Trust and Informality in Ukraine. In: Addressing Security Risks at the Ukrainian Border Through Best Practices on Good Governance (x−xx). IOS Press.
4.1.
2016 Isaacs, R.; Polese, A. (Eds.) (2016). Nation Building and Identity in the Post-Soviet Space: New Tools and Approaches. Ashgate Publishing.
4.1.
2016 Polese, A.; Kevlihan, R.; OBeachain, D. (Eds.) (2016). Hybrid War in Post-Soviet Spaces (Special issue of a Small Wars & Insurgencies, vol. 27(3)). In: .
4.1.
2016 Williams, C; Rodgers, P; Polese, A (2016). International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business: Special Issue: Tackling Enterprise in the Informal Economy. Interscience Enterprices Ltd.
6.8.
2016 Williams, C; Rodgers, P; Polese, A (2016). Introduction: Tackling Enterprise in the Informal Economy. International Journal Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 28 (2/3), 139−153.10.1504/IJESB.2016.076637.
6.8.
2016 Polese, A (2016). Services, Modes of Governance and the State. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 8 (1), 1−2.
6.8.
2016 Isaacs, R; Polese, A (2016). Conclusion: Reimagining or Imagined Nation Building. In: Rico Isaacs; Abel Polese (_EditorsAbbr). Nation Building in the Former USSR: New Tools and Approaches (210). Routledge.
1.2.
2015 Polese, Abel (2015). Informality crusades: why informal practices are stigmatized, fought and allowed in different contexts according to an apparently unintelligible logic. Caucasus Social Science Review, 2 (1), 1−26.
1.2.
2015 Polese, A (2015). A turn for constructivist human security research? EthnoGeoPolitics, 3 (3), 93−96.
1.3.
2015 Davies, T.; Polese, A. (2015). Informalidad y supervivencia en Chernobyl: etnografía de un espacio nuclear. methaodos. revista de ciencias sociales, 3, 221−238.
3.1.
2015 Polese, Abel; Morris, Jeremy (2015). Quo Vadis Informality. In: Informal Economies in Post-Socialist Spaces: Practices, Institutions, Networks (301−315). Palgrave Macmillan.
3.1.
2015 Polese, Abel; Morris, Jeremy (2015). My name is legion. The Resilience and Endurance of Informality Beyond, or in Spite of, the State. In: Informal Economies in Post-Socialist Spaces: Practices, Institutions, Networks (1−27). Palgrave Macmillan.
4.1.
2015 Morris, J.; Polese, A. (Eds.) (2015). Informal Economies in Post-Socialist Spaces: Practices, Institutions and Networks. Palgrave Macmillan.10.1057/9781137483072.
1.1.
2014 Polese, A (2014). Informal Payments in Ukrainian Hospitals: on the Boundary Between Informal Payments, Gifts and Bribes. Anthropological Forum, 24 (4), 381−395.
1.1.
2014 Polese, Abel; Morris, Jeremy, Borbola, Kovacs; Harboe, Ida (2014). Welfare States' in Central and Eastern Europe: Where Informality fits in? Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 22 (2), 184−198.10.1080/14782804.2014.902368.
1.1.
2014 Polese, A (2014). Individual and state morality: what if they do not overlap. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 6 (1), 1−2.
1.3.
2014 Polese, A. (2014). Крестовые походы на неформальность: почему в разных случаях, руководствуясь предположительно непонятной логикой, неформальные практики клеймят, пресекают или разрешают. ПОЛІТОЛОГІЯ СОЦІОЛОГІЯ ПРАВО, 13.
3.1.
2014 Morris, Jeremy; Polese, Abel (2014). Introduction: Informality – Enduring Practices, Entwined Livelihoods. In: Jeremy Morris and Abel Polese (_EditorsAbbr). The Informal Post-Socialist Economy: Embedded Practices and Livelihoods (12).. London and New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Ltd.
3.1.
2014 Polese, Abel (2014). Drinking with Vova: a Ukrainian Entrepreneur between Informality and Illegality. In: The Informal Post-Socialist Economy: Embedded Practices and Livelihoods (85−101).. London and New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Ltd.
3.2.
2014 Polese, Abel (2014). Patterns of identity formation in the post-Soviet space: Odessa as a case study. In: Gonul Pultar (_EditorsAbbr). Imagining Identities: Identity Formation in the Age of Globalization (175−194). Syracuse University Press.
4.1.
2014 Morris, Jeremy; Polese, Abel (2014). The Post-Socialist Informal Economy. Routledge.
1.1.
2013 Polese, Abel; Prigarin, Aleksandr (2013). On the persistence of bazaars in the newly capitalist world: reflections from Odessa. The Anthropology of East Europe Review, 110−136.
1.1.
2013 Polese, A (2013). Political Transformations, Endogenous Factors and Non-Political Actors. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 5 (1), 1.
1.2.
2013 (2013). Grazhdanskaya kampaniya “PORA” na Ukraine: Chetyre voprosa o roli grazhdanskogo obshchestva v period tsvetnikh revolutsii. Политическая наука, 211−231.
1.2.
2013 (2013). The Role of Civil Society in the Colour Revolutions: A Case-Study of PORA in Ukraine. Contemporary Central Asia, XVII (1), 1−19.
1.2.
2013 (2013). Ucrânia: a construção nacional entre o real e o imaginário. e-cadernos, 19, 153−180.
1.2.
2013
Polese, Abel (2013). The Socio-economic Function of Borders, Evidence from EU Neighbourhood Countries. Eurolimes, 16, 22.
3.1.
2013 Polese, Abel (2013). The Ambiguity and Functions of Informality: Some Notes from the Odessa-Chisinau Route. In: C. Giordano and N. Hayoz (_EditorsAbbr). Informality in Eastern Europe: Structures, Political Cultures and Social Practices (415−432).. Bern: P. Lang. (Interdisciplinary studies on Central and Eastern Europe; 11).
3.1.
2013 Companjen, F; Polese, A (2013). Subtle Line between Self-defence and War: South Ossetia 2008. In: Conflict and Peace in Eurasia (88−102).. Routledge. (3).
1.1.
2012 Polese, Abel (2012). Russia, the US and 101 Things to do to Win a Colour Revolution. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 39−53.
3.1.
2012 OBeachain, D; Polese, A (2012). Rocking the Vote': New Forms of Youth Organization in Post-Communist Spaces. Walker, C. and S. Stephenson. Youth and Social Change in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (120−x).. Routledge.
3.1.
2012
Polese, A. (2012). Who has the right to forbid and who to trade? Making sense of illegality on the Polish-Ukrainian border. In: B. Bruns and J. Miggelbring (_EditorsAbbr). Subverting Borders. Doing Research on Smuggling and Small-Scale Trade. (21−38).. Springer.10.1007/978-3-531-93273-6_2.
1.1.
2011 Polese, Abel; Rodgers, Peter (2011). Surviving Post-Socialism: The Role of Informal Economic Practices. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31, 612−618.10.1108/01443331111177896.
1.1.
2011 Polese, Abel (2011). Language and identity in Ukraine: was it really nation building. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 121.
1.1.
2011 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2011). The Color Revolution Virus and Authoritarian Antidotes : Political Protest and Regime Counterattacks in Post-Communist Spaces. Demokratizatsiya: the Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, 111−132.
1.2.
2011 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2011). What Happened to the Colour Revolutions? Authoritarian Responses from Former Soviet Spaces. Journal of International and Area Studies, 31−51.
1.3.
2011 Polese, A. (2011). Dichotomies between citizenship and nationality: reflections from the Ukrainian nation building experience. Politické Védy, 48−63.
3.2.
2011 A Polese, O Seliverstova (2011). Ucraina, fiabe senza frontiere. Raccontami una storia. Fiabe, leggende e miti nella memoria dei popoli (443).. Franco Angeli.
3.2.
2011 Polese, A. (2011). Ukraine : la construction d'une identite nationale entre le réel et l’imaginaire. Gilles Rouet. Nations, Cultures et Entreprises en Europe (145−163).. L'Harmattan.
4.1.
2011 Polese, Abel; Rodgers, Peter (2011). Surviving Post-socialism. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
6.3.
2011 Polese, A. (2011). Cosa muove le rivoluzioni colorate? East - Europe Asia Strategies, 1.
1.1
2010 Polese, A (2010). The formal and the informal: Exploring ‘Ukrainian’ Education in Ukraine, Scenes from Odessa. Comparative Education, 45−62.10.1080/03050060903538673.
1.1.
2010 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2010). Rocking the Vote': New Forms of Youth Organization in Post-Communist Spaces. Journal of Youth Studies, 1−16.
1.3.
2010 (2010). Issledovanie razlichnoy prirody nezakonnikh tranzaktsii v Ukraine. Sotsiologiya: teoriya, metody, marketing, 52−70.
3.1.
2010 Polese, Abel (2010). Ukraine 2004: Informal Networks, Transformation of Social Capital and Coloured Revolutions. In: D. Lane and S. White (_EditorsAbbr). Rethinking Colour Revolutions (232).. Routledge.
3.1.
2010 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2010). Conclusion. In: The Colour Revolutions in the Former Soviet Union: Successes and Failures (240).. Routledge.
3.1.
2010 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2010). What's in a Colour? In: OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (_EditorsAbbr). The Colour Revolutions in the Former Soviet Union: Successes and Failures (12).. Routledge.
4.1.
2010 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2010). The Colour Revolutions in the Former Soviet Union: Successes and Failures. Routledge.
1.1.
2009 (2009). The Guest at the Dining Table: Economic Transition and the Reshaping of Hospitality, Reflections from Batumi and Odessa. The Anthropology of East Europe Review, 65−77.
1.1.
2009 (2009). Ukraine 2004: Informal Networks, Transformation of Social Capital and Coloured Revolutions. The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 255−277.
1.2.
2009 (2009). Une version alternative de la «révolution orange»: transformations identitaires et «nation building spontané. Socio-logos, 4, 1.
3.1.
2009 (2009). Ukraine. In: The International Encyclopaedia of revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present (512).. Blackwell Publishers.
3.1.
2009 (2009). Gene Sharp. In: The International Encyclopaedia of revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present (322).. Blackwell Publishers.
3.1.
2009 Firouz, Oma; Polese, Abel (2009). Etienne de la Boetie. In: The International Encyclopaedia of revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present (432).. Blackwell Publishers.
3.1.
2009 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2009). Coloured Revolutions. In: The International Encyclopaedia of revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present (320).. Blackwell Publishers.
1.1.
2008 (2008). If I Receive it, it is a Gift; if I Demand it, then it is a Bribe’ on the Local Meaning of Economic Transactions in Post-soviet Ukraine. Anthropology in Action, 47−60.
1.1.
2008 Polese, Abel; Wylegala, Anna (2008). Odessa and Lvov or Odesa and Lviv: How Important is a Letter? Reflections on the “Other” in Two Ukrainian Cities. Nationalities Papers, 787−814.
1.2.
2008 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2008). Einfuhrung. Totalitarismus und Demokratie, 11.
3.1.
2008 (2008). Ukraine 1991-2006: Where are all the Communists Gone? In: Uwe Backes and Patrick Moreau (_EditorsAbbr). Communist Parties in Eastern Europe after 1989 (256−280).. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
4.1.
2008 Backes, Uwe; Jaskulowski, Tytus; Polese, Abel (2008). Totalitarismus und Transformation - Defizite der Demokratiekonsolidierung in Mittel- und Osteuropa. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
1.2
2007 (2007). Can Free Elections Secure Democratic Consolidation? An Analysis of Ukraine in 2006. Totalitarismus und Demokratie, 119−149.
1.2.
2007 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2007). American Boots and Russian Vodka: External Factors on Coloured Revolutions in Georgia, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan. Totalitarismus und Demokratie, 87−114.
3.2.
2007 (2007). Determinants of Ukrainian Political Orientation: Dynamics of Peoples’ Response to “Ukrainization” Policies in the Odessa Region and Effects on Domestic and Foreign Policies. In: A. Jurkowska, K. Kosior (_EditorsAbbr). Beyond the borders. Ukraine and European Neighbourhood Policy (268−277).. Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego.
4.1.
2007 OBeachain, Donnacha; Polese, Abel (2007). Coloured Revolutions in Eurasia 1998-2005. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
6.1.
2007 (2007). Tanzania. In: The Encyclopedia of the Cold War A Political, Social, and Military History (997).. ABC Clio Press.
6.1.
2007 (2007). Sudan. In: The Encyclopedia of the Cold War A Political, Social, and Military History (789).. ABC Clio Press.
6.1.
2007 (2007). Eritrea. In: The Encyclopedia of the Cold War A Political, Social, and Military History (445).. ABC Clio Press.
6.1.
2007 (2007). Karelia. In: The Encyclopedia of the Cold War A Political, Social, and Military History (542).. ABC Clio Press.
6.1.
2007 (2007). Basque Separatism. In: The Encyclopedia of the Cold War A Political, Social, and Military History (123).. ABC Clio Press.
6.1.
2007 (2007). Nationalism. In: The Encyclopedia of the Cold War A Political, Social, and Military History (322).. ABC Clio Press.
1.1.
2006 (2006). Border Crossing as a Daily Strategy of Post Soviet Survival: the Odessa-Chisinau Elektrichka. The Anthropology of East Europe Review, 28−37.
1.3.
2006 (2006). La corrente attitudine verso l’ecologia in Ucraina: il campo di lavoro “Futurum” in Crimea. Gazzetta Ambiente, 49−65.
3.2.
2006 (2006). The Good Samaritan. In: Man of the Global South: a Reader (111).. Zed Books.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Estonia 900. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del ‘900 (674).. Motta.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Turchia. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del ‘900 (787).. Motta.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Lettonia. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del ‘900 (656).. Motta.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Georgia. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del ‘900 (567).. Motta.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Finlandia. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del ‘900 (456).. Motta.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Bielorussia. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del ‘900 (324).. Motta.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Azerbaijan. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del ‘900 (222).. Motta.
6.1.
2006 (2006). Armenia. Umberto Eco. Enciclopedia del '900 (1).. Motta.
6.3.
2006 (2006). Paying for a Free Education.
6.3.
2004 (2004). Ukraine: the Future is Orange?
4.1.
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