2021 ASEEES Conference
ASEEES (Association for Slavic, East European, & Eurasian Studies) Virtual Convention was held in New Orleans, LA on November 18-21 and online on December 1-3. The theme this year was “Diversity, Intersectionality, Interdisciplinarity”, several ISCID team members took part in the event.
The ISCID team members gave the following papers:
- Noah Buckley “A Watched Pot Boiling: Protest Sentiment and Street Action in Authoritarian Russia”
- Guzel Garifullina “Promotion and Ambition in Authoritarian Bureaucracy: Incentives for Innovation and Change at Subnational Level”
- Ekaterina Borisova, Timothy M. Frye, Koen Schoors, Vladimir Zabolotskiy “Regulation and Distrust during the COVID-19: Evidence from Russia”
- Denis Ivanov, and Alexei Zakharov “Paternalism, Fake News, and Support for Censorship in the Context of COVID-19”
- Israel Marques, Valeria Babayan, Kirill Chmel, Dina Rosenberg, Aleksey Turobov "Privacy versus Security in Trying Times: Evidence from Russian Public Opinion"