This project reconstructs the trajectories and outcomes of government reforms in Armenia, Georgia and Moldova as interactions between traditions of governing, reform discourses, foreign ideas, and the institutional policies of domestic political actors.
A multi-disciplinary research network studying post-Soviet states.
A comparative research initiative with colleagues from Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Prague and Zagreb.
The EaP Index evaluates the linkages and institutional similarity between the European Union system and Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
The project examines why and how ruling political elites co-opt private business actors through patronage and consultation.
How do political elites in Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia refer to the experience of EU integration in their efforts to build a Eurasian Economic Union?
Transformation Index (2003-)
The Transformation Index is a bi-annual expert survey that examines and assesses how 129 developing and postsocialist countries manage reforms aimed at democracy and a market economy.
The Sustainable Governance Indicators are a dataset designed to assess the policy performance, democratic quality and executive governance in 41 OECD and EU countries.