Maxim Ananyev

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Political Science

Los Angeles, CA

United States

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Effect of Income on Trust: Evidence from the 2009 Crisis in Russia

Number of pages: 71 Posted: 24 Dec 2014 Last Revised: 09 Dec 2016
Maxim Ananyev and Sergei M. Guriev
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Political Science and Sciences Po
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social capital, trust, business cycle

Effect of Income on Trust: Evidence from the 2009 Crisis in Russia

CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP10354
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 23 Jan 2015
Maxim Ananyev and Sergei M. Guriev
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Political Science and Sciences Po
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crisis, social capital, trust

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Effect of Income on Trust: Evidence from the 2009 Economic Crisis in Russia

EBRD Working Paper No. 209
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 13 Mar 2018
Maxim Ananyev and Sergei M. Guriev
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Political Science and Sciences Po
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Economic crisis, regional income, social trust

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Information and Communication Technologies, Protests, and Censorship

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 02 Jun 2017 Last Revised: 08 Jun 2017
Maxim Ananyev, Galina Zudenkova and Maria Petrova
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Political Science, University of Mannheim and Institute for Political Economy and Governance, Barcelona
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censorship, ICTs, revolution, regime change, global games, DDoS

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Information Acquisition and Projecting Invincibility in Authoritarian Elections

Number of pages: 56 Posted: 08 Jan 2016 Last Revised: 17 May 2018
Maxim Ananyev and Michael Poyker
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Political Science and UCLA Anderson School of Management
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Autocracy, Elections, Electoral Fraud