Civil Society, Democratisation, Media

  • Birch, S., ‘Nomenklatura, democratisation, electoral clientelism and party formation in post-Soviet Ukraine’, Democratization, vol.4, no.4 (Winter 1997), pp.40-62.
  • Aberg, Martin, Sandberg, Mikael, Bende-Nabende, Anthony, Social Capital and Democratisation. Roots of Trust in Post-Communist Poland and Ukraine (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003).
  • Aslund, Anders, ‘The Economic Policy of Ukraine after the Orange Revolution’, Eurasian Geography and Economics, vol.46, no.1 (July-August 2005), pp.327-353.
  • Baziv, Vasyl: Editor of ‘Za vilnu Ukrainu’, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.11 (15 March 1991), pp.17-20,
  • D'Anieri, Paul, ‘Democracy Unfulfilled. The Establishment of Electoral Authoritarianism in Ukraine’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.13-36.
  • D’Anieri, P., Understanding Ukrainian Politics: Power, Politics, and Institutional Design (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2007).
  • D’Anieri, P., ‘What Has Changed in Ukrainian Politics? Assessing the Implications of the ‘Orange Revolution,’’ Problems of Post-Communism, vol.52, no.5 (September-October 2005), pp. 82-91.
  • D’Anieri, P., ‘Leonid Kuchma and the Personalization of the Ukrainian Presidency,’ Problems of Post-Communism, vol.50 , no.5(September-October 2003), pp.58-65.
  • Darden, Keith, ‘Blackmail as a Tool of State Domination: Ukraine Under Kuchma’, Eastern European Constitutional Review, vol.10, nos.2-3 (Spring-Summer 2001), pp.67-71.
  • Davis, Sue, Trade Unions in Russia and Ukraine, 1985-95 (St. Martin's Press, 2001).
  • Dowley, Kathleen M. and Silver, Brian D., 'Social Capital, Ethnicity and Support for Democracy in the Post-Communist States', Europe-Asia Studies, vol.54, no.4 (June 2002), pp. 505-528.
  • Dyczok, Marta, ‘Breaking Through the Information Blockade: Election and Revolution in Ukraine 2004,’ Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes, vol. XLVII, nos. 3-4 (September-December 2005), pp.241-268.
  • Dyczok, Marta, ‘The Politics of Media in Ukraine: Election 2002,’ in Nicolas Hayoz and Andrej N. Lushnycky (eds.) Ukraine at a Crossroads (Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe. Vol. 1 Edited by Rolf Fieguth and Nicolas Hayoz. Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang, 2005), pp.63-100.
  • Dyczok, Marta, ‘Was Kuchma’s Censorship Effective? Mass media in Ukraine before 2004.’ Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 58, no 2 (March 2006), pp. 215-238.
  • Dyczok, Marta, ‘Ukraine’s Media Landscape,’ in Wsevolod W. Isajiw (ed.) Society in Transition: Social Change in Ukraine in Western Perspectives (Toronto: Scholar’s Press, 2003), pp.283-306.
  • Kubicek, P., 'Civil Society, Trade Unions and Post-Soviet Democratisation: Evidence from Russia and Ukraine', Europe-Asia Studies, vol.54, no.4 (June 2002), pp. 603-624.
  • Ishiyama, John T. and Kennedy, Ryan, ‘Superpresidentialism and Political Party Development in Russia, Ukraine, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.53, no.8 (December 2001), pp.1177-1191.
  • Kubicek, Paul, ‘The Limits of Electoral Democracy in Ukraine’, Democratization, vol.8, no.2 (Summer 2001), pp.117-139.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Belarus and Ukraine: Democracy Building in a Grey Security Zone’, in Zielonka, Jan and Pravda, Alex, eds., Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe. Vol.2: International and Transnational Factors, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), pp.455-484.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukrainian Economic Policy after the Orange Revolution: A Commentary on Aslund’s Analysis’, Eurasian Geography and Economics, vol.xlvi, no.5 (July-August 2005, pp.354-363.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Regime Type and Politics in Ukraine under Kuchma’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.38, no.2 (June 2005), pp.167-190.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Semi-Authoritarianism in Kuchma’s Ukraine’, in Nicolas Hayoz and Andrej N. Lushnycky eds., Ukraine at a Crossroads (Bern: Peter Lang, 2005), pp.33-62.
  • Lapychak, C., ‘Media Independence is Still Alien to Ukraine’s Political Culture’, Transition, vol.1, no.18 (6 October 1995).
  • Nikolayenko, Olena, ‘Press Freedom During the 1994 and 1999 Presidential Elections in Ukraine: A Reverse Wave?’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.56, no.5 (July 2004), pp.661-686.
  • Nivat, Anne, ‘No More Russian Television in Ukraine’, Transition, vol.2, no.24 (29 November 1996).
  • Oates, Sarah, Miller, William L. and Gordeland, Ase, ‘Towards a Soviet Past or a Socialist Future? Understanding Why Voters Choose Communist Parties in Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic’ in Paul G. Lewis (ed.), Party Development and Democratic Change in Post-Communist Europe (London: Frank Cass, 2001), pp.16-31.
  • O’Loughlin, John and Bell, James E., ‘The Political Geography of Civic Engagement in Ukraine’, Party Development and Democratic Change in Post-Communist Europe, vol.40, no.4 (June 1999), pp.233-266.
  • Oosterbaan, Gwynne, ‘Clan Based politics in Ukraine and the Implications for Democratization’ in Micgiel, J.S., ed., Perspectives on Political and Economic Transitions after Communism (New York: Institute on East Central Europe, Columbia University, 1997), pp.213-233.
  • Prisiajniuok, Oxana, ‘The State of Civil Society in Independent Ukraine’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol.20, nos.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1995), pp.161-176.
  • Prizel, Ilya, ‘Ukraine between proto-democracy and "soft" authoritarianism’ in Dawisha, Karen and Parrott, Bruce, eds., Democratic changes and authoritarian reactions in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova (Cambridge: Cambridge Universiy Press, 1997), pp.330-369.
  • Protsyk, Oleh, and Wilson, Andrew, ‘Centre Politics in Russia and Ukraine’, Party Politics, vol.9, no.6 (November 2003), pp.703-727.
  • Protsyk, Oleh and Andrew Wilson, ‘Centre Politics in Russia and Ukraine: Patronage, Power and Virtuality’, Party Politics, vol. 9, no. 6 (December 2003), pp. 703-29.
  • Riabchuk, Mykola, ‘From “Dysfunctional” to “Blackmail” State: Paradoxes of the Post-Soviet Transition’, in Egle Ridzeviciute ed., Contemporary Change in Ukraine. Baltic and East European Studies 5 (Stockholm: Baltic and East European Graduate School, Sodertorns Hogskola, 2006), pp.99-112.
  • Riabchouk, M., ‘Between Civil Society and the New Etatism: Democracy in the Making and State Building in Ukraine’ in Kennedy, Michael D., ed., Envisioning Eastern Europe. Postcommunist Cultural Studies (Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1994), pp. 125-148.
  • Riabchuk, Mykola, ‘A Perilous Way to Freedom: Independent Mass Media in the Blackmail State’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies,, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.93-132.
  • Riabchuk, M., ‘Ukraine: Authoritarianism with a Human Face’, East European Reporter, vol.5, no.6 (November-December 1992).
  • Sabic, Claudia, and Zimmer, Kerstin, 'Ukraine: The Genesis of a Captured State' in Melanie Tatur ed., The Making of Regions in Post-Socialist Europe: The Impact of History, Economic Structure and Institutions. Case Studies from Poland, Hungary, Romania and Ukraine (Wiesbaden: Verlag fur Sozialwissenschaften, 2004), pp.107-130.
  • Sakwa, Richard, ‘Democratic Change in Russia and Ukraine’, Demokratization, vol.1, no.1 (Spring 1994), pp.41-72.
  • Simon, Rick, 'Labour and Political Transformation in Russia and Ukraine', (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2001).
  • Stepanenko, Victor, ‘Civil Society in Post-Soviet Ukraine: Civic Ethos in the Framework of Corrupted Sociality?’, East European Politics and Society, vol.20, no.4 (November 2006), pp.571-597.
  • Way, Lucan, A., ‘The Sources and Dynamics of Competitive Authoritarianism in Ukraine’, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.20, no.1 (March 2004), pp.143-161.
  • Way, Lucan A., ‘Authoritarian State-Building and the Sources of Political Liberalization in the Western Former Soviet Union, 1992-2004’, World Politics, vol. 57, no. 2 (January 2005), pp.231-261.
  • Way, Lucan A., ‘Rapacious individualism and competitive authoritarianism in Ukraine, 1992-2004’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.38, no.2 (June 2005), pp.191-206.
  • Way, Lucan A., ‘Kuchma’s Failed Authoritarianism’, Journal of Democracy, vol.16, no.2 (April 2005), pp.131-145.
  • Wilson, Andrew, ‘Ukraine's New Virtual Politics’, East European Constitutional Review, vol.10, nos.2-3 (Spring-Summer 2001), pp.60-66.
  • Wise, C. R. and Brown, T. L., ‘The Consolidation of Democracy in Ukraine’, Democratization, vol.5, no.1 (Spring 1998), pp.116-137.
  • Zon, Hans V., ‘Political Culture and Neo-Patrimonialism under Leonid Kuchma’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.52, no.5 (September/October 2005), pp.12-22.
  • Zon V. Hans., 'Neo-Patrimonialism as an Impediment to Economic Development: The Case of Ukraine', Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.17, no.3 (September 2001), pp.71-95.

Communism and the Left

  • Jane Leftwich Curry, Joan Barth Urban, The Left Transformed: The Cases of East-Central Europe, Russia and Ukraine, (Rowman & Littlefield, May 2003).
  • Sochor, Zenovia, 'From Liberalization to Post-Communism: The Role of the Communist Party in Ukraine', Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol.21, nos.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1996), pp.147-164.
  • Solchanyk, Roman, ‘Ukrainian Communist Party on the Offensive’, RL 111/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.10 (8 March 1991).
  • Urban, Joan, 'The Communist Parties of Russia and Ukraine on the Eve of the 1999 Elections: Similarities, Contrasts, and Interaction', Demokratizatsiya, vol.7, no.1 (Winter 1998), pp.111-134.
  • Wilson, A., ‘The Ukrainian Left: In Transition to Social Democracy or Still in Thrall to the USSR?’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.49, no.7 (November 1997), pp.1293-1316.
  • Wilson, A., ‘The Long March of the Ukrainian Left: Backwards Towards Communism, Sideways to Social-Democracy or Forwards to Socialism?’, The Masaryk Journal, vol.3, no.1 (January 2000), pp.122-140.
  • Wilson, A., 'The Communist Party of Ukraine: From Soviet Man to East Slavic Brotherhood', in Jane Leftwich Curry and Joan Barth Urban, eds., The Left Transformed in Post-Communist Societies: The Cases of East-Central Europe, Russia, and Ukraine (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003), pp. 209-43.
  • Wilson, A., ‘Reinventing the Ukrainian Left: Assessing Adaptability and Change’, Slavonic and East European Review, vol.80, no.1 (January 2002), pp.21-59. .

Corruption & Organised Crime

  • Cohen, Ariel, ‘Ukrainian and Russian Organized Crime: A Threat to Emerging Civil Society’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V., Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.285-302.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Organised Crime and Corruption in Ukraine’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.9, no.1 (January 1997).
  • Lapychak, C., ‘Playing the Patronage Game in Ukraine’, Transition, vol.2, no.21 (18 October 1996).
  • Markovskaya, Anna, William Pridemore, Alex William, and Chizu Nakajima, ‘Laws Without Teeth: An Overview of the Problems Associated with Corruption in Ukraine’, Crime, Law and Social Change, Vol. 39, No. 2 (March 2003), pp. 193-213.
  • Miller, William L., Tatyana Koshechkina and Grodeland Ase, ‘How Citizens Cope with Postcommunist Officials: Evidence from Focus Group Discussions in Ukraine and the Czech Republic’, Political Studies, vol.65, no.3 (Special Issue, 1997), pp. 597-625.
  • Pleines, Heiko, ‘Ukraine’s Organized Crime Is an Enduring Soviet Legacy’, Transition, vol.2, no.5 (8 March 1996).
  • Rudd, Jane, ‘Trafficking in Women in Ukraine’, in Wsevolod W. Isajiw ed., Society in Transition. Social Change in Ukraine in Western Perspectives (Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2003), pp.349-400.
  • Shelley, Louise, I. 'Organized Crime and Corruption in Ukraine: Impediments to the Development of a Free Market Economy', Demokratizatsiya, vol.6, no.4 (Fall 1998).
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  • Varfolomeyev, O., ‘Rival ‘Clans’ Mix Business, Politics, and Murder’, Transition, vol.3, no.6 (4 April 1997).
  • Zyla, Roman, ‘Corruption in Ukraine: Between Perceptions and Reality’ in Kuzio, T., D’Anieri, P. and Kravchuk, R.S., eds., State and Institution Building in Ukraine (New York: St.Martin’s Press, 1999),pp.245-268.

Economic Reform 1 (A-I)

  • Akimova, Irina, ‘Marketing Approaches and Organization for Marketing in Ukraine’, Journal for East European Marketing Studies, no.3 (1997), pp.237-258.
  • Akimova, Iryna, and Schwoediauer, Gerhard, Ownership Structure, Corporate Governance and Enterprise Performance: Empirical Results for Ukraine, IER Working Paper No. 21. Resource: http://www.ier.kiev.ua/English/WP/2003/wp2003_eng.cgi.
  • Ash, Timothy N., ‘Land and agricultural reform in Ukraine’ in Wegren, Stephen ed., Land Reform in the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (London and New York: Routledge, 1998), pp.62-86.
  • Aslund, A,. ‘The Trouble with Economic Reforms in Ukraine’ in Kis, T., Makaryk, I., Weretelnyk, R., eds., Towards a New Ukraine II. Meeting the Next Century (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1999), pp.103-120.
  • Aslund, Anders, 'Ukraine's Return to Economic Growth', Post-Soviet Geography and Economics, vol.42, no.5 (2001), pp.313-328.
  • Aslund, A. 'Why Has Ukraine Returned to Economic Growth?', Working Paper No. 15, (Kyiv: Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, 2002), Resource: http://www.ier.kiev.ua/Eng/WPEng.htm.
  • Banaian, King, The Ukrainian Economy Since Independence (London: Edward Elgar, 1999).
  • Banaian, King, 'Ukraine at the Crossroads. Economic Reforms in International Perspective', Economic Systems, no.3, 2001, pp. 275-277.
  • Banaian, King, ‘The Economy of Ukraine after Ten Years The Connection between Delayed Economic Reforms and External Assistance, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.75-92.
  • Bofinger, Peter, Flassbeck, Heiner and Hoffmann, Lutz ‘Orthodox Money-based Stabilization (OMBS) versus Heterodox Exchange Rate-based Stabiization (HERBS): The Case of Russia, the Ukraine and Kazakhstan’, Economic Systems, vol.21 (1997), pp.1-34.
  • Boss, Helen, ‘Ukraine’s First Year of Economic Statehood’ in Hunya, Grabor ed., Economic Transformation in East-Central Europe and the Newly Independent States (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1994), pp.243-275.
  • Boss H. and Havlik, Peter, ‘Slavic (dis)union: consequences for Russia, Belarus and Ukraine’, Economics of Transition, vol.2, no.2 (June 1994), pp.233-254.
  • Boss, H., ‘Economic Reforms on Course Despite Poor Showing in Industry’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.3, nos.10-11 (July-August 1995), pp.5-12.
  • Boss, H., ‘Ukraine: better, but not good enough’ in Podkaminer, Leon et al, eds, Transition Economies: Economic Development in 1995 and Outlook for 1996 and 1997, no. 225 (Vienna: The Vienna Institute for Comparative Economic Studies [WIIW], February 1996), pp.103-110.
  • Buck, Trevor et al, ‘The Process and impact of Privatization in Russia and Ukraine’, Comparative Economic Studies, vol.38, nos.2-3 (1996), pp.45-69.
  • Chandler, A., ‘Social Policy and Political Discourses in Post-Soviet Ukraine’, , Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol.21, nos.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1996), pp. 191-212.
  • Chivkina, Lyudmilla, ‘The Metallurgical Industry’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.3, no.2 (November 1994), pp.5-8.
  • Cornelius, Peter and Lenain, Patrick, eds., Ukraine: Accelerating the Transition to Market (Washington DC: IMF, 1997).
  • Cramon-Taubadel, Stephan von and Akimova, Iryna, Fostering Sustainable Growth in Ukraine (Heidelberg: Physica, 2002).
  • Csaki, Csaba and Zvi, Lerman, ‘Land Reform in Ukraine: Slow Progress’, Society and Economy in Central and Eastern Europe, vol.19, no.4 (1997), pp.46-70.
  • Dabrowski, Marek, ‘The Ukrainian Way to Hyperinflation’, Communist Economies and Economic Transformation, vol.6, no.2 (June 1994), pp.115-137.
  • Drum, Bernard, Mass Privatisation in Ukraine (Washington D.C.: World Bank, May 1994).
  • Egorov, Igor, ‘The Transformation of R&D Potential in Ukraine’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.47, no.4 (June 1995), pp.651-668.
  • Filatotcev, Igor, ‘Privatisation and Industrial Restructuring in Ukraine’, Communist Economies and Economic Transformation, vol.8, no.2 (1996), pp.185-203.
  • Foreign Direct Investment in Ukraine, Working Papers (Paris: OECD, 1997).
  • Frydman, Roman, Rapaczynski, Andrzej and Earle, John S., The Privatization Process in Russia, Ukraine and the Baltic States. CEU Privatization Report, Volume 2 (Prague: Central European University Press, 1993).
  • Frishberg, Alex, ‘Status of Ukrainian Privatization Efforts’, The Ukrainian Legal and Economic Bulletin, vol.3, nos.1-2 (January-February 1995).
  • Frishberg, A., ‘Financial Intermediaries: Trust Companies and Privatisation Certificates’, Ukraine Busness Review, vol.3, nos.13-14 (October-November 1995), pp.11-14.
  • Frishberg, and Partners, ‘1995 - The Year That Privatization Took Off in Ukraine’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.3, no.7 (April 1995), pp.4-13.
  • Galushko, Victoria, Demyanenko, Serhiy, and Bruemmer, Bernhard, Farm Efficiency and Productivity Growth in Ukrainian Agriculture, IER Working Paper No. 20. Resource: http://www.ier.kiev.ua/English/WP/2003/wp2003_eng.cgi.
  • Golovakha, E. and Panina, N., ‘Ukraine’s Population under Conditions of Socio-Economic Crisis. Psychological State and Factors of Survival’ in Segbers, K. and De Spiegeleire, S., eds., Post-Soviet Puzzles. Mapping the Political Economy of the Former Soviet Union, The Emancipation of Society as a Reaction to Systematic Change: Survival, Adaptation to New Rules and Ethnopolitical Conflicts, volume 1V (Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik 1995), pp. 7-22.
  • Gregory, Thomas, ‘The Trembling Hand of Economic Reform’, East European Reporter, vol.5, no.5 (September-October 1992).
  • Gros, Daniel and Gonciarz, Andrzej, ‘Stabilization and Economic Reform in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus’, Transition in Eastern Europe, no.45 (1997), pp.197-217.
  • Hansen, John and Cook, Diana, Economic Growth with Equity: Which Strategy for Ukraine?, World Bank Discussion Papers, DP 408, 2000.
  • Hardt, John P. and Rodkey, Gretchen R. ‘ Global Integration and the Convergence of Interests Among Key Actors in the West, Russia, Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States’ in Kaminski, B., ed., Economic Transition in Russia and the New States of Eurasia, The International Politics of Eurasia, vol. 8 (Armonk, N.Y. M.E.Sharpe, 1996), pp. 357-385.
  • Hare, Paul G., Ishaq, Mohammed and Estrin, Saul, The Legacies of Central Planning and the Transition to a Market Economy: Ukrainian Contradictions, CERT Discussion Paper No.96/18 (Edinburgh: Heriot-Watt University, 1996).
  • Hare, P. and Ishaq, M. and Estrin, S., ‘Ukraine: The Legacies of Central Planning and the Transition to a Market Economy’ in Kuzio, T., ed, Contemporary Ukraine. Dynamics of Post-Soviet Transformation, (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1998), pp.181-200.
  • Havrylyshyn, O., ‘Ukraine’s Economic Crisis: An extreme version of post-soviet trauma’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.2, no.1 (February 1994), pp.5-13.
  • Havrylyshyn, O., Marcus Miller and William Perrandin, ‘Deficits, inflation and the political economy of Ukraine’, Economic Policy, no.19 (December 1994), pp.354-402.
  • Havrylyshyn, O., ‘How Patriarchs and Rent-Seekers Are Hijacking the Transition to a Market Economy’, Perspectives on Contemporary Ukraine, vol.2, no.3 (May-June 1995).
  • Havrylyshyn, O., ‘Ukraine: Looking East, Looking West’, The Harriman Review, vol.10, no.1 (Winter 1997), pp.19-23.
  • Havrylyshyn, O., ‘The Political Economy of Delayed Reform in Ukraine’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V., Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.49-68.
  • Havrylyshyn, Bohdan, ‘Ukraine Recent Past, Current State, Future Prospects’, European Space, Baltic Space, Polish Space, vol.6 (1997), pp.221-234.
  • Havrylyshyn, B., ‘Ukraine 1991-1996: Changes in the Economic System and Structure’ in Kis, Theofil, Makaryk, Irena, Weretelnyk, Roman, eds., Towards a New Ukraine 1. Ukraine and the New World Order, 1991-1996 (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1997), pp.21-28.
  • Hirschlausen, Christian von., Industrial Restructuring in Ukraine: From Socialism to a Planned Economy?, Discussion Paper No.144 (Berlin, November 1996).
  • Hirschlausen, C.von., ‘Industrial Restructuring in Ukraine Seven Years After Independence: From Socialism to a Planning Economy?’, Communist Economies and Economic Transformation, vol.10, no.4 (December 1998), pp.451-466.
  • Hopf, Ted, ‘Making the Future Inevitable: Legitimizing, Naturalizing and Stabilizing. The Transition in Estonia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan’, European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 8, No. 3 (September 2002), pp. 403-36.
  • IEWS Strategy Group on Strengthening Cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe and IEWS-NIS Strategic Forum, The New Ukraine: Radical Economic Change Replaces Political Expediency, Report of the Joint Conference by Jorn Weigelt, Senior Executive Assistant to the Founding President, October 14-16, 1994, Kyiv, Ukraine (Prague and New York: Institute for East-West Studies, 1995).
  • International Labour Office, Central and Eastern European Team, The Ukrainian Challenge. Reforming Labour Market and Social Policy (Budapest: Central European University Press, 1995).
  • ‘Interview with Volodymyr Lanovyi’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.4, nos. 1-2 (December 1995-January 1996), pp.5-9.
  • Ishaq, M., The Ukrainian Economy and the Process of Reform: An Overview, CERT Discussion Paper No.96/16 (Edinburgh: Heriot-Watt University, 1996).
  • Ishaq, M., ‘The Ukrainian Economy and the Process of Reform’, Communist Economies and Economic Transformation, vol.9, no.4 (December 1997), pp.501-517.
  • Ishaq, M., ‘Foreign direct investment in Ukraine since transition’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.32, no.1 (March 1999), pp.91-109.

Economic Reform 2 (J-O)

  • Jones, Colin, ‘The Long Wait for Change: Ukraine’, The Banker, vol.147, no.861 (1997), pp.58-65.
  • Johnson, Simon, The Prospects of Privatization in Ukraine, Research Paper Series, Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union no.12 (Washington D.C.: World Bank, August 1992).
  • Johnson, Simon, McMillan, John and Woodruff, Christopher, 'Entrepreneurs and the Ordering of Institutional Reform: Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Russia, and Ukraine Compared', Economics of Transition, vol.8, no.1 (2000), pp.1-36.
  • Johnson, S. and Ustenko O., ‘Ukraine’ in Wyzan, Michael L. ed., First Steps Toward Economic Independence (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995), pp.50-79.
  • Josephson, Paul and Egorov, Igor, 'Ukraine's Declining Scientific Research Establishment', Problems of Post-Communism, vol.49, no.4 (July-August 2002), pp.43-51.
  • Kaufmann, Daniel, ‘Market Liberalization in Ukraine: To Regain a Lost pillar of Economic Reform’, Transition, vol.5, no.7 (7 September 1994), pp.1-3.
  • Kaufmann, Daniel, 'Why is Ukraine's Economy - and Russia's – Not Growing?', Transition, nos.5-8, April 1997.
  • Kaufman, D., 'Diminishing Returns to Administrative Controls and the Emergence of the Unofficial Economy: A Framework of Analysis and Applications to Ukraine', Economic Policy, no.19, 1995, pp.52-69.
  • Kistersky, Leonid, ‘Economic Reasons for the Political Crisis in Ukraine’, Brown Journal of Foreign Affairs, vol.1, no.1 (Winter 1993-1994), pp.171-176.
  • Kohn, Melvin L. et al., Social Structure and Personality Under Conditions of Radical Change: A Comparative Analysis of Poland and Ukraine’, American Sociological Review, vol.62, no.4 (August 1997), pp. 614-638.
  • Konings, Jozef and Kupets, Olga, Gross Job Flows in Ukraine: Size, Ownership and Trade Effects, William Davidson Working Paper No. 521. Resource: http://www.wdi.bus.umich.edu/research/working_papers.htm.
  • Konings, J., Kupets, O., and Lehmann, Hartmut, Gross Job Flows in Ukraine: Size, Ownership and Trade Effects, WDI Working Paper No. 550. Resource: Resource: http://www.wdi.bus.umich.edu/research/working_papers.htm.
  • Koropeckyj, Ihor S. ed., The Ukrainian Economy. Achievements, Problems, Challenges (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992).
  • Koropeckyj, I.S., ‘Inflation and the Productive Structure in the Ukrainian Economy’, Ukrainian Economic Review, vol.11, no.3 (1996), pp.23-41.
  • Kravchuk, R.S., ‘Budget Deficits, Hyperinflation, and Stabilization in Ukraine, 1991-1996’, Public Budgeting and Finance, vol.18, no.4 (Winter 1998), pp.45-70.
  • Kravchuk, R.S., Ukrainian Political Economy: The First Ten Years (New York: Basingstoke, 2003).
  • Kushnirsky, Fyodr I., ‘Ukraine’s Industrial Enterprise: Surviving Hard Times’, Comparative Economic Studies, vol.36, no.4 (Winter 1994), pp.21-39.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine’s Military Industrial Plan’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.5, no.8 (August 1994).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine’s Arms Exports’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.6, no.2 (February 1994).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘After the shock the therapy’, Transition, vol.1, no.13 (28 July 1995).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Kiev looks to control runaway arms trade’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.11, no.10 (October 1999).
  • Lanovy, Volodymyr, ‘State Property Fund of Ukraine and the Privatisation Process in Ukraine’ in Kis, T., Makaryk, I., Weretelnyk, R., eds., Towards a New Ukraine II. Meeting the Next Century (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1999), pp.129-134.
  • Lapychak, C., ‘Quarrels Over Land Reform’, Transition, vol.1, no.22 (1 December 1995).
  • Lapychak, C., ‘Agricultural Reform in Ukraine’, Transition, vol.1, no.22 (1 December 1995).
  • Lawriwsky, Michael, ‘Privatisation of Ukrainian Industry’ in Pavlyshyn, M. and Clarke, J.E.M. eds., Ukraine in the 1990s. Proceedings of the First Conference of the Ukrainian Studies Association of Australia (Melbourne: Monash University, 1992), pp. 225-244.
  • Lazarenko, Volodymyr and Zvihlianych, V., ‘Labor and Unemployment in the Ukrainian Economy’, Ukrainian Economic Review, vol.11, no.3 (1996), pp.42-52.
  • Legeida, Nina and Sologoub, Dimitry, Modeling Value Added Tax (VAT) Revenues in a Transition Economy: Case of Ukraine, IER Working Paper No. 22. Resource: http://www.ier.kiev.ua/English/WP/2003/wp2003_eng.cgi.
  • Lenain, Patrick, ed., Ukraine: Accelerating the Transition to Market (Washington D.C.: IMF, 1997).
  • Lerman, Zvi and Csaba, Csaski, Ukraine. Review of Farm Restructuring Experiences. World Bank Technical Paper No.459 (Washington DC: World Bank, 2001).
  • Lerman, Zvi, ‘Land Reform and Farm Restructuring in Ukraine’, Problems of Post Communism, vol.46, no.3 (May-June 1999), pp.42-55.
  • Markus, U., ‘New Trends in Trade’, Transition, vol.2, no.16 (9 August 1996).
  • Marples, D., ‘The Ukrainian Economy in the Autumn of 1994: Status Report’, Post-Soviet Geography, vol.35, no.8 (October 1994), pp.484-491.
  • Moroz, Valentyn, ‘Ukrainian Gold: Its Political and Economic Implications’, RL 118/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.11 (15 March 1991).
  • Motyka, Wolodymyr, ‘The Soviet Union’s Legacy of Infrastructure and Its Implications for Ukraine’s Economic Development’ in Pavlyshyn, M. and Clarke, J.E.M., eds., Ukraine in the 1990s. Proceedings of the First Conference of the Ukrainian Studies Association of Australia (Melbourne: Monash University, 1992), pp. 245-260.
  • Nakai, Kazuo, ‘Two Year of Independence: Ukraine’s Crisis after Euphoria’ in Post-Soviet Periphery: Ukraine, Transcaucasus, Central Asia and the Russian Far East (Tokyo: Japan Institute of International Affairs, 1994), pp.33-42.
  • Oksanich, Sergei, ‘Structure of the Ukrainian Securities Market’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.3, nos.13-14 (October-November 1995), pp.24-26.

Economic Reform 3 (P-Z)

  • Paniotto, Vladimir and Shiraev, Eric, ‘Ukraine: Fears and Uncertainty’, in Vladimir Shlapentokh and Eric Shiraev, eds., Fears in Post Communist Societies: A Comparative Perspective (New York: Palgrave, 2002), pp. 67-80.
  • Petrik, Alexander, ‘The Role and Functionning of the Central Bank. Instruments of Credit-Monetary Policy’, Problems of Economic Transition, vol.38, no.11 (March 1996), pp.24-35.
  • Price Waterhouse, Mass Privatisation in Ukraine (Kyiv: Price Waterhouse Policy Development, 1 October 1995).
  • Rhodes, Mark, ‘Divisiveness and Doubt Over Economic Reform’, Transition, vol.1, no.6 (28 April 1995).
  • Riboud, Michelle and Hoaquan, Chu, Pension Reform, Growth, and the Labor Market in Ukraine, Policy Research Working Paper, no.1731 (Washington DC: World Bank, February 1997).
  • Rose, Richard, ‘Adaptation, Resilience, and Destitution. Alternative Responses to Transition in Ukraine’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.42, no.6 (November-December 1995), pp. 52-61.
  • Rose, Richard, ‘Adaptation, Resilience, and Destitution. Alternative Responses to Transition in Ukraine’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.42, no.6 (November-December 1995), pp. 52-61.
  • Rosefielde, Steven, ‘Ukraine’s Economic Recovery Potential to the Year 2000’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol.21, nos.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1996), pp. 165-190.
  • Schay, Alex D., ‘‘New and Improved’ Ukrainian Small-Scale Privatization’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.3, no.7 (April 1995), pp.13-14.
  • Sekarev, A., ‘Ukraine’s Crisis on the Basis of Vague Economic Policy’, Problems of Economic Transition, vol.37, no.9 (1995), pp.40-56.
  • Siedenberg, Axel and Hoffman, Lutz (eds.)., Ukraine at the Crossroads. Economic Reforms in International Perspective (New York: Physica-Verlag, 1999).
  • De Simone, F. Nadal, ‘Ukraine’s New Currency and the Unstable Ruble Currency Area’, Communist Economies & Economic Transformation, vol.6, no.1 (1994), pp.99-112,
  • Shen, Raphael, Ukraine’s Economic Reform. Obstacles, Errors, Lessons (New York: Praeger, 1996).
  • Shen, R., ‘Restructuring Ukraine’s Economic Reform’ in Kis, T., Makaryk, I., Weretelnyk, R., eds., Towards a New Ukraine II. Meeting the Next Century (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1999), pp.121-128.
  • Schnytzer, Adi and Andreyeva, Tatiana, 'Company performance in Ukraine. Is this a market economy?', Economic Systems, no. 2, 2002, pp.83-98,
  • Slay, Ben, ‘An Economy at the Crossroads’, Transition, vol.2, no.23 (15 November 1996).
  • Stebelsky, Ihor, ‘The Promise Unfulfilled: Ukrainian Agriculture in Kuchma’s First Year’, Ukrainian Economic Review, vol.11, no.3 (1996), pp.129-136,
  • Strekal, O., ‘Obstacles for economic and social transformation in Ukraine’, BIOsT Current Analysis, no.38 (April 1995).
  • Szyrmer, Janusz, ‘Foreign Sector in a Transition Economy: Ukraine’s Vicious Circle’, Ukrainian Economic Review, vol.11, no.3 (1996), pp.137-145.
  • Tedstrom, John, ‘Industrial Conversion in Ukraine: Policies and Prospects’, RL 292/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.34 (23 August 1991).
  • Tedstrom, J., ‘Ukraine”s Economy: Strategic Issues for Successful Recovery’ in Kuzio, T., ed., Contemporary Ukraine. Dynamics of Post-Soviet Transformation (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1998), pp.201-218.
  • Terterov, Marat, ed., Doing Business in the Ukraine, Second Edition (London: Kogan Page, 2003).
  • Thiessen, Ulrich, 'Powerless Against the Shadow Economy? The Case of Ukraine', Economic Bulletin (DIW), no. 2, 2002, Available on the Internet
  • Thiessen, Ulrich, ‘The Impact of Fiscal Policy and Deregulation on Shadow Economies in Transition Countries: The Case of Ukraine’, Public Choice, Vol. 114, Nos. 3-4 (March 2003), pp. 295-318.
  • Ukraine: An Economic Profile (Washington D.C.: U.S. Government, 1992).
  • Varfolomeyev, Oleg, ‘Caution is the Key for Ukraine’s Prime Minister’, Transition, vol.3, no.5 (21 March 1997).
  • Romaniuk, Lara A., ‘A Country in Transition: Health Crisis in Ukraine, With a Focus on Tobacco and Alcohol’, in Barbara Wejnert, ed., Transition to Democracy in Eastern Europe and Russia: Impact on Politics, Economy, and Culture (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002).
  • Whitefield, Stephen, 'The Political Economy of Welfare Reform and Poverty Alleviation in Ukraine', Post-Soviet Affairs, vol.18, no. 1 (January 2002), pp.71-84.
  • Whitlock, Erik, ‘Ukrainian-Russian Trade: The Economics of Dependency’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.43 (29 October 1993).
  • Wittkowsky, Andreas, ‘Western Privatization Assistance Brings Mixed Results’, Transition, vol.2, no.22 (1 November 1996).
  • Woehrel, Steven J., ‘Political-Economic Assessments: Ukraine’ in Kaufman, Richard F. and Hardt, John P. eds., The Former Soviet Union in Transition (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe,1993), pp.961-970.
  • Wolowyna, Oleh, 'Ukraine: A Country in Transition. Demographic Implications for Socio-Economic Development at the Oblast Level' (Durham: Center for International Development Research Triangle Institute, 1994).
  • World Bank, The Agricultural Sector in Transition (Washington DC: World Bank, 1994).
  • World Bank, Ukraine - Energy Sector Review (Washington DC: World Bank, 1995).
  • World Bank, Ukraine: Financial Sector Risks (Washington DC; World Bank, January 1998).
  • Yanevsky, Danylo, ‘New Government Program Strikes a Discordant Note’, Transition, vol.1, no.23 (15 December 1995).
  • Yegorov, Valentyn, ‘Mass Privatisation in Action’, Ukraine Business Review, vol.3, nos.13-14 (October-November 1995), pp. 6-11.
  • Zienchuk, Michael, Ukraine: Striving for Stabilisation (Warszawa: Centre for Social and Economic Research Foundation, December 1995).
  • Zon, Hans von, Batako, Andre, Kreslavska, Anna, Social and Economic Change in Eastern Ukraine - the Example of Zaporizhzhia (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998).
  • Zon, Hans von, The Political Economy of Independent Ukraine (London: Macmillan, 2000).

Elections

  • Arel, D. and Wilson, A., ‘The Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.26 (1 July 1994).
  • Arel, D. and Wilson, A., ‘Ukraine under Kuchma: Back to ‘Eurasia’?’ RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.32 (19 August 1994).
  • Birch, S., ‘The Ukrainian Parliamentary and Presidential Elections of 1994’, Electoral Studies, vol.14, no.1 (March 1995), pp. 93-99..
  • Birch, S., ‘Electoral Behaviour in Western Ukraine in National Elections and Referendum’s, 1989-1991’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.47, no.7 (November 1995), pp.1145-1176.
  • Birch, S., ‘Electoral Systems, Campaign Strategies, and Vote Choice in the Ukrainian Parliamentary and Presidential Elections of 1994’, Political Studies, vol.XLVI, no.1 (March 1998), pp.96-114.
  • Birch, S., and Wilson, A., ‘The Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections of 1998’, Electoral Studies, vol.18, no.2 (June 1999), pp.276-282.
  • Birch, S., Elections and Democratiation in Ukraine (London: Macmillan, 2000).
  • Birch, S., ‘The Presidential Elections in Ukraine, October 1999,’ Electoral Studies, Vol. 21, no. 2 (June 2002), pp. 339-45.
  • Bojcun, M., ‘The Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections in March-April 1994’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.47, no.2 (March-April 1995), pp.229-249.
  • Craumer, Peter R. and Clem, James, ‘Ukraine's Emerging Electoral Geography: A Regional Analysis of the 1998 Parliamentary Elections’, Post-Soviet Geography and Economics, vol. 40, no. 1, (January-February 1999), pp.1-26.
  • Clem, Ralph S., and Craumer, Peter R., ‘Shades of Orange: The Electoral Geography of Ukraine’s 2004 Presidential Elections’, Eurasian Geography and Economics, vol.46, no.5 (July 2005), pp.364-385.
  • Dyczok, Marta, ‘Breaking Through the Information Blockade: Election and Revolution in Ukraine 2004,’ Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes, vol. XLVII, nos. 3-4 (September-December 2005), pp.241-268.
  • Dyczok, Marta, ‘The Politics of Media in Ukraine: Election 2002,’ in Nicolas Hayoz and Andrej N. Lushnycky (eds.) Ukraine at a Crossroads (Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe. Vol. 1 Edited by Rolf Fieguth and Nicolas Hayoz. Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang, 2005), pp.63-100.
  • Egorov, Igor, ‘Election Results and Prospects for Reform in Ukraine’, PSBF Briefing, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Russian and CIS Programme, no.1 (September 1994).
  • Harasymiw, Bohdan, ‘Elections in Post-Communist Ukraine, 1994-2004: An Overview’, Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol.47, nos.3-4 (September-December 2005), pp.191-239.
  • Herron, Erik S., 'Causes and Consequences of Fluid Faction Membership in Ukraine', Europe-Asia Studies, vol.54, no.4 (June 2002), pp. 625-640.
  • Hinich, Melvin J., Khmelko, Valeri and Ordeshook, Peter C.. 1999. ‘Ukraine's 1998 Parliamentary Elections: A Spatial Analysis’, Post-Soviet Affairs, vol.15, no. 2 (April-June 1999), pp. 149-185.
  • Hinich, M. J., Khmelko V., and Ordeshook, P.C., 'Ukraine's 1999 Presidential Election: A Spatial Analysis', Post-Soviet Affairs, Vol. 18, No. 3 (July-September 2002), pp. 250-69.
  • Kasianov, Heorhii, ‘Ukraine Before the Elections’, The Ukrainian Review, vol.XL, no.4 (Winter 1993), pp.3-10.
  • Klobucar, Thomas F., Miller, Arthur H., and Erb, Gwyn, 'The 1999 Ukrainian Presidential Election: Personalities, Ideology, Partisanship, and the Economy', Slavic Review, vol.61, no.2 (Summer 2002), pp.315-344.
  • Klobucar, Thomas F., Miller, Arthur, H., and Erb, Gwyn, 'The 1999 Ukrainian Presidential Election: Personalities, Ideology, Partisanship, and the Economy', Slavic Review, vol.61, no.2 (Summer 2002), pp.315-344.
  • Kuzio, Taras, ‘The 2002 Parliamentary Elections in Ukraine: Democratization or Authoritarianism’, The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.19, no.2 (June 2003), pp.24-54.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Elections in Ukraine’, Freedom Review, vol.25, no.3 (May-June 1994), pp.37-39.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Implications of the Ukrainian Elections’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.4, no.6 (June 1994).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The 1994 Parliamentary Election in Ukraine’, The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.11, no.4 (December 1995), pp.335-361.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Kravchuk to Kuchma: The 1994 Presidential Elections in Ukraine 1994’, The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.12, no.2 (June 1996), pp.117-144.
  • Kuzio, T., 'The 2002 Parliamentary Elections in Ukraine: Democratization or Authoritarianism', The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.19, no.2 (June 2003), pp.24-54.
  • Marples, D., ‘Ukraine after the Presidential Elections’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.31 (12 August 1994).
  • Matsuzato, Kimitaka, 'All Kuchma's Men. The Reshuffling of Ukrainian Governors and the Presidential Election of 1999', Post-Soviet Geography and Economics, vol. 42, no. 6 (?2001), pp. 416-439.
  • Myagkov, Mikhail, and Ordeshook, Peter, C., ‘The Trail of Votes in Ukraine’s 1998, 1999, and 2002 Elections’, Post-Soviet Affairs, vol.21, no.1 (January 2005), pp.56-71.
  • National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, Pre-Election Report. The March 27, 1994 Parliamenary Elections in Ukraine (Washington D.C., March 16, 1994).
  • Pammett, Jon H., and DeBardeleben, Joan, ‘The Meaning of Elections in Transitional Democracies: Evidence from Russia and Ukraine’, Electoral Studies, vol.15, no.3 (August 1996), pp.363-381.
  • Pavlyuk, Lyudmyla, ‘Extreme Rhetoric in the 2004 Presidential Campaign: Images of Geopolitical and Regional Division’, Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol.47, nos.3-4 (September-December 2005), pp.293-316.
  • Potichnyj, Peter J., ‘The Referendum and Presidential Elections in Ukraine’, Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol.33, no.2 (June 1991), pp.123-138.
  • Potichnyj, PJ., ‘Elections in the Ukraine, 1990’ in Gitelman,Zvi ed., The Politics of Nationality and the Erosion of the USSR (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992), pp.176-214.
  • Polkovsky, Valerii, ‘The Language of the Presidential Election Campaign in Ukraine’, Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol.47, nos.3-4 (September-December 2005),317-331.
  • Roper, Steven D., and Fesnic, Florin, ‘Historical Legacies and Their Impact on Post-Communist Voting Behaviour’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.55, no.1 (January 2003),pp. 119-131.
  • Shaw, Dennis J.B., ‘Crimea: Background and Aftermath of its 1994 Presidential Elections’, Post-Soviet Geography, vol.35, no.4 (April 1994), pp.221-234.
  • Sochor, Zenovia A., ‘Political Culture and Foreign Policy: Elections in Ukraine 1994’ in Tismaneanu, V., ed., Political Culture and Civil Society in Russia and the New States of Eurasia (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1995), pp.208-226.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Crimea’s Presidential Election’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.11 (18 March 1994).
  • Sushko, Oleksandr, ‘The 2002 Parliamentary Elections as an Indicator of the Sociopolitical Development of Ukraine’, Demokratizatsiya, vol.10, no.4 (Fall 2002), pp.568-576.
  • Wasylyk, Myron, ‘Ukraine Prepares for Parliamentary Elections’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.5 (4 February 1994).
  • Wasylyk, M., ‘Ukraine on the Eve of Elections’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.12 (25 March 1994).
  • Wilson, Andrew, Virtual Politics. Faking Democracy in the Post-Soviet World (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2005).
  • Wilson, A., ‘The Elections in Crimea’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, nos.25 and 26 (24 June and 1 July 1994).
  • Wilson A., ‘Parties and Presidents in Ukraine and Crimea, 1994’, The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.11, no.4 (December 1995), pp.362-371.
  • Wilson, A., and Birch S., ‘Voting Stability, Political Gridlock: Ukraine’s 1998 Parliamentary Elections’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.51, no.6 (September 1999), pp.1039-1068.
  • Wilson, A., 'Ukraine's 2002 Elections: Less Fraud, More Virtuality', East European Constitutional Review, voil.11, no.3 (Summer 2002), pp.91-98.
  • Yatsunka, Olena, ‘Local Elections in Independent Ukraine: The Case Study of Nikolayev’, Nationalities Papers, vol.32, no.3 (September 2004), pp.551-563.
  • Zimmer, Kerstin, ‘The Comparative Failure of Machine Politics, Administrative Resources and Fraud’, Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol.47, nos.3-4 (September-December 2005), pp.361-384.

Energy

  • Balmaceda, Margarita M., ‘Gas, Oil and the Linkages between Domestic and Foreign Policies: The Case of Ukraine’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.50, no.2 (March 1998), pp.257-286.
  • Clem, James and Popson, Nancy, eds., Ukraine and Its Western Neighbors (Washington DC: Kennan Institute and Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 2000), IEA, Energy Policies of Ukraine, Survey (Paris: OECD, 1996).
  • Klid, Bohdan, ‘Caspian Sea Oil and Ukraine’s Quest for Energy Autonomy’, Geopolitics of Energy, vol.20, no.10 (October 1998), pp.6-12.
  • Krasnov, Gregory V., and Brada, Josef C., ‘Implicit Subsidies in Russian-Ukrainian Energy Trade’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.49, no.5 (July 1997), pp.825-843.
  • Marples, David, ‘Chernobyl: Twenty Years Later’, Ukrainian Quarterly, vol. LXII, no.1 (June 2006), pp.6-20.
  • Marples, David, ‘Chernobyl: A Reassessment’, Eurasian Geography and Economics, vol. 45, no. 8 (December 2004), pp. 588-607.
  • Marples, David R., 'Nuclear Power in Ukraine in the late 1990s', Post-Soviet Geography and Economics, vol.39, no.6 (June 1998), pp.359-369.
  • Opitz, Petra, 'Energy Politics in Ukraine' in Franz-Lothar Altmann and John Lampe eds., Energy and the transformation process in southeast Europe (Gutersloh: Bertelsmann, 2000), pp.214-216.
  • Pleines, Heiko, Energy in Ukraine (London: Financial Times Energy Publishing, 1998).
  • Sagers, Matthew J., 'Turkmenistan's gas trade. The case of exports to Ukraine', Post-Soviet Geography and Economics vol.40, no.2 (February 1999), pp.142-149.
  • Smolansky, Oles M., ‘Ukraine’s Quest for Independence: The Fuel Factor’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.47, no.1 (January-February 1995), pp.67-90.
  • Smolensky, O.M., ‘Ukraine and the Fuel Problem’, Ukrainian Economic Review, vol.11, no.3 (1996), pp.125-128,
  • Smolansky, O., ‘Fuel, Credit, and Trade: Ukraine's Economic Dependence on Russia’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol. 46, no. 2 (March-April 1999), pp. 49-58,

Gender Issues

  • Averianova, Irina. 1998. ‘Pyrrhic Victory: The Feminization of Higher Education in Ukraine’, The Harriman Review, vol. 11, nos. 1-2 (1998), pp. 31-35.
  • Bohachemsky-Chomiak, Martha, ‘Women’s Organizations in Independent Ukraine’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V. Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.265-284.
  • Bohachevsky-Chomiak, M., ‘Women in Ukraine: The Political Potential of Community’ in Gitelman, Zvi, Hajda, Lubomyr Himka, John-Paul and Solchanyk, Roman, eds., Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe. Essays in Honor of Roman Szporluk (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2000), pp.29-48.
  • Hesli, V.L., and Miller A.H., ‘The Gender Base of Institutional Support in Lithuania, Ukraine and Russia’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.45, no.3 (1993), pp.505-532.
  • Hrycak, Alexandra, ‘Coping with Chaos: Gender and Politics in a Fragmented State’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.52, no.5 (September-October 2005), pp.69-81.
  • Hrycak, Alexandra, ‘The Dilemmas of Civic Revival: Ukrainian Women since Independence’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.135-158.
  • Pavlychko, Solomea, Letters from Kiev (Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1992).
  • Pavlychko, S., ‘Feminism in post-communist Ukrainian society’ in Marsh, Rosalind, ed, Women in Russia and Ukraine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996) pp.305-314.
  • Pavlychko, S., ‘Progress on Hold: The Conservative Faces of Women in Ukraine’ in Buckley, Mary, ed., Post-Soviet Women: From the Baltics to Central Asia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp.219-234.
  • Rubchak, Marian, 'In Search of a Model: Evolution of a Feminist Consciousness in Ukraine and Russia', The European Journal of Women's Studies, vol.8, no.2 (May 2001), pp.149-160.
  • Zhurzhenko, T., ‘Ukrainian Women in the Transitional Economy’, Labour Focus on Eastern Europe, no. 60, 1998, pp.55-68.
  • Zhurzhenko, T., ‘Gender and Identity Formation in Post-Socialist Ukraine: The Case of Women in the Shuttle Business’, in Rae Bridgman, Sally Cole and Heather Howard-Bobiwash eds., Feminist Fields: Ethnographic Insights (Peterborough: Broadview Press 1999), pp. 243-263.
  • Zhurzhenko, T.,‘Free Market Ideology and New Women's Identities in Post-socialist Ukraine’, The European Journal of Women's Studies, vol. 8, issue 1 (February 2001), pp.29-49.
  • Zhurzhenko, T., ‘(Anti-)National Feminisms, Post-Soviet Gender Studies: Women’s Voices of Transition and Nation-Building in Ukraine’, Oesterreichische Osthefte, Jahrgang 43, Heft 4 (Wien: Peter Lang, 2001), pp.503-523.
  • Zhurzhenko, Tatiana, Ukrainian Feminism(s): Between Nationalist Myth and Anti-Nationalist Critique, IWM Working Paper no.4/2001 (Vienna: Institut for Human Sciences), 2001.
  • Zhurzhenko, T., ‘Strong Women, Weak State: Family Politics and Nation-Building in Post-Soviet Ukraine’ in Kathleen Kuehnast and Carol Nechemias, eds., Post-Soviet Women Encountering Transition: Nation Building, Economic Survival, and Civic Activism (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press 2004), pp.23-43.

Multi-Party Politics

  • Baklanov, N., ‘The Ukraine: A Multi-Party Parliament?’ in Babkina, M.A. ed., New Political Parties and Movements in the Soviet Union (New York: Nova Science Publishers, 1991), pp.113-116,
  • Birch, Sarah, ‘Party System Formation and Voting Behaviour in the Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections of 1994’ in Kuzio, T., Contemporary Ukraine. Dynamics of Post-Soviet Transformation (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1998), pp.139-160.
  • Chudowsky, Victor, ‘The Ukrainian Party System’ in MicGiel John, ed., State and Nation-Building in East Central Europe: Contemporary Perspectives (New York: Institute for East Central Europe, Columbia University, 1996), pp.305-321.
  • Crowley, Stephen, ‘Between Class and Nation. Worker Politics in the New Ukraine’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.28, no.1 (March 1995), pp.43-69.
  • Haran, Olexiy, 'Can Ukrainian Communists and Socialists Evolve to Social Democracy', Demokratizatsiya, vol.9, no.4 (Fall 2001), pp.570-587.
  • Hesli, Vicki L, Reisinger, William M and Miller, Arthur H., ‘Political Party Development in Divided Societies: The Case of Ukraine’, Electoral Studies, vol.17, no.2 (June 1998), pp.235-256.
  • Kramer, Mark, ‘Blue-Collar Workers and the Post-communist Transitions in Poland, Russia and Ukraine’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.28, no.1 (March 1995), pp.3-11.
  • Kubicek, Paul, ‘Delegative Democracy in Russia and Ukraine’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.27, no.4 (December 1994), pp.423-441.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Unofficial Groups and Semi-Official Groups and Samizdat Publications in Ukraine’ in Bahry, R., ed., Echoes of Glasnost in Soviet Ukraine (North York: Captus University Publications, 1989), pp.66-101.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Inaugural Congress of the Ukrainian Popular Front (Rukh) in Kiev’ in Bahry, R., ed., Echoes of Glasnost in Soviet Ukraine (North York: Captus University Publications, 1989).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Political Parties in Ukraine’, Uncaptive Minds, vol.6, no.2 (Summer 1991) pp.102-108.
  • Kuzio, T. and Solchanyk, R.,‘Democratic Blocs in Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.16 (16 April 1993).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Multi-Party System in Ukraine on the Eve of Elections’, Government and Opposition , vol.29, no.1 (Winter 1994), pp.109-127.
  • Levichev, V.F. and Nelyubin, A.A., ‘New Socio-Political Organizations, Parties and Movements in the Ukraine’ in Babkina, M.A. ed., New Political Parties and Movements in the Soviet Union (New York: Nova Science Publishers, 1991), pp.89-98.
  • Luciuk, Lubomyr Y., and Chyczij, Alexandra, eds, Memorial (n.p.: Kashtan Press, 1989).
  • Marples, David, ‘Radicalization of the political Spectrum in Ukraine’, RL 306/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.35 (30 August 1991).
  • Martyniuk, Jaroslaw, ‘The Demographics of Party Support in Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.48 (3 December 1993).
  • Martyniuk, J., ‘The Shifting Political Landscape’, Transition, vol.1, no.13 (28 July 1995).
  • Paniotto, Vladimir, ‘The Ukrainian Movement for Perestroika - ‘Rukh’: A Sociological Survey’, Soviet Studies, vol.43, no.1 (January 1991), pp.177-181.
  • Prizel, I., 'Populism as a Political Force in Postcommunist Russia and Ukraine', East European Politics and Society, vol.14, no.2 (Spring 2001).
  • Rusnachenko, Anatolii, ‘The Worker’s and the National Democratic Movement in Contemporary Ukraine’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol.18, nos.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1993), pp.123-149.
  • Rick, Simon, ‘Workers and Independence in Divided Ukraine’, Labour Focus on Eastern Europe, vol.49, no.3 (Autumn 1994), pp.18-34.
  • Thames, Frank, C., ‘Searching for party effects in post-communist Ukraine’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.38, no.1 (March 2005), pp.89-108.
  • Tolpygo, A.K., ‘Ukrainian Political Ideologies’, Russian Social Science Review, vol.36, no.5 (September/October 1995), pp.34-50.
  • Wilson, A., 'Reinventing the Ukrainian Left: Assessing Adaptability and Change, 1991-2000', Slavonic and East European Review, vol.80, no.1 (January 2002), pp.21-59.
  • Wilson, A. and Bilous, Artur, ‘Political Parties in Ukraine’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.45, no.4 (1993), pp.693-703.

Nationalism

  • Armstrong, John A., ‘Whither Ukrainian Nationalism’, Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, vol.43, nos.1-2 (1996), pp.111-114.
  • Khomchuk, Oksana, ‘The Far Right in Russia and Ukraine’, The Harriman Review, vol.8, no.2 (July 1995), pp.40-44.
  • Kubicek, P., ‘Dynamics of Contemporary Ukrainian Nationalism: Empire-Breaking to State Building’, Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, vol.23, nos.1-2 (1996), pp.39-50.
  • Kubicek, P., ‘What Happened to the Nationalists in Ukraine?’, Nationalism & Ethnic Politics, vol.5, no.1 (Spring 1999), pp.29-45.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Post-Soviet Ukraine. The Victory of Civic Nationalism’ in Lowell Barrington (ed.), Nationalism after Independence. Making and Protecting the Nation in Postcolonial and Postcommunist States (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2006), pp.187-224.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Post-Soviet Ukraine. The Victory of Civic Nationalism’ in Lowell Barrington (ed.)., Nationalism After Independence (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2002).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Nationalism in Ukraine. Towards a New Theoretical and Comparative Framework’, Journal of Political Ideologies, vol.7, no.2 (June 2002).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukrainian Paramilitaries’, Jane's Intelligence Review, vol.4, no.12 (December 1992).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine's ‘Young Turks’ - the Union of Ukrainian Officers’. Jane's Intelligence Review, vol.5, no.1 (January 1993).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukrainian Nationalism’, Journal of Area Studies , no.4, 1994, pp.79-95.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Paramilitary Groups in Ukraine’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.6, no.3, (March 1994).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Radical Right Parties and Civic Groups in Belarus and the Ukraine’ in Peter H. Merkl and Weinberg, Leonard, eds., The Revival of Right-wing Extremism in the Nineties (London: F.Cass, 1997), pp.203-230.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Radical Nationalist Parties and Movements in Contemporary Ukraine Before and After Independence: The Right and its Politics, 1989-1994’, Nationalities Papers, vol.25, no.2 (June 1997), pp.211-242.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Nationalism in Ukraine: Towards a New Framework’, Politics, vol.20, no.2 (May 2000), pp.77-86.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘La diaspora, force politique ou agent d’influence’, Le Courrier des Pays de L’Est, no.1002 (February 2000), pp.14-23.
  • Magocsi, Paul R., The Roots of Ukrainian Nationalism. Galicia As Ukraine's Piedmont, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002).
  • Molchanov, M.A., ‘Post-communist Nationalism as a Power Resource: A Russia—Ukraine Comparison’, Nationalities Papers, vol.28, no.2 (June 2000), pp.263-288.
  • 'Nahaylo, B., 'Extremism in Ukraine', RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.16 (22 April 1994).
  • Shulman, S., 'Sources of Civic and Ethnic Nationalism in Ukraine', Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.18, no.4 (December 2002), pp.1-30.
  • Shulman, S., 'The Role of Economic Performance in Ukrainian Nationalism', Europe-Asia Studies, vol.55, no.2 (March 2003), pp.217-239.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘The Radical Right in Ukraine’ in Ramet, P. Sabrina (ed.)., The Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe Since 1989 (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999), pp.279-296.

Politics & Society 1 (A-L)

  • Arel, Dominique, ‘Ukraine: The Muddle Way’, Current History, vol.97, no.620, (October 1998), pp.342-346.
  • Aslund, Anders, ‘Eurasia Letter: Ukraine’s Turnaround’, Foreign Policy, no.100 (Fall 1995), pp.125-143.
  • Aslund, A., ‘Ukraine’s Resurrection’, American Foreign Policy Interests, vol.17, no.3 (June 1995), pp.12-17.
  • Bahry, Romana M., ed., Echoes of Glasnost in Soviet Ukraine (North York: Captus University Press, 1989).
  • Bilinsky, Jaroslaw, ‘Ukraine: The Multiple Challenges to Independence’, The Harriman Institute Forum, vol.7, nos.1-2 (1993-1994).
  • Bojcun, Marko, ‘Ukraine Under Kuchma’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol.20, nos.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1995), pp.177-194. Reprinted in Labour Focus on Eastern Europe, vol.52, no.3 (Autumn 1995), pp.70-83.
  • Burakovsky, Alexander, ‘Ukraine: Independence at a Price’, Transition, vol.6, no.1 (January 1999), pp. 45-48.
  • Cullen, Robert, B., Ukraine, Ukrainian Minorities and United States Policy, Occasional Paper (Washington DC: Atlantic Council of the United States, 1994),
  • D’Anieri, Paul, Kravchuk, Robert S., and Kuzio, T., Politics and Society in Ukraine (Boulder, CO. : Westview, 1999).
  • Darski, Jozef, ‘Quo Vadis Ukraine?’ Uncaptive Minds, vol.5, no.1 (Spring 1992), pp.59-74.
  • Diuk, Nadia and Karatnycky, Adrian, The Hidden Nations. The People Challenge the Soviet Union (New York: William Morrow, 1990), ch.3, ‘Ukraine: The Pivotal Nation’, pp.72-104.
  • Diuk, Nadia, 'Ukraine: A Land in Between', Journal of Democracy, vol.9, no.3 (July 1998), pp.97-111.
  • Dobriansky, Paula J. , ‘Ukraine: A Question of Survival’, The National Interest, no.36 (Summer 1994), pp.65-72.
  • Duncan, Peter J.S., ch. 10, ‘Ukraine and the Ukrainians’ in Smith, Graham ed., The nationalities question in the post-Soviet states (London and New York: Longman, 1996), pp.188-209.
  • Dunn, John F, Towards Real Politics. The First Year of Ukrainian Politics, K14 (Camberley: RMA Sandhurst, December 1992),.
  • Dyczok, Marta, Ukraine. Movement without change, change without movement (Reading: Harwood Academic Press, 2000).
  • The Economist, ‘Unruly Child. A Survey of Ukraine’, 7 May 1994.
  • Golovakha, Evhen, The Current Political Situation and the Future of the Political and Economic Development of Ukraine (Washington D.C., ?, 1994).
  • Hagen, Mark von., ‘The Dilemmas of Ukrainian Independence and Statehood, 1917-1921’, The Harriman Institute Forum, vol.7, no.5 (January 1994), pp.7-11.
  • Jaworsky, John, Ukraine: Stability and Instability, McNair Paper 42 (Washington D.C., Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, August 1995).
  • Karatnycky, A., ‘The Ukraine Factor’, Foreign Affairs, vol.71, no.3 (Summer 1992), pp.90-107.
  • Karatnycky, A., ‘Ukraine at the Crossroads’, Journal of Democracy, vol.6, no.1 (January 1995), pp.117-30.
  • Kiniklioglu, Suat, ‘Ukraine under Kuchma. The Politics of Balance, Decisiveness and Reform’, Eurasian Studies, vol.3, no.1 (Spring 1996), pp.80-100.
  • Kis, Theofil, Makaryk, Irena, Weretelnyk, Roman, eds., Towards a New Ukraine. Ukraine and the New World Order, 1991-1996 (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1997).
  • Kis, T., Makaryk, I., Weretelnyk, R., eds., Towards a New Ukraine II. Meeting the Next Century (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1999).
  • Kistersky, Leonid and Pirozhkov, Serhii, ‘Ukraine: policy analysis and options’ in Smoke, R., ed., Perceptions of Security. Public opinion and expert assessments in Europe’s new democracies (Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1996), pp.209-227.
  • Korotich, Vitaly, ‘The Ukraine Rising’, Foreign Policy, no.85 (Winter 1991-1992), pp.73-82.
  • Koscharsky, Halyna ed., Ukraine Today. Perspectives for the Future. Proceedings of the Conference ‘Ukraine Today - Perspectives for the Future’, 19-21 June 1992 (Commack, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, 1995).
  • Kouzmov, Taras, ‘Ukraine: A Long Way to Go’, Uncaptive Minds, vol.7, no.2 (Summer 1994), pp.59-64.
  • Krawchenko, Bohdan, ‘Ukraine: The Politics of Independence’, in Bremmer, Ian and Taras, Ray, eds., Nations and Politics in the Soviet Successor States (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993), pp.75-98.
  • Kuzio, Taras, Ukraine. The Unfinished Revolution. European Security Studies 16 (London: Institute for European Defence and Strategic Studies, 1992).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine Since the Elections: From Romanticism to Pragmatism’, Jane’s Intelligence Review, vol.4, no.12 (December 1994).
  • Kuzio, T. and Wilson, Andrew, Ukraine: Perestroika to Independence (London, New York, Edmonton: Macmilan, St.Martin’s Press, Canadian Institute Ukrainian Studies, 1994).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘The Emergence of Ukraine’, Contemporary Review, vol.268 (March and April 1996), pp.119-125 and 182-189.
  • Kuzio T., Ukraine. Back From the Brink. European Security Studies 23 (London: Institute for European Defence and Strategic Studies, 1995).
  • Kuzio, T., Ukraine under Kuchma. Political Reform, Economic Transformation and Security Policy in Independent Ukraine (London and New York: Macmilan and St.Martin’s Press, 1997).
  • Kuzio, T.,ed., Contemporary Ukraine. Dynamics of Post-Soviet Transformation, (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1998).
  • Kuzio, T., Ukraine: Perestroika to Independence, Second Edition (London, New York: Macmilan and St.Martin’s Press, 2000).
  • Lapychak, Chrystyna, ‘Ukraine’s Troubled Rebirth’, Current History, vol.92, no.576 (October 1993), pp.337-341.
  • Lapychak, C., ‘Ukraine. Back on Track’, Transition, vol.1, no.3 (15 March 1995).
  • Lapychak, C., ‘Showdown Yields Political Reform’, Transition, vol. 1, no.13 (28 July 1995), Lapychak, C. and Markus, Ustina, ‘Ukraine’s Continuing Evolution’, Transition, vol.3, no.2 (7 February 1997).
  • Larrabee, Stephen, ‘Ukraine: Europe’s Next Crisis?’, Arms Control Today, July/August 1994, pp.14-19.
  • Lekhyj, Taras, ‘On the Current Situation in Ukraine’, Labour Focus on Eastern Europe, vol. 44. no.2, (Summer 1989), pp.17-22.

Politics & Society 2 (M-Z)

  • Mace, James E., ‘Ukraine on the Threshold of the New Millennium’ in Kis, T., Makaryk, I., Weretelnyk, R., eds., Towards a New Ukraine II. Meeting the Next Century (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1999), pp.11-24.
  • Matlock, Jack, F. Jr., ‘The Nowhere Nation’, The New York Review of Books, 24 February 2000, pp.41-45.
  • Marples, David R., Ukraine under Perestroika. Ecology, Economics and the Workers Revolt (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1991).
  • Marples, D.R., ‘‘After the Putsch’: Prospects for Independent Ukraine’, Nationalities Papers, vol.21, no.2 (Fall 1993), pp.35-46.
  • Mihalisko, Kathleen, ‘Ukrainians and Their Leaders at a Time of Crisis’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.31 (30 July 1993).
  • Motyl, Alexander J., Dilemmas of Independence. Ukraine After Totalitarianism (New York: Council on Foreign Affairs, 1993).
  • Motyl, A. and Krawchenko, B., ‘Ukraine: from empire to statehood’ in Bremmer I. and Taras R., eds., New States, New Politics: Building the Post-Soviet Nations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp.235-275.
  • Motyl, A.J., ‘Will Ukraine Survive 1994?’, The Harriman Institute Forum, vol.7, no.5 (January 1994), pp.3-6.
  • Motyl, A.J., ‘Making Sense of Ukraine’, The Harriman Review, vol.10, no.1 (Winter 1997), pp.1-7.
  • Mroz, Edwin John and Pavliuk, Oleksandr, ‘Ukraine: Europe’s Linchpin’, Foreign Affairs, vol.75, no.3 (May-June 1996), pp.52-62.
  • Nahaylo, Bohdan, ‘The Birth of an Independent Ukraine’, RL 420/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.50 (13 December 1991).
  • Nahaylo, B., ‘Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.39 (2 October 1992).
  • Nahaylo, B., The Ukrainian Resurgence (London: Hurst and Co, 1999).
  • Pavlyshyn, M. and Clarke, J.E.M., eds., Ukraine in the 1990s. Proceedings of the First Conference of the Ukrainian Studies Association of Australia (Melbourne: Monash University, 1992).
  • Pond, Elizabeth, ‘Poland is Not Yugoslavia. Neither is Ukraine’, The Harriman Review, vol.8, no.2 (July 1995), pp.1-4.
  • Pond, E., ‘An End, Maybe, to Sleepwalking in Ukraine’, The Washington Quarterly, vol.18, no.1 (Winter 1995), pp.73-81.
  • Rozdzynski, Janusz, ‘What Kind of Independence?’, Uncaptive Minds, vol.5, no.1 (Spring 1992), pp.97-104.
  • Shaw, D. J. B. and Bradshaw M.J., ‘Problems of Ukrainian Independence’, Post-Soviet Geography, vol.33, no.1 (January 1992), pp.10-16.
  • Simon, Gerhard, ‘The Ukraine and the End of the Soviet Union’, Aussenpolitik, vol.43, no.1 (1992), pp.62-71.
  • Simon, G., ‘Problems Facing the Formation of the Ukrainian State’, Aussenpolitik, vol.45, no.1 (1994), pp.61-67.
  • Solchanyk, Roman, ‘The Uncertain Road to Independence’, RL 10/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.1 (4 January 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine: Kravchuk’s Role’, RL 322/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.36 (6 September 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine: From Chernobyl’ to Sovereignty’, RL 272/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.31 (2 August 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘The Referendum in Ukraine: Preliminary Results’, RL 137/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.13 (29 March 1991).
  • Solchanyk, R., ed., Ukraine: From Chernobyl’ to Sovereignty. A Collection of Interviews (Basingstoke: Macmillan and RFE/RL Research Institute, 1992).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine: Political Reform and Political Change’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.1, no.21 (22 May 1992).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine: A Year of Transition’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.1 (1 January 1993).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine: A Year of Crisis’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.1 (7 January 1994).
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Ukraine: The Politics of Reform’, Problems of Post-Communism, vol.42, no.6 (November-December 1995), pp.46-51.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘The Post-Soviet Transition in Ukraine: Prospects for Stability’ in Kuzio T.,ed., Contemporary Ukraine. Dynamics of Post-Soviet Transformation, (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1998), pp.17-40.
  • Subtelny, Orest, ‘The Troubled Transition’in Ukraine: A History, Third Edition (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000), pp.597-632.
  • Stent, Angela, ‘Ukraine’s Fate’, World Policy Journal, vol.11, no.3 (Fall 1994), pp.83-87.
  • Stone, Norman, ‘Ukraine. The Mark of History’, The National Interest, no.27 (Spring 1992), pp.29-37.
  • Szporluk, Roman, ‘Policy Implications of an Independent Ukraine’, Harvard Journal of World Affairs, Spring 1993, pp.28-40.
  • Szporluk, R., ‘Reflections on Ukraine after 1994: The Dilemmas of Nationhood’, The Harriman Review, vol.7, nos.7-9 (March-May 1994), pp.1-10.
  • Ukraine: Challenges of the Continuing Transition, Conference Report (Washington DC: National Intelligence Council and Department of State, August 1999).
  • ‘Ukraine: Running on Empty’, National Geographic, vol.183, no.3 (March 1993), pp.42-53.
  • Urban, George, ‘Ukraine. The Awakening’, The National Interest, no.27 (Spring 1992), pp.39-47.
  • Vydrin, Dmytro and Tabachnyk, Dmytro, Ukraine on the Threshold of the XXI Century. Political Aspect (Kyiv: Lybid’, 1995).
  • Wolchik, Sharon. L., and Zviglyanich, Volodymyr, eds.., Ukraine: The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, MA: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000).
  • Zarycky, George, ‘A Resilient People’, The Freedom Review, vol.26, no.6 (November-December 1995), pp.30-33.
  • Zon van Hans, 'Alternative scenarios for Ukraine', Futures, vol.34 (2002), pp.401-416.

Religion

  • Bilokin, Serhiy, ‘The Kiev Patriarchate and the State’ in Bourdeaux Michael, ed., The Politics of Religion in Russia and the New States of Eurasia (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1995), pp.182-201.
  • Bociurkiw, Bohdan, ‘The Ukrainian Catholic Church in the USSR Under Gorbachev’, Problems of Communism, vol.36, no.6 (November-December 1990) pp.1-18.
  • Bociurkiw, B., ‘The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the Contemporary USSR’, Nationalities Papers, vol.20, no.1 (Spring 1992), pp.17-30.
  • Bociurkiw, B., ‘Politics and Religion in Ukraine: The Orthodox and the Greek Catholics’ in Bourdeaux, M., ed., The Politics of Religion in Russia and the New States of Eurasia, The International Politics of Eurasia, vol. 3 (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1995), pp.131-162.
  • Casanova, Jose, ‘Incipient Religious Denominationalism in Ukraine and Its Effects on Ukrainian-Russian Relations’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp.38-42.
  • Fagan, Geraldine and Shchipkov, Aleksandr, ‘Rome is not our Father, but neither is Moscow our Mother: Will There be a Local Ukrainian Orthodox Church?’, Religion, State and Society, vol.29, no.3 (September 2001), pp.197-205.
  • Fagan, Geraldine and Shchipkov, Aleksandr, ‘The Ukrainian Greek Catholics in an Ambiguous Position’, Religion, State and Society, vol.29, no.3 (September 2001), pp.207-213.
  • Gee, Gretchen, ‘Geography, Nationality and Religion in Ukraine: A Research Note’, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.34, no.3 (September 1995), pp.383-391.
  • Gee, Gretchen K., 'Geography, Nationality, and Religion in Ukraine: A Research Note', Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.34, no.3 (1995), pp.383-390.
  • Gudziak, Bores, ‘Ukrainian Religious Life During the First Five Years of Independence’ in Kis, Theofil, Makaryk, Irena, Weretelnyk, Roman, eds., Towards a New Ukraine I. Ukraine and the New World Order, 1991-1996 (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1997), pp.49-72.
  • Keleher, Serge, ‘Out of the Catacombs: The Greek-Catholic Church in Ukraine’, Religion in Communist Lands, vol.19, nos.3-4 (Winter 1991), pp.251-263.
  • Keleher, Serge, Response to Sophia Senyk, 'The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Today: Universal Values versus Nationalist Doctrines’, Religion, State and Society, Vol. 31, No. 3 (2003), pp. 289-306.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘In Search of Unity and Autocephaly: Ukraine’s Orthodox Churches’, Religion, State and Society, vol.25, no.4 (December 1997), pp. 393-415.
  • Lapychak, C., ‘Rifts Among Ukraine’s Orthodox Churches Inflame Public Passions’, Transition, vol.2, no.7 (5 April 1996).
  • Markus, Vasyl, ‘Politics and Religion in Ukraine: In Search of a New Pluralistic Dimension’, in Bourdeaux M., ed., The Politics of Religion in Russia and the New States of Eurasia (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E.Sharpe, 1995), pp.163-181.
  • Marples, D. and Skrypnyk, Ostap, ‘Patriarch Mstyslav and the Revival of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church’, RL 25/91, Report on the USSR, vol.3, no.2 (11 January 1991).
  • Martyniuk, J., ‘Religious Preferences in Five Urban Areas of Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.2, no.15 (9 April 1993).
  • Martyniuk, J., ‘The State of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine’, RFE/RL Research Report, vol.3, no.7 (18 February 1994).
  • Mihalisko, K., ‘The Ukrainian Catholics and the Russian Orthodox Church: The Unfolding Conflict in Western Ukraine’, RL 7/90, Report on the USSR, vol.2, no.1 (5 January 1990).
  • Mitrokhin, Nikolai, ‘Aspects of the Religious Situation in Ukraine’, Religion, State and Society, vol.29, no.3 (September 2001), pp.173-196.
  • Moss, Vladimir, ‘Russian Orthodoxy and the Future of the Soviet Union’, RL, Report on the USSR, 218/91, vol.3, no.24 (14 June 1991).
  • Nahaylo, B., ‘Ukrainian Catholic Issue Overshadows Start of Moscow Patriarchate’s Millennial Celebrations’, RFE/RL Research Bulletin, RL 230/88, 6 June 1988.
  • Nahaylo, B., ‘Initiative Group for Restoration of Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church Founded’, RL 105/89, Report on the USSR, vol.1, no.3 (12 March 1989).
  • Plokhy, Serhii, ‘Kyiv vs. Moscoiw: The Autocephalous Movement in Independent Ukraine’, The Harriman Review, vol.9, nos.1-2 (Spring 1996), pp32-37.
  • Plokhy, Serhii, ‘State Politics and Religious Pluralism in Russia and Ukraine: A Comparative Perspective’, in Peter G. Danchin and Elizabeth A. Cole, eds., Protecting the Human Rights of Religious Minorities in Eastern Europe, (New York: Columbia University Press, 2002), pp.297-315.
  • Pospielovsky, Dmitri V., ‘The Russian Orthodox Church in the Post-Communist Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)’, Modern Greek Studies Yearbook, vol.9 (1993), pp.227-266.
  • Solchanyk, R., and Hvat, Ivan, ‘The Catholic Church in the Soviet Union’ in Ramet, Ramet ed., Catholicism and Politics in Communist Societies. Christianity Under Stress, vol. II (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 1990), pp. 49-92.
  • Solchanyk, R., ‘Church and State Split on Ukrainian Catholic Issue’, RL 6/90, Report on the USSR, vol.2, no.1 (5 January 1990).
  • Stricker, Gerd, ‘On a Delicate Mission: Pope John Paul II in Ukraine’, Religion, State and Society, vol.29, no.3 (September 2001), pp.215-225.
  • Sutton, Jonathan, ‘Religious Education in Contemporary Ukraine: Some Courses of Study Analysed’, Religion, State and Society, vol.22, no.2 (June 1994), pp.209-235.
  • Sutton, J., ‘Religious Education in Contemporary Ukraine: a Further Explanation’, Religion, State and Society, vol.23, no.2 (June 1995), pp.219-220.
  • Tataryn, Myroslaw, ‘Russia and Ukraine: Two Models of Religious Liberty and Two Models for Orthodoxy’, Religion, State and Society, vol.29, no.3 (September 2001), pp.155-172.
  • Wanner, Catherine, ‘Advocating New Moralities: Conversion to Evangelicalism in Ukraine’, Religion, State and Society, Vol. 31, No. 3 (2003), pp.273-87.
  • Wojakowski, Dariusz, ‘Life in Religious Pluralism: The Religious Situation in the Polish-Ukrainian Borderland’, Religion, State and Society, vol.27, nos.3-4 (December 1999), pp.343-354.

State & Institution Building

  • Aarrevaard Timo, ‘Ukrainian Cities: Weak Soviets and Strong Mayors’, The Journal of Post Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.10, no.4 (December 1994), pp.55-70.
  • Bach, Stanley, ‘From Soviet to Parliament in Ukraine: The Verkhovna Rada during 1992-94’, Congressional Studies Journal, no.2, 1994, pp.73-94. Reprinted in Ollson, David M., ed., The New Parliaments of Central and Eastern Europe (London and Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 1996), pp.213-230.
  • Boukhalov, Oleksandr and Ivannikov Serguei, ‘Ukraine’ in Jacob, Betty M., Ostrowski Krzystof, and Jeune, H., eds., Democratic and Local Governance (Honolulu: Matsunaga Institute of Peace, 1993), pp.225-242.
  • Boukhalov, O., and Ivannikov, S., ‘Ukrainian Local Politics After Independence’, The Annals, The American Academy of Political and Social Science, no.540 (July 1995), pp. 126-136.
  • Brown, Trevor, L., and Wise, Charles R., ‘Constitutional Courts and Legislative-Executive Relations: The Case of Ukraine’, Political Science Quarterly, vol.119, no.1 (Spring 2004), pp.143-169.
  • Campbell, Adrian, ‘Regional and Local Government in Ukraine’ in Coulson, Andrew, ed., Local Government in Eastern Europe (Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 1994), pp.115-127.
  • Chandler, Andrea, ‘State Building and Social Obligations in Post-Communist Systems: Assessing Change in Russia and Ukraine’, Canadian Slavonic papers, vol.38, nos.1-2 (March-June 1996), pp.1-21.
  • Christensen, Robert K., Rakhimkulov, Edward R., and Wise, Charles R., ‘The Ukrainian Orange Revolution brought more than a new president: What kind of democracy will the institutional changes bring?’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.38, no.2 (June 2005), pp.207-230.
  • D'Anieri, P., ‘Leonid Kuchma and the Personalization of the Ukrainian Presidency’, Problems of Post-Communism, no. 5 (September-October 2003), pp.58-65.
  • Foglesong, Todd S. and Peter H. Solomon, Jr., Crime, Criminal Justice, and Criminology in post-Soviet Ukraine (Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, 2001). Resource: http://www.ncjrs.org/pdffiles1/nij/186166.pdf.
  • Futey, Bohdan, A., ‘Rule of Law in Ukraine: A Step Forward or Backward?’, ’ in Nicolas Hayoz and Andrej N. Lushnycky (eds.) Ukraine at a Crossroads (Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe. Vol. 1 Edited by Rolf Fieguth and Nicolas Hayoz. Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang, 2005), pp.101-118.
  • Futey, Bohdan A., ‘Comments on the Constitution of Ukraine’, East European Constitutional Review vol.5, nos.2-3 (Spring-Summer 1996), pp.29-34.
  • Futey, B., ‘Comments on the Law on the Constitutional Court of Ukraine’, East European Constitutional Review vol.6, nos.2 and 3 (Spring and Summer 1997), pp.56-63.
  • Futey, B., ‘Upholding the Rule of Law in Ukraine: The Judiciary in Transition’ in Kis, T., Makaryk, I., Weretelnyk, R., eds., Towards a New Ukraine II. Meeting the Next Century (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1999), pp.59-76.
  • Hague, Judy, Rose, Aidan and Bojcun, M., ‘Rebuilding Ukraine’s hollow State: developing a democratic public service in Ukraine, Public Administration and Development, vol.15, no.4 (October 1995), pp. 417-433.
  • Herron, Erik S., ‘State Institutions, Political Context, and Parliamentary Election Legislation in Ukraine, 2000-2006’, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, vol.23, no.1 (March 2007), pp.91-110.
  • Herron, Erik, S., ‘Causes and Consequences of Fluid Faction Membership in Ukraine’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.54, no.4 (June 2002), pp.625-639.
  • Herron, Erik, S., 'Electoral Influences on Legislative Behavior in Mixed-Member Systems: Evidence from Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada', Legislative Studies Quarterly, vol.27, no.3 (August 2002), pp.321-343.
  • Golovakha, Evgenii, ‘Elites in Ukraine: Evaluation of the Project’s Elite Survey’ in Klaus, S. and De Spiegeleire, S., eds., Post-Soviet Puzzles. Mapping the Political Economy of the Former Soviet Union, Emerging Societal Actors - Economic, Social and Political Interests. Theories, Methods and Case Studies. volume 111 (Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, 1995), pp.167-242.
  • Harasymiw, Bohdan, ‘Political Patronage and Perestroika: Changes in Communist Party Leadership in Ukraine under Gorbachev and Shcherbytsky’ in Bahry, R., ed., Echoes of Glasnost in Soviet Ukraine (North York: Captus University Publications, 1989), pp. 28-39.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Inaugural Congress of the Ukrainian Popular Front (Rukh) in Kiev’ in Bahry, R., ed., Echoes of Glasnost in Soviet Ukraine (North York: Captus University Publications, 1989).
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Political Parties in Ukraine’, Uncaptive Minds, vol.6, no.2 (Summer 1991) pp.102-108.
  • Harasymiw, B., ‘Ukraine’s Political Elite and the Transition to Post-Communism’, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol.21, nos.1-2 (Summer-Winter 1996), pp.125-146.
  • Holovatiy, Serhiy, ‘The New Constitution of Ukraine: Development and Perspectives’ in Kis, T., Makaryk, I., Weretelnyk, R., eds., Towards a New Ukraine II. Meeting the Next Century (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1999), pp.25-42.
  • Kiva, A., ‘The Ukraine: Inside and Outside the Walls of Parliament in Babkina, M.A. ed., New Political Parties and Movements in the Soviet Union (New York: Nova Science Publishers, 1991), pp.99-111.
  • Kravchuk, R.S., ‘The Quest for Balance: Regional Self-Government and Subnational Fiscal Policy in Ukraine’ in Kuzio, T., D’Anieri, P. and Kravchuk, R.S., eds., State and Institution Building in Ukraine (New York: St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.155-212.
  • Kravchuk, R.S., Kravchuk, Robert S., ‘Administrative Reform and Centre-Local Relations, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2001), pp.37-74.
  • Kravchenko, B., ‘Building State and Civil Society in Ukraine after Independence’ in Kis, Theofil, Makaryk, Irena, Weretelnyk, Roman, eds., Towards a New Ukraine I. Ukraine and the New World Order, 1991-1996 (Ottawa: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa,1997), pp.9-20.
  • Kravchenko, B., ‘The Law on Civil Service: A Case Study of Administrative Reform in Ukraine’ in Kuzio, T., D’Anieri, P. and Kravchuk, R.S., eds., State and Institution Building in Ukraine (New York: St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.135-154.
  • Kubicek, P., ‘Variations on a Corporatist Theme: Interest Associations in Post-Soviet Ukraine and Russia’, Europe-Asia Studies, vol.48, no.1 (January 1996), pp.27-46.
  • Kubicek, P., Ukrainian Interest Groups, Corporatism, and Economic Reform’ in Kuzio, T., Kravchuk, R.S. and D’Anieri, P.D., State and Institution Building in Ukraine (New York: St.Martin’s Press, 1999), pp.57-82.
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Transition

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  • Havrylyshyn, Oleh, ‘What Makes Ukraine Not Grow? Political, Economic, and Historical Factors That Hamper Economic Growth’, in Wsevolod W. Isajiw ed., Society in Transition. Social Change in Ukraine in Western Perspectives (Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2003), pp.79-108.
  • Kubicek, Paul, ‘Post-Soviet Ukraine: In Search of a Constituency for Reform’, Journal of Communist Studies & Transition Politics, vol.13, no.3 (September 1997), pp.103-126.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Oligarchs into Businessmen: Ukraine’s Transition to the Post-Kuchma Era’ in Egle Ridzeviciute ed., Contemporary Change in Ukraine. Baltic and East European Studies 5 (Stockholm: Baltic and East European Graduate School, Sodertorns Hogskola, 2006), pp.10-34.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Ukraine’s Post-Soviet Transition: A Theoretical and Comparative Perspective’, in Wsevolod W. Isajiw ed., Society in Transition. Social Change in Ukraine in Western Perspectives (Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2003), pp.21-52. Translated in Ukrayinske Suspilstvo Na Shliakhu Peretvoren: Zakhidna Interpetratsiya (Kyiv: KM Akademiya, 2004).
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  • Martyniuk, J. and Markus U., ‘Attitudes Prove to be a Major Obstacle in Economic Reform’, Transition, vol.2, no.18 (6 September 1996).
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  • Motyl, A.J., ‘Structural Constraints and Starting Points: The Logic of Systematic Change in Ukraine and Russia’, Comparative Politics, vol.29, no.4 (July 1997), pp.433-447.
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Youth Culture & Public Attitudes

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  • Gibson, James L., ‘The Resilience of Mass Support for Democratic Institutions and Processes in the Nascent Russian and Ukrainian Democracies’ in Tismaneanu, Vladimir (ed.)., Political Culture and Civil Society in Russia and the New States of Eurasia (Armonk, N.Y: M.E.Sharpe, 1995), pp.53-111.
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  • Golovakha, E. I. and Panina, N. V., ‘The Development of a Democratic Political Identity in Contemporary Ukrainian Political Culture’ in Farnen, Russell, F. (ed.)., Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Identity: Cross National and Comparative Perspectives (New Brunswick, N.J.:Transaction Books, 1994), pp.403-425.
  • Kuzio, T., ‘Civil Society, Youth and Societal Mobilization in Democratic Revolutions’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol.39, no.3 (September 2006), pp.365-386.
  • Miller, A. H., Hesli, V.L. and Reisinger, William M., ‘Comparing Citizen and Elite Belief Systems in Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine’, Public Opinion Quarterly, vol. 59, no.1 (Spring 1995), pp.1-40.
  • Miller, A.H., Klobucar, T.F., Reissinger, W.M., and Hesli, V.L., ‘Social Identities in Russia, Ukraine, and Lithuania’, Post-Soviet Affairs, vol.14, no.3 (July-September 1998), pp.248-286.
  • Miller, A.H., Klobucar, Thomas F., Reisinger, W.M., ‘Establishing Representation: Mass and Political Attitudes in Ukraine’ in Wolchik, S. L. and Zviglyanich, V., Ukraine. The Search for a National Identity (Lanham, Boulder: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2000), pp.213-236.
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  • Robinson, John P., Ger, T. Robert., Kurbanov, Erjan., McHale, Stephen and Slepenkov, Ivan., ‘Ethnonationalist and Political Attitudes Among Post-Soviet Youth: The Case of Russia and Ukraine’, Political Science and Politics, vol.26, no.3 (September 1993), pp.516-521.
  • Topalova, Viktoriya, ‘In Search of Heroes: Cultural Politics and Political Mobilization of Youths in Contemporary Russia and Ukraine’, Demokratizatsiya, vol.14, no.1 (Winter 2006), pp.23-41.