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Margarita Zavadskaya holds a Ph.D. in Social and Political Sciences from the European University Institute (Fiesole, Italy, 2017). She has worked at the Electoral Integrity Project (Universities of Harvard and Sydney, 2015), the European University at St. Petersburg (2016-2022), and the Aleksanteri Institute at the University of Helsinki (2018-2022) as a researcher and lecturer. From 2019 to 2022, Margarita served as PI for the research project ‘Electoral Malpractice, Cybersecurity and its Political Consequences in Russian and Beyond (ElMaRB)’.

Margarita has broadly published on the role of elections in authoritarian states, mass protests and public opinion in such journals as Democratization, East European Politics, Post-Soviet Affairs, Russian Politics, Europe-Asia Studies and many others. She is editor of the book Politics of the Pandemic: Blame Game and Governance in Russian and Central-Eastern Europe (forthcoming) and co-editor of Electoral Integrity and Political Regimes: Actors, Strategies and Consequences (Routledge, 2018) and co-author of the articles When the party’s over: political blame attribution under an electoral authoritarian regime (Post-Soviet Affairs, 2020) and Rise and fall: social science in Russia before and after the war (Post-Soviet Affairs, 2023). Currently, Margarita focuses on the political impact of Russian emigration in receiving countries, including the EU states, under the auspices of the OutRush research project.

Expertis

Auktoritära stater, massprotester och den allmänna opinionen

Examen

Social- och statsvetenskap, Ph.D., European University Institute
Statsvetenskap, magisterexamen, Europeiska universitetet i Sankt Petersburg

Språkkunskaper

engelska, ryska, franska, polska (arbetsspråk), finska, italienska, spanska, tyska (passiv färdighet)


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Expertis

Auktoritära stater, massprotester och den allmänna opinionen

Examen

Social- och statsvetenskap, Ph.D., European University Institute
Statsvetenskap, magisterexamen, Europeiska universitetet i Sankt Petersburg

Språkkunskaper

engelska, ryska, franska, polska (arbetsspråk), finska, italienska, spanska, tyska (passiv färdighet)

Välj kategori

Minaeva, Eleonora; Rumiantseva, Aleksandra & Zavadskaya, Margarita (2023). From local elections to appointments: How has municipal reform changed vote delivery in Russian municipalities? Electoral Studies, 85.