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Dr. Fabian Burkhardt

Political Science Research Group
Research Associate
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Description

Fabian Burkhardt is a comparative political scientist. His research interests are political institutions, such as executives and constitutions, in authoritarian regimes, with a regional focus on post-Soviet countries, in particular Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. At IOS in Regensburg, he conducts research on how digital transformation shapes post-Soviet authoritarian regimes. Since July 2020, he has been the editor of Russland- and Ukraine-Analysen. Burkhardt received his PhD in Political Science from the University of Bremen for the thesis “Presidential power and institutional change: A study on the presidency of the Russian Federation.” Before joining the IOS, he worked at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich), the Higher School of Economics (HSE Moscow), and the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP Berlin). His research has been published in journals such as Post-Soviet Affairs, Europe-Asia Studies, and Russian Politics.

Publications

Publikationen

Edited Volumes and Special Issues

Burkhardt, Fabian/Barbashin, Anton/Olga Irisova (Hrsg.): A Successful Failure. Russia after Crime(a). Warschau: The Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding, 2017. (Open Access)
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Journal Articles

Burkhardt, Fabian: DAS SYSTEM PUTIN Regimepersonalisierung in Russland und der Krieg gegen die Ukraine. In: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 72, 28-29, 2022, S. 35-41. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: In den Fängen des Krieges: Belarusisches Regime und Opposition [In the Grips of War: Belarusian Regime and Opposition]. In: Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West, 50, 8-9, 2022, S. 38-40. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Institutionalizing Personalism: The Russian Presidency after Constitutional Changes. In: Russian Politics, 6, 1, 2021, S. 50-70. (Journal with Impact Factor, Refereed Journal, Open Access)
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DOI: 10.30965/24518921-00601004

Burkhardt, Fabian: Institutionalising Authoritarian Presidencies: Polymorphous Power and Russia’s Presidential Administration. In: Europe-Asia Studies, 73, 3, 2021, S. 472-504. (Journal with Impact Factor, Refereed Journal, Open Access)
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DOI: 10.1080/09668136.2020.1749566

Burkhardt, Fabian/Rohava, Maryia: „Diktatur ist unser Markenzeichen“ - Belarus: Machtvertikale vs. horizontale Gesellschaft. In: Zeitschrift OSTEUROPA, 70, 10-11, 2020, S. 127-146. (Journal with Impact Factor, Open Access)
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DOI: 10.35998/oe-2020-0069

Burkhardt, Fabian: Moldova – Key Challenges and Political Developments. In: Südosteuropa-Mitteilungen, 60, 1-2, 2020, S. 147-159. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian/Libman, Alexander: The Tail Wagging the Dog? Top-Down and Bottom-Up Explanations for Bureaucratic Appointments in Authoritarian Regimes. In: Russian Politics, 3, 2, 2018, S. 239-259. (Journal with Impact Factor, Refereed Journal)
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DOI: 10.1163/2451-8921-00302005

Burkhardt, Fabian/Kluge, Janis: Kampf um das Eigentum. Staat und Wirtschaft in Russland. In: Zeitschrift OSTEUROPA, 68, 10-12, 2018, S. 175–187. (Journal with Impact Factor)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: The Institutionalization of Relative Advantage: Formal Institutions, Subconstitutional Presidential Powers, and the Rise of Authoritarian Politics in Russia, 1994–2012. In: Post-Soviet Affairs, 33, 6, 2017, S. 472-495. (Journal with Impact Factor, Refereed Journal)
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DOI: 10.1080/1060586X.2017.1388471

Burkhardt, Fabian: Neopatrimonialisierung statt Modernisierung. Deutsche Russlandpolitik plus russischer Otkat. In: Zeitschrift OSTEUROPA, 63, 8, 2013, S. 95-106. (Journal with Impact Factor)
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Chapters in Edited Volumes

Burkhardt, Fabian: Presidential Power in Putin’s Third Term: Was Crimea a Critical Juncture in Domestic Politics?. In: Burkhardt, Fabian/Barbashin, Anton/Olga Irisova (Hrsg.): A Successful Failure. Russia after Crime(a). Warschau, 2017, S. 119-141. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Belarus. In: Fruhstorfer, Anna/Hein, Michael (Hrsg.): Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe. Between Stability and Change. Wiesbaden: Springer, 2016, S. 463-493.
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-13762-5_19

Burkhardt, Fabian: Concepts of the Nation and Legitimation in Belarus. In: Brusis, Martin/Schulze Wessel, Martin/Ahrens, Joachim (Hrsg.): Politics and Legitimacy in Post-Soviet Eurasia. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, S. 148-171.
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DOI: 10.1057/9781137489449_7

Discussion Papers

Burkhardt, Fabian/Bescotti, Elia/Wittke, Cindy: Passportization, Diminished Citizenship Rights, and the Donbas Vote in Russia’s 2021 Duma Elections. In: TCUP Report; Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program Ukrainian Research Institute Harvard University 2022 (24 Pages). (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian/Kazakevich, Andrei/Shmatsina, Katsiaryna: Four scenarios for Belarus by the end of 2022. In: Policy Paper Arbeitskreis Belarus, Berlin: Arbeitskreis Belarus 2021. (Open Access)
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Online Publication/Blog posts

Burkhardt, Fabian/Dollbaum, Jan Matti: Belarus Votes – Or Not: Lukashenka’s Constitutional Reform from the Public’s Perspective. In: ZOiS Spotlight 6/2022, 2022. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian/Bescotti, Elia/Wittke, Cindy: Russlands Passportisierung des Donbas: Von einer eingeschränkten zu einer vollwertigen Staatsbürgerschaft?. In: Russland-Analysen, 2022. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian/Bescotti, Elia/Wittke, Cindy: What Makes a Citizen? Russia's Passportization of the Donbas. In: Russian Analytical Digest, 2022. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.3929/ethz-b-000533782

Burkhardt, Fabian: The Fog of War and Power Dynamics in Russia's Elite: Defections and Purges, or Simply Wishful Thinking?. In: Russian Analytical Digest, 2022. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.3929/ethz-b-000539633

Burkhardt, Fabian/Bescotti, Elia/Wittke, Cindy: Passportization. In: Verfassungsblog, 2022. (Open Access)
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DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.17176/20220323-121238-0

Burkhardt, Fabian: Passports as Pretext: How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Could Start. In: War on the Rocks, 2022. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Foolproofing Putinism, or Why Mikhail Mishustin Might Be One of the Most Ambitious Prime Ministers in Recent Russian History. In: Russian Analytical Digest, 2021. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.3929/ethz-b-000477859

Burkhardt, Fabian: Der Fall Memorial: Ist das „Ausländische Agenten“-Gesetz reformierbar?. In: Russland-Analysen, 2021. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian/Dollbaum, Jan Matti: Belarus vor dem Referendum 2022: Verfassungsreform und Protestbereitschaft. In: Belarus-Analysen, 2021. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.31205/BA.058.01

Burkhardt, Fabian: Verfassungsreform in Belarus: die EU und Russland setzen auf unterschiedliche Wege aus der Krise. In: Belarus-Analysen, 2020. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.31205/BA.052.03

Burkhardt, Fabian: The Institutionalization of Personalism? The Presidency and the President after Putin’s Constitutional Overhaul. In: Russian Analytical Digest, 2020. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.3929/ethz-b-000409840

Burkhardt, Fabian: The “2024 Putin transit” and Russia’s political future. In: Atlantic Community, 2020. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Executive politics in Russia in times of the pandemic: Shifting responsibility and blame as a technology of governance. In: Pex Network, 2020. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Russlands »Passportisierung« des Donbas. Die Masseneinbürgerung von Ukrainern ist nicht nur außenpolitisch begründet. In: SWP-Aktuell 2020/A 58, 2020. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.18449/2020A58

Burkhardt, Fabian/Noble, Ben/Petrov, Nikolay: Rebooting the State Council Increases Putin’s Power. In: Chatham House, 2020. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: The Standoff over Constitutional Reform in Belarus Leaves the EU and Russia on Opposite Sides of the Barricades. In: Russian Analytical Digest, 2020. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.3929/ethz-b-000446834

Burkhardt, Fabian: Russlands Krise der Repräsentation: politische Risiken vor dem großen Wahlzyklus 2021-2024. In: SWP Aktuell Nr. 53, 2019. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.18449/2019A53

Burkhardt, Fabian/Rohava, Maryia: Verfassungspolitik und nationale Souveränität in Belarus. In: Belarus-Analysen, 2019. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian/Dollbaum, Jan Matti: Der Bolotnaja-Prozess. In: Lexikon der Politischen Strafprozesse, 2018. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: The non-campaign of the 2018 presidential election in Russia. In: Presidential Power Blog, 2018. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian/Kluge, Janis: Generalprobe für Russlands Präsidentschaftswahlen. Moskau stärkt seine Kontrolle über Gouverneure und regionale Finanzen. In: SWP-Aktuell 2017/A 66, 2017. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Securitization“ von Geschichte? Russlands Archivagentur Rosarchiv in der Präsidentenvertikale. In: Erinnerungskulturen. Erinnerung und Geschichtspolitik im östlichen und südöstlichen Europa, 2016. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Ordnung der Macht. Die Generation Anton Wainos und Russlands techno-bürokratischer Autoritarismus. In: Russland-Analysen, 2016. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Gesetze wie heiße Piroggen – Geschichtspolitik und legislative Aktivität in der ukrainischen Rada. In: Erinnerungskulturen. Erinnerung und Geschichtspolitik im östlichen und südöstlichen Europa, 2015. (Open Access)
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Burkhardt, Fabian: Externe Einflüsse auf den ukrainischen Reformprozess: Wer bekommt was, wann und wie?. In: Ukraine-Analysen, 2015. (Open Access)
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DOI: 10.31205/UA.148.03

Burkhardt, Fabian: Die Ukraine-Krise in den deutschen Talkshows. In: Ukraine-Analysen, 2014. (Open Access)
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Curriculum vitae

Professional Career
  • Research associate in the Political Science Research Group at the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg / editor of Russland-Analysen and Ukraine-Analysen, since 07/2020 
  • Research Associate, Eastern Europe and Eurasia Division, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP Berlin), 04/2019—06/2020 
  • Postdoctoral researcher, International Center for the Study of Institutions and Development, National Research University "Higher School of Economics" (Moscow), 09/2018—04/2019 
  • Guest Researcher, Research Division Eastern Europe and Eurasia, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP Berlin), 01—12/2017 
  • Research Associate, Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, LMU Munich (funded by DFG), 11/2013—08/2016 
  • Member, Research Network Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe, 10/2013—10/2016 
  • Research Associate, Geschwister Scholl Institute of Political Science, LMU Munich, Research Network Institutions and Institutional Change in Postsocialism (funded by the BMBF), 04/2012—10/2013
Education
  • Studies of Russian and English languages, law, political science and Russian Studies in Heidelberg, St. Petersburg, Hagen, and London, 2005—2011 
  • Scholarship holder, Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Munich (funded by DFG), 08/2016—05/2017 
  • Conclusion of doctoral studies (Dr. rer. pol.) at the University of Bremen, doctoral project conducted at the Research Centre for East European Studies: Presidential power and institutional change: A study on the presidency of the Russian Federation, 08/2018 

Projects

Projekte

Completed Projects
  • Online survey in Belarus on protests, political attitudies, digital participation, and constitutional reform. Funded by the IMPULSE grant of the University of Bremen (with Jan Matti Dollbaum), 04—12/2021

Teachings

Winter term 2018/19
  • Research Seminar. Master’s program; Faculty of Social Sciences; program "Politics. Economics. Philosophy", National Research University “Higher School of Economics”
Summer term 2015
  • Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft (BA Politikwissenschaft). Regierungssysteme im Vergleich (westliche und ostmitteleuropäische Demokratien), Übung, Geschwister-Scholl-Institut für Politikwissenschaft, LMU München
  • Übung Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft (BA Politikwissenschaft). Regierungssysteme im Vergleich (westliche und ostmitteleuropäische Demokratien), Geschwister-Scholl-Institut für Politikwissenschaft, LMU München

Presentations

2022
  • From passportization to full-scale war? Russia’s forced naturalization of Ukrainians Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 18.11.2022.
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  • Publishing workshop for graduate students (together with Katharina Kucher) Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 16.11.2022.
  • Personalization in Authoritarian Regimes and Russia's War against Ukraine Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 15.11.2022.
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  • Discussant of the panel "Power Elites in Russia and Eurasia". 54th ASEEES Annual Convention Chicago, IL, 12.11.2022.
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  • Electronic Voting under Authoritarianism: Evidence from the 2021 Russian State Duma Elections. 54th ASEEES Annual Convention Chicago, IL, 11.11.2022.
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  • “Conducting Online Surveys in Authoritarian Belarus: From Idea to Implementation”. Workshop "Open Access & Digital Humanities for Historical Research" University of Regensburg and Panteion University of Political and Social Sciences, Regensburg, 05.10.2022.
  • “Russia's 'Passportization' of Occupied Territories in Ukraine: Goals, Implementation, Consequences” (online). Kharkiv International Legal Forum Research Center for Transitional Justice, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, 04.10.2022.
  • Die russische Zivilgesellschaft in Kriegszeiten - alles hoffnungslos oder letzte Hoffnung?. Podiumsdiskussion im Salon Luitpold organisiert von der Europäische Akademie Bayern und der Thomas Dehler Stiftung Salon Luitpold, München, 27.09.2022.
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  • Studying passportization and electronic voting in the Donbas from the ground floor: A research note. Workshop "The future of social research in and on Russia and Ukraine" Institute for Advanced Study (Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg), Delmenhorst, 20.09.2022.
  • Electronic Voting under Authoritarianism: Evidence from the 2021 Russian State Duma Elections. Workshop “Digital politics in authoritarian and hybrid regimes: Is Russia’s war against Ukraine a critical juncture?” Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg, 18.08.2022.
  • Kommentar Panel 11: Politolinguistik, politische Ideologien und Prozesse im postsowjetischen Russland. 29. Tagung Junger Osteuropa-Expert*innen (JOE) Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena, 03.07.2022.
  • Electronic Voting Under Authoritarianism: Evidence from Russia and Belarus. ASN World Convention (online). Columbia University, 04.05.2022.
  • The War and Russia’s Political Elite. Online Roundtable (online). Chatham House, London, 03.05.2022.
  • Lukashenka’s constitutional plebiscite and the polarization of Belarusian society. BASEES Annual Conference 2022 (online). University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 09.04.2022.
  • „Putin: Der schwache starke Mann Russlands?. Tagung „Starke Männer – Figuren disruptiver Politik in transnationaler Perspektive“ (online). Sonderforschungsbereich 948 "Helden, Heroisierungen, Heroismen", Universität Freiburg, Freiburg, 24.03.2022.
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  • Zeitenwende: Russlands Krieg gegen die Ukraine. Eine Länderanalyse zur Ukraine und Russland (online). Landeszentrale für politische Bildung Bremen und Forschungsstelle Osteuropa / Research Centre for East European Studies, Bremen, 14.03.2022.
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  • The End of “Authoritarian Constitutionalism”: The Case of Russia’s 2020 Constitutional Changes. 8th Conference of the AK Politics and Law of the Deutsche Vereinigung für Politikwissenschaft: "Autocratic Constitutionalism" (online). University of Potsdam, 24.02.2022.
  • Deepening the Societal Divide? Political Attitudes towards Constitutional Reform in Belarus among Regime Supporters and Opponents. 7th Annual ‘Belarusian Studies in the 21st Century’ Conference (online). School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, London, 18.02.2022.
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2021
  • Protest and Constitutional Reform in Belarus. Fachgespräch des Arbeitskreises Belarus Arbeitskreis Belarus, virtuell, 15.12.2021.
  • Kinship Networks and Russia’s Bureaucratic Elite: Political Dynasties in Non-Hereditary Authoritarian Regimes. ICCEES World Congress International Council for Central and East European Studies, virtuell, 05.08.2021.
  • Panelist bei den „6. Saarbrücker Russland-Gespräche“. Podiumsdiskussion Europäische Akademie Otzenhausen, virtuell, 03.08.2021.
  • Contested Sovereignty and Diminished Citizenship: Russia’s “Passportization” of the Donbas in Comparative Perspective (with Cindy Wittke, Maryna Rabinovych and Elia Bescotti). Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) World Convention Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN), virtuell, 06.05.2021.
  • Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and Russia’s Digital Transformation. Chatham House Expert Meeting Chatham House, virtuell, 09.04.2021.
  • Starker Staat, schwacher Staat? Governance im autoritären Russland. Master Applied History University of Zurich, virtuell, 20.03.2021.
2020
  • Neue Medien in alten Autokratien DGO/Dekabristen e.V., Berlin, 03.10.2020.
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  • Bolsche dawlenija? Bolsche kooperazii? Wjso kak preschde? Nowaja politika Germanii w otnoschenii Rossii posle pokuschenija na Nawalnogo i wyborow w Belarusi [Mehr Druck? Mehr Zusammenarbeit? Weiter wie bisher? Deutschlands neue Russlandpolitik nach dem Anschlag auf Nawalny und den Wahlen in Belarus] Europäischer Austausch, Zoom, 24.09.2020.
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  • Verfassungsreferendum in Russland Junge DGO, Zoom, 08.07.2020.
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  • Verfassungsreferendum in Russland Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft Frieden und Internationales, Bündnis 90 Die Grünen, Online, 08.07.2020.
  • „Der ewige Putin? Verfassungsreform und Regimetransformation in Russland" Universität Bremen/Bundesverband Sicherheitspolitik an Hochschulen (BSH), Zoom, 03.07.2020.
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  • Der ewige Putin? Verfassungsreform und Regimetransformation in Russland Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, Zoom, 03.07.2020.
  • Russia’s Social Media Influence in Ukraine. Joint Workshop of Democracy Reporting International and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP Berlin) Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP Berlin), virtuell, 11.06.2020.
  • Constitutional Changes and Regime Transformation in Russia. Russian Domestic Politics Working Group Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP Berlin), virtuell, 27.05.2020.
2019
  • Digital transformation in Russia. (In)capacity to change in times of political stagnation. Working Group Russia Annual Meeting Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP Berlin), Berlin, 10.12.2019.
  • Portfolio allocation under authoritarianism: evidence from Russia. Workshop "Quality of Governance and the Legacy of Socialism" University of Bremen, Bremen, 25.10.2019.
  • The Internet and Protests in Russia. Russian Domestic Politics Working Group Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP Berlin), Berlin, 24.10.2019.
  • Performance Management and the Implementation of Landmark Executive Orders: Evidence from Russia’s 2012 May Decrees. ECPR General Conference University of Wrocław, Wrocław, 04.09.2019.
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  • Portfolio allocation under authoritarianism: evidence from Russia (with Julia Fleischer). APSA Annual Meeting American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., 29.08.2019.
  • Performance Management and the Implementation of Landmark Executive Orders: Evidence from Russia’s 2012 May Decrees. Annual ICSID-EACES workshop National Research University "Higher School of Economics", Moskau, 13.06.2019.
  • Performance Management and the Implementation of Landmark Executive Orders: Evidence from Russia’s 2012 May Decrees. Workshop “Policy Process and Social-Economic Structure in Russia and Ukraine” University of Hokkaido, Sapporo, 11.03.2019.
  • Fathers and Sons. Kinship Networks, Property Rights and Regime Reproduction in the Russian Federation. Workshop “Political and Economic Elites in Russia and Ukraine” Keio University, Tokyo, 07.03.2019.
2018
  • Kinship Networks and Russia’s Bureaucratic Elite: Dynasties in Non-Hereditary Authoritarian Regimes. BASEES Uppsala conference Uppsala University, Uppsala, 14.09.2018.
  • Fathers and Sons. Kinship Networks, Property Rights and Regime Reproduction in the Russian Federation. Workshop: Comparative Studies of Russian and Ukrainian Political and Economic Elites Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, 16.02.2018.
2017
  • The Institutional Presidency and the Power Vertical: Regime Stabilization by Institutionalization of the Presidential Administration in the Russian Federation 1994-2012. Panel on “Executive Politics in Post-Soviet Eurasia”, BASEES Annual Conference Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 01.04.2017.
2016
  • The Institutional Presidency and the Power Vertical: Regime Stabilization by Institutionalization of the Presidential Administration in the Russian Federation 1994-2012. First German-Russian Workshop on Institutional Change „Institutional Reform in Post-Communist States: Obstacles, Resistance, Failures“ Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, 13.10.2016.
  • Measuring Subconstitutional Change of Presidential Power in the Russian Federation 1994 - 2012. European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference University of Prague, Prag, 08.09.2016.
  • Presidential Power and Agenda-setting in the Russian Federation: The Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly 1994 - 2012. Comparative Presidentialism seminar on Paraconstitutional Practices and Informal Institutions St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, 25.02.2016.
2015
  • Presidential Power and Institutional Change in the Russian Federation: Accumulation, Deinstitutionalization or Signaling?. Research seminar at the Research Center for East European Studies at the University of Bremen Research Center for East European Studies at the University of Bremen, Bremen, 13.11.2015.
  • Presidential Power and Institutional Change in the Russian Federation. BISA PGN Annual Conference King’s College London, London, 30.03.2015.
2014
  • Regime Durability and Legitimacy: The Consolidation of National Identity in Belarus. The Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) 2014 World Convention Columbia University, Harriman Institute, New York, 24.04.2014.
  • Presidential Power and Center-Periphery Relations in Russia 1991-2012: Does Institutional Change Have an Effect on the Recruitment of Presidential Representatives?. KomPost-Workshop Elite Networks in Russia and Ukraine - Change, Structures and Political Role Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin, Berlin, 14.02.2014.
2013
  • Neopatrimonialization instead of Modernization. Germany’s Policy Towards Russia plus Russian Otkat. Research Seminar "German - Russian relations in a Wider Europe: Interdisciplinary Facets Osteuropa-Institut der Freien Universität Berlin, Berlin, 22.11.2013.
  • Executive-Legislative Relations in the Russian Constitutional Discourse: The Making of non-Western Constitutionalism, (with Petra Stykow). KomPost-Workshop LMU München, München, 26.03.2013.
2011
  • Medvedev’s Conservative Modernization. A Hegemonic Discourse Analysis. German-Russian Conference for Young Scholars Department of International Relations, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, 16.12.2011.

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