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Stefan Hedlund
Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Uppsala University
Box 514, 751 20 Uppsala, Sweden
+ 46 (0) 18 471 1699
[email protected]
www.stefanhedlund.com
EDUCATION
PhD, Economics, Lund University, 1983
Master of Arts, Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1977
Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Lund University, 1976
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
Research Director, Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies, 2010-present
Professor, Soviet and East European Studies, 1990-present
Research Fellow, Department of Soviet and East European Studies, 1984-1985
Assistant Professor, Soviet and East European Studies, fall 1984
Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Associate Professor, Economics, 1988-1990
Assistant Professor, Economics, 1985-1988
Research Fellow, Department of Economics, 1984-1985
Lecturer, Department of Economics, 1978-1983
Bureau of Soviet and East European Affairs, Stockholm, Sweden
Senior Analyst, fall 1983
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Visiting Lecturer, Economics, 1981
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Monographs in English
Putin’s Energy Agenda: The Contradictions of Russia’s Resource Wealth, Boulder: Lynne
Rienner Publishers, 2014.
Invisible Hands, Russian Experience, and Social Science: Approaches to Understanding
Systemic Failure, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011; paperback, 2013.
Russia since 1980: Wrestling with Westernization, New York: Cambridge University Press,
2008 (with Steven Rosefielde).
Russian Path Dependence, London: Routledge, 2005; paperback, 2012.
Russia’s “Market” Economy: A Bad Case of Predatory Capitalism, London: UCL Press, 1999.
The Baltic States and the End of the Soviet Empire, London: Routledge, 1993 (with Kristian
Gerner).
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Ideology as a Determinant of Economic Systems, Scandinavian Institute of African Studies,
Research Report No. 84, Uppsala, 1989 (with Mats Lundahl).
Ideology and Rationality in the Soviet Model, London: Routledge, 1989 (with Kristian
Gerner).
Private Agriculture in the Soviet Union, London: Routledge, 1989.
Crisis in Soviet Agriculture, London: Croom Helm, 1984.
Monographs in Swedish
Institutionell
teori:
ekonomiska
Studentlitteratur, 2007.
aktörer,
spelregler
och
samhällsnormer,
Lund:
Århundradets brott: historien om hur Jeltsins män plundrade Ryssland, Stockholm: Fischer,
2001.
Rysslands ekonomiska reformer: en studie i politisk ekonomi, Stockholm: SNS, 1996 (with
Niclas Sundström).
Hjärnridån: det europeiska projektet och det gåtfulla Ryssland, Stockholm: Fischer, 1995
(with Kristian Gerner and Niclas Sundström).
Hur många Ryssland efter Sovjet?, Stockholm: Fischer, 1993.
Öststatsekonomi (revised edition), Lund: Dialogos, 1992.
Östeuropas kris: Ekonomi, ekologi och möjliga svenska insatser, Stockholm, 1990.
Öststatsekonomi, Lund: Dialogos, 1986.
Beredskap eller protektionism: en studie av beredskapsmålet i svensk jordbrukspolitik,
Malmö: Liber, 1985 (with Mats Lundahl).
Edited Volumes
Power and Legitimacy – Challenges from Russia, London: Routledge, 2012 (with Per-Arne
Bodin and Elena Namli).
Festskrift till Anders Fogelklou, Uppsala: Iustus, 2008 (with Åke Frändberg and Torben
Spaak).
Efter Sovjet: Tankar kring ett imperium i upplösning, Stockholm: Nerenius & Santérus, 1992.
Incentives and Economic Systems: Proceedings of the Eighth Arne Ryde Symposium,
Frostavallen, August 26-27, 1985, London: Croom Helm, 1987.
Book Chapters
“Economic Reform under Putin 2.0: Will Petrodollars Suffice to Keep the Ship Afloat?” in:
Stephen J. Blank (ed.), Politics and Economics in Putin’s Russia, Carlisle Barracks, PA:
Strategic Studies Institute, 2013.
“Legitimacy of Power and Security of Property,” in: Per-Arne Bodin, Stefan Hedlund and
Elena Namli (eds.), Power and Legitimacy – Challenges from Russia, London: Routledge,
2012.
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“The Property Rights Hurdle: Reconciling EU and Russian Traditions,” in: John Pickles (ed.),
Globalization and Regionalization in Socialist and Post-Socialist Economies, Basingstoke:
Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
“When the Law Came up Short,” in: Frändberg, Åke, Stefan Hedlund and Torben Spaak
(eds.), Festskrift till Anders Fogelklou, Uppsala: Iustus, 2008.
“Mozjno li prava sobstvennosti zasjtjitit zakonom?,” in: Rol konstitutsionnych sudov v
obespetjenii prava sobstvennosti: Sbornik dokladov, Moskva: Institut prava i publitjnoi
politiki, 2001.
“Tio år som skakade världen: om ryska kleptokrater förr och nu,” in: Karlsson, Klas-Göran
(ed.), Östeuropa vid skiljevägen, Moheda: Fontes, 1995.
“Den ryska kolonialismens etniska dimension,” in: Karlsson, Klas-Göran (ed.), Det
förvandlade Östeuropa, Moheda: Fontes, 1993.
“Private Plots as a System Stabilizer,” in: Wädekin, Karl-Eugen (ed.), Communist Agriculture:
Farming in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, London: Routledge, 1990.
“Kan bönder styras? Det tanzaniska jordbrukets problem,” in: Drangert, Jan-Olof &
Wassgren, Hans (eds.), Tanzania: krisens ekonomi. Stockholm: Svensk
volontärsamverkan, 1987 (med Mats Lundahl).
“Soft Options in Central Control,” in: Hedlund, Stefan (ed.), Incentives and Economic
Systems: Proceedings of the Eighth Arne Ryde Symposium, Frostavallen, August 26-27,
1985, London: Croom Helm, 1987.
“On the Socialization of Labor in Rural Cooperation,” in: Lundahl, Mats (ed.), The Primary
Sector in Economic Development: Proceedings of the Seventh Arne Ryde Symposium,
Frostavallen, August 29-30, 1983, London: Croom Helm, 1985.
Journal Articles
“Vladimir Putin Back in the Kremlin: Time to Forget about Russian Modernization?” (in
Chinese), Russian Studies, no. 2.
“Rents, Rights and Service: Boyar Economic and the Putin Transition,” Problems of PostCommunism, vol. 55, no. 4, 2008.
“Such a Beautiful Dream: How Russia did not become a Market Economy,” Russian Review,
vol. 67, no. 2, 2008.
“Professor Gerschenkron Goes to Brussels: Russian Catch-up Economics and the Common
European Space,” European Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 3, no. 1, 2006.
“Vladimir the Great, Grand Prince of Muscovy: Resurrecting the Russian Service State,”
Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 58, no. 5, 2006.
“Can They Go back and Fix it? Reflections on Some Historical Roots of Russia’s Economic
Troubles,” Acta Slavica Iaponica, Tomus XX, 2003.
“Can Property Rights be Protected by Law?,” East European Constitutional Review, vol. 10,
no 1, 2001.
“Property without Rights: Dimensions of Russian Privatization,” Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 53,
no. 2, 2001.
“Russia and the IMF: A Sordid Tale of Moral Hazard,” Demokratizatsiya, vol. 9, no. 1, 2001.
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“Will the Russian Economy Revive under Putin?,” Problems of Post-Communism, vol. 48, no.
2, 2001.
“Path Dependence in Russian Policy Making: Constraints on Putin’s Economic Choice,” PostCommunist Economies, vol. 12, no. 4, 2000.
“Russia’s Oligarchs Stole the State Machinery,” Transition, vol. 10, no. 4, 1999.
“Does Palermo Represent the Future for Moscow?,” Journal of Public Policy, vol. 16, no. 2,
1996 (with Niclas Sundström).
“The Russian Economy after Systemic Change,” Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 48, no. 6, 1996
(with Niclas Sundström).
“The Attraction of Extraction: Three Cases of State versus Peasantry,” Scandia, no. 1, 1989
(with Mats Lundahl and Carl Hampus Lyttkens).
“Perestroika in Soviet Agriculture,” Nordic Journal for Soviet and East European Studies, no.
2, 1989.
“Exit, Voice and Loyalty - Soviet Style,” Coexistence, vol. 26, no. 2.
“Soviet Union: The Anomaly of Private-Cum-Socialist Agriculture,” American Journal of
Agricultural Economics, vol. 70, no. 2.
“Agricultural Credit in Tanzania - A Peasant Perspective,” Savings and Development, vol. 11,
no. 4 (with Mats Lundahl, Haidari Amani and Lucian Msambichaka).
“Die polnische Dauerkrise,” Osteuropa, vol. 38, no. 5 (with Kristian Gerner).
“Emergency Considerations in Swedish Agriculture: A Retrospective Look,” European Review
of Agricultural Economics, no. 1, 1986 (with Mats Lundahl).
“Soviet Agricultural Policy and the Myth of the Private Plot,” Nordic Journal for Soviet and
East European Studies, no. 4, 1984 (with Harald Ståhlberg).
“Andropov’s Agricultural Policy: Three Dead Ends,” Nordic Journal for Soviet and East
European Studies, no. 2, 1984.
“Linking Efforts and Rewards: the Zveno System of Collective Farming,” Economics of
Planning, no. 2, 1982 (with Mats Lundahl).
Reviews
Graham, Loren (2007), Moscow Stories, Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University
Press. Published in: Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 59, no. 6.
Marsh, Christopher (2005), Unparalleled Reforms: China’s Rise, Russia’s Fall, and the
Interdependence of Transition, Oxford: Lexington Books. Published in: Russian Review,
vol. 66, no. 1.
Crosston, Matthew (2004), Shadow Separatism: Implications for Democratic Consolidation,
Aldershot: Ashgate. Published in: Slavic Review, vol. 65, no. 2.
Rosefielde, Steven (2005), Russia in the 21th Century: The Prodigal Superpower,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Published in: Russian Review, vol. 64, no. 4.
Stone, Randall W. (2002), Lending Credibility: The International Monetary Fund and the
Post-Communist Transition, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Published in:
Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 55, no. 5.
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Frye, Timothy (2000), Brokers and Bureaucrats: Building Market Institutions in Russia, Ann
Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press. Published in: American Political Science
Review, vol. 96, no. 1.
Reddaway, Peter and Dmitry Glinski (2001), The Tragedy of Russia’s Reforms: Market
Bolshevism against Democracy, Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press.
Published in: Europe-Asia Studies, vol. 54, no. 1.
SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
“Modernizing Russia, Gangnam Style”, ASEEES 45th Annual Convention, Boston, MA,
November 2013.
“Do ‘Color Revolutions’ Really Happen? Mixed Evidence from Russia,” International
Conference Russia's Winter of Discontent. Taking Stock of Changing State-Society
Relationships, UCRS, Uppsala, Sweden, September 2013.
“Can Russia Survive 12 More Years of Putin?” ASEEES 44th Annual Convention, New Orleans,
LA, November 2012.
“What Happened? Has Civil Society Emerged in Russia?” Workshop Changing State-Society
Relationships in Russia, Aleksanteri Institute, Helsinki, Finland, October 2012.
“Economic Reform under Putin 2.0: Will Petrodollars Suffice to Keep the Ship Afloat?”
Strategic Studies Institute Conference, US Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle,
PA, USA, May 2012.
“Fiscal Implications of the Race for Power in the Kremlin,” ASEEES 43rd Annual Convention,
Washington, DC, November 2011.
“Medvedev’s Boyars and the Struggle for Power and Position,” ASEEES 42nd Annual
Convention, Los Angeles, CA, November 2010.
“After the Crash: Finding Post-Putin Pathways,” AAASS 41st Annual Convention, Boston, MA,
November 2010.
GRANTS AND AWARDS
Visiting scholar, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (German Institute for International and
Security Affairs), Berlin, fall semester 2014.
Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation, funding (300,000 SEK) for the international
conference “What Have We Learned from the Soviet Archives?” May 10-11, 2013.
Visiting scholar, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington
University, Washington, D.C., March-April 2011.
Anna Lindh fellow, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, December 2009.
Short-term scholar, Kennan Institute, Washington, D.C., April 2008.
Fellowship, Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, spring
semester 2007.
Short-term scholar, Kennan Institute, Washington, D.C., October 2003.
Fellowship, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 2001/2002 (winter).
Fellowship, Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, fall
semester 2000.
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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Member: Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Swedish Cruising
Association, Swedish Sea Rescue Society, Swedish Society for Nature Conservation.
MISCELLANEOUS
I have published more than 300 op-ed pieces in various newspapers, and contributed more
than 160 reports to the Geopolitical Information Service website at www.geopoliticalinfo.com.
Revised: June 2014
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