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Susanne WengleSusanne Wengle

Assistant Professor of Political Science
(PhD, University of California, Berkeley) 
415 Decio Hall
574-631-4734
email: susanne.wengle@nd.edu
http://politicalscience.nd.edu/faculty/faculty-list/susanne-wengle/

Geographic focus: Russia

Research interests: Politics of markets regulations, comparative and international political economy, post-Soviet transitions, food and agricultural systems; comparative politics

Current research: Agriculture and food production in Russia and the US, with aim of understanding how regulatory regimes shape food systems

Selected publications:

Post-Soviet Power: State-led Development and Russia’s Marketization (Cambridge University Press, 2015)

“Political Economy of Food in the US and Russia,” in K. Fitzpatrick and D. Willis, eds., Place-Based Perspectives of Food (Palgrave/MacMillan, 2015)
 
“When Experimentalist Governance Meets Science-Based Regulations: The Case of Food Safety Regulations,” Regulation & Governance (online 2015/print forthcoming)

“Engineers versus Managers: Experts, Market-Making and State-Building in Putin’s Russia,” Economy and Society 41, 3 (2012)

“Post-Soviet Developmentalism and the Political Economy of Russia's Electricity Sector Liberalization,” Studies in Comparative International Development 47, 1 (2012)


 

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