CORE CONCEPTUAL CONTRIBUTION: Henry E. Hale, Patronal Politics: Eurasian Regime Dynamics in Comparative Perspective (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015).

Henry E. Hale, “Introduction: Freeing Post-Soviet Regimes from the Procrustean Bed of Democracy Theory,” in Balint Magyar, ed., with an introduction by Henry E. Hale, Stubborn Structures - Reconceptualizing Post-Communist Regimes (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2019), pp.5-19.

Henry E. Hale, Maria Lipman, and Nikolay Petrov, “Russia’s Regime-on-the-Move,” Russian Politics, v.4, no.2, June 2019, pp.168-195.
Henry E. Hale, “Timing Is Everything: A Quantitative Study of Presidentialist Authoritarianism in Eurasia 1992-2016,” Post-Soviet Affairs, v.34, no.5, September 2018. 
Henry E. Hale, “Russian Patronal Politics Beyond Putin,” Daedalus, v.146, no.2, Spring 2017, pp.30-40.
Henry E. Hale and Robert W. Orttung, eds., Beyond the Euromaidan: Comparative Perspectives for Advancing Reform in Ukraine (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2016).
Henry E. Hale, “How Nationalism and Machine Politics Mix in Russia,” in Pål Kolstø and Helge Blakkisrud, eds., The New Russian Nationalism, 2000-2015: Imperialism, Ethnicity, Authoritarianism (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016), pp.221-248.

Henry E. Hale, “Caucasian Regime Dynamics in Comparative Perspective,” Taiwan Journal of Democracy, v.12, no.1, July 2016, pp.27-48.
Henry E. Hale, “Twenty-Five Years after the USSR: What’s Gone Wrong?Journal of Democracy, v.27, no.3, July 2016, pp.24-35.
Nikolay Petrov, Maria Lipman, and Henry E. Hale, “Three Dilemmas of Hybrid Regime Governance: Russia from Putin to Putin,” Post-Soviet Affairs, v.30, no.1, 2014, pp.1-26.
Henry E. Hale, “The Informal Politics of Formal Constitutions: Rethinking the Effects of ‘Presidentialism’ and ‘Parliamentarism’ in the Cases of Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, and Ukraine,” in Tom Ginsburg and Alberto Simpser, eds., Constitutions in Authoritarian Regimes (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp.218-44.

Henry E. Hale, “Did the Internet Break the Political Machine? Moldova’s 2009 ‘Twitter Revolution that Wasn’t,’” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, v.21, no.3, Fall 2013, pp.481-505.
Henry E. Hale, “Regime Change Cascades: What We Have Learned from the 1848 Revolutions to the 2011 Arab Uprisings,” Annual Review of Political Science, v.16, June 2013, pp.331-53.
Henry E. Hale, “Two Decades of Post-Soviet Regime Dynamics,” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, v.20, no.2, Spring 2012, pp.71-77.
Henry E. Hale, “Formal Constitutions in Informal Politics: Institutions and Democratization in Eurasia,” World Politics, v.63, no.4, October 2011, pp.581-617.
Henry E. Hale, “The Myth of Mass Russian Support for Autocracy: Public Opinion Foundations of a Hybrid Regime,” Europe-Asia Studies, v.63, no.8, October 2011, pp.1357-1375.
Henry E. Hale, “Hybrid Regimes: When Democracy and Autocracy Mix,” in Nathan Brown, ed., Dynamics of Democratization (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011), pp.23-45.
Henry E. Hale and Ivan Kurilla, eds., Rossiia “dvukhtysiachnykh”: stereoskopicheskii vzgliad (Russia in the 2000s: A Stereoscopic View) (Moscow: Planeta, 2011).
Henry E. Hale, “Eurasian Polities as Hybrid Regimes: The Case of Putin’s Russia,” Journal of Eurasian Studies, v.1, no.1, 2010, pp.33-41.
Henry E. Hale, “The Uses of Divided Power,” Journal of Democracy, v.21, no.3, July 2010, pp.84-98.

Henry E. Hale, “Correlates of Clientelism: Political Economy, Politicized Ethnicity, and Postcommunist Transition,” in Herbert Kitschelt and Steven Wilkinson, eds., Patrons, Clients, and Policies: Patterns of Democratic Accountability and Political Competition (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp.227-50.
Henry E. Hale, “Democracy or Autocracy on the March? The Colored Revolutions as Normal Dynamics of Patronal Presidentialism,” Communist and Post-Communist Studies, v.39, no.3, September 2006, pp.305-29.
Ildar Gabdrafikov and Henry E. Hale, “Bashkortostan’s Democratic Moment? Patronal Presidentialism, Regional Regime Change, and Identity in Russia,” chapter in Osamu Ieda and Uyama Tomohiko, eds., Reconstruction and Interaction of Slavic Eurasia and Its Neighboring Worlds (Sapporo, Japan: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 2006).
Henry E. Hale, “Regime Cycles: Democracy, Autocracy, and Revolution in Post-Soviet Eurasia,” World Politics, v.58, no.1, October 2005, pp.133-65.
Henry E. Hale, Timothy Colton, and Michael McFaul, “Putin and the ‘Delegative Democracy’ Trap: Evidence from Russia’s 2003-04 Elections,” Post-Soviet Affairs, v.20, no.4, October-December 2004, pp.285-319.
Henry E. Hale, “Explaining Machine Politics in Russia’s Regions: Economy, Ethnicity, and Legacy,” Post-Soviet Affairs, v.19, no.3, July-September 2003, pp.228-63.

Henry E. Hale, “Civil Society From Above? Statist and Liberal Models of State-Building in Russia,” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, v.10, no.3, Summer 2002, pp.306-321. 
Henry E. Hale, “Machine Politics and Institutionalized Electorates: A Comparative Analysis of Six Duma Races in Bashkortostan, Russia,” Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, v.15, no.4, December 1999, pp.70-110. 
Henry E. Hale, “Bashkortostan: The Logic of Ethnic Machine Politics and the Consolidation of Democracy,” in Timothy J. Colton and Jerry F. Hough (eds.) Growing Pains: Russian Democracy and the Election of 1993 (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1998) pp.599-636.

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