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The Center for Comparative Socio-Economic and Political Studies (CCSEPS) (until May 2016 - Center for Comparative Socio-economic and Socio-political Studies) was founded on the basis of the Department for Socio-political Studies of Developed Capitalist Countries.
For many years is was headed by German Dilighensky (1930-2002) – a distinguished Russian scholar, founder of “social and political psychology” and of the research school known today as the "Dilighensky’s school". In 1993, a group of researchers from the Institute of Employment Problems headed by Leonid Gordon and Eduard Klopov (known for their studies of the labour market and labour relations) joined the Center.
Until February 2016, CCSEPS was headed by professor Nikita Zagladin, Dr. Hist. (1951-2016).
The Center conducts research in the following areas of study:
- key trends of socio-economic and political development in Europe (comparative cross-country analysis) with special attention to Russia;
- dynamics of political and social institutions and identities in the context of a transforming world order;
- theoretical and methodological problems of conceptualizing identity as a resource of social development.
Grants provided by the Russian Foundation for Humanities
Research grant “Integration of Migrants with Different Cultural Backgrounds: Prospects of Interculturalism” (2016-2018).
Head: Dr. Sc. (Econ.) Irina Tsapenko
Grants provided by the Russian Science Foundation
Research grant “Regulating Interethnic Relations and Managing Ethnic and Social Conﬂicts in the Contemporary World: the Resource Potential of Civic Identity (a Comparative Political Analysis)” (2015-2017)
Head: Dr. Sc. (Pol. Sc.) Irina Semenenko
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