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lecture in Edinburgh

15th May 2003

Dear members,
Our sister organisation in Scotland has asked us to let you know about this lecture which may be of interest to some of our members:
EDINBURGH:
“Reforming the Russian Civil Service”
Alexander Obolonsky, Institute of State and Law, Russian Academy of Sciences
12 pm, Wednesday 21 May 2003, Room 332, Adam Ferguson Building, George Square
Edinburgh University, Dept of Politics Research Seminar Series

Alexander Obolonsky is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of State and Law, Moscow and a visiting British Academy Fellow. He is a specialist in the fields of public administration and theory and history of state and law, is currently conducting research into British civil service reforms under the Labour government and advising the Russian government on civil
service reform. Recent publications include The Drama of Russian Political History:
The System against Individuality (Texas A & M Press, 2003) and Bureaucracy for the 21st Century? (Delo, Moscow, 2002).

With best wishes
Anna

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