240 pp., 6.125 x 9.25, 22 graphs, 1 table, notes, bibl., index
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-4696-4066-2
Published: March 2018
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-4067-9
Published: February 2018
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-6391-3
Published: February 2021
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Explaining the economic policies that underwrote Putin’s two-decades-long rule, Miller shows how, at every juncture, Putinomics has served Putin’s needs by guaranteeing economic stability and supporting his accumulation of power. Even in the face of Western financial sanctions and low oil prices, Putin has never been more relevant on the world stage.
About the Author
Chris Miller is assistant professor of international history in the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
For more information about Chris Miller, visit the Author Page.
"An engrossing read . . . easily readable and digestible. . . . It is rare to wish that a book were longer. Essential reading for anyone seeking not only an understanding, but an underlying logic to what can often seem like the black box of policy making in the Kremlin."--Slavic Review
"Miller challenges the popular notion that Russian President Vladimir Putin's entire talent lies in using corruption to sustain a kleptocratic authoritarian regime. . . . [A] short and admirably clear book."--Robert Legvold, Foreign Affairs
“Chris Miller has written a more nuanced study of the contemporary Russian economy than one might expect in the present intellectual climate.”--The Herald
“Understanding the internal dynamics of contemporary Russia is more important than ever. Putinomics is a valuable contribution to that task.”--Financial Times
“With a thumbs-up on his metrics and sympathies, Miller’s effort represents a solid contribution to literature and readers’ understanding.”--Choice
“Clear explanations and sophisticated nuance can be seen throughout the book. Each chapter provides a compelling description and explanation of the key events in the Putin era and regularly dispels common simplifications or stereotypes about Putin’s policies.”--H-Net Reviews