University of Connecticut Department of Economics has links to economics departments, research centers and institutes in universities as well as finance ministries, statistical offices, central banks, think tanks and other non-profit institutes where mainly economists work. Alphabetical list by country. Over 260 entries for Russia.
This site attempts to take both a broader and a more focused look at the idea of information literacy. It seeks to ascertain and enunciate the core literacies or competencies students and scholars of Slavic are expected to demonstrate (or at least possess) in order to be productive members of the field. It focuses on those literacies and competencies that are often taken for granted, but which must be acquired outside of the usual scholarly or educational channels (especially the professional, technology, and library literacies).
This digital collection represents imprints from the Russian holdings of the Cotsen Children’s Library. All of the selections in this group were produced between 1918 and 1938 and present examples of the visual and verbal idioms artists and authors used to address the country’s children and youth in the first two decades after the October Revolution.
The Electronic Archive “Project for the Study of Dissidence and Samizdat” (PSDS) includes the database of Soviet samizdat periodicals, electronic editions of selected samizdat journals, illustrated timelines of dissident movements, and interviews with activists.
American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages exists to advance the study and promote the teaching of Slavic and East European languages, literatures, and cultures on all educational levels
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies is a nonprofit, non-political, scholarly society, and the leading private organization in the world dedicated to the advancement of knowledge about the former Soviet Union (including Eurasia) and Eastern and Central Europe.
Independent nonprofit organization, with register offices in Brussels, Kiev, Prague, Moscow and New York. Founded: October 1981. Serves as a public policy catalyst, working with leaders of Central-South Eastern Europe and Russia to address the complicated yet interrelated issues of building democracy and prosperity. Works primarily in the areas of international security, economic and regional development, transfrontier cooperation, the Russian regions and development in South Eastern Europe.
The Kennan Institute, as the oldest program of the Woodrow Wilson Center, bridges the gap between the world of ideas and the world of public affairs by bringing scholars and governmental specialists together to discuss political, social, and economic issues affecting Russia and other successor states to the Soviet Union, seeking always to place these issues within their historical context.