Jan Matti Dollbaum
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Protest trajectories in electoral authoritarianism: From Russia’s “For Fair Elections” movement to Alexei Navalny’s presidential campaign
JM Dollbaum
Post-Soviet Affairs 36 (3), 192-210, 2020
Civil society development in Russia and Ukraine: Diverging paths
S Stewart, JM Dollbaum
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 50 (3), 207-220, 2017
Curbing protest through elite co-optation? Regional protest mobilization by the Russian systemic opposition during the ‘for fair elections’ protests 2011–2012
JM Dollbaum
Journal of Eurasian studies 8 (2), 109-122, 2017
Navalny: Putin's Nemesis, Russia's Future?
JM Dollbaum, M Lallouet, B Noble
Oxford University Press, 2021
A top-down movement with grass-roots effects? Alexei Navalny’s electoral campaign
JM Dollbaum, A Semenov, E Sirotkina
Social Movement Studies 17 (5), 618-625, 2018
Social policy on social media: How opposition actors used Twitter and VKontakte to oppose the Russian pension reform
JM Dollbaum
Problems of Post-Communism 68 (6), 509-520, 2021
When does diffusing protest lead to local organization building? Evidence from a comparative subnational study of Russia’s “For fair Elections” movement
JM Dollbaum
Perspectives on Politics, 2020
Outsmarting Electoral Authoritarianism? Alexey Navalny’s “Smart Voting” in Moscow and Beyond
JM Dollbaum
Russian Analytical Digest, 5-8, 2019
When life gives you lemons: alexei navalny’s electoral campaign
JM Dollbaum
Russian Analytical Digest 210, 6-9, 2017
Varieties of Russian activism: State-society contestation in everyday life
KL Stewart, M McCann, C Neugebauer, I Shevtsova, D Zupan, ...
Indiana University Press, 2023
Navalny’s digital dissidents: A new dataset on a Russian opposition movement
JM Dollbaum, A Semenov
Problems of Post-Communism 69 (3), 282-291, 2022
Protest event analysis under conditions of limited press freedom: Comparing data sources
JM Dollbaum
Media and Communication 9 (4), 104-115, 2021
Russian Regional Elections
Y Gorokhovskaia, JM Dollbaum
Russian Analytical Digest (RAD) 239, 2019
A Generalized Approach to Protest Event Detection in German Local News
G Wiedemann, JM Dollbaum, S Hanuss, P Daphi, LD Meier
13th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC), 3883–3891, 2022
Nawalny: Seine Ziele, seine Gegner, seine Zukunft
JM Dollbaum, M Lallouet, B Noble
Hoffmann und Campe, 2021
Using protest event analysis to study labour conflict in authoritarian regimes: The Monitoring of Labour Protest dataset
P Bizyukov, JM Dollbaum
Global Social Policy 21 (1), 148-152, 2021
Publicize or Perish—Challenger party success through megaphones and locomotives
JF Dollbaum, JM Dollbaum
European Journal of Political Research 62 (4), 1078-1100, 2023
Lukashenka’s Constitutional Plebiscite and the Polarization of Belarusian Society
F Burkhardt, JM Dollbaum
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 56 (3), 98-126, 2023
Party Politics in Russia: Two and a Half Scenarios
JM Dollbaum
Russian Analytical Digest, 12-13, 2023
Duma and Regional Elections 2021
G Golosov, T Tkacheva, JM Dollbaum, M Lallouet, B Noble, T Golova, ...
Russian Analytical Digest (RAD) 271, 2021
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