IISEPS News, N 2 1996 (only Russian)



Prof. О. Manaev, IISEPS
IISEPS leadership school

Prof. V. Snapkovsky, Belarusian State University
Tendencies of public and political leadership formation in Belarus

Prof. S. Bogdankevich, United Civil Party
Interaction of public leaders and state bodies

А. Dobrovolsky, United Civil Party
problems of “translation” of free market economy values to electorate language

Dr. Yu. Drakokhrust, Dr. G. Drakokhrust, IISEPS
Role of NGOs in the processes of civic society and public leadership formation

Prof. А. Potupa Union of Entrepreneurs
Postcommunistic Belarus: evolution of peforms concept and structures of political elite

V. Shlyndikov, United Civil Party
Legislation providing liberal economic reforms

Dr. L. Zlotnikov, IISEPS
Lukashenko’s ideology: from Socialism to conservatism

Dr. I. Pelipas, IISEPS
Economic preferences of belarusian population

Dr. I. Pelipas, IISEPS
Economic freedom and economic growth

Dr. Yu. Drakokhrust, О. Tereshchenko, E. Ugrinovich, IISEPS
Portrait of the 13th Supreme Soviet in by name voting

А. Garusov, IISEPS
Public leader in postcommunistic Belarus: sociological portrait

Dr. N. Efimova, IISEPS
Image of the president of Belarus in national press

Dr. G. Drakokhrust, N. Zvozskova, IISEPS
The newly history of Belarus in archive folders


Dear readers!


Our institute continue to publish IISEPS quarterly informational and analytical bulletin. The first issue was greeted with interest: we received many comments and wishes from the principals of state and non-state organizations to receive “IISEPS News” in future.
We are to define the perspectives of Belarus development after referendum Novemder,24 1996 and it needs thorough socio-economic and political analysis, persistent and laborious research activity and enlightenment. That is what we propose you to do with the authors of the second issue of the bulletin.