Abstract

In the Perm Region of the Russian Urals, the oil company Lukoil-Perm has worked with regional state agencies to design and administer hundreds of grants for “social and cultural projects” and embarked on other development initiatives over the last 15 years. This article argues that the resulting field of state and corporate power is productively understood as an “energopolitical regime” and suggests ways in which this analytical perspective adds new dimensions to the study of post-Soviet transformations and to the social science of energy and politics more broadly.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1534-1518
Print ISSN
0003-5491
Pages
pp. 431-451
Launched on MUSE
2014-05-22
Open Access
No
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