School of Public Administration
Alexander Livshin is an associate professor at the School of Public Administration at Moscow State University, where he has worked since 1991.
primary research interests focus on nongovernmental organization (NGO) management, relations between government, businesses and NGOs, corporate social responsibility, Russian history, and Russian politics.
Livshin received a PhD in 1986 from Moscow State University and defended his post-doctoral dissertation (Doktor Nauk) in 2004.
Livshin has served as a visiting professor at various international universities, the most recent of which are the Maxwell School of Citizenship, Syracuse University, USA (2001-2202), Ecole des Hautes en Science Scociale, Paris, France (1999), and the Kennedy Center for International Studies, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
is the author of numerous publications, the most recent of which are "Current Issues of the Development of Nonprofit Economy" (2006), "Nonprofit Sector in Russia and the World: Current Problems of Management and Economic Development" (2005), "Popular Opinion in Soviet Russia, 1917-1929 (2004), and "The State and Society
: Dialogue via Letters" (2002).
Livshin is currently collaborating with Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, on co-authoring a white paper entitled "Building and Maintaining Foundations in Modern Societies."
Weitz is currently collaborating with Alexander Livshin
on co-authoring a white paper entitled "Building and Maintaining Foundations in Modern Societies."