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Mr. Maxim Dianov

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Employment History

  • Director
    Institute for Regional Problems
  • Head
    Institute for Regional Problems
  • Director
    Institute of Regional Problems
  • Head
    Institute of Regional Problems
  • Director
    Regional Problems Institute
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- OAO «LUKOIL» - Press Releases, 30 April 2011 [cached]
Among the participants were Sergey Katyrin, Vice-President of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Tatyana Frolova, Deputy Chairwoman of the Russian Federation of Independent Trade Unions; Sergey Khramov, General Labor Inspector of the SOTSPROF trade union; Iosif Diskin, Co-Chairman of the National Strategy Council; Yakov Pappe, Chief Researcher of the Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Evgeny Gontmakher, Member of the Management Board of the Institute of Contemporary Development; Dmitry Badovsky, Member of the RF Public Chamber, Deputy Director of the Social Systems Research Institute; Mikhail Delyagin, Director of the Institute for Globalization Studies; Maxim Dianov, Director of the Institute for Regional Problems; Dmitry Orlov, General Director of the Agency for Political and Economic Communications, President of the Russian Anti-Crisis Forum; Vladimir Borodin, Editor-in-Chief of the Trud newspaper.
Governors Lining Up to Join the Party [cached]
Regional leaders started drifting toward the so-called party of power more than a year ago after the Kremlin made it clear that they needed its blessing to win elections, said Maxim Dianov, director of the Institute for Regional Problems.
"The process was slow at the beginning, but now there is a line," Dianov said.
In the meantime, regional leaders are rallying around United Russia in hopes that the display of loyalty will allow them to stay in power, perhaps indefinitely, Dianov said.
"Governors understand that the most important thing to win re-election is loyalty, and now they are striving to show it," he said.
Twelve regions will vote for leaders this year, and while the proposed change will not affect them, many incumbents are playing all their cards "just in case it might help," Dianov said.
The St. Petersburg Times - News - Arrest of Mayor Could Signal New Political Era, 2 June 2006 [cached]
"Since the scrapping of direct gubernatorial elections, the Kremlin has been trying to find a way to put an end to mayoral elections," said Maxim Dianov, head of the Institute for Regional Problems.
Dianov said governors, who are appointed by the Kremlin, had lost interest in cultivating rural voters.Those voters, who comprise one-third of the country's voting population and will play a key role in upcoming elections, are controlled by mayors of small cities and towns.
"The Kremlin fully controls the governors, who will work to guarantee a good showing for United Russia, but they don't have the complete control of the mayors," Dianov said.
The Kremlin, Dianov said, wants authority over big-city mayors because they control a large portion of the revenues that flow into federal coffers.
The arrest of the mayor of Volgograd, a city of 1.2 million, would make it easier for the presidential administration to justify scrapping mayoral elections as part of an anti-corruption campaign, Dianov said.
Political scientist Maxim ..., 8 Oct 2007 [cached]
Political scientist Maxim Dianov, director of the Moscow-based Institute of Regional Problems, said liberal parties must unite if they are to have any electoral viability.
News Service Provided by Anna at 1st Russian Translation, 22 Nov 2005 [cached]
"People hate the rich more in places where they think the rich's money could be theirs," said Maxim Dianov, head of the Institute of Regional Problems.
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