Dear colleagues,

I’m glad to announce publication of an Instructor’s Manual for the book on post-socialist Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Transition Economies: Transformation, Development, and Society in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union

The book and the Instructor’s Manual are now offered by Routledge as teaching materials for Development Economics, Economic History, and International Economics (full catalog).

To access the manual, please visit the book’s main page or complete and submit the Support Materials request form  by finding Transition Economies: Transformation, Development, and Society in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union  (paperback ISBN 9781138831131) in the drop-down menu.

For any technical questions or to request a deskcopy of the book, please reach out to [log in to unmask] at Routledge.

And please feel free to write back with any feedback! I hope these materials may be helpful in your research and teaching.


All the best,

Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, Ph.D.

Henry George Chair in Economics

Associate Professor

The Peter J. Tobin College of Business,

St. John's University


Senior Research Fellow / Vincentian Center for Church and Society

Research Fellow / Center for Global Business Stewardship

Expert (Economics), Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations

Board: Henry George School of Social Science and Armenian Economic Association


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Recent publications:




·         Gevorkyan, A. V. and K. Dziedzicki. 2020. The loud echo of post-socialist economic “transition” amidst the pandemic. Focus Economics. Invited Blog (Oct 5)

·         Gevorkyan, A.V. 2020. We need to adapt past experience to the present situation,  Financial Times, April 21, 2020 [PDF]


·         Clark, C. M. and A.V. Gevorkyan. 2020. Artificial Intelligence and Human Flourishing. The American Journal of Economics and Sociology. Vol. 79(4): 1307-1344

·         Gevorkyan, A. V. 2019. Exchange market pressure and primary commodity exporting emerging markets. Applied Economics. Vol. 51(22): 2390-2412




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