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This article is concerned with understanding the durability of the political system that emerged in Uzbekistan through the course of its independence under its first president, Islam Karimov. I argue that the concept of patronal presidentialism developed by Henry Hale can be used to explain the

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-sitting governors, firms tended to choose ‘corruption as number one obstacle’ less often. 24 In this study, I address these corruption perceptions related puzzles in the Russian context by testing a theory of patronal presidentialism advanced by Henry Hale. 25 This theory brings attention to the

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shifts they have experienced since 2010. The remaining two sections explore two arguments explaining the different political fate of the republican political machines. The first one focuses on the legacy of different privatization strategies, and the second considers the logic of patronal presidentialism

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Normal Dynamics of Patronal Presidentialism.’ Communist and Post- Communist Studies 39 (2006): 305-329. Hopper, Rex D. ‘The Revolutionary Process.’ Social Forces 28 (1950): 270-279. Huntington, Samuel P. ‘Revolution and Political Order.’ Revolutions, edited by Jack A. Goldstone, 37-44. Fort

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extensions like “neopatrimonialism.” 10 Scholars of Central Asian politics have also followed Henry Hale’s characterization of many formerly Soviet states as having a form of “patronal presidentialism,” wherein “power resides overwhelmingly in a directly elected presidency and … involves not only formal but

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“cycles” of autocracy (see Hale 2005) or studies them as outcomes of failed authoritarianisms (see Way 2008). In particular, Henry Hale’s work on “patronal presidentialism” (2005, 2015) is noteworthy. According to Hale, the existing literature tends to analyse political overthrows in the post

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powers amassed on the subconstitutional level and the constitutional text. Overall, Henry Hale’s concept of “patronal presidentialism” is most perceptive to the dualism of formal constitutional rules in structuring informal pyramids of rent-distributing elite networks with the president at the top

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, Ernesto . Politics and Ideology in Marxist Theory Capitalism, Fascism, Populism . London : New Left Books , 1977 . Laruelle , Marlene . “ Discussing Neopatrimonialism and Patronal Presidentialism in the Central Asian Context .” Demokratizatsiya 20 , no. 4 ( 2012 ): 301 – 324

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“cycles of patronal presidentialism” and not transitions to democracy—or even struggles for it. 11 Lucan Way discarded democratic and societal elements, presenting color revolutions more as instances of authoritarian collapse than of democratic success. 12 In a similar vein, for many authors who

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as two parallel universes. 25 Others combine the terms and categorize Russia as a “dual state” or “network state” or one with “patronal presidentialism.” 26 For Hale, this is the way Russia has always been ruled. 27 For Taylor, although the latter is true, the transition to democracy under Yeltsin

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