Dr Lela Rekhviashvili

Researcher

CV

At IfL since January 2016

2010–2015: PHD candidate at Doctoral school of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations, Political Economy track, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary  

2013–2014: PhD Fellow at Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Leipzig, Germany

2012–2013: Research Fellow at Center for Social Sciences, Tbilisi, Georgia

2009–2010: MA studies in Political Science, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

2007–2009: MA studies in Transition in South Caucasus at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Tbilisi State University, Center for Social Sciences 

Research interests

Political economy of development, post-socialist transition, institutional change and continuity, informal economic practices and informal institutions, urban development, politics of public space, social movements, migration and internal displacement

Completed projects

Fluid mobilities for cities in transformation

Publications

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Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2017)
Why read informality in a substantivist manner? On the embeddedness of the Soviet second economy. -
In: The Informal economy in global perspective : varieties of governance / Abel Polese ... (editors). - Cham : Palgrave, 2017. - (International political economy series), 2017, Seite 15-36
Rekhviashvili, Lela / Polese, Abel
(2017)
Liberalism and shadow interventionism in post-revolutionary Georgia (2003-2012). -
In: Caucasus survey, 2017, 24 Seiten
Polese, Abel / Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2017)
Introduction: Informality and power in the South Caucasus. -
In: Caucasus Survey, 5 (2017-00-00), 1, Seite 1-10
Polese, Abel / Rekhviashvili, Lela / Morris, Jeremy
(2016)
Informal governance in urban spaces : power, negotiating and resistance among Georgian street vendors. -
In: Geography research forum, 36 (2016), Seite 15-32
Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2016)
Counterbalancing marketization informally : Georgia's new-institutionalist reform and its discontents. -
In: Journal of contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 2016
Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2016)
Review: Postsocialism and informal economic : Jeremy Morris and Abel Polese (eds), The informal post-socialist economy: embedded practices and livelihoods, Routledge: New York, 2013. -
In: International sociology reviews, 31 (2016), 5, Seite 575-578
Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2015)
The politics of helping : mobility support for internally displaces persons after the 2008 Russia-Georgia war. -
In: Journal of internal displacement, 5 (2015-00-00), 2, S. 2-18
Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2015)
Marketization and the public-private divide : contestations between the state and the petty traders over the access to public space in Tbilisi. -
In: International journal of sociology and social policy. Special issue: Public space in post-Soviet cities, 35 (2015-00-00), 7/8, S. 478-496
Neugebauer, Carola S. / Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2015)
Loss and (re-)construction of public space in post-Soviet cities : editorial. -
In: International journal of sociology and social policy. Special issue: Public space in post-Soviet cities, 35 (2015-00-00), 7/8
Rekhviashvili, Lela
(2013)
Development and the role of the state : visions of post-revolutionary Georgian government. -
In: Caucasus social science review, 1 (2013-00-00), 1, 20 S.
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Contact

Dr Lela Rekhviashvili
Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde
Schongauerstr. 9
04328 Leipzig
Germany

L_Rekhviashvili(at)ifl-leipzig.de
Tel.: +49 341 600 55-136

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