Everyday Postsocialism: Working-Class Communities in the Russian Margins (Palgrave, early 2016), 317 pages.
Informal Economies in Post-Socialist Spaces: Practices, Institutions and Networks (Palgrave, 2015). (ed., with A. Polese), 210 pages.
New Media in New Europe Asia, (Routledge 2014), 280 pages. (ed. with N. Rulyova and V. Strukov).
The Informal Post-Socialist Economy: Embedded Practices and Livelihoods, (Routledge - December 2013). (ed., with A. Polese), 188 pages.
Mastering Chaos: The Metafictional Worlds of Evgeny Popov (Oxford: Lang, 2013), 240 pages.
Special Issues of Journals
(ed. with A. Polese) (2014 ) The Failure and Future of the Welfare-state under Post-socialism, Journal of Eurasian Studies.
(ed. with N. Rulyova and V. Strukov) (2012) Special Issue: New Media in New Europe Asia, Europe-Asia Studies 64(8).
Principal & Recent Peer-reviewed Journal articles
(with Sarah Hinz) ‘Trade Unions in Transnational Automotive Companies in Russia and Slovakia: Prospects for Working class power’, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 2016 (forthcoming)
‘Notes on the worthless dowry of Soviet Industrial Modernity’, Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research, December 2015
'"Welfare States" and Social Policies in Eastern Europe and the Former USSR: Where Informality Fits In?' with Abel Polese, Borbála Kovács, Ida Harboe Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 22(2) 2014.
'The Warm Home of Cacti and Other Soviet Memories: Russian Workers Reflect on the Socialist Period', Central Europe, Vol. 12 No. 1, May 2014, 16–31
(with A. Polese) 'Informal Health and Education Sector Payments in Russian and Ukrainian Cities: Structuring Welfare from Below', European Urban and Regional Studies, online before print March 26, 2014, doi:10.1177/0969776414522081.
‘Low Wages and No Dignity: Russian Workers Reflect on the Stark Post-Soviet Choices in Blue-collar Employment’, International Labor and Working-class History 84 (2014).
‘Actually-existing Internet Use in the Russian Margins: Net Utopianism in the Shadow of the ‘Silent Majorities’’, Region 2(2), (2013), 181-200.
‘Unruly Entrepreneurs: Russian Worker Responses to Insecure Formal Employment', Global Labour Journal 3.2 (2012).
‘Beyond Coping: Alternatives to Consumption Within Russian Worker Networks’, Ethnography (13)4 (2012).
‘Learning how to shoot fish on the internet: new media in the Russian margins as facilitating immediate and parochial social needs’, Europe-Asia Studies 64(8) (2012), 1546-64.
‘Introduction: New Media in New Europe-Asia’, Europe-Asia Studies 64(8) (2012), 1349-55.
'“Independent learning? I came to this university to be taught Russian.” – reporting on a VLE-based project to support self-study,' Rusistika 37 (2012).
‘Socially Embedded Workers at the Nexus of Diverse Work in Russia: An Ethnography of Blue-Collar Informalization’, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31:11-12 (2011), 619-631.
‘The Empire Strikes Back: Projections of National Identity in Contemporary Russian Advertising’, Russian Review, 64, (2005), 642-660. (This article, which discusses commodity fetishism, nationalism and masculinity in the post-socialist context, was one of the most cited articles for the decade 2000-2010 in Russian Review).
Recent book chapters
'Introduction: informality – enduring practices, entwined livelihoods' (with A. Polese), in eds, J. Morris and A. Polese, The Informal Post-Socialist Economy: Embedded Practices and Livelihoods, (Routledge 2013), 1-19.
'Moonlighting strangers met on the way: the nexus of informality and Blue-collar sociality in Russia' in, eds, J. Morris and A. Polese, The Informal Post-Socialist Economy: Embedded Practices and Livelihoods, (Routledge 2013), 51-67.
‘Elevating Verka Serdiuchka: A Star-Study in Excess Performativity’ in, eds. H. Goscilo, V. Strukov, Glamour and Celebrity in Post-Soviet Russian Culture, (Routledge 2010).
‘Drinking to the Nation: Russian Television Advertising and Cultural Differentiation’, In, Globalisation, Freedom and the Media after Communism, eds. Birgit Beumers, Stephen Hutchings and Natalia Rulyova. (Routledge, 2009), 141-158.