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2002
Gerber, Theodore P. Joining the winners: Self-employment and stratification in post-Communist Russia. The New Entrepreneurs of Europe and Asia: Patterns of Business Development in Russia, Eastern Europe, and China. Armonk, NY: Sharpe.
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2003
Gerber, Theodore P. Loosening Links? School-to-Work Transitions and Institutional Change in Russia since 1970. Social Forces. 82, (1), 241-276.
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2001
Gerber, Theodore P. Paths to Success: Individual and Regional Determinants of Self-Employment Entry in Post-Communist Russia. International Journal of Sociology. 31, (2), 3-37.
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2001
Gerber, Theodore P. The selection theory of persisting party advantages in Russia: More evidence and implications. Social Science Research. 30, (4), 653-671.
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2002
Gerber, Theodore P. Structural change and post-socialist stratification: Labor market transitions in contemporary Russia. American Sociological Review. 67, (5), 629-659.
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2004
Gerber, Theodore P. Three forms of emergent self-employment in post-Soviet Russia: Entry and exit patterns by gender. The Reemergence of Self-Employment: A Comparative Study of Self-Employment Dynamics and Social Inequality. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
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2004
Gerber, Theodore P.,  Hout, Michael . Tightening up: Declining class mobility during Russia's market transition. American Sociological Review. 69, (5), 677-703.
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