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The Regents of the University of California
CARL BECK is Professor of Political Science and Sociology, and Director of the University Center for International Studies, at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition, he is Executive Director of the International Studies Association; Chairman of the Pittsburgh Inter-University Program on Comparative Communism; and Director, Archive on Political Elites in Eastern Europe. He is the author of Aggregate Career Characteristics of Eastern European Polirical Leaders (1968), as well as numerous articles and chapters in books, and the co-author of Political Elites: A Select and Computeiized Bibliography (1968). Comparative Communist Leadership (1972), and a forthcoming study of political succession in Eastern Europe.
WILLIAM A. JARZABEK is Co-Director of the Archive on Political Elites in Eastern Europe, University Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh. His research interests include elite analysis, and political and social modernization and development of Communist systems. He is the author of A Handbook on East European Leadership and the co-author of a study of political succession in Eastern Europe, both forthcoming.
PAUL H. ERNANDEZ is a graduate student in political science at the University of Pittsburgh and a graduate assistant at the Universitv Center for International Studies. He was a Research Fellow at the Polish-Institute of International Affairs in Warsaw durinrr the winter of 1974-1975. His current research interests include political change, bureaucratic politics, and the international relations of Eastern Europe.
Carl Beck, Jarzabek William A., Ernandez Paul H.; Political Succession in Eastern Europe. Studies in Comparative Communism 1 January 1976; 9 (1-2): 35–61. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/0039-3592(76)90019-3
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