The Centre

June 29th, 2011

Centre for Post-Industrial Studies

The Centre for Post-Industrial Studies, an independent non-profit organization, was established in 1997 by Vladislav Inozemtsev with the following organizations as founders: the Institute of Sociology of the Russia Academy of Sciences, the Herald of the Russia Academy of Sciences magazine, and Moscow-Paris Bank.

With Vladislav Inozemtsev as its science director, the Centre collaborates with the Interdialekt+ publishing and translation company; the Nauka, Academia, Logos, Economica publishing houses; the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy; the Economic Department of Moscow State University, the Gorbachev Foundation; etc.

Over the years of the Centre’s activities, Vladislav Inozemtsev has written several books and a great number of articles that were published in the world’s most reputable, chiefly scientific, editions. Inozemtsev’s books have been translated into foreign languages and published in France, Great Britain, the United States, and Japan. Chinese scholars have requested the Centre to prepare a monograph on the problems of the post-industrial society for publication in the Chinese language. The Centre has translated into Russian books by foreign authors, including The Coming of Post-Industrial Society by Daniel Bell, Democracy in Europe by Larry Siedentop, The Individualized Society by Zygmunt Bauman, Does America Need a Foreign Policy? by Henry A.Kissinger, The End of the World As We Know It: Social Science for the Twenty-First Century by Immanuel Wallerstein, The Claims of Culture by Seyla Benhabib, The World We’re In by Will Hutton, The Future of the Freedom by Fareed Zakaria, In Defense of Globalization by Jagdish Bhagwati, Multitude by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, The Second World by Parag Khanna, and others.

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