Marina Zaloznaya

Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Northwestern University
W133 Seashore Hall

Marina Zaloznaya's research interests include organizational and economic crime, development and democratization, and comparative-historical research methods. She is currently examining the way that different socio-political regimes in the post-Soviet bloc shape the informal economies of local universities. In another project she is developing a conceptual framework for the study of corruption from a sociological prospective. Her teaching interests include global and comparative criminology, sociology of informality, and comparative-historical methods.