Bourdieu, Pierre. 1994. Rethinking the state: Genesis and structure of the bureaucratic field. Sociological Theory 12 (1): 1–18.
Calnan, Michael, and Rosemary Rowe. 2006. Researching trust relations in health care. Journal of Health Organization and Management 20 (5): 349–358.
Clarke, J., N.Smith Newman, E. Vidler, and L. Westmarland. 2007. Creating citizen-consumers: Changing publics and changing public services. London: Sage.
Clarke, J., N. Smith, and E. Vidler. 2006. The indeterminacy of choice: Political, policy and organizational implications. Social Policy and Society 5 (3): 327–336.
Cook, Linda. 2007. Postcommunist welfare states: Reform politics in Russia and Eastern Europe Ithaca. NY: Cornell University Press.
Cook, Linda. 2015. Constraints on Universal Health Care in the Russian Federation: Inequality, informality, and the failures of mandatory medical insurance reforms. Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 3 (4): 37–60.
Dent, M. 2006. Patient choice and medicine in health care. Public Management Review 8 (3): 449–462.
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta. 1990. The three worlds of welfare capitalism. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Field, Mark. 1991. The hybrid profession: Soviet medicine. In Professions and the states: Expertise and autonomy in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, ed. A. Jones, 43–62. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Fotaki, M. 2011. Towards developing new partnerships in public services: Users as consumers, citizens, and/or co-producers in health and social care in England and Sweden. Public Administration 89 (3): 933–955.
Fotaki, M. 2013. Is patient choice the future of health care systems? International Journal of Health Policy and Management 1 (2): 121–123.
Fotaki, M. 2014. Can consumer choice replace trust in the National Health Service in England? Towards developing an affective psychosocial conception of trust in health care. Sociology of Health & Illness 36 (8): 1276–1294.
Gabe, J., K. Harley, and M. Calnan. 2015. Health care choice: Discourses, perceptions, experiences and practices. Current Sociology 63 (5): 623–635.
Hochschild, Arlie. 2012. The managed heart: Commercialization of human feeling. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Kane, Sumit, and Michael Calnan. 2017. Erosion of trust in the medical profession in India: Time for doctors to act. International Journal of Health Policy Management 6 (1): 5–8.
Ledeneva, Alena. 1998. Russia’s economy of favours: Blat, networking, and informal exchange. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Mol, Annemarie. 2008. The logic of care: Health and the problem of patient choice. New York: Routledge.
Mold, Alex. 2010. Patient groups and the construction of the patient-consumer in Britain: An historical overview. Journal of Social Policy 39 (4): 505–521.
Morris, Jeremy, and Abel Polese. 2014. Informal health and education sector payments in Russian and Ukrainian cities: Structuring welfare from below. European Urban and Regional Studies 23 (3): 481–496.
Newman, Janet, and Elizabeth Vidler. 2006. Discriminating customers, responsible patients, empowered users: Consumerism and the modernisation of health care. Journal of Social Policy 35: 193–209. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0047279405009487.
Novkunskaya, A. 2019. Institutsionalizirovannaya fragmentatsiya zaboty v rossiyskom rodovspomozhenii. In Sotsialnaya zabota: professii i instituty, ed. E. Borozdina, E. Zdravomyslova, and A. Temkina. St Petersburg: European University Press.
Numerato, D., D. Salvatore, and G. Fattore. 2012. The impact of management on medical professionalism: A review. Sociology of Health & Illness 34 (4): 626–644.
Parkhurst, J.O., L. Penn-Kekana, D. Blaauw, D. Balabanova, K. Danishevski, S.A. Rahman, V. Onama, and F. Ssengooba. 2005. Health systems factors influencing maternal health services: A four-country comparison. Health Policy 73 (2): 127–138.
Patico, J. 2008. Consumption and social change in a post-Soviet middle class. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Riska, Elianne. 2017 (2001). Medical careers and feminist agendas: American, Scandinavian and Russian women physicians. New York: Routledge.
Rivkin-Fish, Michele. 2005a. Women’s health in post-Soviet Russia: The politics of intervention. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Rivkin-Fish, Michele. 2005b. Gifts, bribes, and unofficial payments: Towards an anthropology of corruption in Russia. In Corruption: Anthropological perspectives, ed. Dieter Haller and Cris Shore, 47–64. London: Pluto Press.
Rose-Ackerman, Susan. 2001. Trust, honesty, and corruption: Reflection on the state-building process. European Journal of Sociology 42: 27–71.
Shim, Janet, J.S. Change, and L.A. Dubbin. 2016. Cultural health capital: A sociological intervention into patient-centered care and the affordable care act. In Understanding health inequalities and justice: New conversations across the disciplines, ed. Mara Buchbinder, M. Rivkin-Fish, and R. Walker, 237–258. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Solov’eva, E. 2016. Pravozashchitnitsa o zarplatakh vrachei: Massovykh protestov ne budet. https://sobesednik.ru/obshchestvo/20161206-pravozashchitnica-o-zarplatah-vrachey-massovyh-protestov-ne. Accessed 6 Dec 2016.
Stepurko, T., M. Pavlova, O. Levenets, I. Gryga, and W. Groot. 2013. Informal patient payments in maternity hospitals in Kiev, Ukraine. International Journal of Health Planning Management 28 (2): 169–187.
Temkina, A. 2018. Budushchaia mat’ kak issledovatel’: strategii organizatsii pratnykh rodov v rossiiskom krupnom gorode. Anthropological Forum 37: 198–230.
Temkina, A., and E. Zdravomyslova. 2008. Patients in contemporary russian reproductive health care institutions. Strategies of Establishing Trust. Democratizatiya 3 (3): 277–293.
Timmermans, S., and H. Oh. 2010. The continued social transformation of the medical profession. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 51 (1): S94–S106.
Tichtchenko, Pavel D., and Boris G. Yudin. 2000. Towards a bioethics in post-communist Russia. In Cross cultural perspectives in medical ethics, 2nd ed, ed. Robert M. Veatch. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
Ward, K., and K. England. 2007. Introduction: Reading neoliberalization. In Neoliberalization, ed. K. England and K. Ward, 1–22. Hoboken, NJ: Blackwell.