Visiting professor (Professor, New Economic School, Moscow, www.nes.ru)
|Degrees:||Ph.D. Candidate of Science (1980), Doctor of Science (1990)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 6652|
Research Interests Related to European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies
Economics of transition, economics of development, comparative economic systems, China, Russia, Eastern Europe
Current Research Projects:
How the West Got Rich and Why China is Catching Up
Long-term Growth Trajectories of China and Russia
Development thinking and development theories
Mortality Crisis in Post-Communist countries
Areas of Current Teaching:
Selected Publications Relating to the European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies
- Mapping the New World Order. The Rest Beyond the West. Edited by Vladimir Popov and Piotr Dutkiewicz. Edward Elgar, 2017.
- Mixed Fortunes: An Economic History of China, Russia and the West. Oxford University Press, April 2014
- Strategii Ekonomicheskogo Razvitiya, Izdatelskiy Dom Visshey Ekonomiki Moskva, 2011
- Political Institutions And Development.Failed Expectations and Renewed HopesEdited by Natalia Dinello and Vladimir PopovEdward Elgar Publishing, 2007
- The Turning Point: Revitalizing the Soviet Economy. N.Y. Doubleday, 1989 (co-authored with N. Shmelev). Also published in Korean by “The Korea Economic Daily”
- Стратегии экономического развития. М.: ГУ–ВШЭ, 2011.
Alcoholism Cannot Explain Russian Mortality Spike. – IPS, July 25, 2017.
Early Death in Rissia. – IPS, July 20, 2017 (co-authored with J.K. Sundaram).
Post Soviet Economic Collapse. – IPS, June 6, 2017 (co-authored with J.K. Sundaram).
EU – Nationalism and Inequalities. Transition, February 4, 2017.
Free Trade’s Diminishing Returns. Project Syndycate, August 6, 2016 (co-authored with K.S. Jomo).
Is the Russian Economy Finally Tilting East? – The World Financial Review, July-August 2016.
The Next Economic Miracle in the Middle East? – Group of strategic vision “Russia – Islamic world“. March 2016.
- Short version – site of Valdai Club .
- Can Middle East Make Economic and Social Progress? – IPS, August 29, 2016 (co-authored with K.S. Jomo)..
“Because the Chinese growth model became so successful in ensuring catch-up development it has become extremely appealing in the developing world”. – Chapter in: “22 Ideas to Fix the World. Conversations with the World’s Foremost Thinkers”. Edited By Piotr Dutkiewicz and Richard Sakwa. NUY Press, 2013.
Currency Wars: Why Russia and China Are Rapidly Accumulating Foreign Exchange Reserves. – PONARS Policy Memo no. 256. June 2013.
On Russian Versus Soviet Performance. No great post-Soviet achievements for Russian civilization – so far. – “Global brief“, June 18, 2013.
Widening Global Income Inequality. – “Economic & Political Weekly”, April 27, 2013 (co-authored with J. K. Sundaram).
CHAPTER IN BOOKS
Russia and the West. Linking Economic and Foreign Policy. – In: From Putin to Medvedev. Continuity or Change? Ed. by J.L. Black and M. Johns. Vol. 10. Canada-Russia Series. Penumbra Press, Manitock, ON, 2009 (co-authored with P. Dutkiewicz).
China’s Rise in the Medium Term Perspective: an Interpretation of Differences in Economic Performance of China and Russia since 1949. – In: “Transition to Market Oriented Economy”. – Ed. by N.A. Khan. Icfai books, Hyderabad, 2009.
Recovery and Adjustment After the Russian 1998 Currency Crisis. – In: After Crisis. Adjustment, Recovery and Fragility in East Asia. Edited by Jayati Ghosh & C.P. Chandrasekhar. Tiluka Books, New Delhi, 2009.
Shock Therapy Versus Gradualism Reconsidered: Lessons From Transition Economies. – In: Economic Reforms in Developing Countries: Reach, Range, Reason. Ed. by Jose Maria Fanelli and Lyn Squire. Edward Elgar, 2008.
Normally attends 5 to 10 conferences per year.
Selected Professional Contributions:
Committee for Development Policy, ECOSOC, UN (2008-09)
World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University (WIDER/UNU)
Global Development Network (2002-2010)
Economic Education and Research Consortium (EERC-Russia)
Journal of International Economic Policy