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.
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.
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