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Governance

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Shlomo Weber, Professor, Academic Head of the CSDSI

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The governing body of the School is the Board of Directors. The Board meets bimonthly to make strategic and operational decisions. Presently, the Board of Directors includes:

ENDOWMENT FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES

In 2007, NES established its Endowment Foundation. NES’s endowment is among the first in Russia and it serves as the source of the long term financial sustainability of the School. To effectively oversee the process of building the endowment, and in accordance with the Charter of the Endowment Foundation, the Russian Advisory Board of the New Economic School made a decision to transform itself into the NES Endowment Foundation Board. This Board makes decisions on the use of the endowment income, facilitates endowment fundraising and assists in creating new partnerships with the Russian private sector.

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD (IAB)

(IAB) consists of the world’s leading economists. IAB provides guidance on academic matters, makes all major academic decisions, and oversees the academic activities at NES. It is also responsible, through an Academic Appointment Committee, for all academic appointments and promotions. Its current membership is as follows:

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