VLADIMIR POPOV is currently a professor at the New Economic School
in Moscow, and the sector head at the Graduate School of International Business
at the Academy of the National Economy
in Moscow. He graduated from the Economics Department of the Moscow State University in 1976 and holds PH.D.s (Candidate of Science, 1980; and Doctor of Science, 1990) from the Institute of the US and Canada of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In 1996-98 he was a Senior Research Fellow in the World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University (WIDER/UNU
) in Helsinki, Finland, co-directing a project "Transition Strategies, Alternatives and Outcomes". In the 1990-2009 he was also teaching at the Academy of National Economy (Moscow); Carleton University, Queen's University and University of Toronto in Canada; Helsinki School of Economics in Finland; University of Kaiserslautern in Germany; he was doing research in Italy, Japan, Sweden, US.
He taught courses in Macroeconomics, International economics, Comparative economic systems, Economics of transition, Russian economy in transition, International aspects of economic transition.
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