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Портанский Алексей Павлович

директор информационного бюро по присоединению России к ВТО

1. Family name:    Portanskiy

2. First names:      Alexey Pavlovich

3. Date of birth:     29.04.1948

4. Nationality:        Russian

5. Civil status:       Married

6. Education:        

Institution
[ Date from - Date to ]

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences [2006]

Ph.D. in Economics. Thesis: “EU Trade Policy and Multilateral Trade System: Evolution after WTO creation (1995-2005)”

Moscow Steel and Alloys Institute (University) [09.1966 – 04.1972]

Engineer-Researcher in Metallurgy

7. Language skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - excellent; 5 - basic)

Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

Russian

1

1

1

French

1

1

1

English

1

2

2

German

4

5

5

8. Membership of professional bodies:
- Board Member of the Association of European Studies (AES-Russia);
- Member of the State Duma Scientific Council on Economic Problems of the Intellectual Property;
- Member of the International Press Institute (Vienna)

9. Other skills: Computer literacy - advanced user

10. Present position:
a) Head of the Information Office on Russia’s Accession to the WTO [Lingva Company (Moscow)];
b) Associate Professor (docent), Chair of the State Regulation of Market Economy, Russian Academy of Civil Service

11. Years within the firm:
a) 6
b) 1

12. Key qualifications: Trade policy expert, Lecturer, Conference moderator

13. Specific experience in the region:

Country

Date from - Date to

Russia. Regular participation in many Regional workshops, round tables & conferences on Russia’s accession to the WTO

2001 – present time

UK. Participation in the Annual Russian Economic Forum

2001-2005

14. Professional experience

Date from - Date to

Location

Company

Position

Description

2007-till present

Moscow

Russian Academy of Civil Service

Lecturer (docent)

Delivering of lectures, holding of seminars

2001-till present

Moscow

Information Office on Russia’s Accession to the WTO

Head

Public awareness campaign on Russia’s accession to the WTO

03.2001- 08.2001

Moscow

Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences

Senior Fellow

European Studies, Institute’s quarterly edition

1998-2001

Moscow

MAIK Nauka/Interperiodika (Edition House)

Editor in Chief

Editor in Chief

1986-1998

Moscow

Izvestia, Daily newspaper

Editor of Economic Department, Permanent correspondent in Algeria

Writing articles, edition

15. Other relevant information (eg, Publications)

Publications:

  1. Russian Business will learn everything about the WTO. – RUS magazine, #1, 2006.
  2. Multilateral Trading System and the European Union, 1994-2004. Monograph – Мoscow, Delovaya Literatura, 2005.
  3. Russia will feed Europe. – Moscow News, 23-29.12.2005.
  4. New Mission of Commissioner Lamy. – The Moscow News, 27.05-02.06.2005.
  5. Russia on the Threshold of the WTO. – Russia Business Watch, #1, 2005.
  6. Prisoedinenie Rossii k WTO I mnogostoronnia torgovaya sistema (Russia’s entrance in the WTO and Multilateral Trading System) // V.A. Mikhailov and all (eds.) – Мoscow, RAGS, 2005 (in Russian)
  7. Rossia na poroge WTO. Bolshikh peremen v sfere obrazavania ne ogidaetsia (Russia on a threshold of WTO. Not a lot of changes in education) // Biznes-Obrazovanie, 2005. №2(19) (in Russian)
  8. La Russie devra-t-elle encore attendre longtemps aux portes de l’OMC? – Le Temps, 24.09.2004
  9. Relatie tussen Rusland en Europa nog niet rijp. – Utrechts Nieuwsblad, 24.11.2004.
  10. Rossia I WTO: vdogonku za ukhodiaschim poezdom (Russia and WTO: running for a leaving train) // Sovremennaia Evropa, 2004. №1. (in Russian)
  11. V mnogostoronnei torgovoy sisteme nazrevaiut serioznue izmenenia ( Serious changes are expected in multilateral trading system) // Vneshneekonomicheskiy bulleten, 2004. №2.
  12. Uroki Kankuna (Lessons of Kankun) // Vneshneekonopmichesky bulleten, Мoscow, 2003. № 11. (in Russian)
  13. EU looks for sense in Russia trade dialogue. – Financial Times, 12.12.2001