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Столбов Михаил Иосифович

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1. Family name:    Stolbov

2. First names:      Mikhail Iosifovich

3. Date of birth:     10.09.1982

4. Nationality:        Russian

5. Civil status:       Single

6. Education:        

Institution [ Date from - Date to ]

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO–University) [2007]

Ph.D. in Economics. Thesis “The Impact of financial markets on economic growth”

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO–University) [1999-2005]

B.A. (cum laude) in Regional Studies (Spain & Latin America) [1999-2003];
M.A. (cum laude) in International Economics [2003-2005].

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

Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

Russian

1

1

1

English

1

1

1

Spanish

1

1

1

8. Membership of professional bodies: Member of the New Economic Association (www.econorus.org)

9. Other skills: Computer literacy - advanced user, including econometric and statistical packages (EViews, SPSS, STATA)

10. Present position: Associate Professor, Chair of Economics, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University)

11. Years within the firm: 3

12. Key qualifications: lecturing skills; research experience in banking & finance sector issues; expertise for Russian state bodies and private entities in the relevant field (the Central Bank of Russia, the Ministry of Economic Development, ALFA–Bank, etc.); experience of working with young people; experience of event organization

13. Specific experience in the region:

Country

Date from - Date to

Russia

[2005 – 2010]

UK

[ 2006]

14. Professional experience

Date from - Date to

Location

Company

Position

Description

2007 – till present

Moscow, Russia

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO–University)

Associate Professor, Chair of Economics

  • Research interests: microeconomics of banking and financial markets; monetary economics
  • More then 30 publications, including individual monographs, brochures, chapters in monographs, articles in leading Russian peer–reviewed journals
  • Publishing of items on economic policy issues in the mass media
  • Expertise for state bodies and private entities

2007–2008

Moscow, Russia

The Foundation of Economic Research “Development Center” (part–time)

Senior Researcher

  • Responsible for the Russian and foreign banking sectors analysis
  • Maintaining databases
  • Preparation of comments for the mass media

15. Other relevant information (eg, Publications)

Fellowships and awards
2010 collective research fellowship, MGIMO–University, “The Role of Banking Sector in Promoting Innovations in the Russian Economy (chief of the project)
2007-2008 collective research fellowship, Development Center, “Exchange Rate Policy and its Role for Economic Growth in Russia”
2007 Laureate of the Russian President Scholarship for post–graduate students

Publications
More than 30 publications in Russian, including the following:

  • (2010) Finance and economic instability // Working Paper of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (in Russian)
  • (2010) H. P. Minsky’s financial instability hypothesis and the Economic Crisis in Russia // Mirovaya ekonomika I mezhdunarodnye otnoshenia, № 3. P. 56–64. (in Russian)
  • (2009) The Evolution of Monetary Concepts of Business Cycles // Voprosi Ekonomiki, № 7. P. 119–132 (in Russian)
  • (2009) The Global Crisis in the Context of Post–Keynesian monetary theory // Vestnik of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, № 6. P. 78–87. (in Russian).
  • (2008) The Financial Accelerator and its Role in Business Cycles // Ekonomicheskie nauki, №8. P. 117–120. (in Russian)
  • (2008) The Financial Market and Economic Growth: Conceptual Framework. Moscow, Nauchnaya Kniga. (monograph in Russian)