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Valery Mironov

  • Valery Mironov has been at HSE since 2009.

Education and Degrees

  • 1989

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD) in Political Economy

  • 1981

    Degree in Economics
    All-Soviet Union Distance-Learning Institute of Finance and Economics

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Conferences

2015
XVI Апр. междунар. науч. конф. по проблемам развития экономики и общества (Москва). Presentation: Влияние роста производительности труда и ULC на чистый экспорт России и стран ОЭСР в 1996-2009 гг. (доклад в рамках Апрельской конференции НИУ ВШЭ, 2015, круглый стол С-03 под предс. проф. K.Fukao)

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Peer-reviewer

My Elsevier Reviews Profile

https://www.reviewerrecognition.elsevier.com/recognition/index?key=A002F298890F30D809111DA7C298E048AD1A5AAEB2CB45DE

Biography

  • Valeriy Mironov

    (E-mail: vmironov@hse.ru)

     

    Research area: Resource curse; Dutch disease; Macroeconomic forecasting of the Russian economy.

     

    Deputy Director of the Institute "Development Center" in the National Research University-Higher School of Economics (NRU - HSE), Moscow (web site: www.dcenter.ru),  

     

    Candidate of Economic Sciences (Phd. in Economics) since 1989

     

     

     

    Born in 1959, after graduating from The All-Union Financial-Economic Institute (Moscow) in 1981-1986 worked as a lecturer   at the Department of Political Economy at the Volgograd State Pedagogical Institute.

     

    April, 1989 - after three years of training in Moscow as a Ph.D student received a Candidate of Economic Sciences  Degree (PhD. in Economics), the Thesis was dedicated to the theory and practice of the organization of the first joint-stock companies in the industry of the post-communist USSR.

     

    1989-1991- worked as a researcher in the  Institute of the Economy of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

     

    1991 - 1994 – Head of the sector in the Institute of the Economy of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Conducted research in the field of the property rights, problems of competition and antitrust  regulation.

     

    1990-1993 – the non-staff expert of the Supreme Council (Parliament) of the Russian Federation and of the State Committee of the Anti-Trust Policy.  Took an active part in  the elaborating of  the theoretical issues and  legislation in the sphere of voucher privatization in Pyotr Fhilippov’s group ("The Law on privatization of the state and municipal enterprises" and "The Law about privatization checks") and in creation of the state program of the antimonopoly regulation.

     

    1994-1997-worked in a major Russian investment company "The Russian Brokerage House" as a Chief Economist.

     

    1998 – Editor in Chief of the by-weekly “Financial Markets” on the base of the Bank Client Canter of the bank "Rossiysky Credit".

     

    1996-1997 - passed a training course, took on examination and received certificate of the SFA (The Securities and Futures Authority, Ltd. - Great Britain) in the subject “Securities and Financial Derivatives Representative (SFDR)”, #38560. Later delivered lectures on the SFA courses at the Plehanov Academy of the National Economy (Moscow)

     

    August 1998 - February 1999 - Head of the Financial Market Analysis Sector in the Department of Research of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.

     

    Since March 1999 - Senior Expert and later Chief Economist of the Economic and Financial Research Fund "Development Center" (www.dcenter.ru) . Supervised numerous projects and participated in their performance as expert under grants of the government and private entities: the Central Bank of thе Russian Federation, the Ministry of Economic Development (MED), the Ministry of Industry and Trade, JSC “Norilsky Nikel”, etc.

     

     

     

    Since March 2009 – Deputy Director of the Institute «Development Center», National Research University Higher School of Economics (www.hse.ru)

     

    Author of many publications and interviews in Russian media - newspapers, radio, TV etc.

     

    Hobbies: chess (the former Candidate Master), swimming. 

Responsibilities

  • Organizes and implements research and analytical work.
  • Directs public relations activities and research in the area of macroeconomic and sectoral characteristics of the Russian economy.

Professional interests

Resource curse; Dutch disease; Macroeconomic forecasting of the Russian economy.

Reviewer Public Profile: http://www.reviewerpage.com/Valeriy-Mironov

 

Sliding Ruble to Drag Russian Economy into Recession

Valery Mironov, Deputy Director of the Centre of Development Institute, HSE about weak ruble.

Russia Today

Experts Predict Recession Driven by Internal Factors

Intrinsic deficiencies rather than external shocks can turn the current slowdown in the Russian economy into a full-blown recession, research conducted at the Higher School of Economics has found.

The Moscow Times

Non-commodity Exports Can Boost Russia’s GDP Growth

Data from Rosstat and the Federal Customs Service suggest that import substitution – not limited to substituted Ukrainian imports – has played a major role in keeping the Russian economy from recession in the first half of 2014. However, Russia cannot expect to achieve a sustained and dynamic GDP growth without boosting exports, in particular its non-commodity exports, according to expert analysis in Comments on State and Business published by the HSE's Centre for Development