Editorial Board

RYABOV Andrei Vilenovich – Editor-in-Chief

MATVEEVA Irina Eduardovna – Executive Secretary

“World Economy and International Relations” Journal Editorial Board Members

1. AVTONOMOV Vladimir Sergeevich – Corresponding Member of RAS, Head of Department, National Research University “Higher School of Economics”; Principal Researcher, IMEMO (Moscow)

2. ANDREFF Wladimir – Emeritus Professor at the University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne (France).

3. BARANOVSKII Vladimir Georgievich – Academician of RAS, Member of the Directorate, IMEMO (Moscow).

4. BOL’SHAKOV Andrei Georgievich – Doctor of Political Science, Professor, Head of Department of Conflictology, Kazan (Privolzhskii) Federal University (Kazan).

5. BORKO Yurii Antonovich – Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of Research Group, Institute of Europe RAS (Moscow).

6. BRENNAN Louis – Professor in Business Studies (Business & Administrative Studies), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland).

7. VOITOLOVSKII Fedor Genrikhovich – Corresponding Member of RAS, Acting Director, IMEMO (Moscow).

8. DYNKIN Aleksandr Aleksandrovich – – Academician of RAS, President, IMEMO (Moscow).

9. ZAGASHVILI Vladislav Stepanovich – Doctor of Economics, Head of Research Group, IMEMO (Moscow).

10. IVANOVA Natal'ya Ivanovna – Academician of RAS, First Deputy Director, IMEMO (Moscow).

11. KADOCHNIKOV Sergey Michailovich – Doctor of Economics, Director of Saint-Petersburg Affiliation of National Research University “Higher School of Economics” (Saint-Petersburg).

12. KAPELYUSHNIKOV Rostislav Isaakovich – Corresponding Member of RAS, Principal Researcher, IMEMO; Deputy Head of Center, National Research University “Higher School of Economics” (Moscow).

13. KIRICHENKO Elina Vsevolodovna – Cand. Sci. (Econ.), Head of Research Center, IMEMO (Moscow).

14. KOSOLAPOV Nikolai Alekseevich – Cand. Sci. (History), Head of Department, IMEMO (Moscow).

15. KRASIN Yurii Andreevich – Doctor of Philosophy, Head of Center, Institute of Sociology RAS (Moscow).

16. LARIN Victor Lavrent’evich – Corresponding Member of RAS, Director, Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of Far East, Far Eastern Division of RAS (Vladivostok).

17. LI YUNGQUAN – Doctor of History, Director, Institute of Russian, Eastern European and Central Asian Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) (PRC).

18. LIUHTO Kari – Professor Turku School of Economics, University of Turku (Finland).

19. MANGOTT Gerhard – Professor, University of Innsbruck (Austria).

20. MART’ANOV Viktor Sergeevich – Doctor of Philosophy, Deputy Director, Institute of Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of RAS (Ekaterinburg).

21. MALHOTRA Ajai – Distinguished Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute (New Delhi, India).

22. MOROZOVA Elena Vasil’evna – Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Department of Public Policy and Administration, Kuban’ State University (Krasnodar).

23. OBOLENSKII Vladimir Petrovich – Doctor of Economics, Head of Center, Institute of Economics RAS; Principal Researcher, IMEMO (Moscow).

24. OLEVSKY Grigorii Mikhailovich – Doctor of Economics, Professor, Latvian State University (Riga, Latvia)

25. ROSS Cameron – Reader in Politics and International Relations, University of Dundee (UK).

26. ROTFELD Adam Daniel – Professor, Institute of Interdisciplinary Research, Warsaw University, foreign member of RAS (Poland).

27. RYABOV Andrei Vilenovich – Cand. Sci. (History), Editor-in-Chief, “World Economy and International Relations” Journal (Moscow).

28. SHIMOTOMAI Nobuo – Professor, Hosei University (Tokyo, Japan).

29. STENT Angela – Professor, Georgetown University (USA).

30. TORKUNOV Anatolii Vasil'evich – Academician of RAS, Head, MGIMO (University) under RF Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Moscow).

31. FADEEVA Lyubov’ Aleksandrovna – Doctor of History, Professor, Head of Department of Political Science, Perm State National Research University (Perm).

32. FERDINAND Peter – Professor, University of Warwick (UK).

33. FENG SHAOLEI – Dean, Professor, School of International and Regional Studies, East China Pedagogical University (Shanghai, PRC)

34. KHUDOLEI Konstantin Konstaninovich – Doctor of History, Professor, Department of European Studies, Department of International Relations, Saint-Petersburg State University (Saint-Petersburg).

35. CHERNYSHOV Yurii Georgievich – Doctor of History, Professor, Head of Department of World History and International Relations, Altai State University (Barnaul).

36. CHUGROV Sergei Vladislavovich – Doctor of Sociology, Professor, Department of International Journalism, MGIMO (University) (Moscow).

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