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Chief Mamedyarov Zaur

Graduate students and researchers of IMEMO initiated the re-creation of the Council of Young Scientists and Specialists* in 2003 in order to enhance scientific communication and creative interaction between young researchers. Efforts of young professionals are focused on the study of interdisciplinary problems of the world economy and politics.

Board Members meet regularly to discuss the burning issues of world economy and international relations, also to exchange opinions on papers and monographs by the young scientists, and for round table discussions with the participation of leading specialists.

Annual Scientific Conferences conducted with the support of the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences gained particular importance for the Council. The conferences are popular among young scientists – economists, political scientists, historians, geographers, as well as graduate students not only from IMEMO, but also from other leading Moscow and regional research centers and universities. The Council established a creative interaction with young researchers from other institutions related to the Department of Global Issues and International Relations RAN, also with the Institute of Economics RAN, the Institute of World History RAN, Moscow State University, MGIMO (University), Ministry of Foreign Affairs RF, Nizhniy Novgorod University, Perm University, Yaroslavl University and other regional universities.

The follow-up to the conferences can be found in the Reports, published as part of the ongoing publication “World Development” by IMEMO. Find more on our web-site in “Publications”.

More than 20 young researchers and graduate students IMEMO are actively involved in the work of the Council. For all enquiries, please contact: (smuimemo@gmail.com)

  • on the issue "World Economy" please contact Zaur Mamedyarov - the chief of the Council, Head of the Sector for Economics of Science and Innovation, PhD (world economy);
  • on the issue "Political science and International Relations" please contact Maria Khorolskaya – the deputy chief of the Council, Research Fellow of the Department for European Political Studies, PhD (Politics);
  • on the issue "Regional Studies" please contact Alexey Davydov – the deputy chief of the Council, Research Fellow of the Center for Center for the Middle East Studies, PhD (Politics).

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Internships

The Internship at IMEMO is available for both Master students and Ph.D. students enrolled at universities of Russia and abroad. Internship at IMEMO allows you to gain valuable experience of analytical work on the issues of World economy and International Relations, to develop your skills and to grow your professional network.

In order to apply for an internship please send us to: smuimemo@gmail.com
1) your CV;
2) official paper from your university inquiring an internship at IMEMO for you, addressed to IMEMO Director Dr. Feodor Voitolovsky;
3) covering letter providing the following information:
a) the purpose of your internship; 
b) the field of your scientific interests/ the topic of your Master thesis or Ph.D. thesis;
c) the desired term of your internship.

Please note that IMEMO does not cover any expenses for the interns (e.g. accommodation or transport). Internship at IMEMO doesn’t require any fee. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us to: smuimemo@gmail.com

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