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Mark J. Levin

Principal researcher, Doctor of Sciences in Economics
E-mail: mlevin (at) mail.ru

Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DATA

Date of birth: August 12, 1945
Place of birth: Moscow
Citizenship: Russian Federation

EDUCATION

1995 Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation
Doctor of Sciences in Economics

1975 Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Academy of Sciences of the USSR
Candidate of Sciences in Systems Analysis and Operations Research

1972 Department of Mechanics and Mathematics, Moscow State University
MSc in Mathematics

1968 Department of Electronics and Computer Science, Moscow Oil and Gas Institute
MSc in Electronics Engineering

FIELDS OF INTEREST

Microeconomics, Economics of Corruption and Lobbying, Economics of Transition, Econometrics, Data Mining in Economics and Social Sciences

POSITIONS HELD

2001-present State University - The Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Division of Microeconomics
Professor and Head

1989-present Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation
Laboratory of Mathematical Economics
Senior Research Fellow

1996-1997 Administration of the President of Russia
Consultant in Economics and Anti-Corruption Policy

1983-1989 National Institute for Economics of Research & Development, Moscow
Leading Research Associate

1973-1983 National Institute of Automation in Metallurgy, Moscow
Senior Research Associate

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2006 (Autumn Term) Department of Economics, University Paris-1, Sorbonne, France
Visiting Professor
Course taught: Economics of Corruption

2002-2006 (Spring Term) Department of Economics, University of Haifa, Israel
Visiting Professor
Courses taught: Advanced Econometrics, Economics of Transition

1996-present (part-time before 2001) Department of Mathematical Economics and Econometrics, State University - The Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Professor
Courses taught: Microeconomics, Economics of Corruption and Lobbying, Industrial Organisation, Applied Microeconomics, Family Economics

1992-present (part-time) New Economic School, Moscow
Professor
Courses taught: Topics in Mathematics for Economics, Economics of Corruption, Mathematical Programming and Optimal Control

1975-1992 (part-time) Department of Information Technology and Economics, Moscow Technical University of Steel and Alloys
Assistant Professor, Associate Professor (since 1986)
Courses taught: Mathematical Programming and Optimal Control Theory, Data Analysis and Data Mining

LONG-TERM WORKING VISITS

1998 (6 months) National Research Centre, Institute for Applied Mathematical Methods in Economics (CEPREMAP), Paris, France
Research subject: Transition Economics and Research & Development in Russia (EC project Copernicus)

1997-1998 (3 months) Centre for World Food Studies, Free University (SOW - VU), Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Research subject: Statistical Analysis of the Development of the Agriculture in FSU Caucasian States

1995 (5 months) The Maurice Falk Institute For Economic Research in Israel, Jerusalem, Israel
Research subject: Econometric Models for Absorption of New Immigrants in Israel

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

CEMI RAS 2009