Mikhail Delyagin
Russian Federation
Founder and Director, Institute of Globalization Problems (IPROG); Publisher of “Free Thought” magazine.

Member, Council on Foreign and Defense policy; Member,Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Ph.D in economics.

Previous positions: Analyst, Boris Yeltsin Group of experts (1990–1996); Chief Analytic, Analytic control center of the President of Russia (1994–1996); Adviser to the First Vice-Premier Boris Nemtsov (1997–1998); Adviser to the First Vice-Premier Yuri Maslyukov (1998–1999); Adviser, Assistant to the Chairman of Coordination Council of election block Motherland-All Russia, Yevgeny Primakov (1999–2002); Assistantto Mikhail Kasyanov, Prime Minister of Russia (2002–2003); Chairman of Presidium (2002–2005), Institute of Globalization problems (IPROG); Professor Emeritus (2000), Jilin university (China).

Research interests: macroeconomy, applied political science, global governance.

Author of more than 1000 articles and 13 monographs.

Selected publications: Mankind Crisis. Whether Russia in a non-Russian distemper will survive? (2010); Mankind drive (2008); Russia after Putin. Is Orange-Green Revolution Inevitable in Russia? (2005); World Crisis. General theory of Globalization (2003); Economy of Non-payments (1997).