Academic Director of the Institute for Financial Studies
Since 1992 Mr. Vavilov has been highly involved in Russia's economic policy. As the first Deputy Finance Minister from November 1992 to 1997, his responsibilities included working out and implementation of efficient macroeconomic policy, federal budgeting and liaising with international finance institutions such as International Monetary Fund and World Bank. During his tenure as first Deputy Finance Minister, Andrei Vavilov represented the Government at the Council of the Federation of Russia.
Andrei Vavilov has also contributed greatly to Russian society, being one of the founders of the public debt market in Russia; at first, just domestically with the GKO, and then further afield with Eurobonds. In his role as first Deputy Finance Minister, he handled the Russia’s first interaction with Eurobonds, as well as the Finance Ministry bonds. Upon leaving this position, he founded the Institute for Financial Studies.
In 1997, Andrei Vavilov became the President for the International Financial Company Bank, otherwise known as the MFK Bank, which is currently a Rosbank member and part of the Société Générale Group.
The Gazprom Board welcomed Andrei Vavilov as a financial advisor in 1998, and shortly after he became the lead Director on the Board of Directors at the Severnaya Neft company. In the year 2002, he was the representative for the Legislative Assembly at the Council of the Federation, in the region of Penza.
In 2007, he was appointed a Visiting Senior Scholar at Penn State University; in 2008, he became a co-Director for the Center for the Study of Auctions, Procurements and Competition Policy at Penn State (known as CAPCP), as well as holding the position of Scientific Advisor for the Center for Research on International Financial and Energy Security (CRIFES).
Andrei Vavilov held this position until 2010, where he took the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors for SuperOx, which has been in operation since 2006. SuperOx is a leading company globally, collating intellectual capital in the nanotechnology field, with a distinct focus on high temperature superconductivity. He has also been a member of the Commission for Modernisation and Technological Development of Russia’s Economy since 2010.
Andrei Vavilov is a successful researcher and author, having been published in more than 40 publications, such as Public Debt: Lessons from the Crisis and Principles of Management. His expertise in both public finance and public debt management, as well as his experience in public service, has enabled both Andrei Vavilov and the Institute for Financial Studies team to hone their research.
Credit-driven Asset Inflation and Intergenerational Wealth Transfers by G. Trofimov
"Credit-driven Asset Inflation and Intergenerational Wealth Transfers" article was published in Journal of Mac...
FINANCIAL MARKETS’ DIFFICULT PUZZLES
The article by G.Yu. Trofimov, IFI Chief Economist, Financial Markets’ Difficult Puzzles, devoted to the Noble Prize Win...
A. Vavilov became a member of the New Economic School Board of Directors.
In May 2013 Andrey Vavilov became a member of the New Economic School Board of Directors.
Europe-Asia Studies reviewed Andrey Vavilov's "The Russian Public Debt and Financial Meltdowns"
Europe-Asia Studies reviewed Andrey Vavilov's "The Russian Public Debt and Financial Meltdowns" in Vol. 65...
The Russian Public Debt and Financial Meltdowns
Journal of Economic Issues reviewed Andrey Vavilov's "The Russian Public Debt and Financial Meltdowns" in ...
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Russian arms exports taking a jump in 2009
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