Scientific Director of the Master and PhD programmes in Economics, CEPR Research Fellow
Sergei Guriev joined the Department in 2013 and since 2019, he is the Scientific Director of Sciences Po's Master's and PhD programmes in economics. He is a Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and member of the Executive Committee of the International Economic Association. In 2016-19, he served as the Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Dr. Guriev’s research interests include contract theory, corporate governance, political economics and labour mobility. Dr. Guriev has published in international refereed journals including American Economic Review, Journal of European Economic Association, Journal of Economic Perspectives and American Political Science Review.
Prior to joining Sciences Po, Sergei GURIEV Dr. Guriev visited the Department of Economics at M.I.T. for a one-year post-doctoral placement in 1997-98, and in 2003-2004, the Department of Economics at Princeton University as a Visiting Assistant Professor. In 1999-2013, he was on the faculty of the New Economic School in Moscow, in 2004-13 being a tenured faculty member and Rector of the New Economic School.
Sergei GURIEV received his Dr. Sc. (habilitation degree) in Economics (2002) and PhD in Applied Math from the Russian Academy of Science (1994), and M.Sc. Summa Cum Laude from the Moscow Institute of Physics in Technology (1993).
Political Economy, Development Economics, Labour Mobility
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- Effect of Income on Trust: Evidence from the 2009 Economic Crisis in Russia
- How Do Regulated and Unregulated Labor Markets Respond to Shocks? Evidence from Immigrants During the Great Recession
- Gorbachev versus Deng: A Review of Chris Miller's 'The Struggle to Save the Soviet Economy'
- Happiness Convergence in Transition Countries
- The European Trust Crisis and the Rise of Populism
- War, Inflation, and Social Capital
- Duration and Term Structure of Trade Agreements
- Breaking Out of Poverty Traps
- The Economy of the People's Republic of China since 1953
- Political Origins and Implications of the Economic Crisis in Russia
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