Nina Poussenkova

Former  Scholar-in-Residence
Moscow Center
Nina Poussenkova is the chair of the Carnegie Moscow Center's Economics and Energy Policy Program.
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This person is no longer with the Carnegie Endowment.

- Moscow State University, Economics Department (1978–1983),Diploma in Economics 
- Institute for World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences  (1983–1986), Ph.D. in Economics;

Professional experience
- Chair of the Economics and Energy Policy program, Carnegie Moscow Center, Jul. 06 – present
- Senior Policy Advisor, Trade and Investment Program, WWF Russia, Feb. 06 – present
- Researcher, Senior Researcher, IMEMO, 1986 – present
- Associate Professor, Graduate School of Financial Management, the Academy of National Economy under the RF Government, Dec. 98 – Jan. 06
- Consultant, Lazard Freres et Cie, Nov. 96 – Nov. 97
- Consultant, Salomon Brothers, Aug. 95 – Nov. 96
- Manager, Center for Foreign Investment and Privatization, Jan. 92 – Aug. 95

Membership in expert councils
Member of the Scientific Steering Committee,  Industrial Transformation Project, International Human Dimensions Program of Global Environmental Change, Dec. 00 – Dec. 05 
- Member of the Advisory Board, Greening of Industry Network (GIN), Sep. 02 – present

Participation in research projects
- International project (FEEM, Vrie University of Amsterdam) “Carbon Flows between Eastern and Western Europe”, May 01 – Oct.03
- Project of James Baker Institute for Public Policy  “The Energy Dimension in Russia’s Global Strategy”, May 04 – Oct. 04
- Project of James Baker Institute for Public Policy “The Changing Role of National Oil Companies in International Energy Markets”, Dec. 05 – Mar. 07
- Project of Russian Petroleum Investor “Oil and Gas of the East of Russia”, Jul. 06 – May 07
- Project of the WWF “Russian Companies in the 21st Century: Towards Competitive Corporate Citizenship”, Feb. 06 – May 07

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