Natalia Galistcheva

Natalia Galistcheva

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Educations and Degrees:
1992 — 1996: The Moscow State Institute of International Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (MGIMO — University) (Faculty of International Economic Relations)
1999 — 2001: Postgraduate Study, MGIMO — University (Department of World Economy)
December, 1996 — Diploma of Specialist in International Economic Relations, MGIMO — University (Diploma with Honour)
December, 2001 — Ph.D. (Economics) (Field of research — «The Indian Tax System during Liberal Economic Reforms»)
May, 2013 — Doctor of science (Economics) — «The Indian External Economic Policy during Liberal Economic Reforms»)

Employment Record:
1996 — 1999: The Consulate General of the Russian Federation in India (Mumbai)
2002 — 2004: Lecturer / Senior Lecturer at Department of World Economy, MGIMO (University)
2004 — 2007: The Embassy of the Russian Federation in Bangladesh (Dhaka)
2007 — 2014: Associate Professor at the Department of World Economy, MGIMO (University)
2014-2016: Professor at the Department of World Economy, MGIMO (University)
Since October 2016: Head of World Economy Department, MGIMO

Grants and Awards:
2008/2009 studying year: Special Grant from «The Stroytransgaz» — the leading Russian Company in Power Grid Construction Sector — for the young intellectually gifted Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor of State Universities of Russia.

Main Lecture Courses:
The World Economy, The Economy of the South Asian Countries, The Economy of the CIS-countries, The National Innovation Systems.

Research Interests: 

The Economy of the South Asian Countries.

Knowledge of foreign languages — English, German, French.

Hobby:
Playing the piano, classical ballet, reading books, travelling.

Address to which correspondence should be sent — MGIMO (University), the Department of World Economy, prosp. Vernadskogo 76, Moscow, 1174544; telephone — +7 495 229-41-74, e-mail: galistcheva@yandex.ru

Publications:
Author of about 50 scientific publications and books.
Books:

  1. Reforms of Indian Tax System and its Influence on the Dynamics of Liberalization Process in the Country. — Perm, Real Publication. — 2003.
  2. Economic Geography in Schemes and Tables. — Moscow, Prospect Publication. — 2005. (in co-authorship with Associate Professor Elena B.Zavialova ).
  3. The Economy of the South Asian Countries. — Moscow, MGIMO (University) Publication. — 2009.
  4. Indian Economy. — Moscow, MGIMO (University) Publication. — 2009. (in co-authorship with Professor Alexander I.Medovoy).
  5. India in the World Economy: International Economic Ties and External Economic Policy. — Moscow, Buki Vedi, 2013.

Book Chapters:

  1. Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri-Lanka //World Economy: ed. Prof. Alexander S.Bulatov. — second edition.-Moscow: Economist, 2007.
  2. Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri-Lanka, The Chagos Archipelago // Countries and Regions of the World: Reference book: ed. Prof. Alexander S.Bulatov. — third edition. — Moscow: Prospect.-2009.

Articles:

  1. Direct Taxes in India. — Finances (Finansy). — 2001. — №8.
  2. Indirect Taxes in India. Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2001. — №38-39, №41.
  3. Indian Banking System. — The Banking (Bankovskoje Delo). — 2003. — №6.
  4. Indian Foreign Trade. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2003. — № 53, № 54.
  5. India: Attraction of Capital from Indian Diaspora to the Economy. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2003. — №64, № 65.
  6. The Trade-Economic Relations between Russia and India. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2003. — № 70, №71.
  7. The Features of Indian Integration in the Contemporary World Economy. — in Abstracts of Students’ Scientific and Practical Conference «Contemporary World Economic Crises». — Moscow State Institute of International Relations. — 2003.
  8. Indian Diaspora: the Role and Importance of its Investment to the Economy. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2003. — №125, № 26.
  9. The Development of Information Technology System in India. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2004. — №11-12.
  10. Bangladesh Economy: The Importance of External Factors of Development. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2004. — №59.
  11. The Tax System of Bangladesh. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2004. — №89.
  12. The Economy and External Economic Ties of Sri-Lanka. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2004. — №78.
  13. The Trade — Economic Relations between Russia and Bangladesh. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2006. — №104.
  14. Nepalese Economy: the Importance of External Factors of Development. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2006. — №108-109.
  15. The Importance of Labor Force Export for the Developing Countries (the Bangladesh Example). — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2006. — №119, №120.
  16. External Economic Ties of Nepal. — Bulletin of Foreign Commercial Information. — 2006. — №140, №141.
  17. Indian Money Market. — World and National Economy. — 2008. — №2 (5).
  18. External Factors of Pakistan’s Economy Development. — World and National Economy. — 2008. — №3 (6).
  19. The Economic Relations between Russia and Pakistan. — World and National Economy. — 2009. — №1 (8).
  20. The South Asian Vector of Indian Foreign Economic Policy. — World and National Economy. — 2010. — №1 (12).
  21. Indian Diaspora: the Ties with the Motherland Remain. — Asia and Africa Today. — 2010. — №9.
  22. SAARC: Whether the Association to be the Engine of the South Asian Economies? — Asia and Africa Today. — 2010. — №11.
  23. Total Priority Sector Advances (Indian Banking System). — The Direct Investments. — 2010. — №12.
  24. Indian Aid to the South Asian and South East Asian Countries. — Vestnik MGIMO. — 2011. — №4(19).
  25. Contemporary External Economic Strategy of India: «South — South» Cooperation. — Vestnik MGIMO. — 2011. — №5(20).
  26. India is a New Financial Donor. — Asia and Africa Today. — 2011. — №8.
  27. Export of Indian Direct Investments. — Asia and Africa Today. — 2011. — №11.
  28. Why is India Attractive to Foreign Investors? — — Asia and Africa Today. — 2012. — №1.
  29. Indian External Trade in 1950 — 2000. — Vestnik MGIMO. — 2012. — № 1(22).
  30. Deposits of Diaspora is another Engine of Indian Economy. — Asia and Africa Today. — 2012. — №7.
  31. India’s External Debt. — Vestnik MGIMO. — 2012. — № (26).
  32. Indian Model of International Competitiveness: the Competitive Pyramid. — World and National Economy. — 2012. — №4 (23).
  33. India’s Positions in the International Export of Services. — Asia and Africa Today. — 2013. — №2-3.
  34. «Delhi consensus» — the Indian model of liberal reforms. — Asia and Africa Today. — 2014. — №3.