Biography of Sergey GlazyevSergey Y. Glazyev - Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation on Regional Economic Integration, has a doctorate in economics, is one of the RAS academicians.
Presidential Adviser, Doctor of Economic Sciences Sergey Glazyev
The early years of Sergei Glazyev. Education and ResearchA Russian politician was born with Ukrainian roots in the glorious city of Zaporozhye, in the family of a master and design engineer of the Zaporizhstal plant. Sergey Yuryevich spent all his childhood in Zaporizhia, studied at the only Ukrainian-language school in Zaporizhzhya, No. 31. He studied well and, according to teachers, had an excellent memory.
In 1978, Sergei Glazyev set out to conquer the capital of Russia, enrolling in the chemical faculty of Moscow State University. However, after the third year, the young man realized that he had made a wrong choice and transferred to the economics department, which he ended up with honors.
However, this was not the end of Sergei Glazyev’s scientific work - after graduating from Moscow State University, he entered the postgraduate school of the Central Economics and Mathematics Institute (CEMI), in 1986 he defended his thesisat the same time holding the position of junior researcher at the institute. 4 years later, Glazyev received his doctorate, thus becoming the youngest doctor of science in the USSR - at that time he was 29 years old.
Of course, Sergey Yuryevich's outstanding intellectual abilities contributed to his career growth, but many people explain this rapid rise by close contact with the master of economics, academician Dmitry Lvov, who was the scientific director of a talented young economist at the university, served as deputy director, and subsequently director at CEMI.
In 1999, Sergei Yuryevich was awarded the title of professor. In 2000, Glazyev became a correspondent for the Russian Academy of Sciences, and in 2008 - an academician. Sergey Glazyev’s scientific track record includes about two hundred economic articles and monographs. Among the latter are a report on the modernization of the national economy as the main direction of anti-crisis measures, a monograph analyzing the process of the emergence of a new technological order in global technical and economic development, and a number of works related to the development of an anti-crisis policy.
Political career of Sergey GlazyevIn 1987, Sergei Glazyev began attending seminars for young economists at Snake Hill, under the direction of Yegor Gaidar and Anatoly Chubais. His abilities were marked by the leadership of the "club", and in 1989 he was appointed deputy director at the International Center for the Study of Economic Reforms, established by the British Center for the Study of Communist Economics.
Sergey Glazyev in his youth (in the photo on the right)
A year later, Peter Aven left the government, and Sergei Glazyev took his place, but six months later, in September 1993, he resigned with the phrase "disagreement with the" unconstitutional actions "of the president," Boris Yeltsin.
However, in 1994, Sergei Yuryevich returned to “big politics” by running for deputies of the State Duma of the first convocation on the lists of the “Democratic Party of Russia” and taking the chair in the Economic Policy Committee.In 1996, he was appointed one of the leaders of the staff of the Security Council of Russia, and at the same time worked as head of the information and analytical department of the staff of the Council of Federation of the Russian Federation. In 2000, Glazyev became a deputy of the State Duma of the III convocation. From November 2002 he worked in the Loan Committee.
Speech by Sergey Glazyev at the All-Russian Business Forum (2014)
Sergey Glazyev: “I will return stolen wealth to Krasnodar Krai”
From 2004 to 2007, Glazyev was a deputy of the State Duma of the IV convocation, was a member of the Committee for Health Protection and the Committee for Budget and Taxes.
In 2004, Glazyev took part in the presidential election as a self-nominee. According to the results of the vote, he gained 4.1% of the vote, lost only to Nikolai Kharitonov (13.69%) and Vladimir Putin (71.31%).
In 2004, Sergei Glazyev ran for president
Since 2009, Sergei Glazyev was the curator of the Customs Union
The personal life of Sergei GlazyevSergey Glazyev is married, the couple have raised two children. The Glazyev family lives in Moscow.
Sergey Glazyev and his wife Olga
Sergey Glazyev and his eldest son Yuri
Sergey Glazyev - politician todayIn 2016, Sergey Glazyev served as adviser to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin on regional economic integration, and also served on the National Financial Council of the Bank of Russia.
Sergey Glazyev: “What awaits us by the end of 2016?”