Partner, Public Sector Practice Leader
Specializes in issues of competitiveness, economic development and the state sector.
For 15 years Alexey has led a number of advisory engagements with focus on competitiveness, economic and social development, public and social sector productivity issues.He has worked with regional, city and federal government agencies, international organizations, leading business associations and private companies in Russia and abroad to work out strategies and programs for regional development, industrial clusters and individual sectors, strategies and programs to attract investment , development of industrial infrastructure and SEZ policy implementation of technology development and innovation, the development of the education sector, as well as to enhance the effectiveness of public administration and development of individual institutions .
In partnership with the Eurasia Competitiveness Institute under the national and international agenda of Strategy Partners Group Alexey is involved in development of various public projects including preparation of international and national reports, working out new approaches to competitiveness and effective public management.
Alexey is an advisor to a number of international companies such as: The World Bank (WB), The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Alexey was a board member of OPORA Russia and a member of expert board of Business Russia and Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI ). He coordinates the World Economic Forum (WEF) and Global Competitiveness Program in Russia. Alexey is a co-founder and a board member of The Global Federation of Competitiveness Council (GFCC).
Alexey graduated from the The Bauman Moscow State Technical University (diploma with honours) and holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Russian Academy of Public Administration under the President of Russian Federation. Participated in various professional education programs including - public administration at Harvard Business School, Maastricht University and the The World Bank Institute.