Evgeny Y. Vinokurov

Since 2018: Deputy Executive Director, Chief Economist of the Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development (EFSD, Moscow, Russia) Project Block. Job responsibilities include: analysis of global and regional economic trends; macro- and microeconomic analysis for Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan; development of partnerships with international financial organizations.

2011 - 2018: Director of the Center for Integration Studies of the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB, St. Petersburg, Russia). Having set up operations of the Center for Integration Studies, Dr. Vinokurov built up an extensive international network of experts on regional integration; published a series of 50 reports and prepared dozens of notes and briefs for ministries and presidential administrations of the EDB member states.

2006 - 2011: Positions held in the EDB Strategy and Research Department (Almaty, Kazakhstan): Senior Analyst, Head of the Economic Research Unit, Deputy Head of the Department). Dr. Vinokurov was in charge of the economic and strategic assessment of investment projects, strategic planning, macroeconomic analysis of the Bank’s member states, sectoral analysis and technical aspects of activities of the Department. Member of the EDB Credit Committee, Technical Assistance Committee and Capacity Development Committee.

2001 - 2006: Analyst, expert, invited fellow in various organizations in Russia, Germany, France, Belgium, and China. Participated in short- and medium-term projects in the field of economic development, area development, macroeconomic analysis, and regional integration under the auspices of CEPS, University of Jena, Dalian Association of International Economic Cooperation, University of Leuven, etc.                                              

In 1998: Graduated from Kaliningrad State University. In 1999 was awarded a Master's Degree at the University of Göttingen, in 2007 - PhD in economics at the University of Grenoble II, in 2008 - Degree of Doctor of Economics at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (Moscow).

Authored and co-authored ca. 120 publications.

Married, one child.