Vladimir Kvint

Vladimir Kvint is an economist and strategist, and President of the International Academy of Emerging Markets.wikipedia
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Emerging market

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In the late 1980s he came up with the theory of regional and global emerging markets.
While researchers including, George Haley, Vladimir Kvint, Hernando de Soto, Usha Haley, and several professors from Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management have described activity in countries such as India and China, how a market emerges is little understood.

Norilsk

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Then he moved to Norilsk, the northernmost city in the world, located 1,000 miles above the Arctic Circle.

International N. D. Kondratiev Foundation

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In 2010 he received International Award - Gold Kondratiev Medal, issuing once in three years "For Achievements in Social Studies" by the International N. D. Kondratieff Foundation and the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RAEN).

Economist

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Vladimir Kvint is an economist and strategist, and President of the International Academy of Emerging Markets.

Strategist

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Vladimir Kvint is an economist and strategist, and President of the International Academy of Emerging Markets.

Shanghai University

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In 2019-2021 Dr. Kvint is a Visiting Professor at Department of Economics of Shanghai University.

World Academy of Art and Science

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In 2010 Kvint was elected as a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science.

Fordham University

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He is a U.S. Fulbright Scholar and has been a professor at Fordham, New York University, and American University and Adjunct Professor of La Salle University as well as Babson College.

New York University

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He is a U.S. Fulbright Scholar and has been a professor at Fordham, New York University, and American University and Adjunct Professor of La Salle University as well as Babson College.

American University

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He is a U.S. Fulbright Scholar and has been a professor at Fordham, New York University, and American University and Adjunct Professor of La Salle University as well as Babson College.

La Salle University

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He is a U.S. Fulbright Scholar and has been a professor at Fordham, New York University, and American University and Adjunct Professor of La Salle University as well as Babson College.

Babson College

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He is a U.S. Fulbright Scholar and has been a professor at Fordham, New York University, and American University and Adjunct Professor of La Salle University as well as Babson College.

Moscow State University

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In parallel, since 2007, he has been the Chair of the Department of Financial Strategy at the Moscow School of Economics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University.

RMJM

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He was a consultant at architectural and planning company RMJM, and was Director for Emerging Markets at Arthur Andersen in NYC.

Harvard Business Review

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Kvint's work appeared in The New York Times and Harvard Business Review, among others.

Forbes

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He has been a contributor to Forbes magazine in which he published his most profound forecast on February 5, 1990, predicting the exact year - 1991 - of the fall of the Soviet Union.

Soviet Union

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He has been a contributor to Forbes magazine in which he published his most profound forecast on February 5, 1990, predicting the exact year - 1991 - of the fall of the Soviet Union.

Krasnoyarsk

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Vladimir Kvint was born in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia into a family of engineers.

Arctic Circle

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Then he moved to Norilsk, the northernmost city in the world, located 1,000 miles above the Arctic Circle.

Nornickel

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He founded and was Chief of the Department of Organization Management at the Norilsk Mining –Metallurgical Concern, later renamed MMC Norilsk Nickel, which was the largest Russian enterprise (150,000 employees) and still the largest producer worldwide of nickel, cobalt, platinum, palladium and osmium.

Non-ferrous metal

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In 1976, Kvint was promoted to the position of deputy director general and deputy chairman of "SibTsvemetAutomatica", a scientific-technological company, which automated the non-ferrous metals industry throughout the former U.S.S.R.[4].

Economics

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Under Kvint's economic strategy, this company became one of the first self-sufficient firms in the U.S.S.R. despite the Soviet command planning system.

Precious metal

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In addition, he was Chief of the Forecasting Economics Laboratory of the Non-ferrous Metals and Gold Industry, and prepared strategies and forecasts for the non-ferrous and precious metals and diamond industries.

Academy of sciences

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In 1978, he was invited to join the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, and was elected as the Chief of the Department of Regional Problems of Scientific-Technological Progress at the Institute of Economy and Industrial Organization of the Siberian Branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences.