Dr. Vadim Grishin
Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University
Dr. Vadim Grishin, holds a Ph.D. in Social Science and a MBA from The McDonough School of Business in Georgetown University. After the collapse of the USSR, he has been involved in reform process in Russia as Advisor to the Deputy Prime-Minister of the Russian Federation in 1992-1993 and in 2006-2009.
Dr. Grishin has an extensive experience working with the Bretton Woods Institutions. He was the Executive Director and the Board Member of the World Bank Group from 2010 to 2014. Currently, he serves as Senior Adviser at the International Monetary Fund and teaches the course of Economics of Transition at Georgetown University.