"What kind of capitalism does Russia need?" - Chairman of the National Institute of Development

Sergey Glazyev
State Duma Deputy
External Economic Relations Minister 1992-1993

1961 - born in Ukraine
1983 - graduates, Moscow State University
1986 - receives Masters Degree, Central Institute of Economy and Mathematics, USSR Academy Of Sciences
1990 - receives PhD in economics, Central Institute of Economy and Mathematics, USSR Academy of Sciences
1991 - First Deputy Minister of External Economic Relations
1992 - External Economic Relations Minister of The Russian Federation
1994 - Member, Communist Party, State Duma
1996 - Head, Economic Security Department, Federation Council of Russia
1996 - Head, Analytical Department, Federation Council of Russia
2000 - Corresponding Member, Russian Academy of Sciences
2003 - Co-Founder, Homeland Political Party
2004 - Runs for Russian Presidency
2004 - Head, 'For a Decent Life' Public Organization

Recently, President Putin said that state capitalism is not going to be developed, but the government will continue to support certain fundamental economic spheres. He also added that it isn't reasonable for state corporations to operate in their original form. To discuss Russia's economic programme, we have invited to our studio an economist Sergey Glazyev - Chairman of the National Institute of Development who headed the Russian International Economic Relations Ministry in the early 90’s.