Ваславский Ян Ильич

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Дата рождения: 

03.03.1983

к.полит.н.

Кафедра политической теории, доцент

Институт международных отношений и управления (School of Government and International Affairs), и.о. директора 

Родился 3 марта 1983 г. в городе Набережные Челны (тогда – Брежнев Татарской АССР).

В 2004 г. с отличием окончил Московский государственный лингвистический университет по специальности «Международные отношения». В 2001 г. стал победителем конкурса научных работ «XXI век: место и роль России в международном сообществе», проводившегося РАМИ.

В 2007 г. защитил диссертацию на соискание ученой степени кандидата политических наук на факультете политологии МГИМО(У) МИД России. Тема работы: «Конституционное оформление и развитие современных институтов и практик демократического правления (сравнительный анализ)».

С августа 2007 г. (в качестве аспиранта – с 2005 г.) по ноябрь 2009 г. работал в должностях преподавателя и старшего преподавателя Кафедры сравнительной политологии МГИМО(У). Участвовал в преподавании основных учебных курсов кафедры (в том числе курса «Сравнительная политология»), также разработал авторские курсы для студентов факультета политологии, в частности, «Эмпирическое исследование голосований в ГА ООН» и «Конституции стран мира и правовые системы современности».

С 2005 г. участвует в проекте «Политический атлас современности» в качестве соавтора и координатора.

С ноября 2009 г. является доцентом Кафедры политической теории. Участвует в преподавании основных учебных курсов кафедры (в том числе курсов «Теория политики», «ИТОМВ», «Основы политологии»). Для магистрантов факультетов политологии и международной журналистики разработал новые учебные курсы - «Нефть в мировой политике и экономике», «Технологии электронного правительства», «Информационное обеспечение деятельности органов государственной власти», «Основы делопроизводства и документооборота». Для иностранных студентов магистратуры МГИМО разработал курсы «Политический процесс в современной России», «Теория и практика социально-культурного проектирования в России», «Электронное правительство и управление», «Энергетическая дипломатия» (последний - в соавторстве).

В 2011 г. стал победителем конкурса на присуждение грантов для молодых преподавателей, проводимого Благотворительным фондом В. Потанина.

С января 2010 г. по ноябрь 2011 г. являлся заместителем руководителя Исполнительной дирекции Мирового политического (Ярославского) форума. В 2012 г. являлся программным директором Делового саммита АТЭС.

Является членом Правления Российской ассоциации политической науки, действительным членом Международной ассоциации политической науки и исполкома Исследовательского комитета №37 при Ассоциации (Комитет №37 исследует проблемы политического развития). От МГИМО(У) и Кафедры политической теории курирует совместный проект с Лондонской школой экономики и политической науки по изучению влияния наполеоновских войн на историю Европы.

Основные научные интересы: конституционализм, электронное правительство, ресурсный фактор в мировой политике, федерализм, партии и партийные системы, методика сравнительного и многомерного статистического анализа. На указанные темы по состоянию на 2010 год опубликовал монографий и научных публикаций общим объемом более 38 п.л.

Имеет опыт управления рекламными и PR-подразделениями в коммерческих организациях (в т.ч. планирования и бюджетирования, организации выставочных экспозиций и конференций, ведения переговоров и т.п.).

Владеет английским, французским и итальянским языками.


Yan Vaslavskiy



Date of birth: 1983/03/03
Place of birth: Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia
Scientific degree: PhD, Political Science
E-mail: y.vaslavskiy@inno.mgimo.ru

Education: Moscow State Linguistic University, graduated with distinction in 2004.

Current academic appointments: Associate Professor, Department of Political Theory, Faculty of Political Science, MGIMO University (Moscow, Russia), since April 2011.

Previous academic appointments:

•    Senior Lecturer on the Staff, Department of Political Theory, Faculty of Political Science, MGIMO University (2009-2011).
•    Senior Lecturer on the Staff, Department of Comparative Politics, Faculty of Political Science, MGIMO University (2007-2009).

Current administrative appointments:

•    Acting Director, School of Government and International Affairs, MGIMO University.

Previous administrative appointments:
•    Program Director of APEC CEO Summit 2012, March – September 2012.
•    Deputy Head of the Executive Directorate of Global Policy Forum, January 2010 – November 2011.
•    Deputy Head of Research Policy Department, MGIMO University, March-November 2009.

Teaching experience: from 2005. Current courses:
•    Theories of politics (main department course).
•    E-government and e-governance (own course).
•    Oil factor in the world politics and economy (own course).
•    Constitutions of the nations of the world (own course).
•    Communication strategies in government (own course).
•    Basics of document management (own course).
•    Political science (special course for IR Department of MGIMO-University).
•    Political process in contemporary Russia (own course in English for overseas MA students).
•    Theory and practice of socio-cultural institutional design in Russia (own course).
•    Energy diplomacy (in co-authorship; in English for overseas MA students).

Earlier courses:
•    Comparative politics (main department course; at the Department of Comparative Politics).
•    Empirical research of voting in the UN General Assembly (own course).
•    Political geography (together with prof. I.M. Busygina).
•    Regional political research (together with prof. I.M. Busygina).

•    Visiting fellow: University of Messina (Italy), July 2007.

Research fellowships:
•    London School of Economics and Political Science, May-June 2011 (library research).
•    JFK School of Government, Harvard University, September-October 2008 (library research).

Grants and Awards:
•    2011, Winner of grants contest for young academics, Vladimir Potanin Foundation.
•    2001, Winner of scientific publications contest, Russian International Studies Association.

Publications
Articles:
1.    Universal comparisons with the use of quantitative methods of analysis: a survey of precedents. – Polis. – 2006, No. 5. (Co-authors: M. Mironyuk, I. Timofeev).
2.    Structure and logic of index building in the project “Political Atlas of the Modern World”. – Political Science. – 2007, No. 3. (Co-authors: M. Ilyin, M. Mironyuk, E. Meleshkina, I. Timofeev).
3.    Analysis of political processes and constitutional procedures for the building of complex indices (on the example of the Index of institutional basis of democracy in the project “Political Atlas of the Modern World”). – Political Science. – 2007, No. 3.
4.    Political and economic system. Ensuring the economic security of Russia // Siberian Region, Central Asia and foreign countries: energy co-operation. – Moscow: East Brook, 2006.
5.    Bearers of sovereignty: analysis of constitutional documents // Collected articles of the Department of Comparative Politics, MGIMO University. – M.: MGIMO, 2007.
6.    Constitutional reforms and political regimes. - Political Science. – 2008, No. 4.

Books:
1.    Political Atlas of the Modern World. – Moscow: MGIMO, 2007 (Co-authors: A. Melville, M. Ilyin, E. Meleshkina, M. Mironyuk, Y. Polunin, I. Timofeev).
2.    Constitutional Conditions for Democracy: Comparative Analysis. – Moscow: MGIMO, 2008.
3.    How to measure and compare levels of democratic development in different countries? – Moscow: MGIMO, 2008 (Co-authors: A. Melville, M. Ilyin, E. Meleshkina, M. Mironyuk, I. Timofeev, O. Kharitonova, Yu. Polunin).
4.    Potential of international influence and efficiency of the Russian foreign policy in 2008 – early 2009. - Moscow: MGIMO, 2009 (Co-authors: A. Melville, N. Astashin, M. Ilyin, B. Makarenko, E. Meleshkina, M. Mironyuk, A. Nikitin, V. Sergeev, I. Timofeev).
5.    Political Atlas of the Modern World: Encyclopedia of Political Systems of Contemporary Nation-States. Volume 1: Europe (co-authours: A. Melville (ed.) et al.). – Moscow, 2010.
6.    Political Atlas of the Modern World: Encyclopedia of Political Systems of Contemporary Nation-States. Volume 2: Asia (co-authours: A. Melville (ed.) et al.). – Moscow, 2010.
7.    Political Atlas of the Modern World. (Co-authors: A. Melville, M. Ilyin, E. Meleshkina, M. Mironyuk, Y. Polunin, I. Timofeev). – London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
8.    Political Atlas of the Modern World: Encyclopedia of Political Systems of Contemporary Nation-States. Volume 3: America and Oceania (co-authours: A. Melville (ed.) et al.). – Moscow, 2012.

Major articles and commentaries in the media:
1.    History and geography. Silence, harmonious chorus, and the diversity of voices. – NG-Scenarios. – 2007. – September 25.
2.    Avtovaz mass layoffs could bankrupt entire city (commentary for a TV report). – Russia Today TV Channel. – 2009. – October 17.
3.    Commentary on FIAT and Sollers joint enterprise project. – Expert TV. – 2010. – February 9.
4.    Interview on the Preparatory Meeting of the 2010 Global Policy Forum, held in Tokyo on June 29, 2010. – Russia Today. – 2010. – June 30.
5.    Crosstalk Show on Russian Parliamentary Elections Results, studio guest. – Russia Today TV Channel. – 2011. – December 5.
6.    We’re not yet pressed enough for innovations. – Innovation Trends. – 2012. – Vol. 14. P. 9.
7.    Interview on the occasion of the first anniversary of the All-Russian United Front. – Rossiya-24 TV-Channel. – 2012. – May 5. - http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=788024.
8.    Comments on the occasion of the first anniversary of the All-Russian United Front. – TVC Channel (Russia). – 2012. – May 6.
9.    Comments on the occasion of appointment of Igor Kholmanskikh as Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Ural Federal District. – Rossiya-24 TV-Channel. – 2012. – May 18.
10.    100 days of Vladimir Putin in 2012: illusions and reality. – MK daily. – 2012. – August 14 (http://www.kp.ru/daily/25931/2880325).
11.    Comments on the introduction of Foreign Agent Law. – Vremya Program. Channel One. – 2012. – November 20.
12.    Putin’s Address to the Federal Assembly as a clear signal to elites and society. – www.vz.ru. – 2012. – December 12 (http://vz.ru/news/2012/12/12/611505.html).
13.    Effective term. – www.vz.ru. – 2013. – January 21 (http://vz.ru/opinions/2013/1/21/616782.html).
14.    Interview on the occasion of the launch of the first fully English-taught B.A. program in Government and International Affairs at MGIMO. – RT TV Channel. – 2013. – February 12.

Working papers and work in progress:
•    Political Atlas of the Modern World: Encyclopedia of Political Systems of Contemporary Nation-States (1 more volume on Africa to be published in 2013, co-authours: A. Melville, M. Ilyin, E. Meleshkina, M. Mironyuk, Y. Polunin, I. Timofeev).
•    Changes in Individual Membership of Legislatures during the Evolution of Electoral Systems in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe in the Post-Communist Period (to be published in 2010-2011, together with prof. O.V. Gaman-Golutvina).

Invited Seminars / Conferences:
•    Conference “Federalism and Ethnic diversity in the Russian Federation” with a report on the role of constitutional guarantees for democratic procedures in diverse societies. Moscow, Russia, 2008.
•    XXI IPA World Congress of Political Science, Santiago de Chile, July 12-16, 2009 with a paper “Failed States or Emerging Nations: A Comparative Analysis of New Forms of Stateness”.
•    “Security, Sovereignty, and Justice” with a report on non- and partially recognized states and territories. IPSA RC 37 workshop. Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 5, 2010.
•    Global Policy Forum. Yaroslavl, Russia, September 9-10, 2010.
•    “Whatever Happened to North-South?” with a paper “National Development: Economy, Democracy, and Security”. 1st Joint Conference held by IPSA and ECPR, Sao Paolo, Brazil, February 16-19, 2011.
•    Global Policy Forum. Yaroslavl, Russia, September 7-8, 2011.
•    “Rethinking Political Development: Multifaceted Role of Elites and Transforming Leadership” with a paper “The Role of Modern State in Improving the Quality of Life and Promoting Social Justice”. IPSA RC 37 & RC 2 joint workshop. Winter Park, Florida, USA, November 7-8, 2011.
•    XXII IPSA World Congress of Political Science, Madrid, July 8-12, 2012 with a paper “Discontent with the modern state and ways of improvement”.
•    1st Liberal Arts Conference at Texas A&M University at Qatar on “Ethical Engagement with Globalization, Citizenship, and Multiculturalism: Multidisciplinary Perspectives”, Doha, February 3-4, 2013 with a paper “Multiculturalism Is Not Dead: Positive Experience of Multicultural Society Management in Russia”.

Professional organizations membership:
•    Russian Political Science Association, Member of the Board (since 2010).
•    International Political Science Association (IPSA), from 2008. Russian representative on the Board of IPSA Research Committee #37 “Rethinking Political Development”.

Spheres of scientific interest:
•    e-government and e-governance;
•    governance and government decision-making;
•    oil and other resource factors in the world politics and economy;
•    constitutionalism;
•    institutional design;
•    federalism;
•    empirical research of voting in legislatures and UN General Assembly;
•    methodology of comparative and multidimensional statistical analysis.

Languages spoken: Russian (native), English, French, Italian.

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