Tatiana Maleva — Director of Social Analysis and Forecasting Institute, RANEPA
PhD in Economics (1991), Master of Business Administration (2005). Graduated from Moscow State University in 1979.
Starting from 2013: Director, Institute for Social Analysis and Forecasting under the Russian presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
2012-2013 – Director, Institute of Humanitarian Development of the Megapolis.
2002-2012 – Director, Independent Institute for Social Policy.
2012 – Member, the President of the Russian Federation’ Economic Council; Head of the Working Group for Human Capital and Social Policy.
2011-2012 – Head of Expert Group for Proposals on the Problems of Russia’s Social and Economic Strategy until 2020 (Strategy 2020) (Group 3: Pension Reform).
2008-2012 – Member, Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights.
Awards: Order of Friendship (2017), Order of Honor (2012), Medal of the Association of Independent Centers for Economics Analysis for achievements in economic analysis (2014), Medal of the Federal State Statistics Service for achievements of Russia’s 2010 census (2012), International Leontief Award for contribution to Economic Reforms (2010).
Published over 120 research papers.