Dr. Vadim Grishin has been a Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs since August 2019. He has also been a visiting fellow at the CSIS, and since 2014 has taught a course of Political Economics at Georgetown University. Dr. Grishin has an extensive experience working with the Bretton Woods Institutions. He was the Board Member of the World Bank Group, served as Senior Adviser at the International Monetary Fund and as Consultant at the International Finance Corporation. He has been professionally involved in the field of economic diplomacy since the early 1990s.
His most recent publications: The Economic Factors in U.S.-Russian Relations (PONARS Eurasia, Policy Memos, July 11, 2021) and A New Stage in Russian Foreign Policy: War and Isolation (PONARS Eurasia Policy Memos, Feb. 28, 2022).
International Studies, Diplomacy, Political Science, Development Economics
European and Eurasian Affairs; U.S.-Russia Relations; New Phase of Globalization and Development; Authoritarianism in Latin America.
IAFF 6338, Course Section Number 13, CRN 61992 U.S.-Russia Relations in the 21 Century.
Dr. Grishin, who earned his PhD in social science, holds degrees from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and Russia’s Diplomatic Academy in Moscow.