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Biography Vladimir Kachalin

Vladimir Kachalin graduated from the Moscow State University (Economic Faculty) in 1982 and received his kandidat nauk (Ph.D.) in economics in 1987.
Mr. Kachalin cooperates with the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences since 1985 in current position of senior research associate specializing in international antitrust economics and policies, international accounting and finance and project organization and performance.

In 1993-1995 Kachalin won 3 research scholarships in the US and Canada. He is an author of 35 publications and 4 books on international economics, antitrust law and international accounting. In 2002-2004 Mr. Kachalin acted as an advisor on antitrust issues to the Deputy Head of “Yabloko” fraction of the Lower Chamber of the RF Parliament and participated in the preparation of the Law “On electric power production in the RF.”

Since 2004 Mr. Kachalin works as an advisor to the Head of Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia. He is a co-author of the Law “On competition protection in the RF.” Mr. Kachalin has a track record in EU Tacis projects starting from 1993 and participated in 5 Tacis projects in capacity of expert, deputy team leader and team leader.