Institute of World Economy and International Relations

Institute of World Economy and International Relations
(1956; Moscow; 315 staff;

The Institute of World Economy and International Relations is a non-profit organization “which acts within the Charter of the Russian Academy of Sciences.” It’s mission is to elaborate a reliable analytical basis for political decision-making. Thus, it “cooperates with federal and regional government bodies, mass media, major public and private companies. In its research, IMEMO takes an independent and uncommitted position.”


Leadership: Alexander Alexandrovich Dynkin (President) &Voitolovsky Fedor Genrikhovich (Director)
Budget: RUB 90.2m (2003)

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