Vladislav Inozemtsev is a Russian academician who is the director of the Moscow-based Centre for Research on Post-Industrial Societies, a nonprofit think-tank. He is a professor and the chair at the Department of World Economy, Faculty of Public Governance, Moscow State Lomonosov University. Since November 2012, he has been chairman of the High Council of the Civilian Force, a Russian "center-liberal", pro-European political party. He authored Mikhail Prokhorov's presidential programme, when the candidate ran third to Putin in the March 2012 elections. He has been published in Foreign Affairs with Alexander Lebedev, and with Ivan Krastev and in Russia in Global Affairs with Ilya Ponomarev, with Vladimir Ryzhkov and with Yekaterina Kuznetsova.
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