2013

On February 15, 2014 during the annual conference of the Leontief Readings the Award Ceremony of the International Leontief Medal "For Contribution to Economic Reforms“ was held in the Mikhailovsky Castle. Laureates in 2013 become Sergei Ignatiev, the chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (2002-2013) , Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Sberbank, Advisor to the Chairman and member of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation and Vaclav Klaus, President of the Chech Republic (2003-2013), founder and director of the Vaclav Klaus Institute, honored collaborator of the Cato Institute, a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.

LEONTIEF MEDAL LAUREATES 2013

Sergei Ignatiev

Václav Klaus

The ceremony of Rewarding was opened by Irina Karelina, ICSER Leontief Centre Director-General, with the presentation about the history of creation of the International Leontief medal for “Contribution to Economic Reforms” and ceremonies of rewarding.


Welcoming speeches have made:

  • Sergey Vasiliev, Council of Federation, Committee on Financial Markets and Currency Circulation, Chairman; ICSER Leontief Centre, Chairman of Academic Board

 

Moderators of the ceremony were:

  • Sergey Vasiliev, Council of Federation, Committee on Financial Markets and Currency Circulation, Chairman; ICSER Leontief Centre, Chairman of Academic Board
  • Irina Eliseeva, Corresponding Member of RAS, Director of the Institute of Sociology RAS, a member of the Public Committee for awarding at Leontief Centre, Leontief medal laureate "For Contribution to Economic Reforms" (2003)
  • Andrey Zaostrovtsev, the leading researcher of ICSER "Leontief Centre", professor of institutional economics in the National Research University "Higher School of Economics", a member of the Public Committee for awarding at Leontief Centre

Rewarding Laureates 2013 with the International Leontief Medal “For Contribution to Economic Reforms” and  reports of the medal laureates took place after completion of the speech:

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