Sergey Myasoedov graduated (1977) and got his PhD in Economics (1980) at the Moscow University of International Relations (MGIMO). He studied at Durham Business School, Great Britain (1991); Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, USA (1992), and Harvard Business School, USA (1993). In 2000, he got his second PhD in Sociology at the Moscow State University.
Since 2011, he is Vice-Rector of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), the biggest Russian University with more than 200,000 students and 58 campuses. Since 1996, Dean of IBS-Moscow, the leading management school of Russia, the only Russian business school accredited by AACSB (2019). Since 2010, President of RABE (Russian Association on Business Education), Deputy Chair of the National Independent agency for business and management programs assessment, and Chair of Expert Council on National management educational reform of the Russian Government.
Sergey participated on a volunteer basis in the activities and was a Board member of several international educational associations and business schools:
- ETS (GRE, TOEFL): 2015 – 2017;
- Antwerp School of management, Belgium: 2013 – Present;
- Central and Eastern Europe management association (CEEMAN): 2010 – Present;
- EMEA AACSB International: 2015 – 2018 and was the Chairman of the European Advisory Council (EAC EMEA) in 2017;
- International Board of Directors of AACSB International: 2017 – Present.
He published 9 research and text-books and more than 150 articles, conference presentations and interviews in the field of cross-cultural management, leadership; business and management education in Russia and the world; economic reforms in Russia and emerging economies. He teaches cross-cultural management and leadership trainings at IBS RANEPA and several leading business schools of Russia (Master-classes). He has experience in teaching at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive-retraining programs as a visiting professor at several foreign business schools and training centers.