Mikhail Pryadilnikov

Deputy Director, Analytic Center for the Russian Government

Currently serving as the deputy director for the Analytic Center for the Russian Government where he is responsible for policy support on regulatory management and inspection reform, regional development and national priority projects. Member of the Government sub-committee on reform of control and inspection functions. Head of the Center of Competence for Digital Government.

Previously served as the Director of the Department for Strategic Planning, Budget Programs and Investment Projects at the Ministry of Economic Development.

Prior to joining the Russian federal government, he worked for the Moscow city government as the Head of Economic policy and Development where he supervised such areas as procurement, tariff regulation, SME development and trade and retail. He also currently teaches public policy and public management graduate courses at the Russian Academy for Public Administration. Prior to joining public office, worked for the private sector and the World Bank on budgeting and governance agenda focusing on the Middle East and Eastern Europe & Central Asia.

Received his Ph.D training in government and political science from Harvard University in 2009, and masters in political science from Harvard in 2003.

Mikhail was a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, and a visiting lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Currently co-directing english language master level training program Master of Global Public Policy at the Russian Academy for the National Economy and Public Administration.