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Maksim Sokolov

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President  Vladimir Putin
Role  Politician
Name  Maksim Sokolov
Religion  Russian Orthodox
Preceded by  Igor Levitin

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Full Name  Maksim Yurevich Sokolov
Born  29 September 1968 (age 47) Saint Petersburg, Russia (1968-09-29)
Alma mater  Leningrad State University
Education  Saint Petersburg State University
Political party  Communist Party of the Soviet Union, United Russia
Similar People  Sergey Shoygu, Mintimer Shaimiev, Vladimir Lenin, Yury Luzhkov

Maksim Yurevich Sokolov (Russian: Максим Юрьевич Соколов, Maksim Yurevich Sokolov; born 29 September 1968) is a Russian economist and politician who is the current Minister for Transportation, since May 21, 2012.

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Education

  • Until 1991, he was a student at the Dept. of Economy and in Faculty of Law in the Leningrad State University (СПбГУ)
  • Professor in Higher School

    Sokolov was working between 1991 and 1993 as a Lecturer in the Faculty of Economy in History of Economy and Macro Economics studies.

    In 2008 he defended his doctoral thesis. According to examination made by Dissernet, this doctoral thesis contains gross undocumented plagiarism from two other doctoral theses.

    From 2011 Sokolov is a Professor and Chair of a Department in Higher Management School of Saint Petersburg State University.

    Business

    In 1992, he became Chairman of the "Rossi" Company, until 1999, and between 1999 and 2004 he was Chairman of "Corporation S", a company that builds elite homes in St Petersburg.

    Political career

    In 2004, he was working in the Administration of Saint Petersburg as Head of Committee for Strategic Projects of the Municipal government. In 2009, he was a member of the municipal government, as Chairman of Committee for Economic Development, Industrial policy and Trade.

    In 2009, he moved to Moscow and in December 4 in the same year he became the Director of Department for Industry and Infrastructures of the Government of Russia. In May 2012, he was appointed as Minister for Transportation in the Medvedev's Government.

    Personal life

    He is married and has three sons.

    Honours and awards

  • Medal of the Order "For Merit" 2nd class
  • References

    Maksim Sokolov Wikipedia


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