Welcome Dr Vasilii Erokhin to International Journal of Trade and Policy

Dr Vasilii Erokhin
Associate Professor
School of Economics and Management, Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China


Biography & Research Interest

Welcome Dr Vasilii Erokhin to Join the Editorial Board of International Journal of Trade and Policy.

Organisational Skills and Competences
Over 15 years of international experience in the sphere of higher education and research in Europe (Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Great Britain, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary,
Romania, Bulgaria, CIS countries, etc.), Asia (China, Vietnam), North and South Americas (USA, Brazil), Middle East (Turkey, Israel, Iran), and Africa (Nigeria, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire). Working in the sphere of international relations, I have a good ability of effective and easy communication in various multinational environments. Vast experience of working and travelling aboard, living in foreign countries, working in international teams.

International projects:
1. TEMPUS Tacis JEP 23178-2002 “Internationalization of Economic Education at Stavropol State Agrarian University” (2003-2006). Network: University of Hohenheim (Germany), Wageningen University (the Netherlands). Scope: modernization of education in economics with implementation of foreign experience, academic internships abroad, acceptance of foreign academic staff, equipment of departments, establishment of the International Relations Office. Role in the project: coordination of collaboration with foreign partner universities, project reporting, visa and organizational support, organization of lectures and seminars with international teachers, translation and interpreting.
2. Tempus Tacis JEP-23199-2002 “Academic Network for Agricultural Extension in the Russian Federation” (2003-2005). Network: University of Hohenheim (Germany), Wageningen University (the
Netherlands) plus 11 Russian universities. Scope: development of the academic network for agricultural extension in the regions of Russia, establishment of departments for agricultural extension in the partner Russian universities. Role in the project: coordination of collaboration with foreign partner universities, project reporting, visa and organizational support, organization of lectures and seminars with international teachers, translation and interpreting.
3. “Distance learning in education: development of the consortium on regional distance learning for the specialists in high education and agribusiness in the South Russia” (2006-2008). Network:
University of Maryland (USA) plus four Russian universities. Scope: establishment of the consortium of partner universities in the South of Russia for distance learning in veterinarian medicine and agribusiness. Role in the project: coordination of consortium network and joint activities, organization of seminars, trainings and videoconferences, project reporting, translation and interpreting.
4. ERASMUS MUNDUS External Cooperation Window “International Academic Mobility Network with Russia” (2007-2012). Network: University of Hohenheim (Germany), University of Tuebingen (Germany), Wageningen University (the Netherlands), Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Czech Republic), Warsaw University of Life Sciences (Poland), University of Udine (Italy), BOKU (Austria), Sweden Agricultural University (Sweden) plus 12 Russian universities. Scope: establishment of the academic mobility network of students, postgraduates, academic staff, and researches between Russian and foreign universities. Role in the project: project coordination, organization of outgoing and incoming academic and research mobility (over 160 people), monitoring of mobilities and their results, establishment of the alumni network, financial reporting.
5. 159311-TEMPUS-IT-TEMPUS-JPCR “Network for Master Training in Technologies of Water Resources Management – NetWater” (2009-2013). Network: University of Genoa (Italy), Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (Slovakia), Middlesex University (UK) plus six Russian universities. Scope: establishment of the new master program in ecology and environmental management. Role in the project: project coordination, organization of outgoing and incoming academic and research internships, monitoring of mobilities and their results, organization of seminars, trainings and conferences, publishing of teaching materials and conference proceedings, financial reporting.
6. 159357-TEMPUS-DE-TEMPUS-JPHES “Vocational Training in Rural Development and Ecology – RUDECO” (2009-2012). Network: University of Hohenheim (Germany), Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra (Slovakia), Warsaw University of Life Sciences (Poland), University of Udine (Italy) plus 11 Russian universities. Scope: establishment of a vocational training system in the sector of ecology and rural development at the 11 agricultural universities in Russia enabling them to gain higher qualifications. Role in the project: project coordination, organization of outgoing and incoming academic and research internships, monitoring of mobilities and their results, organization of seminars, trainings and conferences, publishing of teaching materials and conference proceedings, financial reporting.
7. Joint MBA program in Agribusiness (2011-2012). Network: Wageningen University (the Netherlands), AGRIMBA. Scope: launch of the joint Russian-Dutch MBA program in Agribusiness under AGRIMBA network with the support of the Wageningen University. Role in the project: project development (budgeting, conclusion of agreement, development of program content, staffing, organization of interdepartmental communications), project coordination, organization of outgoing and incoming academic trainings, organization of seminars and trainings, translation and interpreting.
8. Double Degree MBA program in International Management (2013-2014). Network: SBS Swiss Business School (Switzerland). Scope: launch of the Double Degree Russian-Swiss MBA program in International Management. Role in the project: project development (budgeting, conclusion of agreement, development of program content, staffing, organization of interdepartmental communications), project coordination, organization of outgoing and incoming academic trainings, organization of seminars and trainings.
9. International Certification Program “US Professional Certificate in Business Administration” (2015- 2016). Network: Cambria Rowe Business College (USA). Scope: launch of the joint US-Russian
professional certification program in Business Administration. Role in the project: project development (budgeting, conclusion of agreement, promotion, enrollment of students), project  coordination

Teaching Skills and Competences
1. Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Czech Rep.). “International Trade” (2007)
2. International Visegrad Summer School (Slovakia, Russia). Lectures on Transition to Market Economies and Challenges of Trade Integration (2013)
3. Harbin Engineering University (China). “International Economics”, “International Marketing” (2017 – present).
Internships abroad:
1. University of Hohenheim, Germany (2004). “International Trade”.
2. Wageningen University, the Netherlands (2008). “International Trade Integration”.
Other roles abroad:
Invited Expert, Association of International Economics and Trade, Heilongjiang Province, China (2016 – present)


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