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Tuerck Foundation Fellowship Award

“The advancement and diffusion of  knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty.”

-James Madison

The Tuerck Foundation is pleased to announce its first fellowship award to a promising young economist.   

 

Dr. Evgeny S. Vorotnikov obtained a two year post-doctoral fellow position, funded by the Tuerck Foundation, at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Applied Economics where he will work under the guidance of Dr. Morris M. Kleiner researching topics in occupational licensure, a field that has become of increasing importance in economics.  

Additionally, he will be a visiting scholar at the Carlson School of Management and the Minnesota Population Center.

 

Dr. Vorotnikov earned his Ph.D.in Economics in 2011 from Suffolk University in Boston.  He earned his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees, both with Highest Distinction (“Red Diploma”), from Moscow State University of Food Industry.

 

Dr. Vorotnikov has an outstanding record of scholarship in service of freedom and liberty. Past experience includes:

 

Publications include:

 

The Tuerck Foundation is both pleased and honored to be able to support the important work of Dr. Vorotnikov and, with your continued support, other promising young scholars.

 

Dr. Evgeny S. Vorotnikov

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