As an expert Yury Zaytsev was involved in such projects as the UK DFID-funded “Sharing Responsibility for Development: Learning from Experience to Achieve Results”, the EU-funded “Transnational Cooperation among NCPs for International Cooperation”, “G8/G20 commitments compliance assessment” with the University of Toronto, the World Bank-financed “Russia as a Donor Initiative”, Growing Business at Emerging Markets with CISCO Entrepreneur Institute. He was also a participant of the DSLP Teaching & Learning Visiting Fellowship programme in 2013, implemented by the Institute of Development Studies at the Sussex University (Brighton, UK). His expertise covers macroeconomic regulation; global economic governance; international investments; international development assistance and cooperation.


Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft (Berlin, Germany)

2020-2022 MA in International and Development Economics



World Bank

2011 - 2020 Consultant

Key responsibilities: preparation of analytical and teaching materials (tool-kit) on topics related to aid management and macroeconomic implications of aid programs, development finance impact assessment; analysis of the investment climate factors/ effectiveness of foreign direct investments/ CSR projects; analysis of economic and social sectors (aircraft, pharmaceutical industry, high technologies for energy conservation, health systems); M&E system development for IDA programs and projects. Main projects: Regional and national experience of IDA management, IDA M&E systems, Impact evaluation, Hydrogen systems development. Main Customers: Eurasian economic commission, European Commission, UK DFID.