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Vladimir Tyutyuryukov

Vladimir Tyutyuryukov,Candidate of Economic Sciences, CATRC                                              

Deputy Director, Assistant Professor of KIMEP

Vladimir began his career in 2002 as an assistant in the tax department of the largest Russian power company, dealing with the analysis of draft legislation, tax consulting of the subsidiaries and tax accounting.

 After graduating in 2004 he entered post-graduate Candidate of Economic Sciences program and joined the Faculty of Finance and Economics of the Russian State Tax Academy as a lecturer. After successfully defending his thesis for Candidate of Sciences degree in fall 2006, Vladimir joined the tax practice of a "Big 4" company in Russia, performing various tax projects for large Russian and international companies (mainly from the energy & resources industry), including tax review, tax and transfer pricing consulting regarding cross-border transactions, corporate restructuring and tax accounting, and he led in-house seminars and roundtables for clients.

 From January 2011 Vladimir teaches tax courses in KIMEP University, also co-leading Central Asian Tax Research Center.

 Vladimir has published more than 30 articles on tax and economics in Kazakhstan, Russia and abroad, some of them re-published in Russian law information systems; he is also author of a university textbook “International Standards of Audit” and co-author of several monographs. He regularly participates in the Russian, Kazakhstani and international conferences on taxation and is member of International Fiscal Association. He speaks Russian, English, French and Czech.

 Vladimir’s research interests are taxation in Kazakhstan and Customs Union, corporate taxation and transfer pricing.