» Nurlan Serikovich Nuraliyev
Nurlan Serikovich Nuraliyev
PhD, Associate Professor
+7 (7172) 75 32 66


    PhD in Political Science and Economics (International Political Economy and Public Choice)

    Claremont Graduate University, USA, 2014

    MA in International Administration (International Security)

    University of Denver, USA, 2000

    Bachelor’s degree in economics

    Moscow International Institute of Econometrics, Informatics, Finance and Law, Russia, 2002

    Bachelor’s degree in international relations

    Kazakh State University of International Relations and World Languages named after Ablai Khan, Kazakhstan, 1998

Courses at NSPP, ID, IM:

    • Public Management (taught in Russian and English), spring 2018

    • Microeconomics and Public Policy (taught in Russian), fall 2018

    • Political Economy and Anti-Corruption (taught in English), fall 2018

    • Policy Analysis: Evaluation and Implementation (taught in English), spring 2019

    • Microeconomics and Public Policy (taught in English), fall 2019

    • Strategies of Professional Communications and Public Speaking in English (taught in English), fall 2019

Research Interests:

    • Social inequality and political stability

    • Migration


    • Nuraliyev, N. (2003). Central Asia in the Eyes of Foreign Experts. Kazakhstan and Modern World, No.3, 142-148.

    • Nuraliyev, N. (2001). Kazakhstan-United States Relations. In M. Ashimbayev (Eds.), Sovereign Kazakhstan at the Turn of the Millennium. Astana: Elorda. 234 pages.

    • Nuraliyev, N. (2001). The Problem of the Missile Defense System in Russia – United States Relations. Kazakhstan-Spectrum, No. 2, 22-29.

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