Ekaterina Zaklyazminskaya

Ekaterina Zaklyazminskaya

Lecturer
Post: Associate Professor
Academic credentials: Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Economics

  • zaklyazminskayaeo@mgpu.ru
  • +7 (495) 607-51-30

Research Profile

  • political, economic and legal linguistics
  • linguistic and cultural studies
  • economics and politics of modern China

 

Courses

Practical Course of Chinese
Practical Course of Cross-Cultural Communication (Chinese)

Period of Teaching and Research Service

7,5 years

Education and Degrees

Higher education:

  • specialist’s degree in Linguistics – translator in professional communication (Chinese)
  • specialist’s degree in Philosophy, (philosopher, teacher)
  • postgraduate degree in World Economy (Chinese Economy)
  • Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Economics (08.00.14 – World Economy) (Institute of the Far East of the Russian Academy of Sciences, May 20, 2019)

Major

08.00.14 World Economy

Total Period of Employment

8 years

Advanced Professional Training Certificates

Professional development programs:

  • advanced training, Second Beijing Institute of Foreign Languages (97 hours, 2021)
  • advanced training for Chinese languag teachers, Central University of Nationalities of China (112 hours, 2021)

Chinese language proficiency:

  • Chinese language HSK level 6 (certificate, 2021)
  • Business Vocabulary of the Chinese language BCT (certificate, 2013)
  • Taiwan certificate of knowledge of the Chinese language TOCFL (certificate, 2012)

Internship programs:

  • scientific internship under a grant from the Ministry of Education (China) at Sun Yat-sen University (Guangzhou, China) (2013-2014)
  • training internship under a grant from the Ministry of Education (China) at Heilongjiang University (Harbin, China) (2010-2011)

Selected Publications

Employment History

In 2020-2021, she completed professional retraining in “Translator in Professional Communication” at the Institute of Asian and African Countries at Moscow State University (Chinese), diploma with honors.

Since 2019, she is a researcher at the Center for Asia-Pacific Studies of the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations.

She regularly participates in international and Russian conferences on topical issues of the economy and politics of modern China.